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Parwinder S. Grewal

A. Personal Information

Address 2280 Larch Drive, Wooster, OH 44691, USA.

Citizenship American

Telephone 330-264-0919 (Home); 330-263-3963 (Work)

Fax 330-263-3686

E-mail grewal.4@osu.edu


B. Education

1990 Ph.D. Zoology, Imperial College, University of London, London, U.K.

1983 MS Plant Pathology (Thesis in Nematology), Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, Punjab, India

1981 BS Agriculture (Hons: Plant Protection), Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, Punjab, India


C. Professional Positions Held

2008 - Director, OARDC Research Internships Program, Ohio State University, Wooster, Ohio

2006 - Professor of Entomology (with courtesy appointments in Plant Pathology and Environmental Science Graduate Program), OARDC, Ohio State University, Wooster, Ohio

2004 - Director, Center for Urban Environment and Economic Development, OARDC, Ohio State University, Wooster, Ohio

2003 - Administrative Coordinator, Urban Landscape Ecology Program, OARDC, Ohio State University, Wooster, Ohio

2002 - 2005 Associate Professor of Entomology (with courtesy appointments in Plant Pathology and Environment Science Graduate Program), OARDC, Ohio State University, Wooster, Ohio

1997 - 2001 Assistant Professor of Entomology (with courtesy appointments in Plant Pathology and Environment Science Graduate Program), OARDC, Ohio State University, Wooster, Ohio

1997 - 1997 Scientific Advisor to the Director, Bio Integrated Technology, Perugia, Italy (2 months)

1995 - 1997 Research Group Leader, Nematodes, Biosys, Inc., Columbia, Maryland

1993 - 1995 Senior Scientist and Nematode Research Manager, Biosys, Inc., Palo Alto, California

1991 - 1993 Post-doctoral Research Associate, Entomology, Rutgers University, New Jersey

1989 - 1991 Higher Scientific Officer, Entomology, HRI, Littlehampton, England

1987 - 1989 Scientific Officer, Entomology, HRI, Littlehampton, England

1984 - 1987 Scientist, Entomology and Nematology, NCMRT, ARS, Solan, India


D. Awards

2011 University Distinguished Scholar Award, The Ohio State University

2011 OARDC Innovator of the Year Award, The Ohio State University

2010 President of the Society of Nematologists, USA.

2010 Honorary Fellow of the Indian Society of Insect Science

2010 Award of Honor by the Indian Society of Plant Pathologists

2009 President Elect of the Society of Nematologists, USA.

2009 Fellow of the Society of Nematologists, USA

2009 OARDC Distinguished Senior Faculty Award, The Ohio State University

2008 Elected Vice President of the Society of Nematologists, USA.

2008 Recognition Award in Urban Entomology, Entomological Society of America, USA.

2008 Innovation Awards Finalist, TECHColumbus, Columbus, Ohio, USA.

2003 Award for Excellence in Integrated Pest Management, Entomological Society of America, USA.

2002 Syngenta Crop Protection Award, Society of Nematologists, USA.

2002 OARDC Distinguished Junior Faculty Award, The Ohio State University

2001 Commendation letter for Excellence in Slug Nematodes from the Ohio State University President.

2000 Educational Project Award by the Board Certified Entomologists of Mid-America for the Web site

on Insect-parasitic nematodes.

2000 Educational Project Award by the Board Certified Entomologists of Mid-America for the Video

on insect-parasitic nematodes.

2000 The Videographer Award of Excellence for the Video on Insect-parasitic nematodes.

2000 The Communicator Award of Distinction for the Video on Insect-parasitic nematodes.

1999 Lindbergh Award for Environmental Achievement.

1999 OARDC Department Research Award for Innovation.

1996 Biosys Special Award for Innovation in Formulations Research.

1993 Queen’s Team Award for Environmental Achievement, UK.

1991 Young Scientist of the Year-1991 Award by the UK Mushroom Growers Association.

1987 Best Student Award by the Royal Commission of London.



  1. University Gold Medal for "All-round Best M.S. Agricultural Sciences Student".

1987 First Place in the “All-India ICAR Junior Research Merit Scholarship Examination” in Nematology.
E. Teaching and Student Service

