GCSU students present research at the Georgia State Capitol

GCSU students and professors at state Capitol

GCSU students present research at the Georgia State Capitol

On February 20, 2024, The Georgia State Capitol hosted students for the annual "Posters at the Georgia State Capitol." The event aims to showcase original scholarly research and creative projects by undergraduate students from universities in the state of Georgia.

Georgia College and State University students, supported by MURACE, were in attendance to present their important work. 

Natalie Clark presented her research on  "The Impact of COVID-19 on Young Children’s Social and Emotional Behaviors." Natalie is mentored by Dr. Tsu-Ming Chiang.

Isabella Dattilio Presented her research on "Synthesis of Mesalamine and Curcumin Capped Metal Nanoparticles for the Treatment of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)." Isabella is mentored Dr. Peter Rosado. 

We are proud of their achievements. We are looking forward to their continuing success. 

We encourage students and their mentors to engage in research and creative projects. Please follow us on most social media platforms (LinkedIn, X, Facebook and Instagram) for tips, updates and important deadlines. 


Updated: 2024-02-22
Ania Rynarzewska
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