Earlier this week students and faculty from the Augustana undergraduate research program came to the St. Ambrose campus to meet the SAU undergraduate researchers and faculty mentors. Students prepared a two slide Power Point presentation to illustrate the projects they were completing this summer.
In round robin style research groups moved around the room, until each group had heard about every other group’s research. Project topics included robots, breast cancer, hormones in waste water, wisdom and more.
As you can see from the pictures, the students and faculty really got into their discussions, and everyone got a taste of how diverse research can be. It was a fantastic experience and we agree this will need to be repeated next year.