Undergraduate Research Symposium
The 2017 Undergraduate Research Symposium was held on Friday, March 17th in the lobby of the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts from 1-5pm. The Symposium highlighted the amazing cutting-edge research being conducted on Michigan Tech's campus by some of our best and brightest undergraduate students.
The Pavlis Honors College hosted undergraduate researchers and scholars from all departments, schools and programs to present abstracts for presentation.
The symposium gives undergraduate students the opportunity to:
- present posters describing completed or ongoing research
- receive feedback from faculty judges
- learn from experience
The winners of the 2017 Undergraduate Research Symposium are:
1st Place: Stephanie Dietrich, Exercise Science for Subjective and Objective Assessments of Sleep Differences in Male and Female Collegiate Athletes
2nd Place: Brian Flanagan, Computer Engineering for The Effects of Uncertain Labels on Damage Assessment in Remotely Sensed Images
3rd Place: Drew Hanover, Mechanical Engineering for Building-to-Grid Predictive Power Flow Control for Demand Response and Demand Flexibility Programs
We would also like to recognize three students in the Honorable Mention category: Trevyn Payne, Hannah Marti, and Jacob Schoenborn. Congratulations to all of our winners and honorable mentions!
If you would like to view and download photos from this year's Symposium please visit the Pavlis Honors College Flickr page. You can also view the URS booklet that details all of the Symposium participant abstracts. We are looking forward to next year's Symposium!