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Micro and Macro: 2022 Student Research Conference

Each Intersections issue features a pictorial zoom in and zoom out. Take a close and far look at the 2022 Student Research Conference hosted by the College of Science and Mathematics.

Close up of temporary science tattoos from the CSM Student Research Conference.

MICRO VIEW of the temporary science tattoos that many attendees applied on themselves at the 20th annual Student Research Conference hosted by the College of Science and Mathematics in the Baker Center, May 12-13, 2022. The conference included poster presentations, student talks on innovative and relevant research projects, and — for the first time — alumni mentor sessions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Attendees reviewing posters at the 2022 Student Research Conference.

MACRO VIEW of conference attendees viewing and discussing research posters. Students presented their undergraduate research through more than 80 poster displays and approximately 40 talks covering a wide range of topics. Dean Wendt (far bottom right) said, "This research is exemplary of the hands-on, Learn by Doing approach, and it contributes to new understanding helping solve real-world problems."


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