Emily Parker ’18 (Nisbet Honors) and Julia Campbell ’18 (Nisbet Honors) presented their research titled “Gene Expression Changes Caused by Ophiocordyceps sinensis and Ganoderma lucidum in Rat Livers” at the National IDeA Symposium of Biomedical Research Excellence in Washington D.C.. Their research advisor was Dr. Neval Erturk.
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Celebrating Holiday Cheer with Lessons and Carols
Together the Converse and the Spartanburg communities enjoyed a cheerful holiday evening at the student-led Festival of Lessons and Carols at Twichell Auditorium on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2022. This annual …
Converse’s 2022-2023 Faculty Symposia Lineup
The Office of Research and Engagement at Converse University promotes collegewide engagement in research and scholarly creative work. The office supports and assists faculty, students, and staff from the conception …
Studio Art Students Exhibiting Throughout US this Fall
Converse Studio Art students have quickly transformed from aspiring artists to seeing their art exhibited in galleries throughout the United States. Thanks to Converse’s supportive learning environment and remarkable studio …