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Student Poster Contest


Vote for your favorite student poster before 2 p.m. on . The winner will be awarded the "People's Choice Award."

Those who vote for their favorite poster will be entered to win Summit prizes! 

Posters are based on a project for a class, or an internship that relates to sustainability. Come meet our emerging leaders!

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Graduate Sustainability Research 

MeiLing Wong, Montana State University
Suppressing wild oat with spring wheat height and seeding rate

Carlos Santos-Rivera, University of Utah
Sustainable Transportation through a 20-Minute City: Adelaide, Australia

Kristen Okorn, University of Colorado Boulder
Characterizing methane and total non-methane hydrocarbon levels in Los Angeles communities with oil and gas facilities using air quality monitors

Asmita Paudel, Utah State University
Determining the Salt Tolerance of Woody Ornamental Plants for Landscape use

Ji-Jhong Chen, Utah State University
Mechanisms of Water-Wise Ornamental Plant to Tolerate Water Stress

Hanna Burgin, Brigham Young University
Hybrid Bermudagrass in Cool, Arid Climates

Undergraduate Sustainability Research

Austen Lambert, Brigham Young University
New Hydroponic System for Testing Mineral Nutrient Deficiencies and its Application to Quinoa

Ian Weech, Weber State University
Influence of Farmington Bay metal pollution in Great Salt Lake

Brayden Youngberg, Weber State University
Understanding the Attitudes and Behaviors of Young Travelers
 

Green Design

Amanda Laycock, Weber State University
Cedar Lodge Design

Sustainability Education

Curtis Soderborg, Weber State University
Green Buildings: How Weber State is fighting climate change with renewable energy and sustainable building design

Simon Allen, Montana State University
Permaculture at Sobremesa Farm

Shaylee Stevens, Weber State University
Climate Change Solutions At WSU

Tabitha Turner, Weber State University
Reducing Energy’s Climate Change Impacts in Utah