Undergraduates Speak to Peers about Finding Research Groups at Poster Session

During an undergraduate poster session on Jan. 23, Wesleyan students shared their research with aspiring students interested in finding a research group.

During an undergraduate poster session on Jan. 23, Wesleyan students shared their research with aspiring students interested in finding a research group.

Fatima Raezelle ’16 spoke about her research titled “Characterization of DNA Binding Properties of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Linker Histone H! Architectural Protein.”

Fatima Raezelle Javier ’16 spoke about her group’s research titled “Characterization of DNA Binding Properties of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Linker Histone H! Architectural Protein.”

Melissa Mischell ’16 and Narin Luangrath ’16 presented a poster about their research on “Unmarked Length Spectrum Rigidity of Metric Graphs.”

Melissa Mischell ’16 and Narin Luangrath ’16 presented a poster about their research on “Unmarked Length Spectrum Rigidity of Metric Graphs.”

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Jane Abolafia ’16 spoke about her molecular biology research.

Will Sawyer ’16 presented research on “Structural Mapping and Modeling,” where he fielded observations, geographical studies, and mechanical modeling to better understand rock deformation.

Will Sawyer ’16 presented research on “Structural Mapping and Modeling,” where he fielded observations, geographical studies, and mechanical modeling to better understand rock deformation.

Hannah Morales '17 discusses her group’s research on “Syntheses of fluorinated trehalose to test their impact on protein stability.” The research is a collaboration between the Department of Physics and Department of Chemistry.

Hannah Morales ’17 discusses her group’s research on “Syntheses of fluorinated trehalose to test their impact on protein stability.” The research is a collaboration between the Department of Physics and Department of Chemistry.

Ming Lin ’16, under the QAC Summer Apprenticeship Program, presented a project titled “Size Matters: Multisensory Pitch Interval Perception using an Oddball Paradigm.”

Ming Lin ’16, under the QAC Summer Apprenticeship Program, presented a project titled “Size Matters: Multisensory Pitch Interval Perception using an Oddball Paradigm.”

Prior to the poster session, students hosted a seminar, focusing on finding a research group.

Prior to the poster session, students hosted a seminar, focusing on finding a research group.