Monday, April 11, 2016
Students Present Research at Butler University URC
On April 8th, Taylor students (from left to right) Marissa Kneer, Michael Nahrstadt, Andrew Pemberton, YeChan Moon, and Angie Bittner presented their original research at the Butler University Undergraduate Research Conference. Check out the details of each presentation.
Marissa Kneer - Geothermal Output Stream Design: Impacts on Local Water
Marissa's work how stream design features are affecting the rate of mineral deposition. These features will ultimately affect the mineral concentration with Taylor Lake.
Michael Nahrstadt - Introducing Computational Chemistry into First-year Undergraduate Lab Curriculum
Drew Pemberton - Introducing Computational Chemistry into First-year Undergraduate Lab Curriculum
YeChan Moon - Effects of a Geothermal Stream on a Near by Lake
YeChan's work demonstrates that the use of an open-loop geothermal cooling system has dramatically increased the sulfate concentration in Taylor Lake.
Angie Bittner - A Comparative Study of Manganese Oxide Coatings in a Disturbed Landscape in Rural Kentucky