CSUF News Service
Students Lauded for Outstanding Research and Creative Work
April 8, 2015
Poster award winner and undergrad Cristy Rice discusses her research on pipefish with a visitor at the Student Creative Activities and Research Day.
Student efforts in research and creative activities, a high-impact practice conducted with and under the guidance of Cal State Fullerton faculty members, were on show and honored during the April 8 Student Creative Activities and Research Day.
Graduate and undergraduate students from all eight colleges presented posters or exhibited their creative activity, with prizes awarded to top presenters. Recipients of the Outstanding Student Scholarly and Creative Activity Award, by college, are:
- Kevin Cheng, computer science
- Ashley Chui, biochemistry
- Justin Doty, economics
- Lauren DuCharme, mechanical engineering
- JudelMay Enriquez, child and adolescent studies
- Angela Gutierrez, public health
- Khang Huynh, MBA-business analytics
- Amelia Jafary and Raina Karim, English
- Aaron Jones, MFA art-drawing and painting
- Jacquelyn Moffitt, psychology
- Joshua Phillips, music
- David Rhodes, secondary education
- Ethan Richtsmeier, communicative disorders
- Jessica Valadez, biology
Outstanding Poster/Exhibit Award winners are:
- Cristy Rice, undergraduate, biological science
- Gabriel-Philip Santos, graduate student, geological sciences
- Jean Shin, graduate student, civil engineering
Cal State Fullerton strives to increase student participation in high-impact practices to promote student engagement, retention and graduation. It is part of the University's commitment to the success of all students.
Additional images from the event are online.