Undergraduate Research & Creativity Spotlight
Isaac Reiter, BS Mathematics, Software Development minor
In April 2021, Isaac Reiter received second place prize for his presentation at the Kappa Mu Epsilon National Biennial Convention. In addition, Isaac won the “People’s Choice Award” for the best presentation. Isaac will receive $100 for placing in the top three and an additional $50 for his People’s Choice Award.
Lindsey Moyer, BSEd Mathematics, Software Development minor also presented at the Biennial Convention and won the third place prize.
Matthew Harris BA History, 2018
Matthew has been attending West Virginia University for their graduate program in history. He earned his MA in 2020 and is now working toward the PhD. Link to full feature.
Matthew presented twice at the HECBC conference on topics concerning Black Resettlement and military funeral traditions. In 2021, he co-organized WVU’s Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium.
“[Presenting at the Berks County Undergraduate Conference] showed me that it was really important to experience a sort of 'presentation shock' to break me from poor speaking habits. The conference also sparked my interest in understanding the larger aspects of academic events such as the administration and planning that go into them.”