A&M-Commerce Students Receive Awards at TAMU System Pathways Symposium

Nov 27, 2017 No Comments by
A&M-Commerce Students Receive Awards at TAMU System Pathways Symposium

Forty-one students from A&M-Commerce recently attended the Texas A&M University System’s 14th Annual Pathways Symposium, hosted by Tarleton State University, and thirteen of those received research awards.

The Symposium is open to all Texas A&M University System students, with separate categories for undergraduate, master’s and doctoral level research. The Symposium provides students the chance to showcase their research efforts, network with faculty, gain exposure to graduate and post-graduate opportunities, and form lasting collaborative relationships for future research.

First place winners include Moyosore Odebiyi, graduate student in Business & Computer Information Systems; Mengzhe Chen, graduate student in Mathematics; and Shiraz Khan, graduate student in Physical Science.

Second place winners include Noor Faisal, an undergraduate Agriculture major; Sona Grigoryan, a graduate student in Business & Computer Information Systems; Vidhi Goti, a graduate student in Education; and Nobel Chowdhury, a graduate student in Life Science.

Third place winners include Ajogu Idoko-Akoh, a graduate student in Business & Computer Information Systems; Gaurav Dhurandhar, a graduate student in Education; Raney Cortez, an undergraduate Education major; Tsitsi Msabaeka, a graduate student in Mathematics; Sam Kaiser, an undergraduate Physical Science major; and Jodi Nicholson, a PhD student in the Humanities and Social Science department.

In order to assist students with their presentations at the 2017 Pathways Symposium, A&M-Commerce also covered the costs of travelling and printing students’ posters.

“I’m extremely proud of the work our students are doing,” said Dr. Shonda Gibson, Associate Provost for Institutional Effectiveness & Research and SACSCOC Accreditation Liaison. “We are facilitating personal and professional development opportunities to students that otherwise might not have the opportunity to participate in events like this.”

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