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PEER 2010 Intern Ray Hooft wins EERI Undergraduate Student Paper Competition

Ray Hooft, a 2010 PEER Summer Intern funded by the NEES REU Program and hosted at UC Berkeley, won EERI’s Annual Student Paper Competition in the Undergraduate Category for 2011. Hooft’s winning paper was his final research paper from the internship that summarized his summer research project findings. This award came with free travel to the 2011 EERI Annual Meeting in San Diego. Congratulations Ray!

PEER 2010 Interns from UC Berkeley funded by the NEES REU Program pose at the NEES REU Young Researcher Symposium. Ray Hooft (right) won EERI's Undergraduate Paper Competition in 2011 for his summer research paper.

More information about the award, can be found at EERI’s 2011 Honors and Awards Winners web page.