Bailey, M. Chris (University of South Carolina). Mentor: Patricia DeCoursey (University of South Carolina). An examination of survival rates and life-long reproductive success of chipmunks deprived of their neural biological timing systems.
Chalmers, Rebecca (Marlboro College). Mentor: Leslie Rissler (University of Virginia). A comparative study of Desmognathus assemblages across the Eastern Continental Divide.
Helin, Amanda (Carleton College). Mentors: Eric Nagy and Laura Galloway (University of Virginia). Inflorescence preformation and reproductive allocation in Amianthium muscaetoxicum.
Koch, Benjamin (University of Virginia). Mentors: Henry Wilbur and Doug Taylor (University of Virginia). How certain ecological characteristics of Castanea dentata interact with the infectious strategy of Cryphonectria parasitica.
Krstolic, Jennifer (Valparaiso University). Mentors: Lorne Wolfe and Rytas Vilgalyss (Georgia Southern University and Duke University). On variance levels in flowering morphology: The role of symmetry and pollinator preference.
Lau, Jennifer (Duke University). Mentor: Mentor: Laura Galloway. Factors affecting the pollen removal of Campanula americana.
Lewis, Jennifer (Eastern Michigan University). Mentor: Eric Nagy (University of Virginia). Morphological variation in a Monarda hybrid population across a habitat boundary on an abandoned golf course.
Maupin, Jennifer (University of Tennessee). Mentor: Erica Crespi (University of Virginia). Salamanders and spiders as predators of the forest floor community.
Palen, Wendy (University of Virginia). Mentor: Henry Wilbur (University of Virginia). The roles of competition and predation in structuring freshwater stream communities; the crayfish assemblage of the Mountain Lake region.
Smith, Sarah (Bridgewater College). Mentor: Patricia DeCoursey (University of South Carolina). Suprachiasmatic nuclei lesions in wild-caught, free-living chipmunks (Tamias striatus): Effects of mortality, territoriality shifts, and burrow activity.
Trimble, Steve (Denison University). Mentor: Doug Taylor and Dave McCauley (University of Virginia and Vanderbilt University) Colonization ability in the gynodioecious Bladder Campion (Silene vulgaris).