Announcing 2019 T-Shirt Design Contest Winners



(Austin, TX) The Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering is pleased to announce the winners of the 15th annual T-Shirt Design Contest for the 2019 TAME State STEM Competition, presented by ConocoPhilips on April 27th in the Houston area. TAME students across Texas submitted entries for the theme "Powering Civilization," impressing judges with artistic creativity and design.

Congratulations to Han Nguyen of Kerr High School for winning first place in this contest! The top scoring student receives a special invitation to the State STEM Competition. At State Ms. Nguyen will awarded a $100 prize onstage. Her design will be unveiled at the competition, where it will be featured on the t-shirts, event programs and other materials that will be distributed to hundreds of participants. 

TAME recognizes the artistic skill and hard work of students who placed in the contest. Their artwork will be featured in the event program at the State STEM Competition.


(students listed alphabetically)

StudentGradeChapterTAME Club
Claudia Katrina Fierro11Capital AreaMcNeil High School
Eunsuh Jasmine Cho10Capital AreaMcNeil High School



(students listed alphabetically)

StudentGradeChapterTAME Club
Annika Anumalla6Capital AreaCanyon Vista Middle School
Hunter Syas12Golden Triangle/BeaumontWest Brook High School
Morris Parham8Gulf CoastBeatrice Mayes Institute
Susanna Kim10Capital AreaMcNeil High School
Ye-Un Christina Go9Capital AreaMcNeil High School

To view past winning students and designs dating back to 2005, please visit TAME's T-Shirt Design Contest page.


Looking for the 1st Annual Hashtag Contest? Results will be posted soon. The winner of the Hashtag Contest will also be awarded $100 and if they are in grades 6-12, they will receive an invitation to the State STEM Competition.


The annual TAME State STEM Competition brings together hundreds of high-performing students, grades 6-12, to challenge their STEM 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.


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