Student Research

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Welcome to the site where we celebrate the research accomplishments of our students.

 

If you′re looking for your own opportunities for research, please explore the following links.

On Campus Research Opportunities

Other Research Opportunities


Recent Student Publications

Examples of recent student-authored papers and presentations:

Bonhert, K. A.* and R. Cappellato. Valuation of ecosystem services of Overton Park, Memphis, Tennessee, Ecological Society of America, Memphis, TN August 2006.

Brown, T. C.*, V. Smith*, A. G. Teepe, T. W. Hill, and D. M. Loprete.  Complementation of a wall integrity defect in a mutant of Aspergillus nidulans.  13th Southeastern Regional Yeast Meeting, Hattiesburg, MS, March 2006.

Cook, R. E.* and M.E. Miller. Characterization of the MCS9 Suppressor of Mis-localized G1 Cyclin Cln3 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. South Eastern Regional Yeast Meeting.  2006. Hattiesburg, MS

Devitt, J. A.*, C. P. Fenster, and J. A. Blundon. Electrophysiological investigation of the effects of NI-16 on long term potentiation in mouse hippocampal slices. Tennessee Academy of Science, Memphis, TN, March 2005

Stratton, M.* The role of light and oxygen in Chaoborus pentipennis diel vertical migration. Tennessee Academy of Science, Memphis, TN, March 2006.

Other Recent published papers and presentations at meetings (pdf)
Publications in The Rhodes Journal of Biological Sciences are not included here.

Presentations given at URCAS (Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Symposium)

Past Student Research

Student Research 2010-2011 (pdf)
Student Research 2009-2010 (pdf)
Student Research 2008-2009 (pdf)
Student Research 2007-2008 (pdf)
Student Research 2006-2007 (pdf)
Student Research 2005-2006 (pdf)
Student Research 2004-2005 (pdf)
Student Research 2003-2004 (pdf)
Student Research 2002-2003 (pdf)
Student Research 2001-2002 (pdf)
Student Research 2000-2001 (pdf)
Student Research 1999-2000 (pdf)

Rhodes Journal of Biological Sciences

Access Rhodes Journal of Biological Sciences here.