Qualls, Saeed win Oswald Research and Creativity Awards

The University of Kentucky Office for Undergraduate Research has recognized two BAE undergraduate students with awards in the 2016 Oswald Research and Creativity Competition, Physical and Engineering Sciences category. The Oswald Award Program promotes creativity and scholarship by undergraduate students, and provides annual awards in seven categories. Submissions are submitted without names or other identifying information so they can be judged blind. "Any and all" submissions of a creative, scholarly nature, except abstracts and posters, are encouraged.

Tahnee Qualls, a senior advised by Dr. Agouridis, took first place with her entry, "Development of a Methodology to Determine Antibiotic Concentrations in Runoff Samples."

Areej Saeed, a junior advised by Dr. Shi, received second place with her entry, "Will Hemp Become the Next Big Kentucky Crop?".

More information: http://www.uky.edu/academy/oswald