Thank you for an excellent 34th annual Graduate Student Assembly Research Symposium (GSARS).
Our theme this year was Agents of Change: Innovate, Integrate, Motivate.
You can still check out the program of presenters here.
Thanks to everyone who volunteered, presented, attended, participated, and who made this event possible. We’d also like to extend a congratulations to our award-winning presenters.
Awards for Oral Presentations
Bronze: Chris McCullough, Department of Horticulture
Bronze: Kristin Hurst, Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation
Silver: Alicia Kerr, Translational Biology, Medicine and Health
Silver: Dylan McDaniel, Department of Biomedical and Veterinary Science
Gold: Alex Hyler, Department of Biomedical Engineering
Gold: Allison Rahtes, Department of Biological Sciences
Awards for Flash Talks
Bronze: Jeffrey Law, Genetics, Bioinformatics, and Computational Biology
Silver: Alexandra Steinmetz, Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation
Silver: Amogh Jalihal, Genetics, Bioinformatics, and Computational Biology
Gold: Bela Haifa Khairunisa, Genetics, Bioinformatics, and Computational Biology
Gold: Elaine Bradford, Department of Biological Sciences
Gold: Rachel Rupnow, Department of Mathematics
Awards for Poster Presentations
Bronze: Joseph Sarver, Department of Chemical Engineering
Bronze: Matthew Burtner, Macromolecule Innovations Institute
Silver: James Budnick, Department of Biomedical and Veterinary Science
Silver: Shradha Lad, Department of Biochemistry
Gold: Elisa Wasson, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Gold: Negin Forouzesh, Department of Computer Science
Iota Delta Rho (IDR), Interdisciplinary Research Honor Society Awards
2nd Place for Oral Presentation: Sarah Bush, Department of Agricultural Leadership and Community Education
1st Place for Oral Presentation: Mitchell Allen, Department of Human Nutrition, Foods, and Exercise
2nd Place for Poster Presentation: Shiquiang Zou, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
1st Place for Poster Presentation: Sana’a Al-Rqaibat, Department of Architecture and Design Research
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