WSU students awarded in graduate research summit in Topeka

The Capitol Graduate Research Summit took place in Topeka March 21. Over 40 graduate students from six Kansas public universities presented their research and how it contributes to the economic development of the state.

Two Wichita State students were awarded at the summit, including Jade Driggs, human factors major, for her poster on the “reverse fundamental attribution error for automated systems: implications for Kansas agricultural operations,” and Jorge de la Hoz, Spanish major, for his poster on “Spanish heritage learners in Kansas: students neglected by the education system.”

Their advisors were Dr. Carryl Baldwin and Dr. Rocío del Águila respectively.