Concordia Students Present at Conference
Apr 15, 2009
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CONCORDIA STUDENTS PRESENT AT CONFERENCE
Thirty-three students from Concordia College will present at the 23rd National Conference on Undergraduate Research at the University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse April 16-18.
The students represent several academic disciplines, including biology, English, neuroscience, history, chemistry, psychology, history and political science. They will give 24 oral presentations and display 11 posters on original research topics ranging from bird diversity in conservation reserve programs to the role of gender in Japanese-American literature.
The National Conferences on Undergraduate Research promotes undergraduate research, scholarship and creative activity in all fields of study. Through an annual conference, NCUR celebrates student achievement and provides models of exemplary research and scholarship. This year's event will draw students from more than 280 colleges and universities across the United States. Concordia has the 10th highest number of student presentations.