August 2010
C. Jonathan Brogdon
C. Jonathan Brogdon

Worked with Dr. Jean Dyer and Dr. Peter Schaefer on the Examination of New Rifle Marksmanship Training Strategies. Responsible for data entry through: 1) data entry from printed score sheets, 2) data ...

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July 2009
Matthew E. Funke
Matthew E. Funke

Matt Funke is a Research Fellow working with Drs. Joel Warm and Benjamin Knott. He assists in the development, analysis, and reporting of experiments in the area of Human Factors. Matt’s focus is on c ...

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August 2009
William S. Weyhrauch
William S. Weyhrauch

I work with Dr. Kimberly Metcalf in the area of leadership and cross-cultural interactions between Soldiers and their counterparts in Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere. I will also be assisting with va ...

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October 2010
Ronny Tran
Ronny Tran

I follow the DMDC Application Development Process that is geared towards desktop and web applications. My responsibilities within this process consist of developing or modifying web applications (Java ...

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September 2009
Ryan T. Posgai
Ryan T. Posgai

The rapid growth of the nanotechnology industry and subsequent proliferation of nanoparticle types present the need to rapidly assess nanoparticle toxicity. My work at AFRL involves using a newly est ...

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The Consortium Research Fellows Program (CRFP) is a partnership between the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area and several Department of Defense agencies. The CRFP fosters a strong relationship between the higher education community and DoD.

Students work in Defense settings, become more knowledgeable about research and development, and increase the country's pool of scientific talent. Professors lend their specialized expertise to DoD projects and widen the scope of their research. Government researchers accomplish their goals more efficiently and develop new areas of inquiry. Transfer of technology accelerates. When the higher education and Federal research communities cooperate, everyone benefits.

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