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Biology SCE Presentations

  • Students walk around and observe the Biology SCE posters
    Students walk around and observe the Biology SCE posters
  • The room was packed full at this SCE poster session
    The room was packed full at this SCE poster session
  • Dylan Grimes presents her SCE poster about plastic waste and turtle biology
    Dylan Grimes presents her SCE poster about plastic waste and turtle biology
  • Arianna Sabatino talks about her research on physical and movement therapy for children with cerebral palsy
    Arianna Sabatino talks about her research on physical and movement therapy for children with cerebral palsy
  • Luke D’Ostillio’s SCE poster
    Luke D’Ostillio’s SCE poster
  • Haley Zullo explains her SCE research
    Haley Zullo explains her SCE research
  • Maria Rodriguez presents her SCE poster about Phages as Agents of Bacterial Pathogenicity
    Maria Rodriguez presents her SCE poster about Phages as Agents of Bacterial Pathogenicity
  • Josh Samuels talks about his research on the role of aerobic exercise is treating and preventing depression
    Josh Samuels talks about his research on the role of aerobic exercise is treating and preventing depression
  • SCE poster on the gender differences in susceptibility to cancer
    SCE poster on the gender differences in susceptibility to cancer
  • Students and faculty read and observe the Biology SCE posters
    Students and faculty read and observe the Biology SCE posters
  • Senior David Pitts presents his thesis research to other students
    Senior David Pitts presents his thesis research to other students
  • Another SCE presentation
    Another SCE presentation
  • JP Martin shares his senior thesis research
    JP Martin shares his senior thesis research

Location: John S. Toll Science Center

April 16, 2019

On Tuesday, April 16, the Senior Biology majors presented their posters in Toll Atrium. This was the first half of the Biology presentations, which included 22 seniors. The poster topics ranged from how plastic waste has affected turtle biology to the role of aerobic exercise in the treatment and prevention of depression. The building was packed with many other students from other majors, who came out to support their fellow peers.


Last modified on Apr. 23rd at 5:20pm by Nick Blake.