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Student Researchers to Represent Campus at Statewide Contest

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Ten Cal State Fullerton student researchers from across disciplines will represent the University during the 30th annual California State University Research Competition April 29-30 at Cal State Bakerfield. The researchers were selected during a campuswide contest held in February.

Graduate students competing during the statewide competition:

  • Hussein Al-barazanchi of Fullerton, computer science
  • Jose Arevalo of Placentia, kinesiology
  • Joris Hoogsteder of Santa Ana, music-composition/theory
  • Shawn Ricardo of Fullerton, computer science
  • Aditya Vamala of Fullerton, mechanical engineering

Undergraduate competitors:

  • Savannah Lewis of Placentia, senior, biochemistry
  • Michael Mann of Santa Ana, senior, civil engineering
  • Robert Ontiveros of Brea, senior, biological science
  • Elizabeth Sanchez of Fullerton, senior, sociology
  • Julianne Truong of Corona, senior, biochemistry

Cal State Fullerton students have a record of bringing home honors in the statewide competition. Last year, Titans brought home one first place and two second-place finishes; in the 2014 contest, CSUF competitors brought home four first-place and two second-place honors.