Research on Capitol Hill Presenters

Utah’s Research on Capitol Hill is an annual celebration of undergraduate research held in the Rotunda of the State Capitol. Organized by USU, it features the two public research universities’ students and their research projects. Students of all disciplines from around the state share the results of their investigations with legislators.


Caine College of the Arts

Audry Ricks, Valerie McGeean, and Adam Bowen, Music Department

Eliza Bell and Aislinn Baker, Art and Design Department

College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences

Ty Wilson, Plants, Soils, and Climate Department

Kylie Hansen, Plants, Soils, and Climate Department

Mary Claire Jennings, Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning Department

Sakshi Singh, Nutrition, Dietetics, and Food Sciences Department

College of Engineering

Jaron Bono, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

Luke Andersen, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

Camille Tischner, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

Cassandra Corry, Biological Engineering Department

Paul Bradford, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

B. Sky Jones, Sociology and Anthropology Department

Basil Payne, English Department

Beau Jenson, Political Science/History

College of Science

Joseph Cooney, Physics Department

Bella Lonardo, Zaharah Rossi, Chemistry and Biochemistry Department

Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services

Kiernan Callister, Psychology Department

Tori Dehlin, Psychology Department

Hayden Dreis, Psychology Department

Jon M. Huntsman School of Business

Kallin Kelley, Economics and Finance Department

S.J. & Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources

Cristina Chirvasa, Rivkah Haubner, Watershed Science Department

E. Paige Sargeant, Watershed Sciences


Dana Strong

2023 | Mining-induced Mercury Bioaccumulation Threatens Community Critical Fishponds in Eastern Uganda

Kylee Tidwell

2023 | Carbon monoxide releasing gallium flavonolato complexes with anti-cancer potential