The College of Science held its 14th annual Student Research Exposition on Thursday, October 18. There were 44 entries on display representing three categories: Undergraduate Category, Graduate Category and Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society Award. “All of our entries deserve praise,” stated Mark Nielsen, Associate Dean of the College of Science. “We’re very proud of the quality of student research that was on display.”

CMCI student researcher Emmanuel Ijezie‘s poster, “Rhinovirus curtails disease severity in respiratory viral co-infections in mice,” was one of two outstanding posters selected in the Graduate Category. He is majoring in Biology and his faculty mentor is Tanya Miura.