This summer, 54 undergraduates participated in the Adrian Tinsley Program for Undergraduate Research and Creative Scholarship. Bridgewater State University students on Thursday showcased the results of their scholarly research and creativity.
Students gave oral presentations and displayed research posters and artwork at the day-long symposium, held in the Dana Mohler-Faria Science & Mathematics Center.
Students researched the mother-infant relationship in orangutans, the transitions elite soccer players make at the end of their careers, policies governing the treatment of farm animals, and many other topics across the academic disciplines at BSU.
See the attached PDF for a full list and descriptions of the projects. (Photos by Drew Cambra, ’19).