Architecture student ties for first place in the Arts & Humanities Category of the MSU Undergraduate Research Symposium

August 28th, 2014 Comments Off on Architecture student ties for first place in the Arts & Humanities Category of the MSU Undergraduate Research Symposium

Jacqueline Brooke Dorman, fifth-year architecture student, tied for first place in the Arts & Humanities Category of the MSU Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium. The symposium was held Thursday, July 31, 2014 from 1 – 3:30 p.m. in Griffis Hall and was hosted by the Shackouls Honors College.

Dorman presented her research on the gap in building construction technology literature for architecture students titled “Exposing Gaps in Student Literature for Building Construction Technology.” This award is in addition to her award for the same research in the MSU 2014 Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium hosted by the Graduate School where she won “Best Presentation.”

Dorman conducted her research under the guidance of School of Architecture Assistant Professor Alexis D. Gregory, AIA.

Also presenting his research at the Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium was third-year architecture student Ryan Fierro. Fierro was funded with a 2014 Honors Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship, and he worked with School of Architecture Assistant Professor Jacob Gines on his research.

Read the story on MSU’s website.

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