1. Graduate Courses Taught

2011 Entomology 650 (Biological Control, 3+1 cr); SP. Grewal and Canas

2009 Entomology 694 (Environmental Bioindicators, 3+1 cr); SU. Grewal

2007 Entomology 694 (Environmental Bioindicators, 3+2 cr); SU, Grewal

2007 Entomology 650 (Biological Control, 3+1 cr); SP. Grewal and Horn

2005 Entomology 795D (Ecological Landscape Design-II, 3+0 cr); AU, Grewal

2005 Entomology 694 (Ecological Landscape Design-I, 2+2 cr); SU, Grewal, J. Cardina, D. Georg

2005 Entomology 650 (Biological Control, 3+1 cr); SP, Grewal and Horn

2003 Entomology 694 (Ecological Nematology, 2+2 cr); SU, Grewal

2003 Entomology 650 (Biological Control, 3+1 cr); SP, Grewal and Horn

2002 Entomology 795D (Symbiosis and Biological Control, 2+0 cr); SU, Grewal

2001 Entomology 650 (Biological Control, 3+1 cr); SP, Grewal and Horn

1999 Entomology 650 (Biological Control, 3+1 cr); SP, Grewal, Horn, Hall
Guest Lectures

2010 Entomology 660 (Advanced Economic Entomology); Guest lecture on microbial control of arthropods

2007 Plant Pathol 843 (The Ecology of Plant-Associated Microbes); Nematode-microbe interactions

2007 Entomology 660 (Advanced Economic Entomology); Guest lecture on microbial control of arthropods

2005 FAES294/FABE850 (Sustainability); Guest lecture on ecological landscaping

2004 Entomology 660 (Advanced Economic Entomology); Guest lecture on microbial control of arthropods

2002 Entomology 660 (Advanced Economic Entomology); Guest lecture on microbial control of arthropods

1998 Entomology 795; Guest lecture on nematode dauer formation

1992 Plant Pathology 508 (Rutgers University); Guest lecture on insect-parasitic nematodes


  1. Graduate Students

a. current graduate students [4 Ph.D. and 0 M.S.]

Jennifer Reeves, Ph.D. in Environmental Science, starting June 2010, Major Professor

Kuhuk Sharma, Ph.D. in Environmental Science, started August 2009, Major Professor

Priyanka Yadav, Ph.D. in Entomology, started August 2009, Major Professor

Harit Bal, Ph.D. in Entomology, started June 2008, Major Professor

b. former graduate students [13 Ph.D. and 7 MS)

Patchareewan Maneesakorn, Ph.D., Entomology, graduated March 2010, Co-Major Advisor, at Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand, now Assistant Professor at Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand

Thesis title: Phylogenetic and co-phylogentic relationships between entmopathogenic nematodes and their symbiotic bacteria

Hanbae Yang, Ph.D. Environmental Science, graduated March 2010, Major Professor (Co-advisor), now Research Scientist at ABS Materials, Wooster, Ohio

Thesis title: Development of a new biphasic bioretention system for stormwater flow and pollutant management in urban landscapes

Priyanka Yadav, M.S. Environmental Science, graduated August 2009, Major Professor, now a Ph.D student with me in Entomology (see above)

Thesis title: FACTORS AFFECTING MOSQUITO POPULATIONS IN CREATED WETLANDS

SunJeong Park, Ph.D. Environmental Science, graduated August 2009, Major Professor, now Post-doctoral Researcher, Department of Plant pathology, The Ohio State University, Wooster, Ohio

Thesis title: ANTHROPOGENIC INFLUENCE OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT ON THE SOIL NITROGEN FIXING BACTERIA, NEMATODE COMMUNITY, AND NUTRIENT POOLS

E. Erin Morris, MS. Entomology, graduated March 2009, Major Professor, now Ph.D. student at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

Thesis title: DEVELOPMEMT OF BIOLOGICAL CONTROL METHODS FOR THE ADULT JAPANESE BEETLE

Alfred Alumai, Ph.D. Entomology, graduated December 2008, Major Professor, now post-doctoral researcher in my lab at the Ohio State University (see below)

