Lindsay Moskal & Lauren Sines win two awards at Spring 2020 URSS
Congratulations to undergraduates Lindsay Moskal and Lauren Sines for winning two awards in this year's URSS competition for their work in MATH 317 Math Modeling. Lindsay and Lauren used mathematical modeling to investigate the impact of fentanyl and Narcan on the opioid epidemic in Allegheny County. They won the Office of Research 1st Place Paper Award and CETR Award for Undergraduate Research. Way to go!
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