CLA Students Participate in CSULB’s 24th-Annual Student Research Competition

February 28, 2013

Fifteen of the 34 students who participated in CSULB’s 24th-Annual Student Research Competition on Friday, February 22, 2013, are from the College of Liberal Arts. The following eight CLA students won awards:

Business, Economics, and Public Administration Category

First Place – Neda Jahedmotlagh, Gr., Economics

Health, Nutrition, and Clinical Sciences Category

First Place – Tory Wall, Sr., Psychology

Humanities and Letters Category

First Place – Matthew Gonzales, Sr., Comparative World Literature

Second Place – Antonio Mendoza, Sr., History, Philosophy

Honorable Mention – Cari Lyle, Gr., History

Social and Behavioral Sciences Category

First Place – Jed Sam Pizarro Guevara, Gr., Linguistics

Second Place – Hector Silva, Sr., Psychology

Honorable Mention – Isis Chong, Sr., Psychology

Jahedmotlagh, Wall, Gonzales, and Guevara are four of ten CSULB students who received invitations to participate in the CSU Student Research Competition that will take place at Cal Poly Pomona on May 10th-11th, 2013. The competition will showcase excellence in research conducted by CSU undergraduate and graduate students in the full range of academic programs offered by the CSU. Student participants will make oral presentations before juries of professional experts from major corporations, foundations, public agencies, colleges, and universities in California.

Click here for a complete list of participants, winners, and students competing in the CSU Student Research Competition.