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13th Annual GSC Graduate Research Symposium 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007
Saturday March 28, 2009, Pearson Hall Room 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.

2009 Research Symposium Photos and Results

Winners Room 104:

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"

Winners Room 106:

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"

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