Posters on the Hill
This competitive event hosted by CUR gives students the opportunity to showcase their research to congressional members, meet with their representatives, and learn about advocacy for undergraduate research in Washington, D.C.
Students and their faculty mentors will have the opportunity to present their research on Capitol Hill in Spring 2019. For more information, visit https://www.cur.org/conferences_and_events/student_events/posters_on_the_hill/. The application deadline is November 1.
In Spring 2018, William Griffiths sought and received funding from MSU’s Undergraduate Scholars Program to begin writing a book communicating the impacts of climate change on cold water fisheries in the American West. He is focusing on four western rivers: the Deschutes in Oregon, the Salmon in Idaho, and the Yellowstone and Madison rivers in Montana.
|2006||Montana State University||
Influence of Co-contaminants and Natural Organic Matter on the Reduction of 2,4,5- trinitrotuluene (TNT), Chronium (VI), and Carbontetrachloride by Zero-valent Iron
|2007||Montana State University||Kelly Conde||Soil Water Alkalinity as a Function of CO2 Concentrations|
|2009||Montana State University - Bozeman||Timothy Brox||Microbial Impacts on the Crystalline Structure and Liquid Vein Network of Laboratory Ices: Implications for sub-zero microbial activity|
|2013||Montana State University - Bozeman||Neerja Zambare||Biofilm Induced Biomineralization in a Radial Flow Reactor|
|2014||Montana State University||Michael Samuel Fast Buffalo Horse||Language Revilalization in Montana's Native Merican Communities|
|2018||Montana State University - Bozeman||Will Griffiths||Our Last Cast: The Future of Fly Fishing in the American West|