Group picture from 2017
Kansas Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Congratulations to the five students selected to represent ESU at Kansas Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol 2018! The five finalists are:
Brooke Bailey, Senior, Communications: Rhetorical Strategies Utilized by Female Leaders Around the World. Mentor: Dr. Heidi Hamilton.
Colin Dallimore, Senior, Biological Sciences: Determination of Nicotine in Soil. Mentor: Dr. Qiyang Zhang.
Grayce McAllister, Junior, School of Business: Current Higher Education Funding Models and Possible Enhanced Solution. Mentor: Dr. Steven Lovett.
Josue Mejia, Senior, Biological Sciences: A New Tool for Understanding Bipolar Disorder: Toward the Formation of a Fluorescent Probe to Detect Intracellular Lithium. Mentor: Dr. Diane Nutbrown, Physical Sciences.
Franziska Willenbuecher, Senior, School of Business: Could Financial Trouble be Avoided by Cooking at Home? An Examination of the Relationship Between Fast Food Spending and Payday Loans. Mentor: Dr. Marc Fusaro.
Please join us in congratulating these students!
2018 Call for Submissions - Contains criteria for eligibility of poster presentations and submission guidelines
ESU group 2017 Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol
In the van - headed to Topeka. February 15, 2017