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Clarkson University Student Wins Award at Statewide CSTEP Conference
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Clarkson University student David A. Yambay recently received an award at the 18th annual Statewide College Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) Student Conference: Journeys Beyond Excellence in Bolton Landing, N.Y.
Yambay, a junior computer engineering major from Wallkill, N.Y., received first place for his poster presentation in the technology division on "Spoof Protection in Liveness Finger Print Scanners." He was mentored by Prof. Stephanie A. Schuckers.
Simone C. White, senior political science, Queens, N.Y., served as a conference ambassador. Caitlin L. Mincer, sophomore, bimolecular science, Canandaigua, N.Y., and Keisha A. Pierre-Lys, sophomore, biology, Queens, N.Y., presented their research through the poster competition in the natural science division. Mincer is mentored by Prof. Craig D. Woodworth and Pierre-Lys by Prof. James A. Schulte II.
In all, five Clarkson University students from the CSTEP program attended the conference.
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Photo caption: Clarkson University student David A. Yambay recently received an award at the 18th annual Statewide College Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) Student Conference: Journeys Beyond Excellence.