Grad Students Take Home Travel Grants During Career Conference

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Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 Career, Research, and Innovation Development Conference Poster Competition.

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Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 Career, Research, and Innovation Development Conference Poster Competition. 

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In mid February, both on-campus and online graduate students from Georgia Tech competed in the annual Career, Research, and Innovation Development Conference (CRIDC) Poster Competition. 

The following students won travel grants ranging from $500 to $2,000:

On-campus Student Honors

Provost's Awards ($2,000)

  • Bettina Arkhurst, Mechanical Engineering
  • Nivedita Arora, Computer Science
  • Marisa Cepeda, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • James Kelvin, Biomedical Engineering
  • Scott Schoen Jr., Mechanical Engineering

Executive Vice President for Research Awards ($2,000)

  • Camila Apablaza, Public Policy 
  • Leigh Huffman, City and Regional Planning
  • Brian Khau, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
  • Yao Ma, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
  • Narayan Shirolkar, Materials Science and Engineering
  • Rachel Stuck, Psychology

College of Computing Awards ($1,500)

  • Farnaz Behrang, Computer Science
  • Chirag Jain, Computational Science and Engineering
  • Miranda Parker, Human-Centered Computing

College of Engineering Awards ($1,500)

  • Seleipiri Charles, Bioengineering
  • Sourabh Jha, Mechanical Engineering
  • Neha Kondekar, Materials Science and Engineering
  • Mariah Schrum, Robotics
  • Jianfeng Zhou, Environmental Engineering

College of Science Awards ($1,500)

  • Giorgio Morbioli, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • Chase Rock, Applied Physiology 
  • Hemaa Selvakumar, Physics
  • Anne Marie Sweeney Jones, Chemistry and Biochemistry

R. Fenton-May Fulbright Award ($1,000)

  • Jana Boerger, Machine Learning

Environmental Impact Award ($500)

  • Aditi Khirbat, Materials Science and Engineering

Diversity Award ($500)

  • Brianna Tomlinson, Human-Centered Computing

Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts Graduate Essay Contest Awards

  • Karl Grindal, Public Policy ($1,500)
  • Mario Bianchini (History and Sociology of Technology and Science), Daniel Schiff (Public Policy), and Declan Abernathy (History and Sociology of Technology and Science) ($1,000)
  • Anthony Harding (Economics) and Chris Blackburn (Economics) ($500)

VentureLab Innovation Competition Awards

  • Sourabh Jha, Mechanical Engineering ($1,000)
  • Norh Asmare (Electrical and Computer Engineering) and Chinmay Satam (Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering) ($500)

Online Student Honors

College of Computing ($1,500)

  • Glenn Cameron, Computer Science
  • Robert W. Schmidt, Computer Science

Executive Vice President for Research ($1,500)

  • Mohamed Elmessidi, Computer Science
  • Gordon Lemmon, Computer Science

 Provost's Office ($1,000)

  • Steven B. Bryant, Computer Science

For more information about CRIDC, visit grad.gatech.edu/cridc.

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