This year’s research projects, which includes nearly 100 students and their faculty mentors, ranges from a study of the molecular detection of fecal coliforms and human pathogens in Charleston’s waterways to an analysis of the feeding ecology of Bonnethead Sharks to the relationship between the frequency and context of social media use and mental health outcomes.
The Celebration of Scholars is free and open to the public. Follow this link for a full list of research projects that will be on display at the celebration.
Article by Amanda Kerr
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