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Largest GSA Event To Date

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The Mikiten Forum 2014

Author: Dana Reeder | Category: Around Campus | July 07, 2014

Each year the Graduate Student Association puts on the Mikiten Research Forum, and each year it grows. The 6th Annual Research Forum this year drew the largest attendance in its history, by far, with over 150 participates, judges and guests. This could not have been done without the GSA Committee’s immense work dedicated to planning, promoting and participating in the event. Peter LoCoco, GSA President, along with Stacy Stahl, Mikaela Sifuentes, Calais Prince, Elizabeth Fucich and Sabrina Martinez-Anz coordinated every aspect of this day in honor of Dr. Terry M. Mikiten, a previous Associate Dean of the GSBS. The GSA is responsible for the organization of graduate student events and could not exist without the voluntary efforts of students who understand the importance of giving back to their university community, especially when their time is extremely limited. Without their desire to extend their time and talents, this event would not experience continued success. 

Thank you GSA for an incredible event and for all the hours you gave to your graduate school community!

The winners this year were:

Best Graduate Student Poster:

First Place: Blaine McGuire

Second Place: David Aguilar

Best Postdoctoral Fellow Poster:

First Place: Sonya Bierbower

Second Place: Nathaniel Clark

Best 1st Year Graduate Student/Undergraduate Poster:

Blanca Hernandez-Uribe and Aysha Demeler

Best Oral Presentation:

Michael Eskander

If you have any comments or ideas for next year, please see your GSA officers.

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