We17: Rapid Fire Research Presentation Competition Finalists

The Rapid Fire is a research presentation competition that takes place at the annual conference, with both undergraduate and graduate divisions. The session name comes from the short length of the talks, only 4 minutes! This format challenges finalists to present their technical work clearly and succinctly to a panel of industry and academia judges from across engineering disciplines. The top 10 finalists were selected this summer to compete at We17 in Austin. After a competitive selection process, they represent top graduate and undergraduate  research!

Congratulations to our graduate finalists:
Amy Van Asselt, University of Wisconsin
Sarah Beauchamp, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Sarah Garrow, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Divya Kernik, University of California, Davis
Priyanka Sarker, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Kazi Tasneem, Vanderbilt University
Lisa Volpatti, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sarah Watzman, The Ohio State University
Jill Wenderott, University of Michigan
Rana Soltani Zarrin, Texas A&M University

Congratulations to our undergraduate finalists:
Jessica Bilskie, Milwaukee School of Engineering
Alena Casella, University of Akron
Eileen Choe, Loyola Marymount University
Marlyn Garcia, The University of Texas at El Paso
Leah Kaplan, University of Arizona
Margarita Kovalchuk, California State University, Sacramento
Chanel Manzanillo, California State University Sacramento
Julia Miao, Cornell University
Elizabeth Tan, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Asena Yildiz, University of California, Berkeley

Rapid Fire awards are made possibly by our sponsor, Praxair. Check out their career opportunities and why to work at Praxair!

Come see these students present at We17:
Rapid Fire: Graduate Students — Thursday, Oct 26, 2:15pm-3:15pm, Room 5
Rapid Fire: Undergraduate Students —  Saturday, 11:15am-12:15pm, Room 19A

 

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