Mines Student Earns APS Top Award!

Posted on: March 21, 2024   |   Categories: Announcements, NASA EPSCoR, News & Updates

Jaden Dougal, a student from the Mechanical Engineering Department at South Dakota Mines presented her research work at APS March Meeting in Minneapolis, MN on March 3 – 8, 2024.

This is one of the largest APS conferences. Jaden’s abstract was selected as media highlight for the conference.

In addition to that, Jaden’s presentation won her top Undergraduate presentation award among 600 undergraduate students who attended the conference. WOW!

View what Jaden presented here at the APS conference.

Jaden Dougal is from the big state of Texas and her career goals after graduation are to be an Astronautical Engineer for NASA. The SD Space Grant Consortium helped make this possible through funding and support.

About the APS Conference: The American Physical Society’s March Meeting 2024 is a scientific research conference convening 13,000 physicists and students from around the world to connect and collaborate across academia, industry, and major labs.

In 2024, APS celebrated an extra special week for the 125th anniversary of APS.