Show and Tell
Video games. Dace fish. Gender and diabetes. For two semesters, 30 student and faculty pairs have been working together as part of Pace’s Undergraduate Research Program. Hear about their findings at showcases on May 7 in NYC and May 8 in PLV.
From discovering assistive technologies for adults with disabilities to the effects of video games on students’ studying habits; the interaction between a tumor suppressor and pro-apoptotic protein in breast cancer to the influence of gender and diabetes; and so much more—30 Pace student-faculty pairs are ready to unveil their research at the 3rd Annual Pace Undergraduate Research Showcase.
Join Provost Uday Sukhatme, ScD, and the Division for Student Success in recognizing the achievements of the 3rd Annual Pace Undergraduate Research Program’s 30 student-faculty pairs. Pace student and faculty pairs will highlight their research through a variety of media, culminating in an award presentation.
Showcases will be held as follows:
Wednesday, May 7
11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Student Union, One Pace Plaza
Thursday, May 8
10:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Gottesman Room, Kessel Student Center
For more information about the pairings or to read progress on their blogs, visit www.pace.edu/ugresearch.
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