Undergraduate Research Symposium

It’s no secret that NC State is known for producing research with impact, but did you know our undergraduate students are an integral part of this innovation?

Congratulations to Sam Blackman, Hannah Monroe, Ryan Phillips and Carrie Sanford who presented their research today at the 2019 NC State Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium, showcasing their research and BAE to the university community!

Sam, Ryan and Carrie were REEP Scholars and Hannah was the recipient of the Office of Undergraduate Reseach Academic Year Grant.

Sam Blackman

“Modeling Flow-Driven Nitrate Removal Rates and Prototyping Electrically-Augmented Woodchip Bioreactors”
Mentor: Dr.  Dr. François Birgand

Hannah Monroe

“Consolidated Bioprocessing of Perennial Grasses using Clostridium thermocellum with Enzyme Addition”
Mentor: Dr. Mari Chinn

Carrie Sanford

“Fructose Effects on Mixed Carbon Growth by Clostridium autoethanogenum”
Mentor: Dr. Mari Chinn

Ryan Phillips

“In-Situ Calibration of UAS Thermal Imagery”
Dr. Jason Ward