SESSION 1
Mathematics and Computer & Information Sciences

1st Place
Muralidharan Dhanakoti – Computer & Information Sciences

2nd Place
Francisco Hernandez – Computer & Information Sciences

3rd Place
Xidong Zheng – Computer & Information Sciences
 
SESSION 2
Physical Sciences and Engineering

1st Place
Kipp Carlisle – Materials Science & Engineering

2nd Place
Jin Zuo – Biomedical Engineering

3rd Place
Latisha Salaam – Biomedical Engineering
 
SESSION 3
Life Sciences

1st Place
Valerie Meyers – Pathology

2nd Place
Erin Arnold – Pathology

3rd Place
Thomas Whisenhunt – Cell Biology
 
SESSION 4
Life Sciences

1st Place
Jesse Max Hunter – Cell Biology

2nd Place
Alok Mulky – Microbiology

3rd Place
Craig Rowell – Toxicology
 
SESSION 5
Arts and Humanities

1st Place
Dina Hagler – English

2nd Place
Jonathan Huffstutler – English

3rd Place
Adrian Smythies – Art History
 
SESSION 6
Social and Behavioral Sciences

1st Place
Luke Stoeckel – Medical/Clinical Psychology

2nd Place
Maria Hopkins – Lifespan Developmental Psychology

3rd Place
Leigh Willis – Medical Sociology
 
SESSION 7
Life Sciences

1st Place
Frank Camacho – Biology

2nd Place
Marcus Padow – Microbiology

3rd Place
Torey Combs – Pathology
 
SESSION 8
Life Sciences

1st Place
T. Scott Isbell – Integrative Biomedical Sciences

2nd Place
Jack Crawford – Pathology

3rd Place
Patrick Erwin – Biology
 
SESSION 9
Physical Sciences and Engineering

1st Place
Anish Anthony – Electrical and Computer Engineering

2nd Place
Brad Bingert – Materials Engineering

3rd Place
Maria Advincula – Biomedical Engineering

SESSION 10
Mathematics and Computer & Information Sciences

1st Place
Zhijie Guan – Computer & Information Sciences

2nd Place
Suman Roychoudhury – Computer & Information Sciences
3rd Place
Vijay Velusamy – Computer & Information Sciences

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