Andrew Jennings wins 3rd prize in the Poster competition at Northwestern Computational Research Day

At the second annual Northwestern Computational Research day the Amaral Lab was well represented, with undergraduate students Andrew Jennings and Aaron Stern presenting their research. Both did an excellent job, not only in crafting their posters but also presenting their work to all of the symposium attendees. Despite the stiff competition from Graduate and Undergraduate students they both did an excellent job, with Andrew even winning the third place prize in the poster competition for his work on the longitudinal analysis of school shootings in the United States.