CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – Students at Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi presented their research at the fourth annual Marine Science Graduate Student Organization (MSGSO) Student Research Forum on December 3 at the Harte Research Institute.
Presentations ranged from past, present, and future research and consisted of short and long oral, and poster presentations. Undergraduates were also given the opportunity to present their research at the forum.
“This year, we really wanted to expand our invitation to the undergraduates,” said Kathryn Mendenhall, event coordinator and Vice President of MSGSO. “In the future, we hope to expand it to a university-wide research forum. We’ve had very high numbers in attendance and participants this year, and in addition, we were able to get sponsorships and monetary awards for some of the presenters.”
Sponsors included the Gulf Estuarine Research Society, the Harte Research Institute, and the College of Science and Engineering.
Awards were presented in the following categories:
Graduate Student Oral
Graduate Student Poster:
Undergraduate Student Oral:
Undergraduate Student Poster: