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SU Students Share Research with General Assembly

Amanda Rocker of Edgewater, MD, shows her poster to Maryland Delegate Carl Anderton Jr.
Amanda Rocker, right, showed her poster to Maryland Delegate Carl Anderton.

SALISBURY, MD---Fourteen Salisbury University students recently shared their undergraduate research with members of the Maryland General Assembly during the presentation “Posters on the Bay” at the State House in Annapolis.
SU Undergraduate Research Fellows presenters included finance and chemistry major Austin Dabbs of Columbia, MD; biology majors Lauren DeLong of Laurel, MD, Myra Dickey of Annapolis, and Amanda Rocker of Edgewater, MD; communication arts major Genevieve Kurtz of Takoma Park, MD; exercise science majors Colleen Lynch of Davidsonville, MD, and Ben Meister of Pasadena, MD; art major Martina Maya-Cullen of Laurel, MD; chemistry majors Julia Miller of Ellicott City, MD, and Patrick Miller of Lancaster, PA; geography and geographic information science major Zachery Radziewicz of Easton, MD; and English and political science major Danielle Walker of Owings Mills, MD.
Other students presenting included Anthony DiBartolo of Salisbury, pursuing his M.S. in geographic information systems management; and mathematics major Amy Vennos, also of Salisbury.
SU’s Graduate Studies and Research and the Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity sponsored the poster session.
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