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Student Research Symposium

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The First Annual SRS was a huge success!

Approximately 500 people signed in, and our winning profession Dr. Linda Ballou sent 78 of her students to the SRS, and won her choice of class room and time next fall!

 

Summary of 2011 NMT Student Reserach Symposium

    • Total Registrants - 491
      • Total NMT students (includes participants) - 389
      • Number of NMT student participants - 81

    • Faculty who served as Research Advisors - 25
      • Snezna Rogelj (Biology) Research Advisor – most teams advised 4

    • Total Reviewers
      • Faculty who served as Reviewers - 13
      • Graduate students who served as Reviewers - 11
      • Staff who served as Reviewers - 0
      • Alumni who served as Reviewers - 3

    • High School student attendees - 34
      • Farmington - 29
      • MESA Gallup - 7 

    • Faculty and staff registration
      • NMT faculty 16 registered probably 25 total
      • NMT staff members 14 registered

    • PR
      • 115 students heard from Faculty Advisors
      • 238 heard from instructors
      • Lynda Ballou, the instructor who influenced the most students to attend, 78 students

    • Majors who participated and number of presentations (based on Research Advisors)
      • Biology (7), Chemistry (7), Mechanical Engineering (7), Electrical Engineering (3), Physics (3), Civil & Environmental Engineering (2), Computer Science & Engineering (2), Earth & Environmental Science (2), Chemical Engineering/Biology (1), Living Learning Community/Civil & Environmental Engineering (1), Materials Engineering (1), Math (1).

    • Total Presentations - 38
      • Total NMT presentations 37
      • 1 High School presenter – Senior Division Place Winner of the 2012 New Mexico Junior Academy of Science Scientific Paper Competition
      • 0 High School presenters from New Mexico Science and Engineering Fair (6 invited – the Grand Award Winners)
      • Total Poster Presentations 24
      • Total Oral Presentations 14


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For more information, contact Dr. Mary Dezember at dezember@nmt.edu
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