2019
Undergraduate Fellows

* alumni of SIFT & TERF programs

 

Brooke Bulmash
Washington University in St. Louis, Architecture ‘21
Designing research gardens
Mentor: Micah Stanek

Selaam Dollisso
Washington University in St. Louis, Environmental Policy ‘22
Humanities in science communication
Mentor: Suzanne Loui

Christian Fogerty
Washington University in St. Louis, Geophysics ‘19
Humanities in science communication
Mentor: Suzanne Loui

Anahi Gamboa
Southeast Missouri State University, Environmental Science: Environmental Health ‘19
Tick and wildlife ecology
Mentors: Solny Adalsteinsson and Elise Nishikawa

Laura Goh
Washington University in St. Louis, Environmental Biology ‘21
Plant host-pathogen coevolution
Mentor: Rachel Penczykowski

Elly Grant
Washington University in St. Louis, Biology ‘20
Plant host-pathogen coevolution
Mentor: Rachel Penczykowski

Taewon Lee
Washington University in St. Louis, Economics/Biology ‘21
Plant host-pathogen coevolution
Mentor: Rachel Penczykowski

Jacob Longmeyer
Washington University in St. Louis, Environmental Biology '20
Designing research gardens
Mentor: Micah Stanek

Kit Lord
Washington University in St. Louis, Philosophy '21
Interactions between plants and soil microbial communities
Mentors: Scott Mangan, Claudia Stein, Rachel Becknell, and Aspen Workman*

Lois Mack
Harris-Stowe State University, Biology ‘20
Mosquito ecology
Mentors: Kim Medley, Katie Westby, and Lexie Beckermann*

Kayla Mans
Washington University in St. Louis, Environmental Policy '21
Informal science education (SIFT & TERF)
Mentor: Susan Flowers

Derek McFarland
Harris-Stowe State University, Biology '20
Tick and wildlife ecology
Mentors: Solny Adalsteinsson and Elise Nishikawa

Rachel Novick
Washington University in St. Louis, Biology '21
Tick and wildlife ecology
Mentors: Solny Adalsteinsson and Elise Nishikawa

Flora Perlmutter
Washington University in St. Louis, Environmental Biology ‘22
Interactions between plants and soil microbial communities
Mentors: Scott Mangan, Claudia Stein, Rachel Becknell, and Aspen Workman*

Raegan Rainey
Auburn University in Montgomery, Environmental Science ‘21
Interactions between plants and soil microbial communities
Mentors: Scott Mangan, Claudia Stein, Rachel Becknell, and Aspen Workman*

Rossana Romo
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador ‘18
Tick and wildlife ecology
Mentors: Solny Adalsteinsson and Elise Nishikawa

Delilah Sayer*
Southeast Missouri State University, Environmental Science: Biology ‘22
Mosquito ecology
Mentors: Kim Medley, Katie Westby, and Lexie Beckermann*

Katie Skinker
Southeast Missouri State University, Environmental Science: Biology ‘20
Forest biodiversity
Mentors: Jonathan Myers and Erin O’Connell

Anna Thomas*
Murray State University, Environmental Science ‘22
Interactions between plants and soil microbial communities
Mentors: Scott Mangan, Claudia Stein, Rachel Becknell, and Aspen Workman*

Emma Waltman (Sexton Fellow)
Washington University in St. Louis, Biology ‘19
Plant host-pathogen coevolution
Mentor: Rachel Penczykowski

Alice Xu
Washington University in St. Louis, Philosophy/Environmental Biology ‘20
Forest biodiversity
Mentors: Jonathan Myers and Erin O’Connell

Max Yusen
University of Minnesota, Environmental Sciences, Policy & Management ‘21
Forest biodiversity
Mentors: Jonathan Myers and Erin O’Connell


2019
high school fellows

terf cohort 11

 

Bernie Bergman
Visitation Academy ‘20
Plant host-pathogen coevolution
Mentors: Rachel Penczykowski and Philippa Tanford

Casimir Buttar-Miller
Clayton High School ‘19
Forest biodiversity
Mentors: Jonathan Myers and Erin O’Connell

Adina Cazacu-De Luca
John Burroughs School ‘20
Interactions between plants and soil microbial communities
Mentors: Scott Mangan, Claudia Stein, Rachel Becknell, and Aspen Workman*

Annie Grimshaw
Eureka High School ‘19
Forest biodiversity
Mentors: Jonathan Myers and Erin O’Connell

Vlada Gladun*
Fort Zumwalt North High School '19
Plant host-pathogen coevolution
Mentor: Rachel Penczykowski

Margie Lodes*
St. Joseph's Academy '20
Interactions between plants and soil microbial communities
Mentors: Scott Mangan, Claudia Stein, Rachel Becknell, and Aspen Workman*

Kate Pogue
Marquette High School ‘20
Plant host-pathogen coevolution
Mentor: Rachel Penczykowski

Tullaia Powell*
Collegiate School of Medicine and Bioscience '20
Mosquito ecology
Mentors: Kim Medley, Katie Westby, and Lexie Beckermann*

Elora Robeck
Rockwood Summit High School ‘20
Tick and wildlife ecology
Mentors: Solny Adalsteinsson and Elise Nishikawa

Adnan Shaik
Collegiate School of Medicine and Bioscience '21
Mosquito ecology
Mentors: Kim Medley, Katie Westby, and Lexie Beckermann*

Laura Tayon
Parkway Central High School ‘21
Tick and wildlife ecology
Mentors: Solny Adalsteinsson and Elise Nishikawa

Robbie Zhang
Marquette High School ‘21
Interactions between plants and soil microbial communities
Mentors: Scott Mangan, Claudia Stein, Rachel Becknell, and Aspen Workman*