A group of 10 Ouachita Baptist University students and three faculty members participated in the annual STEM Posters at the Capitol event held recently in Little Rock. They were among 110 undergraduate students who presented at the event, which highlights undergraduate research in natural sciences and math to elected state officials.
Dr. Detri Brech, professor of dietetics, as well as Dr. Nathan Reyna and Dr. Ruth Plymale, associate professors of biology, accompanied the students, who presented seven posters to high school students, other undergraduate students and professors, the media and Arkansas government officials at the capitol in Little Rock. Fifteen colleges and universities participated in the invitation-only event, and 70 posters were presented.
Smith, Katie and News Bureau, Ouachita, "Ouachita students present research to state legislators at STEM Posters at the Capitol" (2017). Press Releases. 394.