28th HENAAC Conference | October 5-9-, 2016 | Anaheim, CA
Juan Castro, University of South Florida - Graduate - STEM 1st
Faris Almansour, New Mexico State University - Graduate - STEM 2nd
Kevin Mis Solval, Louisiana State University - Graduate - STEM 3rd
Maria Solano, New Mexico State University Undergraduate - Math & Science 3rd
Neel Shah, Northeastern University - Undergraduate - Engineering & Technology 2nd
Cody Gonzalez, University of California, Riverside - Undergraduate - Engineering & Technology 3rd
Nathalie Fuentes, Iowa State University - Undergraduate - Math & Science 1st
Adolfo Rodriguez, Universidad del Sagrado Corazon Undergraduate - Math & Science 2nd
Verenice Mojica, University of California, Irvine - Undergraduate - Engineering & Technology 1st
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Technical Posters & Papers Competition

Do you think your research has what it takes to revolutionize your field of study? PROVE IT!

Each year at the HENAAC Conference, students have the opportunity to showcase their latest findings via poster or paper to present to top scientists and engineers. You may walk away with more than just bragging rights. Your research accomplishments may earn you a monetary prize in addition to national recognition!


Graduate students & undergraduates nationwide, & local high school seniors & juniors of an underrepresented racial/ethnic group are invited to participate

College students must be pursuing full-time studies in a related science, technology, engineering, math or health discipline at a college/university in the U.S./U.S. territories


  • August 12, 2016 (if you want to also be considered for a travel grant).
  • September 23, 2016 (If you do not want to be considered for a travel grant).

Call for Abstracts Please download the 2016 Call for Abstracts Download PDF (382kb)

Technical Poster Submission Form - Click Here to download the submission form.

Contact Information - For further information, please contact Genevieve Montoya, Academic Affairs Specialist at gmontoya@greatmindsinstem.org