The University of Kansas hosted its second annual Fall Undergraduate Research Poster Session Dec. 10 in the Kansas Union Ballroom.The event, sponsored by KU’s Center for Undergraduate Research, featured the work of 57 KU students.

Among those students presenting were two from Harvey County:


Kailene Hamilton,a social work and political science major from Hesston, presented on “Ethiopian Voting in Israel” (mentored by Rami Zeedan, political science).
Lynden Voth, a biochemistry major from Newton, presented on “Novel Mutations Reveal that the Macrodomain is Essential for Coronavirus Replication” (mentored by Anthony Fehr, molecular biosciences).