Keystone Student Presents Research at State Capitol
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Mr. Augustine, a sophomore visual arts major from Archbald, presented his research on a computer application he created for Microsoft Windows handheld devices called “MyDia.” The application would allow users to change almost all aesthetics on the handheld device, offering flexible and full customization.
Mr. Augustine presented a poster summarizing his project at the Undergraduate Research at the Capitol Conference (URC-PA) earlier this month. The eighth semi-annual event brought together college students, faculty, and
Photo: Gathering at the Undergraduate Research at the Capitol Conference, from left are: