GRS students present at NCUR
PHOTO: GRS students present at National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR). Left to right: Theresa Brehm, Anne Dinges, Hannah Baysinger. Not pictured: Kylee Joiner
Four Global Resource Systems students share their research at the 33rd annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) on April 11-13, 2019. NCUR creates a space for undergraduate students to present and celebrate exemplary research, scholarship, and creative activity. It is also a great networking opportunity. The GRS students attending and presenting are:
Hannah Baysinger on “The Impacts of Diverting Water by Hand-Dug Channels in the Nile Watershed on Agriculture and Food Security in the Kamuli District of Uganda”
Theresa Brehm on “Using Decomposition of Household Items as an Indicator of Soil Health and Educational Tool in Kamuli District, Uganda”
Anne Dinges on “Assessing Transferability of Microsatellite Markers for Genetic Diversity Studies in Wild Potato Species in Uruguay”
Kylee Joiner on “Peer Health Coaching for Physical Activity, Self-Efficacy, and Stress in College Students”
Congratulations on presenting your research!