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C&PE Undergraduate Research Award Results

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

The results of the C&PE Spring Undergraduate Research Awards are in!

First place will go to Vikram Lakhanpal  

​Second place to Sebastian Gonzalo Huayamares Moreno 

​and Third place to Bridgette Befort

Along with the recognition, these three students will each receive award certificates and a cash award. 

More about these award winners:

Vikram graduated over the weekend with his Bachelor's of Engineering Physics. 

Sebastian will be a senior this fall. He is double majoring in Chemical Engineering with a Biomedical focus and Math plus he is working on a minor in Business. 

Bridgette will be a senior this fall majoring in Chemical Engineering. 

All three of these students are/were part of the Honors Certificate program and have/will complete their Research Experience Certificates as well. 

Congratulations to these very busy and successful students!

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