25 Apr 2013 Graduate School and Research
A&M-Commerce has won and brought home the “traveling” award for having the most winners at the 10th Annual TAMUS Pathways Student Research Symposium. It was held November 9-10, 2012 at Texas A&M University at Galveston. There were 291 student poster entries and 48 oral presentations from all of the TAMU System Institutions participating. 97 A&M-Commerce Students Attended, as well as 13 faculty members who served as judges. We received the traveling award for the most winners, a total of 8 winners overall. The following are the student winners and the type of session they competed in.
Poster Session Winners –
Undergraduate, Top 5%: Sravan Vemuri, Life Science; Marshall Joyce, Life Science
Master’s, Top 5%: Ashjan Khalel, Life Science; Katie Shipman, Soc. Sci.-Humanities
Oral Session Winners –
Master’s: Vince Liberato, Alexandra Pirkle
Doctoral: Andrew Spencer, Michelle Tvete