Campus students present at university-wide undergraduate exhibition
Two Greater Allegheny students presented their work at the annual Undergraduate Exhibition held at University Park in April.
Corey House presented "Polymerization Kinetics: A Unique Approach to Dilatometry," an independent research project in chemistry under the supervision of Megan Nagel, assistant professor of chemistry. House is sophomore interested in a science major.
Erika Vasques presented “A Tale of Love and Darkness: An autobiographical memoir written by Amos Oz,” an honors project for CAS 100 Effective Speech, under the supervision of Kathleen Brown, assistant professor of communications. In Fall 2011, Vasques received second place for this work in the Honors category at the Greater Allegheny Student Research Conference. Vasques is a junior psychology major.