Join us Wednesday, April 19, 2023 at 10:30am-12noon in Kryzsko Commons Oak Room G for the Early-Years Research student presentations.

The Early-Years Research & Creative Mentoring grants provide students with an opportunity to develop an understanding and learn skills in various aspects of research. This could include planning, basic principles relative to research and creative work in the field, critical inquiry protocols, tracking data, writing about findings, and presenting findings.

Early-Years Research Presentations

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MIS Curriculum Development Using the Internet of Things (IoT)

Ibraahiim Roble, Winona State University

College of Business

Business Administration

William Blake Online Bibliography 2022-23

Alex Peachey, Winona State University

College of Liberal Arts

English

SARS-Coronavirus-2 Gene Mutagenesis

Salina Acharya, Winona State University
Anna Anderson, Winona State University

College of Science & Engineering

Biology

Development of Promotional Material for the Chemistry Department

Elise A. Betcher, Winona State University

College of Science & Engineering

Chemistry

Investigation of the Plastic-Digesting Enzyme PETase

Karina Kpahn, Winona State University

College of Science & Engineering

Chemistry

Learning NMR by Building a Library of 31P NMR Spectra for Common Phosphorus Ligands

Connor J. Lehner, Winona State University

College of Science & Engineering

Chemistry

Welding 3D Printed Structures for Composite Sacrificial Tooling

Dominic L. Perez, Winona State University
Kyle Gerold, Winona State University
Matt K. Ficker, Winona State University
Matthew D. Wooden, Winona State University
Aidan M. Dungy, Winona State University
Brennan G. Coit, Winona State University

College of Science & Engineering

Composite Materials Engineering

Images of The Future

Bradley F. Budach, Winona State University

College of Science & Engineering

Computer Science

3D Geospatial Crystal Printing

Ritesh Shah, Winona State University

College of Science & Engineering

Computer Science

3D Printing Topographical Data Using QGIS

Siena L. Kuehn, Winona State University

College of Science & Engineering

Geoscience