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2019 Posters on the Hill Presenters

Congratulations to WVU undergraduates Jessi Tyo (Biology) and Caroline Leadmon (Biochemistry) and WVU faculty member Dr. Daniel Panaccione! Jessi and Caroline's undergraduate research was accepted for presentation in Washington, D.C. at the nationwide Council on Undergraduate Research Posters on the Hill event held on April 30, 2019. Read about their research carried out under the supervision of Dr. Panaccione in the WVUToday article

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All invited to the 3rd Annual Undergraduate Spring Symposium

The WVU community is invited to attend the 3rd Annual Undergraduate Spring Symposium, where over 180 students will be presenting their research on Friday, April 12, 5-7:10 p.m. in the Mountainlair Greenbrier and Blackwater rooms and Saturday, April 13, 12-4p.m. in the Mountainlair Ballrooms. Oral presentations will be delivered on Friday night, and poster presentations will comprise the afternoon on Saturday. Presentation topics will include a broad range of disciplines representing the arts, humanities, social and behavioral sciences, and STEM fields. For many undergraduate presenters, the Undergraduate Spring Symposium represents the culmination of research conducted under the supervision of WVU faculty research mentors over the course of the academic year. For more information on this event, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Research by email at undergradresearch@mail.wvu.edu or phone at 304-293-9354. 

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