2019 Summer Research Poster Sessions

On Saturday, 27 students from the School of Science presented their research from the past summer at the 34th annual School of Science Undergraduate Research Poster Session. The Brousseau Hall Atrium was full of discussions on topics spanning biology, chemistry, psychology, biochemistry, physics, and environmental science. Esther Woo, mentored by Prof. Joel Burley, won the Joseph P. McKenna award for best project conducted through the SOS Summer Research Program, for her work titled "Environmental Privilege: Evaluating Air Pollution in Working Class Communities." Kristen Harnett (Prof. Schuh) and Dante Martin (Prof. Coyle) were runners up for the award, for their work on the Cytotoxicity of BPA Derivatives and the Parasite Virulence of Lichenicolus Fungal Infections.

Andrio Fong