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Wilkes University Students Participate in Second Annual Wyoming Valley Undergraduate History Conference, Feb. 21
The Wilkes University history department will host the second annual Wyoming Valley Undergraduate History Conference on Feb. 21. The conference will take place from 4-7 p.m. in the Cohen Science Center, 140 S. River St., Wilkes-Barre. The conference features research presentations by 11 students from four colleges and universities. In addition to Wilkes, participating schools include Kings College, Marywood University and University of Scranton. The conference is free and open to the public.
Wilkes University student David Heinz of Reading, Pa., put his environmental engineering major to the test as he participated in summer research above the Arctic Circle.
Six Wilkes University students are participating in a summer research project with Ken Klemow, a professor in the biology department.
Three Wilkes University student pharmacists are participating in a summer research project with Ajay Bommareddy, associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences in the Nesbitt School of Pharmacy.
Three Wilkes University students participated in collaborative summer research projects with professor Del M. Lucent, assistant professor of physics.
Fifteen Wilkes University students participated in summer research with William Terzaghi, professor of biology.
Six Wilkes University students spent the summer working on two research projects with Linda Gutierrez, assistant professor of biology at Wilkes.
Four Wilkes University students traveled to Washington, D.C., August 3-6 to present research at the American Psychological Association convention. The students presented research with psychology department faculty members associate professor Jennifer Thomas and assistant professor Ellen Newell. The projects focused on factors that inspire students to engage in behaviors to reduce prejudice, discrimination, and social injustice as well as the health benefits and risks associated with participating in these actions.
Wilkes University students are presenting research papers in the first Wyoming Valley Undergraduate History Conference. Theses students will present their papers along with undergraduates from King's College and Marywood University.
Thirty Wilkes University students are participating in research projects this summer in the biology, environmental engineering and earth sciences, and geology departments.