Nine Berea College students received awards at the Kentucky Academy of Science (KAS) Annual Meeting held earlier this month at Western Kentucky University. More than 600 scientists and students attended the KAS meeting, and hundreds of students from Kentucky and regional colleges and universities participated in the research competitions.
Award winners of the student competitions from Berea College were:
|Yabsira Ayele||2nd place||Psychology||Poster Presentation|
|Isaac Domenech||1st place||Physiology and Biochemistry||Oral Presentation|
|Nyasha Gombami||1st place||Physiology and Biochemistry||Poster Presentation|
|Allison Harper||2nd place||Physiology and Biochemistry||Poster Presentation|
|Yeongha Oh||2nd place||Health Studies||Oral Presentation|
|Emma Reasoner||2nd place||Ecology||Oral Presentation|
|Michael James||3rd place||Chemistry: Organic/Inorganic||Oral Presentation|
|Yacine CHoutri||1st place||Chemistry: Analytical & Physical||Oral Presentation|
|Chann Han||2nd place||Cellular and Molecular Biology||Oral Presentation|
The Kentucky Academy of Science is a non-profit organization, founded in 1914, whose mission is to foster scientific discovery and understanding in Kentucky. Berea College faculty, staff and students may become members of the Kentucky Academy of Science.
Berea College will host next year’s KAS Annual Meeting November 1-2, 2019.