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Scholar Showcase

The Annual Scholar Showcase provides an opportunity for MSU’s visiting scholars to share their research with the MSU community and network with their peers, faculty, and students. Join us in exploring the research being conducted at MSU by visiting scholars!

Celebrate and Connect at the Showcase Reception

Join OISS to learn, appreciate, and get inspired by our scholars’ work here at MSU. This will give you the opportunity to ask questions and connect with professionals in the field of your interest! 

The 2022 Scholar Showcase will be held during a special OISS Coffee Hour on Friday, April 8th from 4:00-6:00PM EST in the International Center, Spartan Rooms B & C. Light refreshments will be served. 

Read about the 2022 presenters below: 

 

Tesleem Bello

Area of Study: Nematology

 

Department: Plant Soil and Microbial Sciences

 

Research Topic: Understanding the roles of nematode community structures during forest soil post-fire regeneration process

Muhammad Shoaib

Area of Study: Nanophotonic

 

Department: Chemistry

 

Research Topic: Directional Growth of Ultra-long CsPbBr3 Perovskite Nanowires for High Performance Photodetectors

Danna Gutierrez-Lanza

Area of Study: Urban Development

 

Department: SPDC

 

Research Topic: Urban Informality in Managua, Nicaragua 

 

Muhammad Munum Masud

Area of Study: Transportation Engineering 

 

Department: Civil and Environmental Engineering

 

Research Topic: Guidelines for Effective Weigh-in-Motion (WIM) Equipment Calibration 

Fahmi Dwilaksono

Area of Study: Renewable energy

 

Department: Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering

 

Research Topic: Evaluation of Operational Performance and Environmental Impact of a Commercial Scale Anaerobic Digester Utilizing Multiple Feedstocks

Junice Dzonzi

Area of Study: Natural Resources Management

 

Department: Geography, Environmental and Spatial Sciences

 

Research Topic: Exploring practical approaches and opportunities for sustainable management of forests: Insights towards curbing deforestation in Malawi’s protected reserves

Chunghui Husan

Area of Study: Educational psychology

 

Department: Human Development and Family Studies

 

Research Topic: Examining the effects of visual, orthographic and semantic information on Rapid Automatized Naming (RAN) development of children from age 4 to 6

Juliano Goncalves

Area of Study: Microbiology

 

Department: LCS (Large Animal Clinical Science)

 

Research Topic: Incidence and treatments of selected bovine diseases on large dairy farms 

Sonam Tamrakar

*Co-Researchers: Yu-Wen Chung-Davidson (MSU), Weiming Li (MSU) and Belinda Huerta (Dublin City University, DCU Water Institute, School of Chemical Sciences, Dublin, Ireland)*

 

Area of Study: Analytical chemistry

 

Department: Fisheries and Wildlife

 

Research Topic: Plasma metabolomic profiles reveal sex- and maturation-dependent metabolic strategies in sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus)

Porawee Katanyoota

Area of Study: Biodegradable Polymer

 

Department: School of Packaging

 

Research Topic: Enhancement of Biodegradable Polyester/Thermoplastic Starch Blend Properties Through Ordered Molecular Orientation

Puttinan Kiattijiranon

Area of Study: Material Science

 

Department: School of Packaging

 

Research Topic: Characterization and Properties Testing of Bio-Based Film

Gulraiz Sufyan

Area of Study: Transport Planning

 

 

Department: School of Planning, Design and Construction

 

Research Topic: Mapping Food and Transportation Accessibility to Flint