Capitol Graduate Research Summit

The Capitol Graduate Research Summit (CGRS) is an annual showcase of research conducted by graduate students from Emporia State University, Fort Hays State University, Kansas State University, Pittsburg State University, University of Kansas, the University of Kansas Medical Center, and Wichita State University. Participants share their research posters with state legislators and the public. Outstanding presentations are selected for award presented by the participating institutions and BioKansas

18th annual CGRS

This year's CGRS will be held in a virtual format. Video presentations will be available for public viewing on the Capitol Graduate Research Summit virtual site February 18-25, 2021.

K-State Presenters

The following graduate students will represent K-State in the 18th annual Capitol Graduate Research Summit.

Chetan Badgujar
PhD student in Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Performance of Autonomous Ground Vehicle on Varying Slope

Jaeyoung Ha
PhD student in Environmental Design and Planning
Does Campus Biodiversity Matter for Student's Psychological Wellbeing?

Stephen Hammond
PhD student in Human Ecology, specializing in Kinesiology
Skin Blood Vessel Responses Following 5-Fluorouracil Chemotherapy Administration

Juhwan Lim
PhD student in Human Ecology, specializing in Hospitality Administration
The Role of Photos to Attract More Guests for Local Community

Tian Liu
PhD student in Economics
General Trade Policy Uncertainty and U.S. Trade Flows

Cameron Osborne
PhD student in Entomology
Identifying Enzymes Limiting an Effective RNA Response in the Biting Midge Culicoides Sonorensis

Manjot Kaur Rekhi
MS student in Agronomy
Sensing Nutrient Dynamics Using Soil-Based Microbial Fuel Cells

Kelly Shunje
PhD student in Chemistry
Fine Tuning the Physical Properties of Urea Fertilizer Using Crystal Engineering

Hannah Stowe
MS student in Entomology
Discontinuous Diet Alters Fitness and Flight Behavior of Hippodamia Convergens (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)

Jeremy Williams
Master's student in Public Health
Data-Driven Stories Of Opportunity: Development Of A Comprehensive Communication Plan For The Riley County Opportunity Map