U of I Undergraduates to Present at National Conference
March 25, 2021
Six U of I undergraduates have been selected to present the results of their research at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research in April. Natalya Usachenko, Vincent Groner, Tanner Hahn and Nicole Recla from the College of Science, along with Nicholas Pancheri and Jett Murray from the College of Engineering, will join thousands of other student scholars from across the globe at the two-day virtual event, where students will present their research through poster, oral and visual presentations.
The student research projects were completed under the guidance of Renee Love in the Department of Geography and Geological Sciences, Kristopher Waynant in the Department of Chemistry, Christine Parent in the Department of Biological Sciences and Nathan Schiele in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering.
Each student’s work and conference presentation was made possible in part through awards from the Office of Undergraduate Research.
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