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Contributors To Northwest Science & Technology

This issue of Northwest Science & Technology was sponsored in part by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0609451.

All opinions expressed herein are the view of the authors alone and do not represent the official position or policy of the University of Washington or the National Science Foundation.

Founding Editor:
Deborah L. Illman, Ph.D.
Senior Fellow, National Science Foundation Discovery Corps
University of Washington (UW)
Box 353740
Seattle, WA 98195-3740
nwst@u.washington.edu

NWS&T Science Writing Fellow:

Sara Selgrade

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Brian Vogt, UW Publication Services

Contributors:

Cat Adams is an undergraduate at the University of Washington studying microbiology and biology with an emphasis on ecology and evolution.

Jake Ashcraft is a graduate student in chemistry at the University of Washington.

Joe Baio is a Ph.D. student in chemical engineering at the University of Washington.

Sarah Benton is an environmental educator and graduate student at the University of Washington in Science Education.

David Giraud is an undergraduate studying physics, applied and computational mathematic sciences and music at the University of Washington.

Chris Hubert is a graduate student in Molecular and Cellular Biology at the University of Washington.

Elaina Jorgensen is a doctoral student at the University of Washington School of Oceanography.

Cassie Kamischke is an undergraduate studying biochemistry at the University of Washington.

Charla Lambert is a graduate student in genome sciences at the University of Washington.

Deirdre Lockwood is a graduate student in oceanography and a member of the Program on Climate Change at the University of Washington.

Emily Marshall is a graduate student in microbiology at the University of Washington/Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

Erin Mulkearns is a Ph.D. student at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in the University of Washington Molecular and Cellular Biology program.

Sabrina Richards is a graduate student in the Department of Immunology at the University of Washington.

Rok Ro÷kar is pursuing a Ph.D. in astronomy at the University of Washington.

Jen Schripsema is a freelance science writer with a masterÝs degree in technical communication from the University of Washington and a bachelorÝs degree in biology from Colorado College.

Sara Selgrade recently completed a Ph.D. in genome sciences at the University of Washington.

Spencer Todd Hirsch has an English degree from the University of Washington.

Yasmeen Sands is pursuing a MasterÝs degree in technical communication at the University of Washington.


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