GRASP winners have been selected

The 20th annual Graduate Research and Scholarly Project (GRASP) Symposium was held on April 26 in the Rhatigan Student Center.

Well over 200 students, faculty and staff members attended the event, and 120 graduate student presenters of 73 research posters represented departments and programs from across the university.

This year’s GRASP awardees are:

  • First place: Preliminary Analysis of Ground Stone Artifacts from Etzanoa (14CO3)
    K.M. Carter, anthropology master’s program with advisor Dr. Crystal Dozier
  • Second place: Familiarization Training Game for Extended Reality Spacesuit User Interface
    Robert Beran, Athalee Pate, Braeden McKeown, Pranjal Nawarkar, Alexis Painter, human factors psychology master’s program with advisor Dr. Maggie Schoonover
  • People’s Choice: C.O.S.M.O.S. CosmoShox On-Site Martian Overlay System
    Yumi Kikuchi Coronel, Denae Sawyer, Nathan Lewis, Elaine Duff, Marianna Fronciani Farina, innovation design master’s program with advisor Kristyn Waits