TAMUCT students compete in Pathways symposium
Special to Leader-Press
Six A&M-Central Texas students attended the Texas A&M University System annual Pathways Research Symposium in Canyon, Texas earlier this month.
Elvis Ochoa, from Killeen, received the second place award in the business and computer information system graduate competition. Joseph Zembo, from Belton, received the first place award in the business and computer information systems undergraduate competition.
Representing the University’s College of Business and accompanied by Dr. Jerry Jones, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Dr. Walter Murphy from the Office of Research and the College of Education, participating students included Brad Burden, from Killeen, Rachel Burgess, from Belton, Andrew Rhiner, from Harker Heights, and Randy Stoneroad II, from Copperas Cove, both of the latter undergraduates working with Dr. Shuqion Wei and Dr. Tyson Ang.
Designed as an opportunity to showcase the strength of academic programs throughout the Texas A&M University System, the Pathways Research Symposium is open to all Texas A&M University System students with separate categories for undergraduate, masters, and doctoral level research.
The symposium provides students the opportunity to showcase their research efforts, network with faculty, gain exposure to graduate and post-graduate opportunities, and for lasting collaborative relationships for future research.