Congratulations to the Geology & Geophysics student winners at the GGGSC Research Symposium
Apr 18, 2017
Congratulations to all the Geology & Geophysics students who won an award at the 2017 GGGSC Research Symposium!
The Geology & Geophysics Graduate Student Council (GGGSC) hosted their 10th annual Student Research Symposium on March 30, 2017 in Rudder Tower. Every spring semester, the leadership positions in the GGGSC run a research symposium which includes oral presentations and poster presentations for both graduate students and undergraduate students in the Department of Geology & Geophysics. Various undergraduate and graduate students not only present, but volunteer at the symposium throughout the day. Faculty members and guest judges from various industries, judge the presentations with a grading rubric that is then scored.
The 2017 Annual GGGSC Research Symposium winners for the four categories are listed below:
Graduate Completed Research – Oral Presentations:
1st – Kaytan Kelkar
2nd – Roy Bowling
3rd – Zihui Gao
Graduate Completed Research – Poster Presentations:
1st – Autumn Eakin
2nd – Tyler Ruchala
3rd – John Phillips
Graduate Proposed Research – Poster Presentations:
1st – Raquel Granados-Aguilar
2nd – Justin Estep
3rd – Samuel Price
Undergraduate Research – Poster Presentations:
1st – Oluwaseyifunmitan Olaniyi-Sholanke
2nd – Sarah Giles
3rd – Connor Lofton
Congratulations to all the winners of the 10th Annual GGGSC Symposium!
The GGGSC would like to thank all of the presenters, judges, and volunteers that contributed to the symposium, as well as the Berg-Hughes Center.
The GGGSC is also very grateful for the generous support provided for the Student Research Symposium by BHP Billiton, Marathon Oil, BP, and Chevron.
To view the 2017 GGGSC Student Research Symposium Technical Program, click here