Islanders detail research projects

  • Tuesday, May 21, 2019 9:57am
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Islanders detail research projects

Two students from Bainbridge Island recently presented their research projects in the 2019 Undergraduate Research Symposium at the University of Utah.

The symposium was April 9, and featured more than 500 undergraduate students who presented their research projects.

The Undergraduate Research Symposium provides an opportunity for students to present their work in a scholarly setting to students, faculty and other members of the University of Utah community. Undergraduate students from all disciplines are invited to present their research and creative work.

Tana Corsetti of Bainbridge Island gave a presentation titled “Carbapenem Resistance in Community Latrines in the Barekese Subdistrict of Ghana.”

Natalie Vukic of Bainbridge Island gave a presentation titled “Graphic Design Alumni Booklet/Exhibition.”

The symposium highlighted the university’s commitment to undergraduate research and featured oral, poster and performance presentations. Student researchers represented every college and more than 70 academic departments and schools.

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