Materials Science and Engineering Student Earns Award at Research Symposium

Aditya Ayyagari, a Materials Science and Engineering graduate student, took third place in the Science, Technology, Engineering & Math category at the Graduate Student Research Symposium at Texas Woman’s University April 8. 

More than 50 graduate students from the University of North Texas, Texas Woman's University and Texas A&M-Commerce presented research in the form of poster presentations and competed for cash awards during the symposium, sponsored by the Federation of North Texas Area UniversitiesThis annual event gives graduate students the opportunity to share their research and network with students and faculty from each of the three participating Federation universities. 

Ayyagari took second place award at last year’s symposium, as well as first place for poster presentation at the 6th North Texas Inter-University Symposium on Materials Science and Engineering.

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