Samford Undergraduates Featured in Research Symposium

Published on October 19, 2010  

On September 24 and October 1, 2010, the 2nd Annual Spotlight on Science undergraduate research symposium took place in the Samford University Christenberry planetarium. It featured Samford students who performed advanced research in the chemical, biological, or pharmaceutical sciences during the summer of 2010.

Some students shared their research they conducted on campus alongside faculty members. Others shared their research conducted at other universities, in the private sector, even in other countries. “The program has more than doubled in size from last year,” says Dr. Andrew Lampkins, professor of chemistry and biochemistry.

Featured students include Danielle Brown (Senior, Biochemistry), Walter Turner (Junior, Chemistry), Scott Buess (Senior, Biochemistry), Cedrick Kousok (Second-year, Professional Pharmacy), Laura Dzugan (Senior, Chemistry), Barrett Worley (Senior, Chemistry), Will Ricks (Sophomore, Chemistry), Zach Evans (Sophomore, Biochemistry and Spanish), Ashley Spann (Senior, Biology), Laura Bedsole (Sophomore, Chemistry), Eric Pozzo (Junior, Chemistry), Daniel Childs (Senior, Biochemistry), Ben Meadows (Junior, Environmental Science), Anna Worth (Junior, Biochemistry), Casey Moore (Sophomore, Biology), Richard Wakefield (Second-year, Professional Pharmacy), Lauren Harrington (Second-year, Professional Pharmacy), Sam Randolph (Third-year, Professional Pharmacy), Catherine Needham (Second-year, Professional Pharmacy).