Student Research

 

 

 

Student Research

Student research is often the highlight of an undergraduate or graduate degree and below are several stories about student research at TAMIU.  We would like to post other examples of student research here at TAMIU and are asking any interested students and mentors to contact Zoila Franco-Hinojosa about having your research experience made available on this website to encourage other students to become involved with research.  We would like to take a picture of the student with their mentor and have the student write a 1-3 paragraph summary of their research project and the impact that the research experience made on them. 

TAMIU Grad, Faculty Researchers to Present at Autism Research Conference
A Texas A&M International University graduate student and her faculty mentor have been selected by a program review team to present their collaborative research at the 2012 Texas Autism Research Conference in Austin in July.

Decision Sciences Institute Southwest Region - 2012 Best Student Paper Awards
Murad Moqbel, a Ph.D. Candidate in International Business and Management Information Systems at Texas A&M International University received the 2012 Best Student Paper Awards at the Decision Sciences Institute Southwest Region conference for his paper entitled “User Acceptance of Social Networking: Employees’ Perspective”

TAMIU Students, Faculty Headed to Singapore for Research
Four TAMIU graduate students and their mentors, Dr. Ruby Ynalvez and Dr. Marcus Ynalvez, travelled to Singapore to study the relationships between East Asian graduate students and their mentors and how they influence scientific innovation.

Graduate Student journals from NSF SciSIP research abroad
These research experience journals contain the narratives of the lived experiences of and the lessons learned by our graduate student mentees, who actively participated in the actual planning, management, and conduct of surveys of knowledge producers in selected Japanese and Singaporean research institutions during the Summer of 2010.

 

Student Research Programs at TAMIU

Serving Youth in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (SYSTEM)
SYSTEM's main focus is to increase the production of highly competent and well-qualified scientists and engineers.  This goal will be achieved through the implementation activities such as: tutoring, advising, mentoring, a specialized technical writing class, research experience, internships, recitations, workshops and financial assistance. 

STEM - Minority and Retention Enhancement Program (STEM-MORE)
This program will increase the number of students entering STEM majors each year of the project, retain the majority of project participants and increase the five-year graduation rate for STEM majors.

Graduate Retention Enhancement at TAMIU (GREAT)
GREAT seeks to increase the number of Hispanic students who complete a graduate degree and are prepared to attain a doctoral degree or professional career in behavioral, biological, or mathematical sciences.

STEM-Recruitment, Retention and Graduation
This program will help Texas A&M International University (TAMIU) establish an innovative recruitment and retention program that will increase the number of Hispanic and other minority students pursuing degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields at TAMIU.



Student Research Conferences

2013 Lamar Bruni Vergara/Guillermo Benavides Z. Academic Conference
The annual academic conference for all TAMIU students, providing everyone with an opportunity to present academic research or full-fledged original scholarship, art and performances to the entire TAMIU community. Spring 2013 conference information will be posted as it becomes available. 

 

 10th Annual Texas A&M System Pathways Student Research Symposium
Registration and Abstract submission will be open from July 1, 2012-October 15, 2012
Registration Instructions for TAMUS Pathways 2012

Questions? Please contact the Graduate Studies Office at Texas A&M University at Galveston
409-740-4937, gradstudies@tamug.edu, http://www.tamug.edu/grad

 

Previous Student Research Conferences at TAMIU

2012 Lamar Bruni Vergara/Guillermo Benavides Z. Academic Conference
The annual academic conference for all TAMIU students, providing everyone with an opportunity to present academic research or full-fledged original scholarship, art and performances to the entire TAMIU community.


7th Annual Pathways Student Research Symposium
The 7th Annual Pathways Student Research Symposium was held at TAMIU on November 13-14, 2009. Undergraduate and graduate students participated in the poster sessions, oral presentations, and competed for cash prizes.

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