Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA) Research Day

Graduate and Professional Student Association

GPSA's 13th Annual Graduate Research Day

The Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA) hosted the 13th Annual Graduate Research Day with the support from the Division of Research and Graduate College. Here are winners:

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Category

Subhosit Ray
Steven Soini

Social Science, Language, and Psychology Category

Matthew Patterson
Isabella Cipollone-Movilla


CLICK HERE FOR THE RECAP FROM THE 2021 GPSA RESEARCH DAY:

12th-Annual Graduate Research Day Recap

FAU's Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA) hosted the 21th-Annual Graduate Research Day as an online, virtual competition with support from the Division of Research, Division of Student Affairs, Student Government, and the Graduate College. The competition was open to graduate students from all academic disciplines, and provided them with the opportunity to present their research to esteemed faculty judges from all disciplines. The adjudicating team selected winners, and those graduate students earned scholarship prizes. Here are the Winners of the 21th-Annual GPSA Research Day per category:

Biological and Chemical Sciences
Toluleke Famuyiwa (1st place)
Majedul Islam (2nd place)
 
Physical Sciences and Mathematics
Amish Mishra (1st place)
Emmanuel Fleurantin (2nd place)
 
Health and Life Sciences
Maral Darya (1st place)
Sabina Fridman (2nd place)
 
Engineering
Andrew Steinberg (1st place)
Md Alamgir Kabir (2nd place)
 
Arts, Education, and Social Sciences
Jasmine Chan (1st place)

CLICK HERE FOR THE RECAP FROM THE 2020 GPSA RESEARCH DAY:

11th-Annual Graduate Research Day Recap

 

FAU's Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA) hosted the 11th-Annual Graduate Research Day as an online, virtual competition with support from the Division of Research, Division of Student Affairs, Student Government, and the Graduate College. The competition was open to graduate students from all academic disciplines and provided them with the opportunity to present their research to esteemed faculty judges from all disciplines. The adjudicating team selected winners, and those graduate students earned scholarship prizes. Here are the Winners of the 11th-Annual GPSA Research Day per category:

Biological and Chemical Sciences
Steven Lombardo (1st place)
Chris Mauer (2nd place)
 
Physical Sciences and Mathematics
Panagiota Galanakou (1st place)
Nandini Singh (2nd place)
 
Health and Life Sciences
Czdari Lee (1st place)
Joshua Torres (2nd place)
 
Engineering
Sandhya Sharma (1st place)
Andrew Steinberg (2nd place)
 
Arts, Education, and Social Sciences
Amir Koleini (1st place)
Hanna Mielke-Maday (2nd place)

CLICK HERE FOR THE RECAP FROM THE 2019 GPSA RESEARCH DAY:

10th-Annual GPSA Graduate Research Day Winners

  • Haidee Cano,  M.S.W. candidate, Social Work (Community Engagement Award)
  • Elizabeth Lago,  M.S. candidate, Environmental Science (Community Engagement Award)
  • Oscar Lopez,  Ph.D. candidate, Mathematics
  • Emily Stark,  Ph.D. candidate, Experimental Psychology
  • Daniel Alempijevic,  Ph.D. candidate, Integrative Biology
  • Krystyna Powell,  M.S.candidate, Biological Sciences
  • Dorota Tokmina-Roszyk,  PhD. candidate, Integrative Biology
  • Kirstie Tandberg,  Ph.D. candidate, Integrative Biology
  • Negar Firoozi,  Ph.D. candidate, Mechanical Engineering
  • Sandhya Sharma,  Ph.D. candidate, Electrical Engineering
  • Hallee Meltzer,  M.S. candidate, Environmental Science
  • Jennifer Percival,  Ph.D. candidate, Educational Leadership & Research Methodology
  • Stephanie Howery,  M.S. candidate, Speech Language Pathology Audiology

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2019 CONFERENCE OF FLORIDA GRADUATE SCHOOLS

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Accommodations

If reasonable accommodation(s) for a disability is required, contact GPSA at GPSA@fau.edu. Please make your needs known at least five days prior to the event for effective accommodations.