Fraternity and Sorority Members Participate in Research Symposium

On August 1, 2019, fourteen members of the NC State Fraternity and Sorority community participated in the NC State Summer Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium. During this event, they presented poster sessions on their research and answered questions from attendees. Academic excellence is a tradition and priority of the NC State fraternity and sorority community and engaging in undergraduate research is a High Impact Practice (HIP)(Kuh, 2008). We are so proud of our students and their efforts to answer exciting and important questions facing our world. Below is a list of students that presented in one of the two sessions offered during the symposium and the title of their projects.

 

Isaac Turtletaub Sigma Nu College of Engineering Machine Learning using Quantum Computing for Electronic System Design and Analysis
Julianne Melodie Chang Chi Omega College of Engineering Cardiac Tissue Engineering: a high throughput in vitro model for the generation of human-induced pluripotent stem cell-derived engineered heart tissue
Sydney Stine Kappa Kappa Gamma College of Agriculture & Life Sciences Engineering of Pathological Biomarker-Responsive Microvessels (PRBMVs) for Therapeutic Drug Delivery
Michael Dunn Sigma Pi College of Engineering Estuarine shoreline erosion driven by flood channel proximity at Pea Island, NC
 Hannah Styers Kappa Kappa Gamma College of Sciences Extracellular Availability of Lactate and Glucose Scales with Electrical Stimulation of the Dopaminergic Midbrain
Crys Blackey Sigma Phi Epsilon College of Engineering Building an Effective and Useful Interactive Tutorial for GradeSnap!
 Cody Helm Alpha Epsilon Pi College of Engineering Nanocarrier Optimization for Mast Cell-Targeting Drug Delivery in an Enhanced Permeability and Retention (EPR) Model
Lauren Monroe Alpha Delta Pi College of Engineering Creating a Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO) Cell Line for CRISPR Application
 Jack Schultz Alpha Sigma Phi College of Agriculture & Life Sciences Improving Porcine Oviduct Epithelial Cell Culture Using Porcine Oviduct Extracellular Matrix
Stacey Protasowicki Lambda Pi Chi Sorority, Inc. College of Engineering Synthesis and characterization of half-metallic Co2CrAl Heusler alloy
 Achaia Dent Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. College of Humanities & Social Sciences Exploring Father Involvement as a Protective Factor against Depression, Stress and Anxiety among Black Adolescent Females
Lauren Spell Kappa Delta College of Engineering Understanding the Morphogenesis of the Primitive Gut Tube Using Tissue Clearing Techniques
 Connor Boyce Lambda Chi Alpha College of Engineering Optimization of Additive Manufacturing Systems for Multilayered Solution Based Printing
 Matthew Lee Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. College of Sciences Construction of a yeast two-hybrid library to explore DNA repair protein interactions