Graduate students display research at annual fair

In observation of Missouri Graduate Education Week (April 19 to 23), The Graduate School at the University of Missouri–St. Louis and Sigma Xi, the scientific research society, held their annual Graduate Research Fair on Tuesday.

Forty-five doctoral and master’s degree students displayed poster presentations of their research in the Century Rooms at the Millennium Student Center. The fair allows graduate students to present their scholarly and creative work to faculty, staff, administrators, students, family members and the community. Visitors interact with the presenters directly, and the work is judged by a faculty panel.

Sigma Xi Award
Laurel Mydock, PhD chemistry

Natural Sciences
Sneha Ranade, PhD chemistry (1st place)
Teresa Bandrowsky, PhD chemistry (2nd place)
Supratik Dutta and Sudeshna Roy, both PhD chemistry (3rd place)

Social Sciences
Emily Silverman, PhD psychology (1st place)
Jodi Heaps, PhD psychology (2nd place)
Katherine Hadlandsmyth, PhD psychology (3rd place)

Master’s Student Division
Jackson Foote, MA communication, and Elizabeth Yee, MA English (1st place)
Annie Harmon, MS Gerontology (3rd place)

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