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GRAD SLAM 2016 FINAL ROUND
Friday April 15
3 p.m.
Corwin Pavilion

Geoff Willard | Bren School of Environmental Science & Management
Where're Wolves?: Mapping Wolf Habitat and Wolf-Livestock Conflict Hotspots in California

David Hwang | Materials
LEDs: Enablers of the Future

Gokh ‚ÄčAmin | Global Studies
Seven Years, Three Yemens: The Empowerment and Disenfranchisement of Yemeni Women Between 1989 and 1995

Nicole Leung | Biomolecular Science & Engineering
Lighting the Path from the Eye to the Brain

Katherine Millage | Bren School of Environmental Science & Management
Fishing for Benefits: Seafood Certifications in Small-Scale Fisheries

Sara Weinstein | Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology
Worms in Raccoons: Worms in You?

Jesilyn Faust | Global Studies
Challenging Global Responses to Violence Against Women: The Case of Amina al Falali

Elizabeth Hiroyasu | Bren School of Environmental Science & Management
Fun Facts about Wild Pigs and Why We Should Care about Them

Savannah Dearden | Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology
Sparkling Sea-Slug Photonics: The Discovery of Nanoscopic Multi-Layer Reflectors in F. Iodinea

Phillip Rogers | Linguistics
Featuring the Bituri: Linguistic Fieldwork in Papua New Guinea

Kendall Mills | Bren School of Environmental Science & Management
The Market Value of Non-Market Goods: Conservation of Endangered Whale Species in the Santa Barbara Channel

See the final round results here!