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In Photos: Research Symposium Poster Session

SOCORRO, N.M. April 13, 2012 -- The inaugural Student Research Symposium at New Mexico Tech was a resounding success, with hundreds of visitors attended the morning poster session and an afternoon full of talks.

More than 80 students participated, with 24 posters and 18 talks. The list of attendees included high school groups, parents, faculty, staff and community members. The presentations represented almost every academic department, ranging from one freshmen project to graduate level research.

Here are pictures from the morning poster session:


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George Egert of the Materials Engineering Department talks to a group of high school students.

Cody Champion (in a tie) talks to fellow Tech students at his poster.

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Anntherese Romero (center) explains her biology research. Romero recently won an award at the INBRE Conference in Santa Fe for her work.


Stephanie Nance talks about her chemistry poster.




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The Mechanical Engineering Department was well represented in both the poster session and the afternoon talks.

Dr. Mary Dezember (left) spearheaded the team that organized and staged Friday's event.

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Rick Cosentino, graduate student in physics, was among the volunteer reviewers, which also included faculty, alumni and professionals.


Biology student Lindsay Snyder (left) was among the few students who presented both a poster and a talk.



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Dr. Mark Samuel of the Psychology Department talks to Anntherese Romero about her poster.



The poster session was especially busy, with student presenters explaining their work continuously for 2 1/2 hours.


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Mark McCoy of the Physics Department discusses his research.


A team of electrical engineers presented their work to develop a probe to measure the electron density of plasma in the lower ionosphere.

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Robert Johnston (left), graduate student in biology, talks with Vice President Dr. Peter Gerity, who volunteered to be a reviewer.

Geology graduate student Maureen Moore-Roth (right) discusses her work with a group of interested visitors.

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Chemistry student Kenna Jackson at her poster.

Cody Champion at his poster.

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The Fidel Center ballroom stayed full all morning.


Student researchers talking about their work.


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