Fourteen University of Kentucky undergraduate students -- one sophomore, two juniors and 11 seniors -- were recently awarded with Oswald Research and Creativity Program awards by the Office of Undergraduate Research.
Students submitted research posters in six categories -- Biological Sciences; Design, including architecture, landscape architecture and interior design; Fine Arts, including film, music, photography, painting and sculpture; Humanities, from creative and critical-research approaches; Physical and Engineering Sciences; and Social Sciences. Winners in each category received $350; second place finishers received $200.
Marie Noel, a senior majoring in animal science and equine science, won second place in the Biological Sciences category. William Green, a senior landscape architecture major, won first place in the Design category. Biosystems and agricultural engineering undergraduates, Tahnee Qualls and Areej Saeed, took first and second place, respectively, in the Engineering category.
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