More than 900 individuals representing 58 colleges and universities in 11 states participated in Butler University’s 28th annual Undergraduate Research Conference on April 8. The students presented in 26 subject areas, from music and English to biology and chemistry.

Indiana University-Bloomington student Reyan Coskun presents her poster on "Toward Efficient Chemoenzymatic Syntheses of Sialyl-a-2,3-Lactose/Lactosamine Assisted by a Fluorous-Tag Purification."

Indiana University-Bloomington student Reyan Coskun presents her poster on “Toward Efficient Chemoenzymatic Syntheses of Sialyl-a-2,3-Lactose/Lactosamine Assisted by a Fluorous-Tag Purification.”

Emily Wilkerson, a sophomore Elementary Education major from Columbus, Indiana, Moriah Riggs, a sophomore Marketing/Communications major from Hernando, Mississippi, and Allissa Quick, a sophomore Pharmacy major from Terre Haute, Indiana, were among the volunteers helping out at the URC.

Emily Wilkerson, a sophomore Elementary Education major from Columbus, Indiana, Moriah Riggs, a sophomore Marketing/Communications major from Hernando, Mississippi, and Allissa Quick, a sophomore Pharmacy major from Terre Haute, Indiana, were among the volunteers helping out at the URC.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Butler student Jesse Allen presents "A Blaschke-Factor Bifurcation Locus"

Butler student Jesse Allen presents “A Blaschke-Factor Bifurcation Locus.”

Butler's Brittany Garrett was among the artists who artwork was on display.

Butler’s Brittany Garrett was among the artists who artwork was on display.

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