Posters at the Capitol 2018

Posters at the Capitol 2018
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Posters at the Capitol 2018 - Pulaski County Participants

Kentucky High School Students were invited to participate with the universities across the Commonwealth in their “Posters at the Capitol” program.  This program is intended to help members of Kentucky’s legislature and the Governor better understand the importance of involving undergraduates in research, scholarly, and creative work.

Kentucky's best students and projects were invited to present their work in the Capitol building during a legislative session.  In previous years there has been significant traffic between presenters and State Legislators.  Students have the opportunity of expressing to legislators their innovative ideas and show off work they have completed.  This is a great opportunity for our students and programs.
(credit: http://www.pltwky.org/events/posters-at-the-capitol-2016/)

PLTW Posters at the Capitol 2018
Posters at the Capitol 2018

Our Addiction to Technology:  Physiological Responses to Cell Phone Deprivation
Brooklyn Hopkins, Morgan Singleton, Bobby Blanco, & Devon Creech (not pictured)

Posters at the Capitol 2018

Train Energy
Caleb Wright, Hagan Elmore, & Mykal Cress

Posters at the Capitol 2018

Gross and Microanatomical Effects of a High protein Diet in a Murine Model
Laila Cook & Wiley Cain

Posters at the Capitol 2018

Bottles for a Better Today
Jacob Shepherd & Carly Geralds

Posters at the Capitol 2018

Biofeedback Therapy at Your Fingertips
Grant Kerns & Hannah Shawen

Posters at the Capitol 2018

Effects of Caffeine-Inducting Diets in Fruit flies
Kodie Brown

Posters at the Capitol 2018

Specialized Lotion prevents Contamination of E. Coli
Morgan Singleton & Bobby Blanco

Posters at the Capitol 2018















 

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