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NYU Sends Highest Number of Undergrads to NY Research Exposition, Jan. 22

January 17, 2008
N-229, 2007-08

New York University’s College of Arts and Science (CAS) will send eight undergraduates to the New York Undergraduate Research Exposition in Albany on Jan. 22. NYU has more student representation at this conference than any other New York college or university, with NYU students comprising more than 10 percent of all student presenters.

The Undergraduate Research Exposition is sponsored by the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities (cIcu), which represents the chief executives of New York State’s independent colleges and universities on issues of public policy.

The one-day event will bring together a diversity of college students, faculty, and New York State legislators to showcase high-quality research posters. In addition to the display of student work, special presentations will take place during the day and a book with descriptions of the research projects will be provided to the legislators.

The following CAS students will be presenting their research at the exposition:

  • Na-Eun Christine Yoo
  • Andrey Zuskov
  • Justin Little
  • Elinor Zhou
  • Christine Constantinople
  • Anita Saha
  • Yeison Rodriguez
  • Robert Keller

This Press Release is in the following Topics:
Graduate School of Arts and Science, Research

Type: Press Release


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