JCC Applied Learning Program Holds Annual Scholars Day
Jamestown Community College’s applied learning program held its seventh annual Scholars Day recently to celebrate academic research and creative activity among faculty and students.
Entries representing honors program coursework, capstone courses, field placements and internships, research, and applied learning were considered for inclusion in the event.
Samuel Parker of Olean took first place on the Cattaraugus County Campus for his presentation on the production, use, and environmental impact of nylon paracord.
Emilee Bruno of Eldred, Pa., Michael Myskiewicz of Caneadea, Kathryn Nicholson of Great Valley, Keyara Ramadhan of Hinsdale, and Nathan Thorpe of Friendship also participated in the Scholars Day event on the Cattaraugus County Campus.
On the Jamestown Campus, Emily Brown of Falconer and Avery Sirwatka of Jamestown won first place for their research on race, ethnicity, and the criminal justice system.