Terrell Glenn earns First Place Price for his presentation at the National GEM Consortium’s 45th Annual Board Meeting and Conference

by | Nov 22, 2021

Terrell Glenn, one of our lab’s senior Doctoral Candidates, traveled to Houston, TX where the National GEM Consortium hosted its 45th Annual Board Meeting and Conference on September 9-11, 2021, at the JW Marriott Houston by the Galleria. While at the Conference, Terrell participated in the Technical Presentation Competition, an annual event for the conference. Terrell competed against 19 other Doctoral Students in their 5th year or greater and earned the First Place Prize for the presentation of his dissertation research titled “Empowering Youth to Design, Build, and Play Through Interactions with Augmented Reality, Physical Prototyping, and the Internet of Things.” Terrell looks forward to finishing up his dissertation and pursuing a career in the tech industry as a Product Designer, Embedded Systems Engineer, Hardware Engineer, or equivalent.