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CES Awards

Students and their projects will be judged based on presentation skills, clarity, and design of their chosen presentation format (i.e. poster, digital video/photograph montage, etc.). There will be monetary awards given to first, second, and third place winners.

2017 CES Award Winners

  • 1st Place: Theodore Agbemaple, Vanessa Saldana, Amie Kahovec and Nicholas Casas (Poster #408): Examining the Effects of a Mentor Centered Tutoring Program
  • 2nd Place (tie): Michael Tackes, Casey Trent, and Mike Sooley (Poster #405): Growing Concern; Betsania Salgado, Ainsley Galvez, Estefani Rosas-Almanza, Talia Barreto, and Xavier Gonzalez (Poster #407): Latinos in Higher Education
  • 3rd Place: Richard Arnold, Sam Wrzesinski, Kylie Moran, Candy Melara, and Brooke Buttacavoli (Poster #400): Huskie Food Pantry

Descriptions of each of these projects are available in the URAD/CES 2017 Program.