Emma Quintana represents Southeastern at Research Day at the Capitol
March 29, 2023
Emma Quintana represented Southeastern at Research Day at the Capitol.
Emma Quintana represented Southeastern Oklahoma State University at the 28th Annual Research Day at the Capitol.
A junior from McAlester, Oklahoma, Quintana was one of 21 students from throughout Oklahoma participating in the event. Her research topic was “Comparison study of 1999-2019 Native American suicide rate per 100,000 population in the United States of America,’’ and her faculty advisor on the project was Dr. Ning Wu, professor of biological sciences.
The poster session was held March 28, and sponsors of the event were Oklahoma Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (OK EPSCoR) and the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.
Quintana is a biology major (Biological Health Sciences) who has been very active on campus as part of the Honors Program, SE Band, SE Housing & Residence Life, Pre-Heath Association, OK-LSAMP, Women Empowered, Kappa Kappa Psi – Eta Nu, and Tri-Sigma – Zeta Gamma.
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