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Chemistry students represent university at research symposium

Joseph Moon
Joseph Moon with his research poster at the 2014 Herty Medalist Undergraduate Research Symposium.

UNG chemistry students Madison Brush, Komal Dahya and Joseph Moon presented research posters at the 2014 Herty Medalist Undergraduate Research Symposium (HMURS) held at Morehouse College in Atlanta. Moon won best poster for his presentation, titled "Designing Lab-scale Whirlpool Devices for Quantification of Hop Acid Utilization." The award gives Joseph a one-year American Chemical Society (ACS) membership and $500 in travel funds toward the national ACS meeting in Denver, Colorado.

Dr. Royce Dansby-Sparks, assistant professor of chemistry, mentored the students and traveled with them to the symposium.

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