MARQUETTE – Eleven Northern Michigan University students presented papers at the 16th annual Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Science, Engineering and Mathematics Nov. 4-5 in Illinois.
The theme for this year was “Abstracts: Times, Titles, and Locations.” Students were invited to give presentations on their research in biology, chemistry, physics, mathethmatics and computer science.
Hamtramck: Elizabeth Roberts, senior, mathematics; Marquette: Alexander Buck, senior, chemistry; Megan Phillips, senior, biochemistry; Brian Pscuik, junior, chemistry; John Puckett, junior, physics;
Geneva: Michael Lemke, senior, philosophy; Libertyville: Erin Bakshis, senior, sociology;
Chippewa Falls: Tony Schindler, senior, physics; Eagle River: Brian Rasmussen, senior, physics; Milladore: Judy Pumper, senior, biochemistry; Wisconsin Rapids: Lindsey Meister, senior, biochemistry.