BAE at the Undergraduate Research Symposium

Undergraduate research can be one of the most important experiences during their time on campus.  The Office of Undergraduate Research Summer Symposium gives students an outlet to present the research they’ve taken on during the summer and learn from their peers about other research across campus. Not only does this give them an outlet to practice communicating their science, but this also opens the door for future ideas and collaboration. Two students presented at the symposium this year who were hosted by BAE.

See the full list of abstracts here.

Riley Dowdy-Green is a senior at NC State majoring in environmental engineering with a minor in chemical engineering. She worked with advisors Dr. Lucie Guertault and Dr. Garey Fox. She presented on her research titled, “Transport of Water and Contaminants Across a Riparian Buffer.” The project was funded by the USDA.

Lauren Cohen is a senior at Michigan Technological University majoring in applied ecology and environmental science. This summer she worked with Dr. Chadi Sayde as her advisor. She presented on her research titled, “A novel small-scale weighing lysimeter with wick controlled lower boundary condition.” Lauren was the recipient of a National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates fellowship.