Thesis title: URBAN LAWN MANAGEMENT: ADDRESSING THE ENTOMOLOGICAL, AGRONOMIC, AND SOCIAL DRIVERS

Zhiqiang Cheng, Ph.D. Environmental Science Graduate Program, graduated Aug’ 2007, Major Professor, now Post-doctoral researcher in my lab at the Ohio State University (see below)

Thesis Title: ECOLOGY OF URBAN LAWNS: THE IMPACT OF ESTABLISHMENT AND MANAGEMENT ON PLANT SPECIES COMPOSITION, SOIL FOOD WEBS, AND ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONING

Mamta Singh, Ph.D., Environmental Science Graduate Program, graduated Jul’ 2007, Major Professor

Thesis Title: SOIL ORGANIC CARBON POOLS IN TURFGRASS SYSTEMS OF OHIO

An Ruisheng, Ph.D. Entomology, graduated June 2007, Major Professor, now a Post-doctoral Researcher in my lab at the Ohio State University (see below)

Thesis Title: GENE EXPRESSION IN MORAXELLA OSLOENSIS, PHOTORHABDUS TEMPERATA AND XENORHABDUS KOPPENHOEFERI DURING HOST INFECTION

Shabeg S. Briar, Ph.D. Plant Pathology, started March 2007, Co-Major Professor; now a Post-doctoral Researcher at the Department of Nematology, University of California, Davis

Thesis Title: NEMATODES AS BIOINDICATORS OF SOIL FOOD WEB HEALTH IN AGROECOSYSTEMS: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS

Amr T. E. Saeb, Ph.D. Plant Pathology, graduated August 2006, Major Professor; now a Senior Lecturer at Minufia University, Cairo, Egypt

Thesis Title: PHYLOGENETIC AND POPULATION GENETIC STUDIES ON SOME INSECT AND PLANT ASSOCIATED NEMATODES

Yadwinder S. Deol, M.S. Entomology, graduated August 2006, Major Professor; now a Ph.D. student in Microbiology at the Ohio State University

Thesis Title: DEVELOPMENT OF A NOVEL DELIVERY SYSTEM FOR ENTOMOPATHOGENIC NEMATODES

Prapassorn Bussaman, Ph.D. Entomology at the Khon Kaen University in Thailand, graduated Aug’ 2005, Co-Major Professor, now Associate Dean at the Khon Kaen University

Thesis Title: Biology and Biological control of the mushroom mite

Mussammat Nahar, Ph.D. Plant Pathology at Dhaka Agricultural University in Bangladesh, graduated November 2005, Co-Major Professor, now a Senior Scientist at Dhaka Agricultural University

Thesis Title: Dynamics of Nematodes trophic diversity and Nutrient Pools in Vegetable Farms Transitioning from Organic Management

Sukhinder K. Sandhu, M.S. Entomology, graduated Sum’ 2005, Major Professor; now a Ph.D. Student in Molecular Genetics at the Ohio State University

Thesis Title: GENETIC AND MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF INFECTIVE JUVENILE LONGEVITY AND STRESS TOLERANCE IN THE ENTOMOPATHOGENIC NEMATODE HETERORHABDITIS BACTERIOPHORA

Corrie Yoder, M.S. Entomology, graduated in December 2004, Major Professor

Thesis Title: EVASIVE AND DEFENSIVE BEHAVIORS OF WHITE GRUB SPECIES AGAINST ENTOMOPATHOGENIC NEMATODES

Alfred Alumai, M.S. Entomology, graduated in December 2004, Major Professor; now enrolled in Ph.D. program in Entomology at the Ohio State University (see above)

Thesis Title: THE EFFECTS OF TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ON ENTOMOPATHOGENIC NEMATODES

Sandra Garces, M.S. Entomology, graduated in May 2004, Co-Advisor, now a Researcher in Ecuador

Thesis Title: POTENTIAL OF ENTOMOPATHOGENIC NEMATODES AND THEIR SYMBIOTIC BACTERIA FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF GRAPE PHYLLOXERA

Brian Kunkel, Ph.D. Entomology, graduated in January 2003, Major Professor, now IPM Coordinator at the University of Delaware, Delaware

