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Undergraduate Research Symposia

Undergraduate Research Symposia are opportunities for students to showcase their scholarly work and experiences, participate in professional and personal development workshops, network with others in different fields of study, and prepare for off-campus presentations.  Students from all disciplines and majors are encouraged to participate in the symposia.  Faculty are strongly encouraged to support students in these efforts.

Fall 2017 Undergraduate Research Symposium

Date: October 19, 2017
Time: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Place: Alumni Event Center

2017 Fall Undergraduate Research Symposia Poster Winners

1st Place – La’Neesa Holmes-Cobb, Senior, Laboratory Animal Science, Faculty Mentor: Dr. Jenora Waterman

Comparison of Immunoglobulin M and Degranulated Neutrophil Levels in the Serum and Lung Lavage of Indoor and Outdoor Reared Pigs

2nd Place – Courtney Richard, Junior, Food and Nutritional Sciences, Faculty Mentor: Dr. HyeWon Kang

Developing an Optimal Condition for Brewing Onion Peel Tea Using Response Surface Methodology

3rd Place – Bryce White, Junior, Biology, Faculty Mentor: Dr. Antoinette Maldonado-Devincci

Chronic Intermittent Alcohol Exposure Alter Brain Corticosterone Responding in C57BL/6J Mice

2017 Spring Undergraduate Research Symposia Poster Winners

1st Place – Lauren Blackwell, Junior, Laboratory Animal Science, Faculty Mentor: Dr. Radiah Minor

Segmented Filamentous Bacteria Can be Detected in the Dust of the N.C. A&T Swine Unit 

2nd Place – Brittany Price, Junior, Journalism and Mass Communications, Faculty Mentor: Dr. Kim Smith

Miserable, Trapped, and Hopeless: A Thematic Analysis of Aretha Franklin’s I Never Loved a Man the Way I Loved You

3rd Place – Perice Manns, Junior, Biology, Faculty Mentor: Dr. Misty Thomas

Structural and Functional Characterization of the CusS Proteins Associated with a Silver Resistant Phenotype in Escherichia coli