HU Research Week Attracts CEA Student Researchers

Howard University held its 2018 Research Week Symposium, April 9-13. Research Week 2018 is part of Howard University's "ongoing efforts to foster the research mission and to celebrate the University’s research enterprise, which is comprised of external grants and contracts, distinguished scholarly projects, and outstanding creative works."

CEA student researchers exhibited their poster and oral presentations and discussed their research with judges from amongst our own distinguished faculty and esteemed peers in the Blackburn Center on Thursday, April 12, 2018.

We applaud our student researchers:

Architecture:

Kinshasa Campbell, Natasha Graves, Abdullah Muhammad, Lindsey Squirewell, and Glenn Vaulx, III

Chemical Engineering:

Diwash H. Bajracharya, Marlon Brutus, Tafadzwa Chigumira, Michelle Cole, Elbethel Damtae, Dinara Konakbayeva, Marina Markous, Eric Ogharandukun, Ayomikun Olarinoye, Dhruba Paudel, Aardash J. Shah, Bekuechukwu Uzondu, and Mahtab Waseem

Civil and Environmental Engineering:

Ammar Al-Jawhar, Laxman Dahal, Hamid Ghasemi, Emilda Gwerengwe, Grace Kenlaw, Alejandro Pardo-Ramos, Sigmund Skinner, Camille Wallace, and Willis Walter

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science:

Abdulhamid Adebayo, Dema Alorini, Reham Alsabet, Amani Alshaikhi, Rouzbeh Asghari-Shirvani, David Awogbemila, Celete Brown, Alston Clark, Lauren Clayton, Jarrett Cunningham, Mercy Daniel-Aguebor, Ronald Doku, Sola Famakin, Madiha Gul, Felicia Long, Kirsten Lovelace-Sims, Eric Muhati, Jason Ogato, Ositanachi Otugo, Salik Parwez, Delaney Ramalho, Mehdi Rezaee, Ikemefuna Uba, Alanna Walton, Candace Williams, and Lucretia Williams

Mechanical Engineering:

Gabby Addane, Damon Gresham-Chisolm, and Alexis Jones

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