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Have you given a professional presentation, published an article or received an award for your research project? Tell us about it!


Winners in the Social & Behavioral Sciences category at the 2013 Denman Undergraduate Research Forum

OSU Undergraduate Researchers in the News

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Presentations

Students who engage in research may present their work at public and professional forums. In addition to the Denman Undergraduate Research Forum, the Undergraduate Research Week Student Poster Forum, and other on-campus forums, students often present at regional and national gatherings.

  • Gwendolyn Donley presented a poster at the Sigma Xi Annual Meeting in November 2014, titled Genetic and Social Factors Influence Allostatic Load in American Samoans. Listen to Gwen discuss her research here.

  • Benjamin Wissel presented a poster at the Sigma Xi Annual Meeting in November 2014, titled Migratory Patterns in Glioblastoma Subtypes.

  • Nicholas Farrar presented a poster at the Sigma Xi Annual Meeting in November 2014, titled Short Term Release from Calcium Sulfate and Polymethyl Methacrylate Beads.

  • Mark Lampert won first place for his poster presentation in the Cancer Biology category at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students in San Antonio, TX in November 2014.

  • Thomas Csepe presented a poster at the Cardiac Eletrophysiology Society meeting in Chicago, IL in November 2014, titled Integration of Gadolinium-Enhanced MRI and Simultaneous Epicardial-Endocardial Optical Mapping Reveals Microanatomic Substrates Anchoring Reentrant Drivers during Sustained Atrial Fibrillation in Human Heart.

  • Thomas Csepe and Brandon Moore presented three posters at the Cardiac Eletrophysiology Society meeting and American Heart Association Scientific Sessions in Chicago, IL in November 2014, titled Human Atrial Fibrillation Terminated by Targeted Ablation of Localized Reentrant Drivers Guided by Dual-Sided Simultaneous Epicardial and Endocardial Optical Mapping, Functional and molecular characteristics of the latent atrial pacemaker clusters in explanted human hearts, and Functional and molecular arrhythmogenic substrates of atrial fibrillation drivers (reentrant rotors) in explanted human hearts.

  • Katherine Wehde presented a poster at the FACSS SciX Conference in Reno, NV in October 2014, titled The Quantification of Drugs Gabapentin and Bexarotene in Tissue Samples by HPLC-ESI-TOF-MS.

  • Andy Goldschmidt presented a paper at the Workshop on Particle Correlations and Femtoscopy conference in Gyöngyös, Hungary in August 2014, titled Orientation resolution in U+U Collisions.

  • Andy Goldschmidt presented a poster at the Quark Matter conference in Darmstadt, Germany in May 2014, titled Knee structure in the elliptic flow in ultracentral U+U collisions.

  • Emily Clem co-presented two papers at the Linguistic Society of America's Annual Meeting in January 2014, titled The augment morpheme in Bulu and Exploring nominal reference in the field: diagnostics plus results from Bulu.

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Distinguished and Outstanding Undergraduate Research Mentor Awards

We are proud to recognize our 2014 Distinguished and Outstanding Undergraduate Research Mentors!

Distinguished Undergraduate Research Mentors
  • Vadim Fedorov — Physiology and Cell Biology
  • Justin Clay Harris — Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • Shaurya Prakash — Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
  • Jennifer Schlueter — Theatre
  • Richard Yerkes — Anthropology

Outstanding Undergraduate Research Mentors

  • Krista Bryson — English
  • Andrew Luttrell — Psychology

Visit the DURM/ORM page to see the list of past winners and to learn more about these awards and the nomination process.

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Undergrads in the News | Publications | Presentations
Distinguished and Outstanding Undergraduate Research Mentors | URO Awards & Fellowships

URO Awards & Fellowships

URO Summer Fellows
Each summer the URO supports students in disciplines across the university in full-time research. For information about the 2014 awardees (as well as awardees in partner programs) go to our 2014 Summer Fellowships page.

SOLAR Foundation Research Grants
This endowment fund is used in support of undergraduate student research in the fields of epidemiology, virology, HIV and AIDS education, other infections of the blood, and related subjects, and is administered by the Undergraduate Research Office. Learn more about the SOLAR Awards...

2013-2014 Recipients: Greeshma Allareddy, Doug Culbertson, Samuel Dubin, Brittany Hallgren, Molly Osterhage, Jorge Salazar, Poornima Venigalla

Visit the Undergraduate Fellowship Office to see recent winners, most of whom were undergraduate researchers, of national scholarships and fellowships.

More in the award archive.

 

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