Thesis Title: PLANT FUNGAL ENDOSYMBIONTS ALTER HOST-PARASITE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN GENERALIST HERBIVORES (LEPIDOPTERA: NOCTUIDAE) AND AN ENTOMOPATHOGENIC NEMATODE

Li Tan, Ph.D. Entomology, graduated in December 2002, Major Professor, now a Frederick Gardner Cottrell Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Alabama

Thesis title: VIRULENCE MECHANISMS OF THE NEMATODE PHASMARHABDITIS HERMAPHRODITA AND ITS ASSOCIATED BACTERIUM MORAXELLA OSLOENSIS TO THE GRAY GARDEN SLUG DEROCERAS RETICULATUM

c. other student activities

Graduate Studies Committee member:

Caitlin Burkman, M.S. student in Entomology (Major Advisor, Mary Gardiner), current.

Ellie Walsh, Ph.D. student in Plant Pathology (Major Advisor, Christopher Taylor), current.

Christian Alejandro Chiriboga, Ph.D. student in Entomology (Major Advisor, Daniel Herms), current.

Terri L. Hoctor, MS. student in Entomology at Purdue University (Major Advisors Douglas S. Richmond and Timothy J. Gibb), graduated Spring 2011.

Sougata Bardhan, Ph.D. student in Soil Science (Major Advisor, Warren Dick), graduated summer 10.

Darlene Florence, MS student in Soil Science (Major Advisor, Warren Dick), graduated summer 09.

Jennifer Andon, M.S. student in Entomology (Major Advisor, David Shetlar), graduated summer 08.


Stephanie Miller, M.S. student in Entomology (Major Advisor, Celeste Welty), graduated spring 05.

Xiaodong Bai, Ph.D. student in Entomology (Major Advisor, Saskia Hogenhout), graduated summer 04, now a Post-doctoral fellow in Department of Entomology at the Ohio State University.

Janet Lawrence, Ph.D. student in Entomology (Major Advisor, Casey Hoy), graduated autumn 04.

Jane Patterson Fife, Ph.D. student in Food, Agriculture and Environmental Engineering, (Major Advisor, Erdal Ozkan), graduated autumn 03, now a Scientist at Battelle Research Labs, Columbus.

Heather Smith, M.S. student in Microbiology, University of Central Florida, Orlando, graduated in July 2001, currently enrolled in Ph.D. program in Entomology at the University of Florida.

Graduate Faculty Representative:

In-Young Yeo, City and Regional Planning (Major Advisor, Steven I. Gordon), Au 05

Shouxiong Huang, Veterinary Preventative Medicine (Major Advisor, Qijing Zhang), WI 03.

Marli Silva Pereir Azevedo, Veterinary Preventative Medicine (Major Advisor, Linda Saif), Su 01.



Independent Undergraduate Research Study Advisor:

Alexandra Knight, BS Biology, Walsh University, February, 2010- May 2011

Marc Christian, BS Biology and Mathematics, The College of Wooster, February, 2009- May 2010.

Lorna Johnston, BS Biology, The College of Wooster, February 2007 – December 2008.

Stephanie Wynderk, BS Biology, The College of Wooster, October 2004 to May 2005.

Rajan Dhillon, Stanford University, January 1994- August 1994.

Charles Shupe, Rutgers University, March 1992- December 1992.

External examiner for Ph.D. Thesis:

Nehad Abdel-Hameed Soliman Abdel-Rehman, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt.



Poster Judge:

Judge for Student Poster Presentations at the OARDC Annual Conference, April 2002

Judge for Student Poster Presentations at the OARDC Annual Conference, April 2001

Judge for Student Poster Presentations at the OARDC Annual Conference, April 2000

Judge for Student Poster Presentations at the OARDC Annual Conference, April 1999

Judge for Student Poster Presentations at the 12th Annual Graduate Research Forum, April 1998





3. Postdoctoral Trainees

a. current post-doctoral trainees (Name, previous institution, and year started)

Dr. Xiaodong Bai from Ohio State University, Ohio, started January 2006

Dr. Ruisheng An from Ohio State University, Ohio, started July 2007

Dr. Zhiqiang Cheng, from Ohio State University, started September, 2007



b. former post-doctoral trainees (Name and dates in my laboratory)

