CSUB student Stacy Teeters wins CSU research competition

Congratulations to CSUB student Stacy Teeters who took first place in the Behavioral and Social Sciences – Undergraduate category during the 25th annual California State University Student Research Competition. Her project was titled: The “Bi” in Ambiguity: Tolerance of Ambiguity and Attitudes toward Bisexual Women and Men.

The systemwide competition took place at Fresno State on May 6 & 7, featuring the best projects from approximately 225 students at 21 of the 23 CSU campuses.

Students made oral presentations before juries of experts from major corporations, foundations, public agencies, colleges and universities in California. Based on the jurors’ recommendations, cash awards were provided to the outstanding presenter and runner-up in undergraduate and graduate divisions of each category.

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