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Katherine Guild, of Bethesda, was one of 13 students from Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pa., who presented research at the fourth annual Landmark Conference Summer Research Symposium at Moravian College on July 20.

Guild is a rising senior majoring in ecology. She is a 2009 graduate of Walt Whitman High School and the daughter of Linda Syverson Guild and Mark Guild.

She presented research conducted with Assistant Professor of Earth and Environmental Science Ahmed Lachhab and fellow students Marc Santiago and Phoebe Nicholls, titled “Susquehanna River Water Quality Using Physical, Chemical and Biological Approaches.”

Students from Susquehanna’s physics, computer science, chemistry, biology, earth and environmental science, and political science departments joined students from four other colleges to present their science research.