August 06, 2014
NEWBURGH, N.Y. – August 2014 – Mount Saint Mary College students
recently presented their research at the Beta Beta Beta biology
honors society’s NE-1 district convention, and 15th Annual
Undergraduate Research Symposium of the Mid-Hudson Chapter of the
American Chemical Society.
At the American Chemical Society meeting, Nathaniel Dziuba of
Northford, Conn., a biology/physical therapy and chemistry double
major, won an award for his paper titled “Quantitation of
Chalconoid Concentrations in Commercial Licorice Root Extracts
Using HPLC” with Mount mentors Lynn Maelia, chemistry; and Suparna
Dziuba also won a second place award at the NE-1 district
convention for his research, “Kin recognition in American clawed
frog tadpoles during foraging opportunities,” with Mount mentor
Douglas Robinson, biology.
The May 2014 Mount Saint Mary College graduate will continue his
education at Texas A&M University this fall.