NDSU community invited to McNair Scholars Research Forum
The NDSU community is invited to the 21st annual McNair Scholars Research Forum on Thursday, April 22, and Friday, April 23, from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Alumni Center Reimers room. The event is open to the public.
Each McNair Scholar will give a presentation lasting approximately 30 minutes. The schedule is:
Thursday, April 22
Sammie Nguyen, “Patient Rationale for Contraceptive Selection,” 10 a.m.
Fredice Quenum Zangbede, “Physical Assessment in Pharmacy,” 10:30 a.m.
Dion Cox, “Test Station and Electronic Load for Photovoltaic Panels,” 11 a.m.
Camille Jorgenson, “Supranutritional Selenium During Pregnancy Increases Ovine Mammary Gland Vascularity," 11:30 a.m.
Landon Johnson, “Memory and Memorial: Influence and Impact of the National Holocaust Museum,” 1 p.m.
Louis Sirota, “Defined Architecture,” 1:30 p.m.
Sylvie Munezero, “Compliance of Management of Diabetes with Burundi’s in FM Area,” 2 p.m.
Mohamed Ahmed, “Beclin-1 Dependent Inhibition of Autophagy,” 3 p.m.
Friday, April 23
Evelyne Niyonzima, “Satisfaction of New Americans and Refugees with Healthcare Services in Fargo,” 11:30 a.m.
John Fielding, “Packrat Middens as Paleoenvironmental Indicators in North Dakota,” 1 p.m.
Owen Romo, “Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe,” 1:30 p.m.
Kit Wong, “Replication Protein A,” 2 p.m.
Garrett Brunell, “Infrastructure Assessment and Rehabilitation,” 2:30 p.m.
Jason Brunell, “How Global Warming and Macro Physiology Affect Stress Response in Short and Long Lived Bird Species,” 3 p.m.
A faculty and a library mentor support each McNair Scholar. Mentors include Christian Albano, associate professor of pharmacy; Allan Ashworth, distinguished professor of geology; Eugene Berry, associate professor of veterinary and microbiological sciences; Wendy Brown, assistant professor of pharmacy; David Crutchfield, assistant professor of architecture and landscape architecture; Edward DeKeyser, assistant professor of natural resource sciences; Stevie Famulari, assistant professor of architecture and landscape architecture; Penelope Gibbs, assistant professor of veterinary and microbiology sciences; Donna Grandbois, assistant professor of nursing; Stuart Haring, assistant professor of chemistry and molecular biology; Margaret Khaitsa, associate professor of veterinary and microbiological sciences; Yail (Jimmy) Kim, assistant professor of civil engineering; Norma Kiser-Larson, associate professor of nursing; Kenneth Lepper, associate professor of geosciences; Donald Miller, professor and chair of pharmacy; Ronald Ramsay, associate professor of architecture and landscape architecture; Wendy Reed, assistant professor of biological sciences; Lawrence Reynolds, distinguished professor of animal and range sciences; Joy Sather-Wagstaff, assistant professor of anthropology; Sangita Sinha, assistant professor of molecular biophysics; Verena Theile, assistant professor of English; Kimberly Vonnahme, assistant professor of animal sciences; Subbaraya Yuvarajan, professor of electrical and computer engineering; and Joseph Zeleznik, Extension forester of plant sciences.