Texas A&M University-Kingsville Winners from 13th Javelina Research Symposium listed
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Winners from 13th Javelina Research Symposium listed

Posted on Tuesday, May 21, 2019

KINGSVILLE (May 21, 2019) — Texas A&M University-Kingsville hosted the 13th Javelina Research Symposium this spring semester.

 

            The winners in the undergraduate category were

 

First place: Francheska Garcia, a senior psychology major from Kingsville. Mentor: Dr. Richard Miller; Project: The Effects of Religiosity and Parenting Styles on Body Dysmorphic Disorder

 

Second place: Cristian Toren, a junior chemical engineering major from Corpus Christi. Mentor: Dr. Alberto Lopez-Manriquez; Project: Two Phase Flow

 

Third place: Jessica Gonzalez, a senior kinesiology major from Corpus Christi. Mentor: Dr. Amber Shipherd; Project: Body Esteem in College Students: The Influence of Psychosocial and Demographic Variables

 

            The winners in the master’s degree category were

 

First place: Nnana Edmund, a plant and soil science major from Nigeria. Mentor: Dr. Ambrose Anoruo; Project: Effects of Superabsorbent Polymer-Soil Interaction on Plant Growth, Development, Water Use Efficiency and Soil Leachate

 

Second place: Jemilade Longe, an electrical engineering student from Nigeria. Mentor: Dr. Gahangir Hossain; Project: A Novel and Improved Implementation of Image Steganography Via DCT Compression

 

Third place: Kaitlyn Garcia, a chemistry major from Rockport. Mentor: Dr. Christine Hahn; Project: Studies on Various Reaction Parameters to Increase Efficiency of the Palladium Catalyzed Hydroarylation of Acetylene

 

            The winners in the doctoral degree category were

 

First Place: Srikanth Bashetty, a sustainable energy systems engineering major from India. Mentor: Dr. XueWei Zhang; Project: Optimal Planning of Battery-Powered Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Network

 

Second Place: Aramide Akintunde, an environmental engineering major from Nigeria. Mentor: Dr. David Ramirez; Project: Applications of the Membrane Contactor Technology in Air Quality Field-A Review

 

Third Place: Abdullah Al Hadi, a sustainable energy systems engineering major from Bangladesh. Mentor: Dr. Rajab Challoo; Project: Design and Simulation of Solid-State Transformer

 

-TAMUK-

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