Gabriella Tuell, a mechanical engineering major, won second place in the ASM International undergraduate category for her presentation, “Metamorphic Manufacturing” in the virtual Fall 2020 Student Speaking Symposium. An Mines Undergraduate Research Fellow, Tuell is conducting research under Kester Clarke, assistant professor of metallurgical and materials engineering.
Organized by the ASM Student Board Members, students created five-minute videos showcasing their research, with a panel of judges evaluating the submissions based on various criteria. Undergraduate and graduate students were judged separately, with first- ($1,000), second- ($750), and third- ($500) place prizes up for grabs in both categories.
ASM International is the world’s largest association of materials-centric engineers and scientists, dedicated to informing, educating, and connecting the materials community to solve problems and stimulate innovation around the world.