This year the University of Louisville had the honor of hosting the NSF KY EPSCoR SuperCollider event at the Speed Art Museum. This event comprised of all the KY colleges that receive funding from the NSF EPSCoR grant. This year’s event was the first in-person Super Collider held since 2019 and had a great turnout with approximately 116 individuals from Universities and Industries alike. As a part of the event a research poster competition was held among the various Universities Undergraduate, Graduate and Doctoral programs. Of the 41 posters submitted, 11 students received a Mark of Distinction Award for their research. Four students were from the University of Louisville JB Speed School and two students (specifically Natalie Warning and Brooke Ritz) are from the ECE program.