Dr. Jay Saimandir from Mississippi State University, Mississippi, July 2007-December 2008, now a Research Associate in Entomology at the Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

Dr. Amr Saeb from Ohio State University, Ohio, January 2007-February 2008, now a Senior Lecturer at Minufia University, Cairo, Egypt

Dr. Loren Byrne, from Pennsylvania State University, June 06- June 07, now an Assistant Professor at the Roger Williams University, Rhode Island

Dr. Ganpati Jagdale, from Memorial University of Newfoundland, St John's, Canada, from November 1998-August 2007, now Laboratory Manager of Plant Nematode and Disease Clinic, Department of Plant Pathology, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia

Dr. Seppo Salminen, from Ohio State University, Wooster, Ohio, July 1999-July 2007, now retired

Dr. Andras Fodor, from Evotos University, Budapest, Hungary, from January 2004 – May 2006, now a Researcher in the Department of Animal Sciences at the Ohio State University, Wooster, Ohio

Dr. Douglas Richmond, from July 2000- June 2004, now an Assistant Professor at Purdue University

Dr. Elizabeth De Nardo, from the National Research Center for Environmental Monitoring and Impact Assessment, EMBRAPA, Jaguariuna-SP, Brazil- from January 2003 – November 2004, now a Scientist with GoJo Company in Ohio.

Dr. Sukhbir K. Grewal, Oct 1999 – January 2003, now Research Associate in the Food, Agricultural, and Biological Engineering, OARDC/OSU, Wooster

Dr. Somasekhar Nethi, Jan 2000 – December 2001, now Senior Scientist at the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Coimbatore, India

Dr. Mavji Patel, Mar' 01- Jul' 01, now a Senior Lecturer at Wye College, London, UK

Dr. Xiaodong Wang - Oct' 1998 - Jan' 2001, now a Scientist, at Cal Tech, Pasadena, California

Dr. Timothy Miklasiewicz - May 1998 - Mar' 2000, now a Scientist with Ohio Department of Agriculture, Columbus, Ohio

Dr. Veriender S. Malik - Jun' 1999 - Nov' 1999, Now Associate Dean for Post Graduate Studies and Professor of Entomology, HAU, Hissar, India

Dr. Sudha Venkatachari, Jun' 1995 - Jan' 1997, now Research Scientist at Gene Logic, Columbia, MD


4. Visiting scientists hosted (Name and dates in my laboratory)

Dr. Vikas Jindal, Assistant Professor, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, India from March 2010 to April, 2011

Dr. Geetika Banta, Assistant Professor, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, India from July 2010 to April, 2011

Dr. Ugur Uslu, Assistant Professor, Konya, Turkey for 6 months from February to July, 2009

Dr. Marcio Voss, Senior Scientist, EMBRAPA Trigo, Passo Fundo, Brazil from June 2005 to May 06.

Dr. Angel Torres, Scientist, INIA-Tachira, Carretera Rubio-Delicias, Bramon, Tachira, Venezuela for one month in November 2004.

Dr. Marinade Aguilera, Professor of Nematology at the Federal University, Arrars, Sao Paulo, Brazil for one week in October 2003.

Dr. Arun K. Yadav, Professor of Entomology, Department of Zoology, N.E. Hill University, Shillong, India for one week in October 2003.

Dr. Cisia Chkhubianishvili, Professor and Head, Department of Biological Control, Kanchaveli L. Research Institute of Plant Protection, Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia spent 10 days in November 2000

Dr. Manana Lortkipandize, Chief Scientist, Institute of Zoology, Georgian Academy of Sciences, Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia also spent 10 days in November 2000

Dr. Krishnayya Pulipaka, Assistant Professor, Department of Entomology, ANGR Agricultural University, Bapatila, AP, India from July 2000 to November 2000.

Dr. Elizabeth De Nardo, Coordinator of Quarantine Laboratory for biological control agents, National Research Center for Environmental Monitoring and Impact Assessment, EMBRAPA, Jaguariuna-SP, Brazil- from September 1998 to December 2002.



