Five University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students have been accepted to present at the 13th Annual UW System Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity at UW-Milwaukee on April 11.
The presenters (and their faculty mentors) include:
- Kelsey Paltzer (Jennifer Mihalick, Chemistry), Energy Investigation of the Binding Reactions between Alum, Morin and Model Fibers.
- Jesse Klein (Jennifer Schuttlefield Christus, Chemistry), Methane Adsorption on Clay Minerals.
- Taylor Truttmann (Lauren Waters, Chemistry), Finding Specific Proteins that Bind to the Small Protein MntS in the Model Bacterium E. coli.
- Thomas Kuborn (Kevin Crawford, Chemistry), Analysis of Carotenoid Production in Five Strains of Freshwater Bacteria.
- Erica Vander Mause (James Paulson, Chemistry), Histone H3 Phosphorylation in Chromosome Condensation.
UW-Milwaukee’s Office of Undergraduate Research and UW System host the Symposium as a forum for undergraduate students from University of Wisconsin institutions to present scholarly work. Student research will be showcased through “oral presentations, poster displays, gallery exhibits, and artistic performances in dance, music and theater. Throughout the day, participants have the opportunity to interact with students, faculty, and staff from all UW-System campuses.”