Selected students are recognized with these awards each year based on the content and quality of their oral or poster presentations at the Society’s Annual Meeting/National Conference in June. We are indebted to our sponsors who have provided generous and consistent support over these years.
Eric Gale (Major Professor: Michelle Moyer, Washington State University, Prosser) Grapevine Root Cold Hardiness
Timothy Weber (Major Professor: Arianna Bozzolo, University of Missouri, Columbia) Effect of Various Levels of Biochar and Compost on Growth of Valvin Muscat Grapevines in a Controlled Environment
Viticulture (flash talk)
Joseph Schmidt (Major Professor: Laurent Deluc, Oregon State University, Corvallis) The Impacts of Cluster Thinning and Cluster-zone Leaf Removal on the Hormone Dynamics of Ripening Pinot noir Berries
Courtney Tanabe (Major Professor: Sue E. Ebeler, University of California, Davis) Method Optimization for Total Arsenic Analysis in Wines using HG-MP-AES
Zachary Cartwright (Major Professor: Charles Edwards, Washington State University, Prosser) Analysis of Brettanomyces bruxellensis Penetration Depths in Different Types of Oak Barrel Stave
Enology (flash talk)
Sydney Morgan (Major Professor: Daniel Durall, University of British Columbia, Canada) Sulfur Dioxide Addition Alters Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Populations and Wine Sensory Characteristics in Spontaneous Fermentations
Nicholas Basinger (Major Professor: Katie Jennings, North Carolina State University, Raleigh) The Effect of Herbicide Strip Width and Late Season Weed Competition on Winegrape Vine Growth, Berry Quality, and Yield
Keir Keightley (Major Professor: Deborah Elliott-Fisk, University of California, Davis) A Snapshot of Vineyard Carbon: Using a New Technique to Facilitate Low-Impact Organic Carbon Measurement in a California Vineyard
Tyler R. Thomas, (Major Professor: Mark A. Matthews, University of California, Davis) Berry Turgor Pressure: Direct Measurement in Vitis vinifera throughout Development and Relationship to Vine Water Status and Deformabilit
James A Kennedy (Major Professor: Andrew L. Waterhouse, University of California, Davis) Maturity and Water Status Effects on the Extractability and Molecular Weight Distribution of Proanthocyanins in Cabernet Sauvignon Grapes
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