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Published: 12/04/2014
Winter 2014

Undergraduate

Undergraduate Accomplishments

Phi Beta Kappa

Students invited during fall quarter to join Phi Beta Kappa are:  Natali Coronel, Hannah Davich, Meyer Gorelick, Alex Kale, Mitchell Krawczyk, Shu Ying Sharon Lo, Carol Nishikawa, Leah Ogier, Yingxue Rao, Lauren Selby, Victoria Slaven, Kelsey Wallach, Mitchell Walton, Jasmine Yip, and Vera Zaytsev.  Congratulations to all of them!

 

The 2014 Guthrie Prize Winners

Adair Cardon and Alex M. Kale are the winners of the 2014 Guthrie Prize.

Adair's paper, "Copy Number Variants, Gender, and Perinatal Complications within Autism Spectrum Disorder," was sponsored by Raphael Bernier, Ph.D., and won in the Best Empirical Paper category.  Alex's paper, "Evaluating the Empirical Basis for Claims that Trichromacy in Primates is Adaptive," was sponsored by Steven Buck, Ph.D., and won in the Best Literature Review or Conceptual Paper category. 

Named for the late UW Psychology professor Edwin R. Guthrie, the Guthrie Prize is a high honor for any undergraduate student.  The prize was established to encourage excellent writing about psychology that is broad in scope and accessible to the non-specialist.

Congratulations to Adair and Alex!

 

Martin Honors Scholar

Claudia Linares is a Martin Honors Scholar.  Claudia began her studies here this fall quarter after transferring from Highline Community College.  The Martin Family Foundation Honors Scholarship Program enables Washington community college students of exceptional ability and outstanding achievement to complete their undergraduate degrees at the University of Washington Seattle campus. Read more about Claudia here.