Nine CSUN students traveled to San Luis Obispo to present at the 31st Annual Student Research Competition

I am on my way to participate in statewide research competition which will be held in Calpoly San Luis Obispo

CSUN selected and sending 9 contestants. I am the first doctoral candidate in CSUN history to present a research in the 31st Annual Student Research Competition . Very exiting to present an unknown topic on MENASWA

31st Annual Student Research Competition

May 2, 2017

Nine CSUN students traveled to San Luis Obispo to present at the 31st Annual Student Research Competition held April 28th-29th! 
Three students won top placements in their sessions!
  • 1st Place: Julia Dandurand, Mathematics graduate student, presented: On Book Crossing Numbers of the Complete Graph
  • 2nd Place: Sa La Kim, Biology undergraduate student, presented: 1TGA1 is a Novel Biomarker and Therapeutic Target for Blocking Stemness in pancreatic Cancer
  • 2nd Place: Maya Wax Cavallaro, Linguistics graduate student, presented: Singing for its Life: Verbal arts and internet technology in Unangam Tunuu revitalization
  • Areli Castrejon, Physics undergraduate student, presented: The Photoelectric Instability in Debris Disks: Planets or Just Gas?
  • Soraya Fallah, Education Leadership and Policy Studies graduate student, presented: Experiences of Middle Eastern, North African, and Southwest Asian (MENASWA) Families of Children with Disabilities in the United States Special Education System
  • Miguel Hernandez, English undergraduate student, presented: Uncovering the Real: Gerald Vizenor's Postindian Warrior
  • Gelareh Jahangiri, Engineering Management graduate student, presented: A Proactive Risk Assessment Framework to Enhance Patient Safety in Operating Rooms
  • David Kanoasamoa, Mass Communications graduate student, presented: Concussed: The American Dream
  • Sargis Karavardanyan, Political Science graduate student, presented: The Partisan and Ideological Impact on Environmental Policy Among American Voters
RGS congratulates all CSUN students who participated in this statewide competition


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