Evie Bangs earns best student poster award at NADP annual meeting
M.S. student Evie Bangs, advised by Jeff Collett, won the best student poster award at the annual meeting of the National Atmospheric Deposition Program (NADP) last week. Bangs presented her findings regarding amines in atmospheric aerosol.
“I was honored to receive recognition for my work and was absolutely impressed with the amount of research and effort all of the presenters have put forth to progress atmospheric research,” Bangs said. “I would also like to thank Jeff (Collett), Katie (Benedict) and Amy (Sullivan) for their helpful suggestions as I developed my poster!”
Bangs’ poster focused on amines as a contributor to organic nitrogen in aerosols and why they matter. She specifically focused on an assessment of a spatial gradient in Rocky Mountain National Park, Fort Collins and Greeley.
Photo at top: Evie Bangs records data in Rocky Mountain National Park.