Students across a variety of disciplines presented their research to the campus community recently at the 2019 Spring Poster Session in Kirby Sports Center. Topics ranged from comparing sea surface temperatures to identifying racial differences in lung tumor immune cell abundance, from social media use and loneliness in emerging adults to robot navigation using a wireless brain-computer interface. Some of the more than 100 students involved in the research will see their work published in scholarly journals; others have had the opportunity to present their findings at professional conferences. More than half of all Lafayette students engage in student-faculty research before they graduate.

Photos by Brandon Marin ’22; view the full set of images in Flickr

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