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DULUTH, MN – Sixty-six undergraduate students at University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) presented a poster for the spring 2019 Undergraduate Research and Artistic Showcase on Friday, April 23, and 14 students gave oral presentations. The event was sponsored by the UMD Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program.
Cheyenne Olson, a Senior majoring in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Colfax, was involved in this year’s UROP Research and Artistic Showcase.
“Cheyenne presented a poster entitled, A Face-to-Face Eye-Tracking Study Involving College Students’ Facial Perception of Adults Who Stutter in Comparison to a Control.,” said Marc Seigar, associate dean in the Swenson College of Science and Engineering. “This is an invaluable opportunity for students to conduct research and to practice presenting their work to an outside audience,” said Seigar.
UROP provides financial support for research, scholarly, or creative projects that are completed with a faculty member. The showcase is an opportunity for these students to present their achievements to the public. Each poster presentation highlights the student’s involvement in the program.