Students present original research to the Board of Trustees

Dr. Tracy Curtis' students present their Lyme Disease research on May 17.

Dr. Tracy Curtis’ students present their Lyme Disease research on May 17.

SUNY Broome students presented their research projects to the college’s Board of Trustees on May 17.

Students of professors Tracy Curtis, Kim McLain, Christen Baumbach and Denisa Talovic presented on topics ranging from Lyme Disease to CPR, plagiarism and medication errors.

Dr. Kim McLain's Medical Assisting studnets present their research on CPR on May 17.

Dr. Kim McLain’s Medical Assisting studnets present their research on CPR on May 17.

The faculty involved provided their students with an experience that would allow them to answer a question via inquiry, exploration, data collection, analysis and reporting. All of the students at the Board Meeting last night also presented their research at the Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Art Gallery on Convocation Day.
Professor Denisa Talovic's student presents research on medication errors on May 17.

Professor Denisa Talovic’s student presents research on medication errors on May 17.

Dr. Kim McLain’s students also presented at the SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference (SURC) in Oneonta.  All of this stems from SUNY Broome’s involvement in the Community College Undergraduate Research Initiative (CCURI), a National Science Foundation funded project.  Broome is one of 43 community colleges involved nation-wide (www.ccuri.org).

Professor Christen Baumbach's student presents research on plagiarism on May 17.

Professor Christen Baumbach’s student presents research on plagiarism on May 17.