Dr. Veriender S. Malik, Professor of Entomology, Haryana Agricultural University, Hissar, India - from September 1998 to February 1999.
5. Outstanding achievements of graduate students

Priyanka Yadav, Ph.D. student in Entomology

  • Won $5,000 in OARDC Director’s Graduate Research Grants Competition in May 2010.


Kuhuk Sharma, Ph.D. student in Environmental Science Graduate Program

  • Won Fay Fellowship from the Environmental Science Graduate Program, 2009-2010


Jennifer Reeves, Ph.D. student in Environmental Science Graduate Program

  • Awarded the NSF-GK12 Fellowship, 2011-2012

  • Won OSU Presidential Fellowship, 2010-2011.


Harit Bal, Ph.D. student in Entomology

  • Won OSU Presidential Fellowship, 2011-2012

  • Won ESA President’s Award for the Best K-12 Science Education Project from the Entomological Society of America, December 2010.

  • Won Mary Ellen Teaching Award from the Department of Entomology, May 2010.

  • Elected President of the Entomology Graduate Student Association.


Erin Morris, MS student in Entomology

  • Won second place in oral Student Competition for the President's Prize, Section IPMIS2. Integrative Physiological and Molecular Insect Systems at the Entomological Society of America meeting in Reno, Nevada, November 15-19, 2008.

  • Won the Department DeLong Travel grant competition to attend the 2008 ESA meeting in Reno, Nevada.

  • Invited to make a presentation in the K-12 Symposium at the 2008 ESA meeting in Reno, Nevada.

  • Won third place in MS Poster competition ($100) at the OARDC Annual Conference, April 17, 2008.

  • Won second place in oral competition at the ESA NC Branch meeting, Columbus, Ohio, March 2008.

  • Won National Science Foundation’s GK12 Fellowship. 2007-2008. This fellowship includes a $30,000 annual stipend, fringe benefits, tuition and fees and a travel allowance to attend a professional meeting.

  • Elected President of the Entomology Graduate Student Association.


SunJeong Park, Ph.D. student in Environmental Science Graduate Program

  • Won third place in Ph.D. Poster competition ($100) at the OARDC Annual Conference, April 17, 2008.

  • Conference Travel Award ($600) sponsored by the National Science Foundation, April 2007 to attend the Emerging Issues along Urban/Rural Interfaces-II, Atlanta, GA.

  • Won Fay Fellowship from the Environmental Science Graduate Program, 2006-2007


Hanbae Yang, Ph.D. student in Environmental Science Graduate Program

  • Won second place in Poster competition ($300) at the OARDC Annual Conference, April 20, 2010.

  • Filed a Patent, April 20, 2009.

  • TechColumbus Green Innovation Awards, Finalist, TechColumbus, 2008

  • Won $1,970 in OSU Alumni Grants for Graduate Research and Scholarship (AGGRS), 2008.

  • Won First Place Poster Award at the GSA-SSSA-ASA-CSSA-GCAGS International Joint Annual Meeting, Huston, TX Oct.5-9th, 2008, Division A-5 (Environmental Quality).

Alfred Alumai, Ph.D. student in Entomology

  • Won second place in Poster competition ($300) at the OARDC Annual Conference, April 20, 2006.

  • Won Department of Entomology’s W. Fred Hink Research Paper Award ($300), May 2006.


Ruisheng An, Ph.D. student in Entomology (Completed in Summer 2007)

  • Won $5,000 in OARDC Director’s Graduate Research Grants Competition in May 2006.

  • Won first place in Poster competition ($500) at the OARDC Annual Conference, April 24, 2005.

  • Won Travel Grant ($500) from the Society of Invertebrate Pathology (Bacteria Division) to attend the annual meeting in Anchorage, Alaska in August 2005.


Zhiqiang Cheng, Ph.D. student in Environmental Science Graduate Program (Completed Summer 2007)

  • Won third place in Poster competition ($200) at the OARDC Annual Conference, April 26, 2007.

  • Conference Travel Award ($600) sponsored by the National Science Foundation, April 2007 to attend the Emerging Issues – along Urban/Rural Interfaces-II, Atlanta, GA.

  • Won third place in Poster competition ($200) at the OARDC Annual Conference, April 29, 2004.

  • Won $5,000 OARDC Director’s Graduate Research Grants Competition in May 2005.



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