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TAMUG Hosts 18th Annual Student Research Symposium    

By Evan Kinslow

Left to Right: Christian B. Pryor, Lucie E. Hartman, Kiara K. Carrasco, Evan Kinslow and Julianna Trapp

Left to Right: Christian B. Pryor, Lucie E. Hartman, Kiara K. Carrasco, Evan Kinslow and Julianna Trapp

Texas A&M-Galveston hosted its 18th annual Student Research Symposium April 18-20 on the second floor of the ASEC building.

Students from all majors presented their research, which included class projects, engineering senior designs, undergraduate posters  and graduate oral presentations, or  “lightning talks.” 

Projects were judged by faculty from every department using a 50-point rubric. 

Undergraduate research was presented in one of three categories which included “Business, Management, Policy, and Social Science,” “Ocean and Earth Science” and “Life Science.” Over 60 projects were presented during the two-day symposium. 

Winners were announced at the Awards Ceremony on Wednesday. A full list of awardees can be found on the Symposium website: https://www.tamug.edu/research/symposium/

Disclosure: The writer of this article participated in the Symposium.

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