- Jenna Rindy for winning 2nd place in the graduate student paper competition for her master's thesis research "Urban trees as sinks for soot: Elemental carbon retention on leaves and litterfall deposition to soil".
- Fariba Sadeghinaeenifard for competing in the graduate student paper competition and for delivering an excellent presentation on "Tree crown discrimination using three-dimensional shape signatures derived from LiDAR point clouds".
Of the 8 competitors in the graduate student paper competition, Jenna and Fariba were the only non-PhD students.
- Olumide Omotere won 2nd place in the graduate student poster competition for his research "Using improved daily diagnostic equation to estimate root zone soil moisture".
- Brett Luce won the undergraduate student poster competition for his honor's thesis research "Urban cyclist exposure to fine particle pollution in a rapidly growing city".
Undergraduate students Kate Landers, Brittany Jandick, and Renzo Villamero also presented posters and Kari Northiem gave a paper presentation.
The UNT Geobowl team 'Kreuzströmungen' (Josh Bova, Brittany Jandick, Katie Krupala, Reese Ramsey, Brince Jones, and Renzo Villamen) finished 2nd among five teams.
Overall, it was a great event!