SUNY Oneonta students present research; creative projects


ONEONTA — Several local residents were among the more than 100 State University of New York at Oneonta students who presented projects as part of the college’s annual Student Research and Creative Activity Day.

Typically the event is hosted in a two-day, on-campus event.

This year projects were presented virtually for the public to view. Area participants included:

-Logan Conte, of Whitesboro: Short-Run Economic Impacts of Strategic Petroleum Reserve Release in the United States;

-Erin Dunfield, of Blossvale: ESRAP Student Merchandising Competition — FeelGood Scrubs;

-Dean Langman, of New Hartford: Exploring the Role of Clathrin During Ty1
Replication in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.


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