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The Excellence of Our Graduates, Class of 2016

Excellence is essential in our work, and it is part of our four pillars as a university. Once again, during the 2016 graduation ceremony, we gave credit to the effort, dedication, and leadership of our students.

Honored students from the class of 2016:

The Highest Grade Point Average of Class of 2016

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César Iván Matamoros Garcés (Honduras), with an academic average of 94.44%.

The Highest Grade Point Average per Major

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  • Environment and Development: Yomer Cisneros Aguirre (Peru), academic average of 90.29%.
  • Food Science and Technology: Amilcar José Morales Castillo (Guatemala), academic average of 91.52%.
  • Agricultural Science and Production: César Iván Matamoros Garcés (Honduras), academic average of 94.44%.
  • Agribusiness Management: Nicolás Oswaldo Palacios Serrano (Ecuador), academic average of 91.70%.

Best Graduation Projects

Agribusiness Management Major (AGN for its initials in Spanish)

Project title: Market Research for introducing beef cuts with a high brand value. (In Spanish: Estudio de mercado para la introducción de cortes de carne de res con alto valor marca.)

Student: Nelson David Torres Guifarro (Honduras).

Food Science and Technology Major (AGI for its initials in Spanish)

Project title: Use of the rhodanine method to determine enzymatic hydrolysis in mango compounds —(Mangifera indica) (In Spanish: Utilización del método rodanina para determinar hidrólisis enzimática de compuestos del mango (Mangifera indica).

Student: Andrea Michelle Camas Molina (Honduras).

Environment and Development Major (IAD for its initials in Spanish)

Project title: Future scenario projection using the WEAP hydrologic model in the Santa Inés micro basin in Honduras.  (In Spanish: Proyección de escenarios futuros utilizando el modelo hidrológico WEAP en la microcuenca, Santa Inés, Honduras.)

Student: Yomer Cisneros Aguirre (Peru).

 Agricultural Science and Production Major (IA for its initials in Spanish)

Plant Science Area:

Project title: Characterization of breeds of Uromyces appendiculatus and common bean lines (Phaseolus vulgaris L) resistant to rust. (In Spanish: Caracterización de razas de Uromyces appendiculatus y líneas de frijol común (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) resistentes a la roya.)
Students: Michael Palomino Chávez (Peru) y Edwin Palomino Velasque (Peru).

Zootechny Area:

Project title: The effect of Rumensin® 200 and Procreatin® 7 in the production and composition of milk from the dairy cows of the Santa Elisa farm in El Paraíso, Honduras. (In Spanish: Efecto de Rumensin® 200 y Procreatin® 7 en la producción y composición de la leche en vacas lecheras en Finca Santa Elisa, El Paraíso, Honduras.)

Student: César Iván Matamoros Garcés (Honduras).

Highest Grade Point Average for the Learning by Doing Program

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  • Mateo Toro Sánchez (Colombia), Agricultural Science and Production Major, with an average grade of 93.55%.
  • César Iván Matamoros Garcés (Honduras), Agricultural Science and Production Major, with an average grade of 93.18%.
  • Endhier Elsidio Lezcano Ibarra (Panamá), Agricultural Science and Production Major, with an average grade of 92.09%.

Student with the Least Number of Faults

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  • Oscar Jonathan Tejeda Martínez (Honduras), Agricultural Science and Production Major.
  • Aryany Leticia Peña Gómez (Honduras), Food Science and Technology Major.
  • José Manfredo Ramírez Herrera (Honduras), Agricultural Science and Production Major.

María Carla Rivera Tejada Civism and Comradeship Award

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  • Claudio Miguel Banegas Gutiérrez (Honduras), Food Science and Technology Major.
  • Marlon Josué Rodríguez Rosales (Guatemala), Agricultural Science and Production Major.

Best Fourth-Year Leadership Program

Project for the development of the female entrepreneurs (PROMEDE for its initials in Spanish), created by: José Lennin Flores Hernández (Honduras), Eduardo Samuel Garay Lagos (Honduras), Marco Antonio Fajardo Menjívar (Honduras).

Project Advisor: Ivana Vejarano, M.Sc.

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