A research project by two Minnesota State University, Mankato undergraduate students was one of 60 selected from across the nation (and one of two from Minnesota colleges—a project from St. Catherine University was the other) to be presented at the 24th annual Posters on the Hill event, which will be held today in Washington, D.C.
The Minnesota State Mankato students – Eryn Zuiker and Lindzy Nelson – will take part in a virtual poster session today at 11 a.m. Central time on Twitter.
Follow #POH2020 and #POHGoesVirtual to take part in this celebration.
Here is a link for more information: https://www.cur.org/what/events/students/poh/
The title of the research project by Zuiker and Nelson is:
“Connective Tissue Infiltration into Three-Dimensional Sintered Cobalt Chrome Alloy”
The Minnesota State Mankato students’ project was chosen from among approximately 400 applications nationwide.
A PDF of the program is available here (Minnesota State Mankato students listed on page 17).
Posters on the Hill is organized by the Council on Undergraduate Research.