X-SIG Hosts Seventh Annual Poster Presentation During Family Weekend

X-SIG 7th Annual Poster Presentation (Photo Cam D'Amica/The Gettysburgian)

X-SIG 7th Annual Poster Presentation (Photo Cameron D’Amica/The Gettysburgian)

By Cameron D’Amica, Features Editor

The Cross-Disciplinary Science Institute at Gettysburg College (X-SIG) held its 7th annual poster presentation on Friday, November 1st from 2:00-4:00 p.m. in the Science Center lobby. The students presented posters on their findings from the research that they conducted over the summer, whether it was on campus or off campus research. 

Students, parents, faculty, and more stopped by the lobby to look at the posters and talk to students about their projects. Both the main floor and the second floor of the Science Center lobby were filled with posters and students who were explaining their research and findings to those walking around, and one of the observers was President Bob Iuliano.

There were 73 student participants and 27 faculty members who mentored their research through the X-SIG program. The fields of research included biology, chemistry, environmental studies, health sciences, mathematics, physics, and psychology.

The lobby was filled with chatter and enthusiasm as students, faculty, friends, and family walked from poster to poster.

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Author: Cameron D'Amica

Cameron (Cam) D'Amica '22 is the Features Editor for The Gettysburgian. She is an English major who hails from Milford, New Jersey. She is a member of the Women's Golf team and works for the Office of Residential and First-Year Programs as a Resident Assistant. Aside from her academic and extracurricular pursuits, she enjoys traveling, hiking, and reading.

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