On behalf of Tara Luke and myself, we thank each and every one of the faculty and students for such an amazing turn-out at the NAMS Research Symposium this spring! Thanks go out to all of the NAMS staff for their help with our student research. I also want to thank the judges for their time and input: Adam Aguiar, David Burleigh, Justine Ciraolo, Nate Hartman, Marie Jelinski, and Chrissy Schairer. We also want to again extend our thanks to David Dimmerman and his staff for coordinating the poster printing. Finally, we thank Dean Weiss, Provost Kesselman, and President Saatkamp for their continuing support of our student research.
Frank Malatino, Matthew Widjaja – Novel Approach to Circuit Equations
Evan Drake, Radha Varadharajan, Kadeisha Pinkney – Using XROMM to test the mobility of the radius and ulna during locomotion in Rattus norvegicus: implications for fossil eutherians
Ashleigh Donaldson – Analysis of the metabolic adaptation due to cold shock in the algae Chlamydomonas Reinhardtii via Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
Jared Bland – Using Variational Principles to Bridge Geodesics and Classical Mechanics
Christopher Kotwicki – Determination of the Minimum Inhibitor Concentration of Clove Oil in Gram-negative bacteria
Alexis Sullivan, Douglas Farrell – A Novel Purification Strategy to Identify Anti-Adhesion Molecules from Vaccinium macrocarpon
Gianna Binetti, Andrew Lippman – An Extremophile at Stockton
Tiffany Lutes – Numerical Model Simulation of the Atmosphere above the Atlantic City Airport
Congratulations to all of our winners and many thanks again to everyone involved in making the 2014 NAMS Research Symposium a success!