Eight students represented Indiana University of Pennsylvania at the Undergraduate Research at the Capitol–Pennsylvania event on April 25, 2017, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The IUP students presented their award-winning projects from the 2016
IUP Undergraduate Scholars Forum.
The Undergraduate Research at the Capitol–Pennsylvania is a poster conference that showcases the high level of scholarship by the most talented undergraduate students in the commonwealth. The event provides an opportunity to bring together students, faculty, and legislators to share the experiences of students engaged in scholarship.
The IUP students discussed their research with members of the General Assembly of the House of Representatives in the East Wing Rotunda of the Capitol Building and were formally recognized on the floor of the Senate later in the day.
The Longitudinal and Vertical Distribution of Brittle Deformation in the Southern Central Range in Taiwan: Constraints from Earthquakes and Mesocale Faults
Michael Belko and Elizabeth Stackhouse
Using CRISPR-Cas9 to Create a Yeast Strain for the Reverse Two-Hybrid System
Hannah Mercer and Patrick Edwards
An Analysis of Gender Inequality in Professional Tennis
Shannon Bollard, Kacey Bush, and Emma Cassese
Use of Vitamin D in Preventing Elderly Patient Falls: An Evidence-Based Practice Review
Photo: Patrick Edwards (left) and Hannah Mercer (center) present their work at the 2017 Research at the Capitol–Pennsylvania event
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