UF Rinker School of Construction Management master’s student Frank Moore wins first place at UF’s Graduate Student Research Day 2018. The Organization for Graduate Student Advancement and Professional development (OGAP) hosts its hallmark event “Graduate Student Research Day” every year. The event is open to all graduate students across the university, and students present their research posters to judges. Graduate Student Research Day is an opportunity for students to share and enhance their research with other graduate departments throughout campus, as well as gain insightful feedback from faculty and peers. These include, but are not limited to, science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM), social-behavioral and economics (SBE) and the humanities. Frank Moore received first place honors for the category of Physical Sciences & Mathematics. He is researching augmented and virtual reality applications for construction safety training with Professor Dr. Masoud Gheisari and PhD candidate Ricardo Eiris Pereira.