Undergrad Research Honored
Apr 01, 2011Nine students presented their research at the National Conferences for Undergraduate Research March 31-April 2 at Ithaca (N.Y.) College.
The event promotes undergraduate research scholarship and creativity activities done in partnership with faculty or other mentors.
The students who presented are: Derek Berglund '11, Bismarck, N.D.; Jarryd Campbell '11, Hutchinson, Minn.; Kyle Czech '12, Little Falls, Minn.; Lynlee Espeseth '11, Bismarck; Nikoli Falenschek '11, Becker, Minn.; Kayla Goetz '11, Detroit Lakes, Minn.; Corey Horien '13, Thief River Falls, Minn.; David Lemke '11, Morris, Minn.; and Sadie Skarloken '11, Davenport, N.D.
Some of these undergraduate scholars will be among those presenting at the second annual Celebration of Student Scholarship April 7-8 on campus. This year there will be more than 30 oral presentations, in addition to posters.
Research topics range from presidential morality and how Wal-mart uses indirect communication to apologize for wrongdoings to the effects of invasive species.
The first recipients of the Exemplary Research Award and the Student Government Association-funded Undergraduate Research Fellows program also will be named.