Auburn's Cha receives award from WSU

Paul Cha, a Washington State University biology major from Auburn, received an award from the WSU Center for Environmental Research, Education and Outreach at the Science and Engineering Undergraduate Research Poster Competition on March 29.

More than 90 WSU undergraduate students presented their research results at the competition. Presentations were rated on a point scale and were judged by WSU and University of Idaho faculty, postdoctoral fellows, retired faculty and members from the industry outside the university community.

Students who completed research with faculty members in the College of Sciences, the College of Engineering and Architecture, or the College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Resource Sciences were eligible for the event.

All winning students received small scholarships as well as public recognition at an award ceremony immediately after the competition.

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