Students Present Research at SURC East and West

Congratulations to the SUNY Oneonta students who presented research projects at the SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference (SURC) on April 21 (at Suffolk County Community College–SURC East) and April 22 (SUNY Fredonia–SURC West). One student attended and presented at SURC East. Six students attended and presented at SUNY Fredonia, accompanied by faculty members Chien-Wei Lin and Kristen Roosa, and Kathy Meeker of the Grants Development Office. Student attendees/presenters are bolded in the project titles below. Thank you, students and faculty, for representing SUNY Oneonta at SURC with these impressive projects!

Student: Brian Adrian
Faculty mentor: Philip Sirianni (Economics, Finance & Accounting)
Oral presentation: “A Study of the New York Craft Brewing Industry and Alcohol-related Motor Vehicle Accident Rates”

Students: Celena Chiu, Dina Rose Cornell, Anthony Santor
Faculty mentor: Chien-Wei Lin (Management, Marketing & Information Systems)
Poster presentation: “The Influence of Cause Marketing Alliance on Donation Types”

Student: Thomas Franzem
Faculty mentor: Daniel Stich (Biology)
Oral presentation: “Factors Impacting Amphibian Abundance in Anthropogenic Vernal Pools”

Students: Paula Rebancos, Shannon Crehan
Faculty mentor: Kristen Roosa
Poster presentation: “Effect of the Circadian Rhythm on Phosphoramide Mustard-induced Toxicity in the Urinary System”

Students: Christopher Santana, Meaghan Kincaid, Christian Lopez
Faculty mentor: Chien-Wei Lin (Management, Marketing & Information Systems)
Poster presentation: “The Financial Motivations of Cause Marketing Campaigns”