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Congratulations OILS Expo Winners

by Patricia Campbell on 2019-05-28T10:21:52-06:00 in OILS | Comments

On Friday, April 26th the Organization, Information, and Learning Sciences (OILS) program hosted its annual OILS Expo in Zimmerman Library. OILS Expo 2019 included 29 participants - Undergraduate, Masters, and Ph.D. students from the OILS program - presenting research and design projects covering a wide range of topics.

The OILS Expo is an important part of the curriculum, providing students the opportunity to gain valuable experience presenting their work in a professional setting. Student participants received feedback about their research from colleagues, faculty members, and field professionals.

Mark Emmons, Associate Dean of Public Services and OILS Professor commented, “the OILS Expo is always one of my favorite events of the year because I get to speak to our students as they showcase their knowledge and the research they have conducted. Our students are so creative and their work has such practical applications that I am always left impressed.”

photo of people at the OILS Expo

All attendees were asked to vote for their favorite posters, and the winners were as follows:

OILS Expo 2019 Award Winners

Best Bachelors poster… Tara Rodarte, A Glimpse into the World of Alternative Media Creation

Best Conceptual poster… Lindsey White, Dual Role Identity & Role Strain Among Physician Clinician Educators

Best Design poster… Manuel Jimenez, Developing a Machine Learning Model to Predict Social Injustice

Best Research poster… Michelle Albro, Rita Benedict, and Jessica McMahan, Fostering Inclusion in Education and Office Environments

 

We congratulate our OILS Expo winners on this achievement, and thank all those who participated for their great work! 

 

 

 


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