Fall 2017 Symposium

Congratulations to the winners of UNC's Fall Symposium:


Olufisayo Awolaja - Biology/Chemistry - "The Pollination and Reproductive Biology of Thermopsis divaricarpa in the Central Rocky Mountains"

Katie Dorman - Earth Environmental Science/Business - "Ecological Health of the Poudre River"

Paul McPhail - Ecology & Envolutionary Biology/Anthropology - "Environmental Factors regulating Swallow Bug populations"

 

Congratulations as well to the two runners up:

Ace Spitzer - Biology - "Growing on a Scar:  Population Genetics of a Colorado Wildflower"
Jessica Czapla - Anthropology/Biology - "Estimating Biological Distance between Flexed and Supine Burials at the Ancient Greek City of Himera Using Dental Nonmetric Data"

 

Other presentations were given by:

Pearl Marquez, Psychology - "Mindful Leaders and Employee Performance"
Madeline Azari, Theatre Education - "The Four-Block Journey:  Attending College in Your Hometown"
Laya Buchanan, Geography/Economics - "An Analysis of Urbanization in Mongolia and Post-Soviet Central Asia"
Jenna Zink, Audiology/Speech Language Sciences - "The Effect of TEchnology on Language Development in Children from Birth to Three"

 

Please click here for the program booklet and abstracts.

 

Information on the 32nd Annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research

National Conference on Undergraduate Research, 2018, University of Central Oklahoma

Abstract Submission Deadline December 5, 2017

Conference Dates:  April 4-7, 2018

Location:  University of Central Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, OK