Past Symposium Awardees

2016 GSA Graduate Research Symposium Winners

Poster
Biological Sciences
1st: Amanda Kaverman Biology
2nd: Kara Andres Biology
3rd: Maimaiti Maimaitiyiming Integrated Applied Science program, Center for Sustainability

Physical Sciences
1st: Rio Febrian Chemistry
2nd: Andrew Dunn Biomedical Engineering, Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology
3rd: Melissa Anandappa Public Health, College for Public Health and Social Justice

Social Sciences
1st: Danielle Kauffman Master of Public Health, College for Public Health and Social Justice
2nd: Haeji Lee Communication Sciences and Disorders
3rd: Jessica Anderson Public Health, College for Public Health and Social Justice

Paper
Biological Sciences
1st: Justin Zweck Biology
2nd: Lauren Stein, Pharmacology & Physiology
3rd: Jesse Balaban-Feld Biology

Physical Sciences
1st: Robert Chango Geoscience, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
2nd: Alexandra Pearce Geoscience, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
3rd: Katherine Hixon Biomedical Engineering, Parks College of Engineering, Aviation & Technology

Social Sciences
1st: Betelihem B. Tobo College for Public Health and Social Justice
2nd: Rebecca Rojek Department of Epidemiology, College for Public Health and Social Justice
3rd: (tie) Monica Kavanaugh Maternal and Child Health, College for Public Health and Social Justice
3rd: Kendra Ratnapradipa Epidemiology, College for Public Health and Social Justice

Humanities
1st: Alec Arnold Historical Theology
2nd: Daniel Webb Medieval European History, Department of History, College of Arts and Science
3rd: Sahar Joakim Department of Philosophy


2015 Graduate Research Symposium Winners

Poster
Biological Sciences
1st: Katie Davis, Molecular Microbiology and Immunology, School of Medicine
2nd: John Marentette, Biomedical Sciences, School of Medicine
3rd: Prashanth Somasundaram, Biomedical Engineering, Parks College of Engineering, Aviation, and Technology

Physical Sciences
1st: Jacob Laktas, Biomedical Engineering, Parks College of Engineering, Aviation, and Technology
2nd: Ying Song, Earth and Atmospheric Science, College of Arts and Sciences
3rd: (tie) Akash Munshi, Chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences
3rd: (tie) Michael Hankins, Integrated and Applied Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences

Social Sciences
1st: Kristen Peter Kremer, Social Work, College for Public Health and Social Justice
2nd: Olivia Gratz, Applied Behavior Analysis
3rd: Ranya Taqieddin, Department of Biology / College of Arts and Sciences.

Paper
Biological Sciences
1st: Jesse Balaban-Feld, Biology, College of Arts and Sciences
2nd: Laura Klein, Biology, College of Arts and Sciences
3rd: Qian Nie, Cell and Molecular Regulation Program, Department of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences

Physical Sciences
1st: Lisa Andes, Civil Engineering, Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology
2nd: Katherine Hixon, Biomedical Engineering, Parks College of Engineering, Aviation & Technology
3rd: Reynaldo Flores, Biomedical Engineering, Parks College of Engineering, Aviation & Technology

Social Sciences
1st: Habiba Ibrahim, Public Policy, College of Arts and Sciences
2nd: Priscilla Fernandez, Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences
3rd: Marissa Roffler, Experimental Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences

Humanities
1st: Elissa Cutter, Theological Studies, College of Arts and Sciences
2nd: Jessica Adkins, Philosophy, College of Arts and Science
3rd: Megan Brueske, English, College of Arts and Sciences