School of Graduate Studies

School of Graduate Studies
School of Graduate Studies

Wow - Heat 2 continues to impress

Who said being a judge is easy.  Our ten participants today did another fantastic job of presenting their research to us all.  Once again disciplines across faculties were well represented.

Congratulations go to Jasmine Buddingh (Chemistry), Sawyer Hogenkamp (Education), Judith Ebegbulem (Chemical Engineering) and Jo-Ellen Worden (Law) who will be going through to the final next week.

Our thanks again to the Campus Bookstore for providing our prizes and to our judges - Nathalie Soini (Queen's University Library), Barb Lotan (Office of Human Rights and Equity) and Miguel Hahn (Career Services)

Heat 2 participants

Heat 2 Participants (L-R): Loretta Idowu (Chemical Engineering), Ting Li (Managment), Kayla Dettinger (History), Sawyer Hogenkamp (Education), Judith Ebegbulem (Chemical Engineering), Shamik Sen (Neuroscience), Gillian Thiel (Geography), Jasmine Buddingh (Chemistry), Melissa Munoz (Astrophysics & Astonomy), Jo-Ellen Worden (Law)

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