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Research Week Showcases Student Work
Poster Presentation

Muskingum University’s Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Week showcased student work and presented the annual Homer A. Anderson lecture to the campus community.

The James R. Bradford Colloquium on April 17 in Boyd Science Center featured graduating seniors delivering oral presentations on their capstone scholarship. Ten students selected by the faculty represented Biology, Chemistry, Communication Media & Theatre, Geology, History, Molecular Biology, Neuroscience, Psychology, Sociology, and the co-curricular forensics program.

Bradford Colloquium

On Thursday, April 20, the Homer A. Anderson Lecture in Boyd Science Center was presented by Olivia Lang ’21. Olivia earned her Bachelor of Arts degree summa cum laude in Business Management and Marketing, with a minor in Spanish. She is currently a graduate student and research technician in The Ohio State University Department of Entomology, pursuing her master’s degree in Plant Health Management. Her talk, “3D Printing and Bugs: My Weird, But True, Research Inspired by My Time at Muskingum University,” encompassed her graduate research, her educational journey, and reflections on the impact of her time at Muskingum.

Olivia Lang

Following the Anderson Lecture, the Student Poster Presentation took place in the Caldwell Hall Atrium. Fifty posters were displayed, representing Animal Studies, Athletic Training, Biology, Chemistry, Conservation Science, English, Geology, Molecular Biology, Neuroscience, Nursing, Political Science, Psychology, Spanish, and Theatre.

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