Release Date: March 19, 2003
ASU Students Win Two Top Spots at Research Conference
Four Angelo State University students earned honors, including two first-place finishes, at the Ninth Annual Student Research Conference at West Texas A&M University earlier this month in Canyon.
ASU master of business administration student Margarita Damianova won first place in the business and management information systems category for her presentation on "Career Success and Advancement Factors in Bulgaria." Damianova was advised by Dr. Sudhir Chawla, marketing professor in the ASU Department of Management and Marketing.
Master of arts in English student Molly Hines won first place in the education, fine arts, literature, language and humanities category with her paper "Collecting and Classifying." Her faculty adviser was Dr. Terence Dalrymple, ASU professor of English.
Tiffanie Anthony, a senior government major, took second place in the business and management information systems category with her project "A Study of Small Business Attitudes Toward Advertising." Co-author of the research project was Amanda Brunson, a junior management and marketing major. Their faculty adviser was David Erickson, a lecturer in the ASU Department of Management and Marketing
The annual research conference for students provides an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to showcase their scholarly activities and to share the results of their research.