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2021 Posters on the Bay

Salisbury University Student Research Presentation to the Maryland General Assembly

  • Wednesday, March 10, 2021
  • 6 p.m.
  • Via Zoom (See below for links)
Salisbury University Student Presents at Posters on the Bay VIA ZOOM

Students Present Research to State Legislators During 2021 Posters on the Bay

Salisbury University students shared their research with the Maryland General Assembly in a new format this year, as the annual Posters on the Bay event went virtual. State legislators were invited to join Zoom sessions with SU students to view and ask questions about their research, which covered topics including COVID-19 RNA, racial disparity among educators and national voter registration apps. Sponsored by SU’s Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (OURCA), Posters on the Bay gives SU students an opportunity to meet lawmakers and advocate for important issues.

Posters on the Bay 2021 (recorded presentations on Flipgrid)

Moderators

  • Dr. Adam Woodis - Assistant Director, Nationally Competitive Fellowships Office; Lecturer, Department of Modern Languages and Intercultural Studies (Group 1)
  • Ryan Weaver - Lecturer, Interdisciplinary Studies Program, Clarke Honors College, and Institute for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement (Group 2)
  • Dr. Kristen Walton - Director, Nationally Competitive Fellowships Office; Professor, Department of History (Group 3)
  • Dr. Rhyannon Bemis - Director, Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity; Associate Professor, Department of Psychology (Group 4)
  • Dr. Alexander Pope IV - Director, Institute for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement; Associate Professor, Department of Secondary and Physical Education (Group 5)

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