Stockton’s NAMS Symposium 2013 – Winners and Posters

On behalf of Tara Luke and myself, a huge thank you to everyone in the Stockon School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (NAMS) for helping to make this year’s Research Symposium such a success!

Please thank all of your students for doing such an excellent job.

Also, thank you to Dean Weiss, to Tana Tracey who helped set up the food services and location before she retired, thanks to David Dimmerman and all in A&S who helped with printing the volumes of posters, and of course the judges: Jason Shulman, Eva Baranowski, Mark Sullivan, Russ Mason, Dick Colby, and Adam Aguiar.  And, last but not least, thanks to Provost Harvey Kesselman for attending the event and offering such great words of encouragement to our students.

Scroll down to see pictures of the events and the names and pictures of the winners and their posters.

Our first place winner:

Understanding binding interaction of EGFR for the targeted treatment of lung cancer. Student Author: Shannon Tarby.

Understanding binding interaction of EGFR for the targeted treatment of lung cancer. Student Author: Shannon Tarby.

Other student poster winners:

Impacts of Derelict Crab Traps in the Mullica River-Great Bay Estuary: Patterns of Bycatch and progress towards preventing future loss.  Student Authors: Maureen Duffy, Maria Berezin, and Duane Friedman.

Impacts of Derelict Crab Traps in the Mullica River-Great Bay Estuary: Patterns of Bycatch and progress towards preventing future loss. Student Authors: Maureen Duffy, Maria Berezin, and Duane Friedman.

Annual Account of Stockton's Vernal Ponds. Student Authors: Jillena Yeager, Gordon Sabol, and Evan Gunn.

Annual Account of Stockton’s Vernal Ponds. Student Authors: Jillena Yeager, Gordon Sabol, and Evan Gunn.

A Study of Recombinant Frequencies in Sordaria fimicola with Mutant Spore Types.  Student Authors: Alexis Sullivan, Douglas Farrell, and Thien Hoang.

A Study of Recombinant Frequencies in Sordaria fimicola with Mutant Spore Types. Student Authors: Alexis Sullivan, Douglas Farrell, and Thien Hoang.

Purification and Characterization of Anti-Adhesion Molecules Isolated from Cranberry Extract. Student Authors: Jennifer Ulejczyk and Eric Kong.

Purification and Characterization of Anti-Adhesion Molecules Isolated from Cranberry Extract. Student Authors: Jennifer Ulejczyk and Eric Kong.

The NAMS Symposium was very well attended!

The 2013 NAMS Research Symposium was very well attended, with over 40 posters and many more students and faculty.

The 2013 NAMS Research Symposium was very well attended, with over 40 posters and many more students and faculty.

Here is a top-down view of the posters being set up before the event.

Dr. Tara Luke and students proudly display their undersea robot.

Dr. Tara Luke and students proudly display their undersea robot.

Thanks again to everyone who made this a success!

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