Symposium 2021 Directory

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Name Project Title Advisor’s Name(s) Major(s) Minor(s) 2021 Award Winners Chat Timeslot
Daniel Halbing The Effect of Varying Paneling Characteristics on Soccer Ball Flight Dr. Susan Lehman, Dr. Niklas Manz Physics, Philosophy 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Georgia Hopps-Weber Preserving Keith Haring’s Legacy of “Art for All” through the Study of the Chemical Degradation of Daylight Fluorescent Paints and their Constituent Rhodamine Dyes Dr. Sobeck, Dr. Siewert Chemistry, Art History 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Delaney Zuver 2020 Summer Stories: Personal Narrative, Sensemaking, and Memory during the COVID-19 Pandemic Dr. Nii Kotei Nikoi, Dr. Ahmet Atay Communication Stuides Critical Digital Engagement 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Rachel Ginsburg “Noticing Narratives: An Evaluation of Holocaust ‘Lessons’ Portrayed By American Museums” Professor Joan Friedman History Chinese Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Samuel Zimmerman Exclusive Nationalist Rhetoric Can Reduce Ethnic Representation in Government: Why Nationalist Rhetoric Matters Matthew Krain, Second Reader: Désirée Weber Political Science Statistical and Data Science Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Eliza Charlotte Letteney 4. Haunted Households: Adaptation, Genre, and Gender Politics in Horror and the Gothic Dr. Jennifer Hayward, Dr. Tom Prendergast English Communication Studies 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Torrey Totman Examining the Influence of Mindfulness Meditation on Cognition and Empathy Dr. Nathan Foster, Dr. Ashley Abraham Psychology 8-10am EDT (Asia: evening, Africa/Europe afternoon)
Mattaeus Klonowski Understanding the Swelling Mechanism of Stimuli Responsive
Organically-Modified Silica
Paul L. Edmiston, Cody Leary Chemistry, Physics 8-10am EDT (Asia: evening, Africa/Europe afternoon)
Rephael Berkooz Musical Engineering and Discovery with Wavelet Analysis Dr. Pamela Pierce, Dr. Subhadip Chowdhury Mathematics Computer Science Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Jingyi (Daniel) Zhou Investigation of Para-Aminobenzoic Acid’s Photodegradation in Different pH Environments under UVB Light Dr. Sarah J. Sobeck, Dr. R. Drew Pasteur Chemistry, Math 8-10am EDT (Asia: evening, Africa/Europe afternoon)
Xinyu Martina Pei 《异乡人》“Strangers”: A Visual Ethnography about Expat Teachers in China during Covid-19 Pandemic Dr. Ahmet Atay, Dr. Ziying You Communication Studies, East Asian Studies Global Media and Digital Studies 8-10am EDT (Asia: evening, Africa/Europe afternoon)
Danté Fair The Other Us: A Critical Analysis of Race in Jordan Peele’s Us Dr. Singh & Dr. Nikoi Communication Studies 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Mili Barai Measuring properties of entangled photons using the Hong-Ou-Mandel effect Dr. Cody Leary, Dr. John Lindner Physics 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Tongtong Wu News Impacting Anxiety, Depression and Empathy During the COVID-19 Pandemic Psychology Psychology Latin American Studies 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Chloe Burdette The “Shut Up and Dribble” Conundrum: A Qualitative Cyber Ethnographic Analysis of LeBron James’ and Stephen Curry’s Social Media
Activism on The Black Lives Matter Movement and Low-Income Education
Dr. Rob Razzante, Second Reader: Dr. Ahmet Atay Communication Studies Global Media and Digital Studies Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Sarah Duran “Love is a Bulletproof Vest”: Protest as an Exploration of Women’s Right to the City Heather Fitz Gibbon Sociology Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Kobe Matesic Identity Effects of Female Rap Artists Melissa Rizzo Weller & Michelle Johnson Communication Studies Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Kejun (Coco) Liu Investigating the “logic puzzle” of traditional Chinese medicine: deciphering the cooperative protective effect of natural remedies against oxidative damage Dr. Sara Martin; Second reader: Dr. James West Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
An Hoai Tran Attempted Copolymerization of Epoxides Synthesized from Oleic and Linoleic Acids Dr. Lilliana Morris Chemistry Dr. Melissa M. Schultz Sustainability and the Environment 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Anna Schroeder Multi-Step Synthesis of Small Molecules as Potential Inhibitors for MurG Dr. Sara Martin Chemistry French and Francophone Studies 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Julia Ajello No Evidence of Sexual Selection in Brassica rapa, a Hermaphroditic Plant Dr. Jennifer Ison, Dr. Laura Sirot Biology 4-6 pm EDT (PST 1pm-3pm, Africa/Europe: late evening)
