Senior Symposium 2014

The senior symposium ask students to develop an original contribution to the knowledge of their chosen profession or discipline.  While it is not always easy to conduct ‘research’ as it may be traditionally understood as an undergraduate, our students have been wonderfully creative in how they connect their work to their interests. All of the posters were interesting — and they represent the wide variety of programs and areas of study available here at Ferris.

Senior Symposium Winners from 2014:

Lauren Steinhaus, “Could the Drug that Saves You Kill You?” - Senior Symposium Winner, 2014 Lauren Steinhaus, “Could the Drug that Saves You Kill You?” – Senior Symposium Winner, 2014 - Could the Drug that Saves You, Kill You? Bacterial infections are quite common and prove not only to be a nuisance, but also potentially lethal if not properly treated.  The […]
Elizabeth Schroeder “Online vs. Traditional Math Courses” - Senior Symposium Winner 2014 Elizabeth Schroeder “Online vs. Traditional Math Courses” – Senior Symposium Winner 2014 - Online vs. Traditional Math Courses Ferris State University along with many other colleges and universities in the United States offers a program known as ALEKs: a web-based, course management assessment […]
Tyler George “A Dynamical Model Examining the Effects of NFkB and HIF1 Pathways in Asergillus fumigatus Infected Airway Epithelial Cells” - Senior Symposium Winner, 2014 Tyler George, “A Dynamical Model Examining the Effects of NFkB and HIF1 Pathways in Asergillus fumigatus Infected Airway Epithelial Cells” – Senior Symposium Winner, 2014 - A Dynamical Model Examining the Effects of NFkB and HIF1 Pathways in Asergillus fumigatus Infected Airway Epithelial Cells The ubiquitous fungus, Aspergillus fumigatus, is responsible for an increasing number of […]

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