Juan Castro, University of South Florida - Graduate - STEM 1st
Faris Almansour, New Mexico State University - Graduate - STEM 2nd
Kevin Mis Solval, Louisiana State University - Graduate - STEM 3rd
Maria Solano, New Mexico State University Undergraduate - Math & Science 3rd
Neel Shah, Northeastern University - Undergraduate - Engineering & Technology 2nd
Cody Gonzalez, University of California, Riverside - Undergraduate - Engineering & Technology 3rd
Nathalie Fuentes, Iowa State University - Undergraduate - Math & Science 1st
Adolfo Rodriguez, Universidad del Sagrado Corazon Undergraduate - Math & Science 2nd
Verenice Mojica, University of California, Irvine - Undergraduate - Engineering & Technology 1st
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Thank You 2020 Research Poster Competition Sponsors


2020 Research Poster Competition Winners Press Release

Each year at the GMiS Conference, college students have the opportunity to showcase their latest research findings through a poster presentation to STEM professionals.  Students are encouraged to present unclassified research  - dissertation, thesis, senior project, or co-op, internship or research experiences.  Students have the opportunity to earn monetary prizes and be recognized at the Student Leadership Show. Students may also have an opportunity to further enhance their job search as competition judges may be looking for technical talent for internships, co-ops, and full-time employment.


Top prizes are presented to students who are recognized for having the best poster presentations based on both technical merit and presentation as determined by a panel of judges. Submissions are accepted in the categories listed below. Prizes are awarded at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

I. Computer Engineering/Computer Science

II. Engineering and Technology

III. Math and Science


Must be from a traditionally underrepresented racial/ethnic group in STEM - i.e. African American, Hispanic, Native American

Enrolled full-time in a graduate or undergraduate college or university pursuing studies in a related science, technology, engineering, math or health discipline at a college/university in the U.S./U.S. territories. 


GMiS invites professionals with technical and/or research backgrounds in the STEM fields to serve as judges for the Research Poster Competition.  

If you are interested in serving as a judge for either or both the undergraduate and graduate student session at the GMiS Conference, please contact posters@greatmindsinstem.org

Contact Information:

For further information, please email posters@greatmindsinstem.org