More Assertion-Evidence Talks by Undergraduates
Belinda Mativenga, a junior in chemical engineering, discusses a new way to detect malaria.
Mimi Overbaugh gives a talk on Osseointegration Prosthetics at the inaugural Leonhard Center Speaking Contest. Mimi's talk led to a visit by the Australian researcher of osseointegration. (Handout)
Greg Schnur, a junior in mechanical engineering at Penn State, speaks about Google's Autonomous Vehicle.
Kirk Santure, a senior in chemical engineering at Penn State, gives a talk on autonomous driving vehicles.
Kevin Bunce, an industrial engineer at Penn State, discusses how Organ Printing could help solve the shortage of organs needed for transplants.
Holly Cardillo, a junior in bioengineering from Penn State, discusses immunotherapy, which is a new approach to treat cancer. Holly gave this talk in 2014--three years before immunotherapy was announced as a breakthrough in treatment of childhood leukemia. (Handout)
Alison Willie, a sophomore in civil engineering, discusses a way to reduce ghost pots in crabbing. One thing striking about Alison's talk is the effective use of graphics to support her assertions.
Kelli Lenze, a first year mechanical engineering student, shows us how we can help to prevent malaria through insecticide-treated bed nets.
Jonathan Whitby, a junior in engineering science, discuss the use of 3D printing for soldiers.
A great recap of the inaugural Leonhard Center Speaking Contest.