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C&PE students have strong showing in research competitions

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Please join us in congratulating the following Research Award Winners:


GEA Research Competition Award Winners

Oral Presentations

Alex Peebles, MS student (Bioengineering) – 1st Place

Negar Nazari, MS student (Chemical & Petroleum Engineering)2nd Place

Kyle Boone, PhD student (Bioengineering) – 3rd Place        


Poster Presentations

Kakasaheb Nandiwale, PhD student (Chemical & Petroleum Engineering) and Joseph Vincent, undergrad (Aerospace Engineering)  - 1st Place (tie)

Tugba Turnaoglu, PhD student (Chemical & Petroleum Engineering) and Charu Srivatsa, PhD student (Mechanical Engineering) ​- 2nd Place (tie)


Undergraduate Research Symposium

 Oral Competition

    1st - Mark Lafollette (CPE-BS)

    2nd - Logan Lewis (CPE-BS)

    3rd - Katie Bauguess (CPE-BS)


Thank you for your hard work, and congratulations on this well deserved recognition!


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