Taste of Research To Be Held Today

Meredith’s annual “A Taste of Research” event will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2012, in the Science and Mathematics Building Atrium. The event lasts from 4-6 p.m.

The showcase of summer research is an opportunity for students to share the results of their research through poster presentations. Another purpose of the event is to encourage other students to explore undergraduate research.

Students will share research from many academic disciplines. Topics include “Forgiveness: Study on Attitudes and Perceptions;” “Deviant Behavior in Post World War I Society;” “A Manipulation of Perceptions of Leadership among College Women,” and “HIV Protease Inhibition through Tylosema Fassoglensis and Oxymatrine.”

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