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Undergraduate Students to Present Research Projects at National Conferences

Undergraduate Students Will Present their Research Projects at National Research Conferences

Four Creighton University undergraduate students will present their research projects at national research conferences in April.

Sarah Fredrick, a senior chemistry major, will present on “Development of Microfluidic Devices for Electrochemiluminescent Detection of Antibiotics.” AnaMaria Seglie, a senior English major, will present on “Between Worlds: Hybridity in Washington Irving’s The Sketch Book.” Their papers were accepted for the annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research, sponsored by the Council on Undergraduate Research.
The conference is April 16-18 at the University of Wisconsin, LaCrosse.

A study by psychology majors Samuel Pierre, a senior, and junior Kunal Sualy, on the “Role of Stereotype Threat in Women’s Scientific Career Decisions” will be presented at the Society for Research in Child Development conference April 2-4 in Denver.