Student research on display in the library

Written by Greg Anderson, Reference Librarian
andersong@unk.edu

The library and the Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities have inaugurated a display of UNK student’s research.

Visit the library to view:

  • Affordable Ways to Detect and Measure Rain One Drop at a Time. Kyle Smydra and Ben Fullerton, student investigators. Mike Larsen, faculty mentor, Physics
  • Novel Fluorescent Probe for Mercury Detection. John Blecha, student investigator. Haishi Cao, faculty mentor, Chemistry .
Student research on display in the library. Click to see larger version of the image.

This display will be up through the end of the semester.

The second set of posters in the series to be placed on view in the library. The first display included two posters:

  • Development of a Chromatographic Method to Determine the Concentration of Virginamycin in Water Samples. Taylor L. Carlson, student investigator. Annette C. Moser, faculty mentor, Chemistry.
  • The Massacre Canyon: The Last Buffalo Hunt. Shane D. Riley, student investigator. Mark Ellis, faculty mentor, History.
Image of student research posters.
Student research previously displayed in the library. Click to see larger version of the image.

Please drop in and read about the research endeavors of our students.

To showcase the work of as many students as possible, we hope to be able to rotate the display about every two weeks.