MCKEESPORT, Pa. — Penn State Greater Allegheny students highlighted their research projects at the campus Student Research and Creativity Conference on Thursday, Nov. 19.
Projects representing business, engineering, English, humanities, math, psychology, science and social sciences were displayed (see complete listing). Some of the projects displayed related to Teaching International’s 2015-16 Global Pittsburgh focus and theme of literacies, whereas others highlighted sustainability. Honors students presented their honors option projects.
Best submissions were determined by votes from the campus community. The winning entries are listed below.
Literacies1st Place – “Mood Food” (PSYCH 100H) Veronica Goetz
2nd Place – “Embalming and Alternative Methods” (CHEM 210H) Jessica Boros