Exposium: Celebrating student research at ISU

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 16 10AM – 4PM
Fall Exposium: Undergraduate Student Research in Library Events Area
The Center for Student Research and Creativity once again offered a glimpse of the summer research conducted by undergraduate students via the Summer Undergraduate Research Experience  (SURE).
Students from the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Technology presented. During the exhibit, many students were available to discuss their research.
Next Exposium:  April 11 – 15, 2022
Jacob Bradshaw; Ian Bower (Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology): OPTICAL PROPERTY OF THIN FILM ENERGY HARVESTING DEVICES WITH ULTRA HIGH VACUUM RF SPUTTER
Sophie Henley, Lacey Beauford (Human Resources Development and Performance Technologies):  STRATEGIES TO ADOPT COVID-19 PANDEMIC CHANGES ON WORKPLACE, JOBS, AND EMPLOYEES FROM HRD PERSPECTIVE

 

Ankit Saxena with Dr. Sheikh Fahad Ferdous (Applied Engineering and Technology Management):  IMPACT OF GEOMETRIC VARIATION ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF BONE SCAFFOLD

 

Tara Hoffman (Mathematics and Computer Science): UNCOVERING SMALL TRANSMEMBRANE PEPTIDES IN BACTERIA

ADDITIONAL SELECTED RESEARCH POSTERS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Honors Capstone Presentations move from Library Events Area to Virtual

GH 401 Research Presentations

Due to courses transitioning online, GH401 students recorded 5-minute research presentations in lieu of the traditional Study Week poster session in Cunningham Memorial Library. They will be available to watch until Monday, 12/14. Information listed below includes student name, degree major/s, and thesis title with linked presentation.