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Bethel Native Emma Nielsen Presents Project at Research and Creative Activity Day

Emma Nielsen from Bethel participated in SUNY Oneonta's annual Student Research and Creative Activity Day event. Typically the event is hosted in a two-day, on-campus event. This year projects were presented virtually for the public to view. All presentations can be found on the Student Research and Creative Activity Day web page.

Nielsen developed an original project titled "Tapeworms of Oneida Lake Fishes: Then & Now" under the guidance of Florian Reyda.

Created to recognize and promote undergraduate scholarship and creative activity, Student Research and Creative Activity Day has become the premier event for the scholarly student exhibition. More than 100 students, supported by faculty sponsors from a variety of academic disciplines, are virtually displayed for the public to view. All presentations can be found on the Student Research and Creative Activity Day web page.

 

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