Karen Dannemiller honored for her role as mentor

Posted: October 13, 2017

Buckeye engineers were celebrated as undergraduate researchers for their outstanding presentations at the 22nd annual Denman Undergraduate Research Forum which took place on March 29, 2017. This year, more than 650 students from across the university, including more than 100 Buckeye engineering students, presented research that spanned a wide range of disciplines.

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Professor Karen Dannemiller receives the Outstanding Research Mentor Award from Ohio State University President Michael V. Drake on March 29, 2017.
Karen Dannemiller, CEGE faculty member and Indoor Environmental Quality Laboratory director, was one of just seven faculty members to receive the Outstanding Research Mentor Award (ORM) during the Forum's proceedings. Each year, the ORM recognizes the leadership and support faculty research mentors provide to undergraduate students presenting in the Denman. Mentors are nominated by undergraduate students who have been accepted into the annual Denman Undergraduate Research Forum. The nominations are reviewed and winners are selected by the OUR&CI's Awards and Recognition Committee. 

As one of the largest events of its kind in the country, the Denman Forum gives undergraduate students the opportunity to showcase their research, scholarship and creative activities to the Ohio State community and beyond.

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