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Graduate Student Council > Main Events > Graduate Research Symposium

13th Annual GSC Graduate Research Symposium 2010 | 2009 | 2008
Saturday March 28, 2009, Pearson Hall Rooms 104 & 106
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The 13th annual Graduate Student Symposium is an opportunity for current graduate students in Arts, Sciences, and Engineering departments to present their research to a diverse audience. The symposium is a full day event; each participant will give a brief oral presentation of their work before an audience and panel of faculty judges. A short question & answer session will follow. Refreshments will be provided and prizes for outstanding work will be presented at the end of the day.

1 | Karen Kosinski, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, "Assessment of Risk Factors for and Prevalence of Urinary Schistosomiasis in a Rural Ghanaian Town"

2 | Brett Boghigian, Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, "Metabolic engineering for sustainable well-being: multi-scale engineering of a Taxol® precursor in Escherichia coli"

3 | Clayton Drinko, Department of Drama, "Shakespearean Flow: Psychological Possibilities of an Improvisational Performance Technique at the Globe"

1 | Eleanor Pritchard, Department of Biomedical Engineering, "Silk Microspheres for Controlled Release Applications"

2 | Lee Butterman, Department of Classics and Classical Archeology, " a new approach to reading Latin"

3 | Dmytro Say, Department of Child Development, "Phoenix - a student-run program for underprivileged children"