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UD students presenting at the CAA Undergraduate Research Conference included (from left, first row) Michele Wallace, Deangie Davis, Hamza Bhatti and Maria Marquez; and (second row) Elizabeth Knight, James Campbell, III, and Andrew J. Reitter.
Seven University of Delaware students presented research on topics ranging from brain cancer to music therapy at the Colonial Academic Alliance (CAA) Undergraduate Research Conference, held April 13-15 at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va.
The conference, a signature event of the CAA, provides participating students with the opportunity to share their findings in poster or oral presentations with an audience of fellow researchers, including students, faculty and administrators. Several special events were held during the conference to mark the alliance's 10th anniversary and to celebrate its mission to promote academic excellence.
"Our students gave outstanding presentations and interacted with scholars from the other CAA schools," said Lynnette Overby, faculty director of UD's Office of Undergraduate Research and Experiential Learning, who accompanied the UD students, along with Tiffany Scott, coordinator of the McNair Scholars Program.
"The directors of the CAA undergraduate research programs were able to discuss current programs and plan future collaborations," Overby noted.
UD's participants included these McNair Scholars:
Participants from UD's Undergraduate Research Program included the following:
Davis and Bhatti are students in the College of Arts and Sciences' NUCLEUS (Network of Undergraduate Collaborative Learning Experiences for Underrepresented Scholars) academic support program.
Founded in 2002 by the provosts of the institutions that compose the Colonial Athletic Association, the Colonial Academic Alliance promotes and facilitates collaborative programs and resource sharing to enhance academic quality and institutional effectiveness throughout its member institutions: the University of Delaware, Drexel University, George Mason University, Georgia State University, Hofstra University, James Madison University, University of North Carolina Wilmington, Northeastern University, Old Dominion University, Towson University, Virginia Commonwealth University and the College of William and Mary.
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