More than 200 SUNY Oneonta students were selected to present at the 2018 SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference, hosted by SUNY Oneonta on April 20.
Students from 28 SUNY colleges and universities presented 179 research projects in two poster sessions, and another 100 projects in oral presentations throughout the day.
Every spring, SURC brings together undergraduate researchers and faculty mentors for two daylong programs of presentations, performances, art displays and poster sessions held on two separate campuses. The second SURC event was April 21, at Monroe Community College in Rochester.
The following area students presented at SURC:
Patrick Cammer of Huntington Station, whose major is Fashion and Textiles, presented a poster titled, “What can Contemporary Fashion Learn from the Great Outdoors? A Case Study Approach to Tackling Sustainability Issues in the Apparel Industry.”
Nicholas Freiman of Huntington, whose major is Music Industry, presented a poster titled, “NAMM 2018.”
John Reilly of Huntington, whose major is Psychology, presented a poster titled, “Rural Attitudes and Behaviors.”
Arielle Soury of Dix Hills, NY, whose major is Psychology, presented a poster titled, “Parental Understanding and Discipline Techniques of Moral and Prudential Transgressions Among Preschool-Aged Children.”
Located in the hills of Central New York, SUNY Oneonta is a mid-size, public, liberal arts and sciences college with a pre-professional focus. The college enrolls approximately 6,000 students in a wide variety of bachelor’s degree programs and a number of graduate certificates and degrees.