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home : news : school & college May 23, 2018

4/23/2018 9:12:00 AM
Lander Students Awarded at SC Conference

Several Lander students received first place awards for their presentations during the 14th annual Upstate Research Symposium. Hosted by the University of South Carolina Upstate, the Upstate Research Symposium provides a forum where both faculty and students from primarily undergraduate institutions throughout the Upstate of South Carolina can interact to discuss and share information regarding their research, scholarly and/or creative endeavors.

Lander Senior Meg Lacombe, a chemistry major from Beaufort, received first place for her presentation “Lead Analysis of Drinking Water at a South Carolina University.”

Three students tied for first in their category: Suzie Pace of Abbeville, nursing and health sciences; and Blair Harmon of Saluda and Jessica Wood of Hodges, Biology and Physiology.

Also presenting were: Nadja Seymour of Columbia, Hannah Girardeau of Greenville, and Daniel Hutto of Piedmont.

Presenting in the poster session were: Lee Phillips of Greenwood and Ryan Martin of Goose Creek, bioinformatics and biotechnology; Hannah Vickery of Williamston, biology and physiology; and Scarlett Singletary of Charleston and Anna Connelly of Greenwood, chemistry and environmental sciences.

Members of the Lander faculty were also in attendance: Michael Brizek, Mary Paige Ouzts, Pragya Sharma-Ghimire, T.D. Maze, Jennifer Maze, and Chris Duncan.

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