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Published on November 12, 2019

7 Students Present at COPLAC Conference in New Hampshire

Adrian Arjoon (computer science and economics) presents "Application of Adaptive Learning to Programming in Java."

Jacquelyn Gendreau (art) presents "Palm Oil Demand."

Natneal Belay (computer science and business information systems) presents "Network and Sentiment Analyses of Enron E-mails."

Nicole Goldman (social work) presents "Adverse Childhood Experiences' Effect on College Students' Alcohol Use."

Cameron Hamilton (art) presents "Yuko Shimizu, Illustrator."

Jeffery Neely (general studies) presents "Emerging Treatment Protocols (Psilocybin, MDMA, Ayahuasca, and LSD) for Anxiety, Depression and Addiction."

Alma Reyes Gonzalez (biology) presents "Virtual Screening and Prediction of EGFR Inhibitors Using PubChem's Database with Data Mining and Machine Learning Algorithms."

Seven Eastern Connecticut State University students presented research projects at the Northeast regional conference for the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges (COPLAC) on Nov. 8-9 at Keene State College in New Hampshire.

The students represented a variety of academic departments, from art to computer science, and presented on a range of topics, from emerging psychedelic medical treatments to the affect of childhood trauma on alcohol use. Psychology Professor Carlos Escoto accompanied the students on the trip to New Hampshire.

Established in 1987, COPLAC advances the aims of its member institutions and drives awareness of the value of a public liberal arts education in a student-centered, residential environment. COPLAC campuses are small-to-medium sized (800-7000 students) and the focus is primarily on undergraduate education.