(Austin, TX) The Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering is pleased to announce the winner of the Boeing “Build Something Better” T Shirt Design Contest for the 31st Annual TAME State STEM Competition. TAME received three times as many submissions as last year, and we were blown away by the creativity of students from over 160 TAME Clubs across the state.
Congratulations to Eunsuh Cho of TAME’s Capital Area Chapter! Ms. Cho of the Cedar Valley Middle School TAME Club will receive a special invitation to the State STEM Competition on April 30th at Texas A&M University-San Antonio, where she will be presented with her $100 prize and a gift from our sponsor Boeing. Her design will be unveiled on the day of the event, where it will be featured on the t-shirts, event programs and other materials that will be distributed to hundreds of participants.
TAME would also like recognize the artistic skill of students who placed in the contest. Your artwork will be featured in the event program at the State STEM Competition.
T-SHIRT DESIGN CONTEST WINNERS
|Eunsuh Cho||Capital Area||Cedar Valley Middle School||1|
|Vinh Ton||Capital Area||McNeil High School||2|
|Abdul-bari Agboola||GC TAME||Hastings Ninth Grade Center||3|
|Garrett Guerrero||San Angelo||San Angelo 4-H TAME Club||4|
|Axel Garcia||Valley||Elias Longoria MS||5|
|Ashley Cureno||GC TAME||Challenge Early High School||6|
T-SHIRT DESIGN CONTEST HONORABLE MENTION
|April Nicole Brito||GC TAME||Hastings Ninth Grade Center|
|Cody Enck||San Angelo||San Angelo Christian Academy|
|Farah Nashat||Dallas||TCC TAME Club|
|Kailey Armstrong||Wichita Falls||Nocona Middle School|
|Khanh Nguyen||GC TAME||Hastings Ninth Grade Center|
|Lily Hernandez||Lubbock||Roosevelt HS|
|Linh Trinh||GC TAME||Olle Middle School|
|Munachimso Metu||GC TAME||Hastings Ninth Grade Center|
|Natalie Malluru||Capital Area||McNeil High School|
|Shubhanga Ballal||Capital Area||LASA|
|Sydney Sommers||San Antonio||Samuel Boerne Champion|
To view past winning students and their designs dating back to 2005, please visit TAME’s T-Shirt Design Contest page.
The annual TAME State STEM Competition brings together hundreds of high-performing students, grades 6-12, to challenge their science and math skills and connect with a network of peers and mentors across Texas and beyond. Students qualify for invitations to this event by being active members of a registered TAME Club, and by competing in Divisional STEM Competitions across Texas in the spring semester each year.
All TAME competitions are free to students, parents, and teachers. Learn more about what you can do to ensure our programs remain free for the next generation of STEM professionals.
By Lindsey Carmichael, March 17, 2016.