UWS students present at UW System symposiumUniversity of Wisconsin-Superior students show their know-how at the University of Wisconsin System’s annual Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Friday.
University of Wisconsin-Superior students show their know-how at the University of Wisconsin System’s annual Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Friday.
An analysis of Wisconsin’s groundwater, coral reef ecology, and the efficiency of books versus computers are among the research topics 22 UWS students will present at the annual UW System Symposium Friday at River Falls.
The symposium brings students and faculty from all UW System universities and colleges to the University of Wisconsin-River Falls to share research projects from across the academic disciplines.
UW-Superior students making presentations include:
Daniel Levings and Zack Litchke of South Range; Anastasha Bixler, Stephanie Peterson, Mykle Sederlund and Kevin Anderson, of Duluth; Jason Bramstadt, of North Fond du Lac; Jared Leino, of Bessemer, Mich.
Valerie Golden, of Rhinelander; Eric Johnson, of Elk River, Minn.; Brianne Looze, of La Crosse; Marian Ashpurdy, of River Falls; Meaghan Vaughan of Stacy, Minn.
Brandon Martell, of Chippewa Falls; Teresa O’Keefe and Mackenzie Sullivan, of St. Paul; Alyssa Anderson, of Osseo; Jacqueline Smith, of Glenwood City; Nadine Bensen, of Hastings, Minn.
Jadell Turnquist, of Two Harbors, Minn.; Ryan VanLanduyt, of Whitewater; and Sara Wroblewski, of Washburn.