Chemical engineering students awarded at campus forum

Published: May 13, 2010 4:00:00 PM
Media Contact: Sally Credille, src0007@auburn.edu, 334-844-3447

Sophomore Hunter Rogers and seniors Andrew Klinger and Nick Cochran, undergraduate students in Auburn University's Department of Chemical Engineering, recently earned awards at the seventh annual Auburn University Undergraduate Research and Creative Scholarship Forum, held in Auburn's student center. Rogers, advised by faculty member Chris Roberts and postdoctoral fellow Juncheng Liu, received the top prize for the William R. Gwin, Jr. Outstanding Research Presentation competition. Klinger, advised by faculty members Steve Duke and Chris Roberts, earned first place while Cochran, advised by faculty member Doug Martin in the College of Veterinary Medicine, earned second place in the Sigma Xi Best Overall Science or Engineering Poster Presentation competition. The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering represented almost one-third of the university-wide presentations.

Contributed by Cassity Hughes