2019 College of Arts and Sciences Spring Research Symposium awards announced

More than 200 UNE undergraduate students took part in the 20th annual College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Spring Research Symposium.

The symposium, held on May 3, 2019, was composed of 70 posters, 45 oral presentations and three art displays, and included representation from all 13 CAS departments. Student presenters ranged from first year students to seniors, and over 50 faculty mentors oversaw the work.

Faculty and staff selected ten projects to be recognized as outstanding work. A certificate and a $50 award were presented for each of the ten honored projects.

RCC lab poster “Can font change how you read? Exploring font types’ effect on comprehension and reading speed” by Nicole Martin and Aubrey Sahouria was selected for an honorable mention. Their poster was also featured on the CAS Dean’s office live stream of the symposium.

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Aubrey Sahouria and Nicole Martin with their poster on Font’s effects on reading comprehension.