Congratulations to Alexa Romero, Ian Voos, and Keerthi Anand for winning UNC Honors Thesis research awards! Roughly 350 Honors Carolina students cap their undergraduate experience with a Senior Honors Thesis, partnering with a faculty mentor to develop original research or creative work. The research awards help to cover the costs of Honors thesis-related expenses, such as lab supplies and equipment. Alexa and Keerthi both received Tom and Elizabeth Long Research Awards for their projects “A Low-Cost, Non-Contact, Optical Imaging Pulse-Oximeter System” and “Analysis of Burn Wounds Through Exploration of Parameter Space for Two Active Contour Methods,” respectively, while Ian received a Gump Family Undergraduate Research Award for “Optical Measurement of Forearm Plethysmography.” All three of these outstanding students are members of Dr. Devin Hubbard’s lab. Well done and thank you to Dr. Hubbard for mentoring such innovative students!