TRIARCH "Botanical Images" Student Travel Award

Established by Dr. Paul Conant, and supported by TRIARCH INCORPORATED, this award provides acknowledgement and travel support to BSA meetings for outstanding student work in the area of creating botanical digital images.

2013 Award Recipients - (view all submissions)


First Place, Ricardo Kriebel, New York Botanical Garden
On the unusual floral ways of highland small flowered Melastomataceae as exemplified by Miconia arboricola

$500 Botany 2013 Student Travel Award



Second Place, Meriel Melendrezk, University of California, Berkeley
Beautiful Strangler

$250 Botany 2013 Student Travel Award



Third Place, Jeff Benca, University of California, Berkeley
Where Red Ferns Grow

$150 Botany 2013 Student Travel Award


2012 Award Recipients - (view all submissions)


First Place, Glenn Shelton, Humboldt State Univeristy
A charismatic salt rush inflorescence

$500 Botany 2012 Student Travel Award



Second Place, Sean Gershaneck, University of Hawai'i at Manoa
'Ōhi'a Lehua at Akanikōlea

$250 Botany 2012 Student Travel Award



Third Place, Andrew Crowl, University of Florida
Cocos nucifera (coconut) dispersal in action

$150 Botany 2012 Student Travel Award


 

2011 Award Recipients - (view all submissions)


First Place, James Riser, Washington State University
Showy milkweed and hawk moth

$500 Botany 2011 Student Travel Award



Second Place, Allison Schwartz, University of California, Los Angeles
Top view of a root nodule from Pisum sativum with DR5::GUS auxin responsive reporter construct

$250 Botany 2011 Student Travel Award



Third Place, Alan Franck, University of South Florida
One night only

$150 Botany 2011 Student Travel Award


Third Place, Tomas Zavada, University Of Massachusetts
Pollinating chicory

$150 Botany 2011 Student Travel Award


 

2010 Award Recipients - (view all submissions)


First Place, Lachezar Nikolov, Harvard University
Jabberwacky

$500 Botany 2010 Student Travel Award



Second Place, Margaret Sporck, University of Hawai'i Manoa
Disjunct Veins of Euphorbia rockii

$250 Botany 2010 Student Travel Award



Third Place, Wenchi Jin, University of Michigan
Heater in the snow

$150 Botany 2010 Student Travel Award


 

2009 Award Recipients - (view all submissions)


First Place, Mauricio Diazgranados, Saint Louis University
Nature Games

$500 Botany 2009 Student Travel Award



Second Place, Julia Nowak, University of British Columbia
Canola vascular bundles

$250 Botany 2009 Student Travel Award



Third Place, James Cohen, Cornell University
Apocynaceae flower close up

$150 Botany 2009 Student Travel Award


 

2008 Award Recipients - (view all submissions)


First Place, John Schenk, Washington State University
Seed surface patterns of Mentzelia laciniata

$500 Botany 2008 Student Travel Award



Second Place, Matthew Valente, University of Tennessee
Los Pantalones

$250 Botany 2008 Student Travel Award



Third Place, Mauricio Diazgranados, Saint Louis University
Singular plants of the top of the neotropical Andes

$150 Botany 2008 Student Travel Award


 

2007 Award Recipients - (view all submissions)


First Place, C. Matt Guilliams, San Diego State University
Inflorescence of sandfood (Pholisma sonorae), a root parasite of the Algodones Dunes, Imperial County, California

$500 Botany 2007 Student Travel Award



Second Place, Jessica Budke, University of Connecticut
Colored scanning electron micrograph of the moss peristome of Timmia megapolitana

$250 Botany 2007 Student Travel Award



Third Place, Nicole M. Hughes, Wake Forest University
Tip-down anthocyanin in developing leaves of Ailanthus altissima

$100 Botany 2007 Student Travel Award


 

2006 Award Recipients - (view all submissions)


Frist Place, Jay F. Bolin, Old Dominion University
Flower of Hydnora africana (foreground) parasitizing its host Euphorbia mauritanica

$500 Botany 2006 Student Travel Award



Second Place, Anna Jacobsen, Michigan State University
A hover fly uses its vacuum-like mouth to remove pollen from an anther of a Phacelia (Hydrophyllaceae) flower in the Antelope Valley California Poppy Preserve

$250 Botany 2006 Student Travel Award



Third Place, Ryan McMillen, Southern Illinois University
Equisetum arvense stem with stomata and silica protrusions

$100 Botany 2006 Student Travel Award