Approximately 100 students from Flathead Valley Community College, The University of Montana, and Whitefish High School presented their research projects to the community May 10 during the FVCC’s fourth annual Scholars Conference on Student Research.
Approximately 20 student presentations and 80 research posters were showcased during the event. Project topics ranged widely in such categories as biology, natural resources, chemistry, anatomy and physiology, history, psychology, anthropology, nursing, business, and computer science, among others.
Presentation winners and their research topics included:
First Place: Seth Donahue – Kill and Be Killed;
Second Place: Seth Donahue, Michael Selhost, Tanner Morrison, and Scott Bereta – Nuclear Energy in the United States; and
Third Place: Kristi Lindgren and Laurel Sugden – Chemical Analysis of Zinc-Air Fuel Cells.
Poster winners and their research topics included:
First Place: Kristi Lindgren and Laurel Sugden – Chemical and Mechanical Improvements;
Second Place: Amanda Price – Herron Park: A Place of Diversity; and
Third Place: Teagan Keith – For the Love of Loa: A Glimpse at Haitian.
For more information, contact FVCC Scholars Program Director Ivan Lorentzen, Ed.D., at 756-3864 or at email@example.com.