Students Present at Graduate Research Interaction Day 2013

Students Present at Graduate Research Interaction Day 2013

The Graduate Student Government organization hosted the annual Graduate Research Interaction Day (GRID) on April 10, 2013. The purpose of GRID is to create the opportunity for graduate students to share research, obtain valuable faculty and peer feedback, and hone their conference presentation skills.

The GRID was composed of three sessions of presentations. Students within each session had various themes including Modeling and Simulation, Novel Technology in the 21st Century, Pushing the Boundaries of Science, Science of the Cell, Addressing Environmental and Energy Issues, Smart Computer and Computer Science, Politics/Public Policy and more.

Dr. Patrick O'Shea, the Chief Reseach Officer at the University of Maryland, gave remarks during the lunch hour.

The student winners of the Graduate Research Interaction Day 2013 were:

Session 1
Theme Type Name Place
Health Poster Caroling Pugh First
Science of the Cell and Novel Technology in the 21st Century Poster Deborah Hemingway First
Culture, Literature and Society Oral Jade Olson First
Culture, Literature and Society Oral Na-Yeun Choi Second
Expressing Identities and Culturally Influenced Interactions Oral Jennifer Johnson First
 Health Oral Daisy Le First
Health Oral Chad Perman Second
Human Behavior and the Cognitive Mind Oral Hyoshin Park First
Modeling and Simulation Oral Long Nguyen First
Modeling and Simulation Oral Joseph Paulson Second
Novel Technology in the 21st Century Oral Kevin Anderson First
Novel Technology in the 21st Century Oral Tracie Severson Second
Politics/Public Policy Oral Kathleen Hoyer First
Politics/Public Policy Oral Erin Moody Second
Pushing the Boundaries of Science Oral John Biddle First
Pushing the Boundaries of Science Oral Joseph Garrett First
Science of the Cell Oral Lindsey Vansandt First
Human Behavior and the Cognitive Mind Poster Melissa Stockbridge First

 

Session 2
Theme Type Name Place
 Health Poster Ryan (Tsung-Yu) Wu First
Human Behavior and the Cognitive Mind Poster Amy Fuhrmann and Katherine Ross (co-authors) First
Human Behavior and the Cognitive Mind Poster Rodolphe Gentili Second
Pushing the Boundaries of Science Poster Sylvia Zhu First
Science of the Cell Poster Nancy Liu First
Addressing Environmental and Energy Issues Oral Megan Brown First
Addressing Environmental and Energy Issues Oral Maia Tatinclaux Second
Education: Pedagogy and Learning Oral Adam Richards First
Education: Pedagogy and Learning Oral Yuichi Suzuki Second
Human Behavior and the Cognitive Mind Oral Lesley Sand First
Human Behavior and the Cognitive Mind Oral Aline Hitti Second
Modeling and Simulation Oral Subhasis Muhkerjee First
Novel Technology in the 21st Century Oral Jonathan Mizrahi First
Politics/Public Policy Oral Michael Steudeman First
Pushing the Boundaries of Science Oral Alexander Forde First
Pushing the Boundaries of Science Oral Eric Hoppmann First
Science of the Cell Oral Urszula Nowicka First
Smart Computers and Computer Science Oral Michael Lam First
Urban Studies, Sustainable Development, and Globalization Oral Jennifer Salazar First
Urban Studies, Sustainable Development, and Globalization Oral Shweta Gaonkar First
Exploring our Physical Environment Poster Megan McConnell First
Education: Pedagogy and Learningnd Urban Studies Poster Jatia Wrighten First
Expressing Identities and Culturally Influenced Interactions Poster Kendall Concini First
Expressing Identities and Culturally Influenced Interactions Poster Jenessa Malin First

 

Session 3
Theme Type Name Place
Expressing Identities and Culturally Influenced Interactions Oral Thomas McCloskey First
Expressing Identities and Culturally Influenced Interactions Oral Jessica Lu Second
Modeling and Simulation Oral Mohammad Alizadeh Nomeli First
Modeling and Simulation Oral Huashuai Qu Second
Pushing the Boundaries of Science Oral Rashmish Mishra First
Urban Studies, Sustainable Development, and Globalization Oral Naka Matsumoto First
Urban Studies, Sustainable Development, and Globalization Oral Michael Maness First
 Health Poster Greg Raspanti First
 Health Poster Arnetta Fletcher Second
Education: Pedagogy and Learning Oral Katherine Muenks First
Education: Pedagogy and Learning Oral Jason Yip Second
Human Behavior and the Cognitive Mind Oral Leslie Rollins First
Addressing Environmental and Energy Issues Oral Anupam Anand First
Addressing Environmental and Energy Issues Oral William Gibbons Second
Science of the Cell Oral Katherine Fenstermacher First
Science of the Cell Oral Halli Sigal Second
Health Poster Greg Raspanti First
Health Poster Arnetta Fletcher Second
Addressing Environmental and Energy Issues, Exploring our Physical Environement, Expressing Identities and Culturally Influenced Interactions Poster Whitney Gaches First
Modeling and Simulation, Science of the Cell, and Urban Studies Poster Arefeh Nasri First

 

For more information, visit: http://gsg.umd.edu/grid

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