SF State hosts 36th annual CSU-wide student research competition

Author: Kanaga Rajan
May 3, 2022

The two-day event celebrated undergraduate and graduate research, scholarship and creative works

San Francisco State University virtually hosted the 36th California State University (CSU) Student Research Competition April 29 – 30. The annual event, held at a different CSU campus each year, was a celebration of student research throughout the CSU system. This was the first year San Francisco State hosted the event.

Two projects (three students) from SF State won prizes this year: graduate students Jane Clare Vosteen and Kristen Corsaro won first place in the graduate section of the health, nutrition and clinical sciences category; and Wesley Mariscal was the second-place winner in the undergraduate section of humanities, arts and letters category.

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