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Susquehanna University is a selective, residential liberal arts college that provides a solid background in the liberal arts and sciences, as well as professional experiences. Students develop critical thinking, writing, teamwork and communication skil...
Jordan Zezza spent time in New Zealand over winter break as part of Suquehanna University's Global Opportunities (GO) program. Susquehanna is distinguished by its GO program, which requires all st...Winter 2015-2016
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Awards & Recognition
Jordan Zezza presented research at the sixth annual Susquehanna Valley Undergraduate Research Symposium on July 27. This year the symposium was held at Bloomsburg University. Zezza's research, con...Summer 2016
Activities & Affiliations
Jordan Zezza was one of 50 students from Susquehanna University who recently presented research at the 31st annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research in Memphis, Tenn. Zezza's research,...Spring 2017
Undergraduate Research AssistantMay 2016 - PresentThroughout my unpaid research experience I am obtaining many skills that are essential to succeed in the field of neuroscience. The project that I am co-authoring is titled "Examination of Microglial Morphology in Mouse Model of Acute Ethanol Intoxication." My responsibilities include handling brain tissue, performing immunohistochemistry, capturing images via confocal microscopy, and analyzing immune cell morphology via Nikon NIS-elements analysis software in order to determine activation states of microglia. Findings were presented at the Susquehanna Valley Undergraduate Research Symposium at Bloomsburg University and the Landmark Summer Research Conference at Moravian College. This research project will be continued throughout my senior year, fulfilling my capstone research requirement.
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