Students present research at StatehouseFebruary 10, 2014
Eight students from Emporia State University will travel to Topeka on Wednesday, Feb. 12, to present posters of their research at the State Capitol. They will join students from all of the Regent universities for Kansas Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol.
The purpose of this event is to demonstrate the unique opportunities students have to participate with faculty members in research at all state institutions. Posters in the areas of education, health, biomedicine, biotechnology, energy, environment, psychology, and social services will be presented.
Posters will be on display and students will be visiting with guests and legislators from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Students participating from ESU are:
- Maria Castro, Senior, Lima, Peru, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology;
- Sean Claridge, Junior, Emporia, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology;
- Brian Dorsey, Senior, Emporia, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology;
- Dusty Gutierrez, Junior, Thornton, Colo., Earth Science;
- Zhiyuan Jia, Senior, Dalian, China, Mathematics;
- Christopher Krause, Senior, Colorado Springs, Colo., Earth Science;
- Zijian Liu, Sophomore, Dalian China, Mathematics; and
- Ayoub Sehlaoui, Senior, Emporia, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology.
Check out our students' achievements and accomplishments on Emporia State's meritpages.com site