Posters competition in St. Paul

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Wordmark for the Minnesota Undergraduate Scholars Conference

Minnesota Undergraduate Scholars, a consortium of Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) institutions, will host the first Posters multi-disciplinary poster presentation 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Feb. 26 in the State Capitol rotunda in St. Paul.

The poster sessions allow undergraduate students to share the results of their work with leaders in our state government and highlight the exciting work being done at St. Cloud State and on MnSCU campuses statewide.

Four St. Cloud State students will presenting:

  • Stephnie M. Fernando, St. Cloud, Marketing
    Faculty Mentor: Adesegun Oyedele
    Project: Emerging Markets are more Innovative than Developed Markets
  • Vang Xiong, Minneapolis, Sociology and Anthropology
    Faculty Mentor: Emily Schultz
    Project: Rethinking Classroom Participation among Hmong Students
  • Katie Kotschevar, Monticello, Economics
    Faculty Mentor: King Banaian
    Project: Effect of Student Loan Debt on Homeownership
  • Curtis Payne, St. Paul, Chemistry & Physics
    Faculty Mentor: Mark Mechelke
    Project: Synthesis of a Chemotherapeutic Drug: An Analogue of Goniothalamin

Other campuses participating in Posters from Minnesota Undergraduate Scholars, which supports research, scholarly works and creative activity of undergraduates, include: Metropolitan State University; Minnesota State University, Mankato; Minnesota State University, Moorhead; Southwest Minnesota State University; Bemidji State University; Winona State University; Rochester Community and Technical College; Anoka-Ramsey Community College; Inver Hills Community College; Minneapolis Community and Technical College and North Hennepin Community College.

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