1st Annual ASU Student Research Conference (March 22, 2000)
(A picture-book story) Photos provided by Dr. Jurgen Brauer, College of Business
Betty House, Dean of ASU's College of Arts and Sciences and Richard Noone, a student in the department of languages, literature, and communications. Richard presented part of his play, "Foreign Embassy" as well as a paper "Decadent Xenophobes – Joyce, Thompson, and the Modern Condition."
Tomasz Jakub Macura, of the department of chemistry and physics, presents his "E-diver" electronic diving tutorial.
All sessions, here the physics and mathematics session, had standing room only attendance.
James Yick and Anahita Rafiee present "The Scarecrow Conjecture," an amusing, and literate, way to play with mathematics.
Prof. Chris Murphy joins two of his students, Alison Haney (left) and Samantha Wiley (right) and their poster presentation, "Analysis of Glass from Selected Archeological Features at Augusta State University."
Rebecca Fuller, department of chemistry, engaged many folks in a discussion on the "Effect of Caustic Pretreatment on Metal-Ion Catalyzed Dissolutions of Aluminum."
A happy smile of relief and joy after the presentations are over. Mary Vignogna (left) spoke on "The Brazilian Economic Crisis," and Judy Jordan and Cyndi White (center and left) presented "Billy Sunday Birt: A Case Study of Culture of Honor and the 'Dixie Mafia'."
Prof. Gary Stroebel (chemistry), who inspired the conference and co-organized it, also helps with the clean up.
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