2014Awards

2014 Awards

2014 Student Research Symposium
April 23 & 24, 2014

The 2014 Student Research Symposium highlighted student research taking place across campus.  54 graduate and undergraduate posters were presented.  Judges determined Best in Category and Overall winners, and the general public determined the People's Choice awards for graduate and undergraduate student posters. 

Overall Winners - Graduate

First Place Second Place Third Place
David Brankovits Kayla Kunza Sarah Piwetz/Fahad Al Senafi
Marine Biology Maritime Administration Marine Biology/Oceanography

People's Choice Award - Graduate

David Brankovits - Marine Biology

Best in Category - Graduate

Category First Place Second Place Third Place
Marine Biology David Brankovits Sarah Piwetz Nathan Johnson
Marine Science Kirsten Stokes Jeff Frazier
Oceanography Fahad Al Senafi Alicia Shepard Paul Laverty
Maritime Systems Engineering Nicholas West
Maritime Administration Kayla Kunza

Overall Winners - Undergraduate

First Place Second Place Third Place
Jacob Ransom Keaton Adams
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Pearson Smith, Andrew Moore, David Zghaib
Oscar Tobacia, Diego Laris, Dustin Roberts, Daniel Wright
Marine Science Marine Biology/Marine Engineering Technology Maritime Systems Engineering

People's Choice Award - Undergraduate

Peter Charbonnet, Peter Edwards, Christopher Ketay, Jose Arreola - Marine Engineering Technology

Best in Category Winners - Undergraduate

Category First Place Second Place Third Place
Marine Science Jacob Ransom Derek Cunningham, Charles Rowland, Tim Chomiak Issac Johnston
Marine Biology Keaton Adams Marissa Oldiges Edward Germany
Maritime Systems Engineering Oscar Tobacia, Diego Laris, Dustin Roberts, Daniel Wright Stephen Schaaf, Robert Tyler, Dillon Goggans
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Robert Tyler
Blake Wilder
Marine Engineering Technology Pearson Smith, Andrew Moore, David Zghaib Samuel Epps, Chris Morrow, Devlin Joubert, Carlos Ybarra, Cruz Rivera Peter Charbonnet, Peter Edwards, Christopher Ketay, Jose Arreola
Maritime Administration Taylor Farrell
Maritime Studies Jaclyn Davis
Ocean and Coastal Resources Brandon Hill