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Six UW-Green Bay undergraduate researchers to participate in Research in the Rotunda

The UW-Green Bay undergraduate researchers chosen to present at the Research in the Rotunda were announced recently by The Office of Grants and Research.

Researchers include: Emily Clark and Professor Timothy Kaufman on “A Qualitative Study of Best Practices in Police School Partnerships.”; Amberlee Jorgenson and Professor Regan Gurung with “A Full Serving of Restaurant Server Experiences: Sexual Harassment in the Restaurant Industry.”; Emma Nies and Associate Professor Gaurav Bansal with “Shipping and Return-Shipping Costs do not Cost the Same! Examining the Role of Shipping Costs, Gender and Product Price in Online Buying.”; David Edward Ginsberg and Assistant Professir Brian Welsch on “What are the Roles of Magnetic Field and Flare Ribbon Structure on CME Dynamics?”; Kenzie Ostien and Assistant Professor Karen Stahlheber with “Soil communities and switchgrass: mycorrhizal and microbial effect on plant growth and phosphorus uptake.”; and Spencer Vanderbloemen and Assistant Professor Patrick Forsythe with “Community Structure and Diet Composition of Fishes within the Lower Fox River, Green Bay, Wisconsin.”

All researchers will present their findings at the University of Wisconsin System’s 15th Annual Research in the Rotunda, April 11, 2018.

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