What WTAMU Graduate Students
Do and Achieve
Dustin Hume, who is pursuing a Master of Business Administration degree, is serving as one of four software engineer interns for the Executive Office of the President in Washington, D.C.
Research. Graduate students at WTAMU are actively involved in research. Whether working with chemicals in a lab or explicating primary documents, our students are living their learning.
2011 Graduate Student Recipients of WTAMU Killgore Research Grants
Yasemin Celik-MS Biology
Kenneth Chapin-MS Biology
Lena Cottle-PhD Agriculture
Kyle Ganow-MS Biology
Chesa Morris-MS Social Work
Presentations and Publications. WTAMU encourages our graduate students to submit their research for presentation and publication. WT hosts an annual Student Research Conference and financially supports our students’ participation at the annual Texas A&M University Pathways Symposium.
2010 WTAMU Graduate Award Winners for the 8th Annual Pathways Student Research Symposium
First Place Overall Doctoral: Juan Gil-Donato
First Place Agriculture: Kara Kraich
First Place Business and CIS: Andres Diaz
First Place Education: Ashley Smith
Third Place Education: Paige McCurdy
First Place Environmental Science: Brian Yates
Second Place Social Sciences and Humanities: Dana Hanselmann