Bass Connections Showcase 2019
Wednesday, April 17, 2019 - 3:30pm to 6:00pm
Come learn more about Bass Connections and find out what these research teams of faculty, graduate students, undergraduates and community partners have accomplished this year.
The reception and poster session begin. Cast your vote for the audience choice award for best poster.
Dean Valerie Ashby, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences, gives opening remarks, and students from five Bass Connections project teams present lightning talks (speaker order to be determined):
- Chinemerem Nwosu ’19 and Sam Sadler ’19, Improving Neurosurgery Outcomes in Uganda
- Samuel Eure ’19 and Nima Mohammadi ’20, Quantifying Gerrymandering
- Sahil Sandhu ’20 and Veronica Sotelo Munoz (MPP), Help Desk: A Student Initiative to Address the Social Determinants of Health
- Caleb Cooke ’21 and Karina Heaton ’21, Wired for Learning: Supporting Thinking Skills in the K-2 Classroom
- Merle Nye ’21, Mary Helen Wood ’21 and Alex Yoshizumi (MEM), Chronicling the Economic and Social History of Coal in Central Appalachia
Edward J. Balleisen, Vice Provost for Interdisciplinary Studies, recognizes this year’s recipients of the Bass Connections Award for Outstanding Mentorship and the Bass Connections Student Research Awards.
The reception and poster session continue until 6:00. We will announce the audience choice award for best poster at 5:45 (voting closes at 5:30).
Public parking is available in the Bryan Center Parking Deck, located on Science Drive between Duke Chapel and the Bryan Center. Penn Pavilion is a very short walk from the parking deck. Please contact us if you have any questions about parking, accessibility or directions.
Please email Sarah Dwyer at firstname.lastname@example.org. All are welcome.