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11th Annual Choose Ohio First Conference

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On Sunday, April 7, 2019 approximately 350 Choose Ohio First Scholars presented research posters at the eleventh annual Choose Ohio First Research Poster Conference held this year at Case Western Reserve University.  Scholars from seven Northeast Ohio institutions were in attendance (Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland State University,   Cuyahoga Community College, Kent State University, Notre Dame College, University of Akron and Youngstown State University.)

 

CSU was represented by 98 Scholars who presented 31 out of 125 total posters.   CSU students won 5 of the top 17 prizes.

 

CSU Winning Posters:

 

Image Quality of the Foldscope”

By: Stephen Kennedy

Faculty Mentor: Dr. Streletzky

 

Probability Analysis of Bingo”

By: Benjamin Kovacic, Luke Palos, Jack Seibert, Francisco Jose Pinera

Faculty Mentor: Barbara H. Margolius

 

“Distribution of Digits in Integers”

By: Donny McCrae, Garrett Rangel, Elizabeth Striker, Julia Wright

Faculty Mentor: Dr. Barbara Margolius

 

“Artificial Neural Network”

By: Victor Ipinmoroti

 

“A Parametric Analysis on The Effects of Proposed JP7 Fuel Alternatives on Ideal Scramjet Performance”

By: Dan Londrico

Faculty Mentor: Maryam YounessiSinaki

 

Special thanks to CSU’s Choose Ohio First Success in Mathematics Cohort advisor Dr. Kiril Streletzky, Coordinator Kara D’Angelos, and Graduate Assistant Kendra Helfrich for orchestrating CSU’s participation and to the 20 faculty members from the College of Sciences & Health Professions and Washkewicz College of Engineering who advised the Choose Ohio First Scholars’ undergraduate research projects. The Choose Ohio First Student Success in Mathematics regional collaboration recognizes that a sound mathematical background is a gateway to careers in engineering, chemistry, physics, computer science, and related fields but being a math major is not a requirement of the program.

 

Choose Ohio First is a state-funded scholarship program aimed at graduating more students in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Medicine (STEMM). Program Director Dr. Barbara Margolius guides faculty advisors in five program tracks who engage CSU’s over 230 Choose Ohio First Scholars in various mentoring, advising, networking, research, and service activities as they work towards completing their undergraduate degree.