Li-COR Prize - Physiological
Anna Jiselle Ongjoco, California State Polytecnic University, Ponoma, for the Presentation: Strategies Utilized by Pinus coulteri and Pinus attenuata for Surviving at Low Elevations in the San Bernardino Mountains. Co-authors: Edward G. Bobich, Frank E. Ewers, and Erin J. Questad
Laurent Tucker presentation: Recovery of California black walnut trees following drought induced dieback. Co-authors: Frank Ewers, Stephen Davis, Edward Bobich
2018 Li-COR prize, presentation - Timothy Perez
2017 Li-COR prize, presentation - Tayler J Kriss, Fort Hays State University - Advisor, Dr. Brian Maricle, for the poster “Photosynthetic action spectra of etiolated beans during greening” Co-author: Brian Maricle
2016 Li-COR prize, presentation - Christina Hilt, Fort Hays State University - Advisor, Dr. Brian Maricle, for the poster “Does environment or genetics influence leaf level physiology? Measuring photosynthetic rates of native big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii) grown in common gardens across a precipitation gradient” Co-authors: Christina Hilt, Cera Smart, Adam Urban, Diedre Kramer, Nicole Martin, Sara Baer, Loretta Johnson and Brian Maricle
2015 Li-COR prize, presentation - (Paper) Kerri Mocko, University Of Connecticut, for the paper “Stomatal behavior and integration of functional traits are consistent with climate of origin for co-occurring congeners” Co-author: Cynthia Jones
2012 Li-COR prize, presentation - Matthew Ogburn, Brown University - Advisor, Dr. Erica Edwards, for the paper “Anatomy of leaf succulence in the clade Portulacineae + Molluginaceae: evolutionary jumps into novel phenotypic space” Co-author: Erica Edwards
2012 Li-COR prize, poster - Robert “Berto” Griffin-Nolan, Ithaca College - Advisor, Dr. Peter Melcher, for the paper “The role of green light in photosynthesis in Bryophytes and higher plants” Co-authors: Peter Melcher and Benjamin Rosen
2011 Li-COR prize, presentation - Alexander J. Eilts, University of Minnesota, for the talk “An early look at the transport of mineral resources inthe clonal forb Fragaria vesca L.."
2011 Li-COR prize, poster - Mitchell Hall, Frostburg State University, for the poster “The effectiveness of tomato plants (Solanum lycopersicum) modified with a Hessian fly-responsive(Hfr) gene against phloem-feeding and chewing insects." Co-authors: Sunshine Brosi and David Puthoff.
2010 Li-COR prize - Mark E. De Guzman, California State University, Bakersfield, for the talk “Leaf and canopy level carbon assimilation rates of post-fire resprouting chaparral shrub species that display different life history types." Co-authors: M.F. Tobin, A. L. Jacobsen, H. P. O'Mara and R. B. Pratt.
2009 Li-COR prize - Nicholas E. Buckley, University of Tennessee, for the talk “Tradeoffs between growth and reproduction in the dioecious shrub Ilex glabra." Co-author: G. Avila-Sakar.
2008 Li-COR prize - Uromi Manage Goodale, Yale University, for her talk “Physiological acclimation of pioneer species to changing light environments." Her co-authors were Graeme P. Berlyn, Mark S. Ashton, and Kushan U. Tennakoon.
2007 Li-COR prize - Jason Kilgore, of Michigan State University, for his poster “Influence of cold tolerance on upper elevation range limits in isolated mountain islands Ponderosae" His co-author was Frank W. Telewski.
2006 Li-COR prize - Erika Sudderth, for her talk “Physiological performance of C3, C4, and intermediate Flaveria species in the Tehuaca?Ln Valley of Mexico." Her co-author was Noel M. Holbrook.
2005 Li-COR prize - Claudia Paredes López, Instituto de Ecología
2004 Li-COR prize
2003 Li-COR prize
2001 Li-COR prize - Tara Lin Greaver, University of Miami
2000 Li-COR prize - Suneetha Alokam, University of Calgary
1998 Li-COR prize - Stephen Witzig, Salisbury State University
1997 Li-COR prize - Jaren I. Madden, University of Connecticut, Storrs
1996 Li-COR prize - Edward M. Doran
1994 Li-COR Prize - Michael R. Bynum, University of Wyoming, Laramie
1991 DNA Plant Technology, Inc. Prize - Xianggan Li
1983 Best Student Paper - Mr. Randy D. Allen, Texas A & M
1981 - Pete O. Council, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
1979 - David D. Biesboer, Indiana University
1977 - S. G. Pallardy