On Saturday, March 2nd, we will be holding our 10th Annual Research Symposium at the Angell College Center Ballroom, SUNY Plattsburgh, 38 Rugar Street, Plattsburgh. The event will take place from 8:30am-3:30pm, and it includes talks, a poster session and a keynote address by Prof. Silvana Andreescu (Clarkson U.) on "Biosensors in Everyday Life". Abstracts are due by February 22nd. Please promote the event using this flyer.
Time: Saturday, March 2, 2019 from 8:45 am to 3:30 pm Where: SUNY Plattsburgh, Angell College Centre (Ballroom), Plattsburgh, NY Purpose: Bring together faculty and students from diverse chemical and biological backgrounds for communicating interdisciplinary research and increase interactions and collaborations. Overview: Students will present their work in one of two formats: a poster or a short oral presentation. Seven short undergraduate oral presentations (15 minutes each followed by 5 min questions from audience) are scheduled in the morning followed by a plenary lecture, lunch and then a poster session.
Schedule 8:45-9:15 am Registration and posters set-up (coffee, juices and muffins) 9:20 am Welcome note from the host institution & NNY local section’s chair Undergraduate Oral Presentations 9:30 am Rebecca Meacham (Clarkson University) 9:50 am Nicholas Flint (SUNY Potsdam) 10:10 am Beza Tuga (SUNY Plattsburgh) 10:30 am Lisa Kozodoy (St. Lawrence University) 10:50 am (10 min) Coffee Break 11:00 am Hannah Despres (SUNY Plattsburgh) 11:20 am John Paliakkara (SUNY Potsdam) 11:40 am Megan Carhart (Clarkson University) 12:00 pm Lunch
Plenary lecture 12:45 pm Dr. Silvana Andreescu (Clarkson University): “Biosensors in Everyday Life”