Syracuse Students Adapt Skillfully to Virtual ACC Meeting of the Minds

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It’s not easy to condense a year’s worth of research into five to eight minutes, but five Syracuse University students with a variety of meaningful research projects were able to do just that and make the University proud with their presentations at the annual ACC Meeting of the Minds Conference in April.

The Meeting of the Minds (MoM) Conference is an annual showcase of some of the most outstanding scholars from the Atlantic Coast Conference’s 15 institutions. Normally, the students present their research and creative work in-person at the host school.

But this year’s two-day event, hosted by the University of North Carolina, was held virtually because of the pandemic and students were asked to keep their presentations to five to eight minutes. The five Syracuse students who presented at the conference were seniors Bronwyn Galloway, Emily Michaels, Ifeyinwa Ojukwu, Nicole Pacateque Rodriguez and Dorbor Tarley.

To read the full story of these students’ virtual experience and more about there research, follow this link: