Mount SURE student Oluwadolabomi Adesanya of North East, Md. works on her project, “Discovering and Isolating Bacteriophages which Infect Erwinia Amylovora, Microbacterium foliorum, Gordonia Terrae, and Arthrobacter Bacterial Hosts.”
Mount Saint Mary College students will showcase their summer research on Thursday, September 22 from 5 to 6 p.m. in the Dominican Center.
The college is located at 330 Powell Avenue, Newburgh, N.Y. The public is invited to attend this free event.
Nearly two dozen students will present their Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) findings in poster format, featuring a plethora of subjects.
SURE projects on display will include, among many others:
- “Incarceration Through Statistics in New York State” by Thomas Sullivan of Monroe, N.Y. with faculty mentor Christina Alvey, assistant professor of Mathematics and Chair of the Division of Math & IT
- “The effects of diet on the growth and development of Gray Treefrog (Hyla versicolor) tadpoles” by Jasmine Queen-O’Connell of Gardiner, N.Y. with faculty mentor Doug Robinson, associate professor of Biology
- “Worldwide CoLaboration” by Allison Espana of Elmhurst, N.Y.; Stephanie Montano of Newburgh, N.Y.; Dennis Rodriguez of New Windsor, N.Y.; and their faculty mentor Micah Modell, assistant professor of Information Technology