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Undergrad students to present research projects

LAWRENCE — The University of Kansas will host its second annual Fall Undergraduate Research Poster Session next week, featuring the work of 57 KU students. The public is invited to the event, sponsored by KU’s Center for Undergraduate Research, from 4 -6 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10, in the Kansas Union Ballroom. 

“We have an excellent group of student presentations lined up for the Fall Poster Session,” said Alison Olcott, undergraduate research center director. “We hope the campus community will come out to hear from these students about what they have learned this semester.”

Local student Gage Miller, a psychology major from Ellinwood, will present his work “Discounting of Sexual Partners Prospectively Predicts Risky Sexual Behavior,” mentored by David Jarmolowicz, applied behavioral science.