Yue Yin and Zach May presented at the Winchell Undergraduate Research Symposium

Posted on May 2nd, 2014 by

Congratulations to Yue Yin and Zach May for their participation in the Winchell Undergraduate Research Symposium Saturday, April 26th at Saint Mary’s (Winona). Yue was also an award recipient. Special thanks to Professor Kristina Terkun-Castro for all of her work organizing our students and participating as a judge as well. Details are in the release below.

 

Gustavus Adolphus Student Recognized for Achievements at the Winchell Undergraduate Research Symposium

MINNEAPOLIS – ST. PAUL, Minn. (May 2, 2014) – Gustavus Adolphus College student Yue Yin was honored for her achievements at the Winchell Undergraduate Research Symposium. Yin received an Excellence in Science Award from the Minnesota Academy of Science in recognition of her contributions to the field of economics through undergraduate research. Zach May and Monica Johnson also participated in the symposium.

Yin, advised by Dr. Kristina Terkun-Castro, presented her project titled “Eurobonds and Its Application In the European Debt Crisis.” Eurobonds are bonds issued jointly by the 17 Euro countries’ governments to calm the Eurozone debt crisis. “This research paper is about the feasibility of Eurobonds,” Yin wrote in her abstract. Yin assessed the problems surrounding Eurobonds as a tool to promote financial reforms.

The 2014 Winchell Undergraduate Research Symposium was hosted on April 26 at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota. At the symposium, students presented more than 75 posters and 44 oral presentations. In addition to the presentations, students attended a keynote lecture by Kevin Kenow, M.S., Research Wildlife Biologist with the Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center and participated in breakout sessions ranging from bluff ecology hikes to a discussion of the new MCAT format.

Students interested in participating in the 2015 Winchell Undergraduate Research Symposium should visit www.mnmas.org.

 

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