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17 Brockport students presented at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research

17 Brockport students presented at the 2019 National Conference on Undergraduate Research at Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA, April 11-13.

Since 1993, The College at Brockport has had students present at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR). This year, 17 students presented at the 2019 NCUR at Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA. The student’s dedication to completing and presenting on their research project over the course of the academic year was rewarded with a phenomenal conference. NCUR is a unique national conference celebrating the research and creative work accomplishments of undergraduate students in just about every imaginable field over the course of three days. Three insightful and inspiring plenary speakers, including Valerie Montgomery Rice, MD, FACOG, president of Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) and renowned infertility specialist and researcher, rounded up the conference experience. For further information about the conference, please see the program posted at the link below.

The individual students and their mentors are listed below. They were accompanied by Drs. Michel Pelletier and Markus Hoffmann, from the Department of Biology and the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, respectively.

Accounting, Economics and Finance: Zhongli Zeng (Yin Liu)

Biology: Andrew Connolly, Brooke Scott (both Rey Sia), Peter Giangrasso (Rongkun Shen)

Chemistry & Biochemistry: Cory Forsyth (Carly Reed) and Jessica Zagari (Markus Hoffmann)

Computing Sciences: Kyle Darling (Ning Yu)

Dance: Joyce Delores, Sophie Nash, Rebecca Oberstadt, Jolie Saltiel, Alicia McDonald (all Tammy Carrasco) Margaret Laszewski (Stevie Oakes)

English: Alicia McDonald, (Megan Norcia)

Kinesiology, Sport Studies and Physical Education: Tyler Laird, Stephanie Morrow, and Alexander Olczak (all Christopher Williams)

Psychology: Antonio Bottos (David Abwender)


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