Miura Wiley Investigating the Role of cAMP in the Sleep Phenotype of the Drosophila Fragile X Syndrome Model Dr. Seth Kelly and Dr. Rebecca Williams, Second
Reader: Dr. James West
Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Spanish 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Keira Wright There’s No Place Like Cohousing: A Study of the Location of Cohousing in the United States Dr. Heather Fitz Gibbon and Dr. Hamed Goharipour Urban Studies 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Lauren Brown Conversations on the Christian to Buddhist Conversion Experience Dr. Chan Sok Park Religious Studies 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Madeleine Keller Impact of School Vouchers on Guardian Investment in Education Brooke Krause & Gretchen Tefs Economics and Education 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Devin A. Henson Reconsidering the Late Woodland: A Critical Reassessment of Perception and Periodization in the Ohio Valley, 400-1000 CE Dr. Olivia C. Navarro-Farr, Dr. Siavash Samei (second reader) Archaeology Earth Sciences 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Margaret Brown “RIGHT AWAY M’LADY”: AN EXAMINATION OF SOCIAL CLASS AND GENDER WITHIN WOMENS RELATIONSHIPS IN “DOWNTON ABBEY” Dr. Melissa Rizzo-Weller, Dr. Natasha Bissonauth Communication Studies Environmental Studies 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Henry Whyte Avalanches on a Conical Bead Pile Dr. Susan Lehman, Dr. Niklas Manz Physics Mathematics Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Anabel Helena Faigin Collaboration in Silence: An Investigation of the Rolle of the Speech-language Pathologist in Treatment for Children with Selective
Mutism
Dr. Donald M. Goldberg, Dr. Joan E. Furey, Dr. Cara Hammond (second reader) Communication Sciences and Disorders Education 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Gabija Liffick “KAMALA HARRIS, FOR THE PEOPLE”: A FEMINIST RHETORICAL ANALYSIS OF KAMALA HARRIS’S 2020 DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION SPEECH​ Dr. Denise Bostdorff, Dr. Rohini Singh Communication Studies Psychology Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Breanna L. Harrell “BOYS CAN’T BE PRINCESSES”: An Understanding of Speech-Language Pathologists’ Perceptions of Gender Bias, LGBTQ+ Bias, and
LGBTQ+ Related Issues When Working with Young Children
Dr. Donald M. Goldberg, Dr. Ahmet Atay Communication Sciences and Disorders Education 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Ella Lang Fabric and Flesh: A Tactile Exploration of Personhood and Becoming Dr. Christa Craven, Dr. David McConnell (second reader) Anthropology Environmental Studies 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Lily Michal Walters Whitewashed: A Look into the Evolution of Race Conversations in American Classrooms Dr. Jordan Biro-Walters History and Education 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Jenelle C. Booker Self-Assembled Monolayers (SAM) as a Model for Photooxidation of Plastic Waste Using ATR-FTIR and Kinetic Modelling Karl J. Feierabend, Paul L. Edmiston Chemistry Environmental Studies, German 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Jena Copley Pocket Prairies Support Bee Diversity in Cleveland, Ohio Dr. Jennifer Ison and Dr. Kayla Perry, Second
Reader: Dr. Rick Lehtinen
Biology Environmental Studies Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Natalia V. Moonier Narrative and Image as Memory: An Alternate History of the Alton Piasa Mural Using Indigenous Contexts Olivia C. Navarro-Farr Second Reader: Siavash Samei Archaeology 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Lauryn Hill Male fitness of perennial plant Echinacea angustifolia is not significantly influenced through visitation by specific bee taxa Jennifer Ison Biology 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Michelle J. Sayre Swipe White: Attitudes and Perceptions of Interracial Relationships Amber Garcia & Ashley Abraham Psychology Music Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
S. R. Troen There’s Something in the Water: An Analysis of of the Chemical Composition of the Sagamore, Killbuck Creek, and Upper Floridan Aquifer Dr. Judge & Dr. Pollock (Second Reader) Environmental Geoscience 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Amelia Kemp “WE NEED YOUR HELP”: THE RHETORICAL CONSTRUCTION OF THE CITIZEN DETECTIVE IN TRUE CRIME PODCAST JENSEN AND HOLES: THE MURDER SQUAD Dr. Rohini Singh, Second Reader: Dr. Tom Tierney Communication Studies, Sociology 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Michael David Alber Autumn Flowering Wingstem’s Seed Set, Floral Display Size and Flowering Time as an Indicator of Climate Change Dr. Jennifer Ison and Dr. Stephenie Strand Biology 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Hannah Jun Langer AMERICAN DRAGON: A Story of an Asian American Woman Finding Her Way Home Dr. Thomas Prendergast, Dr. Cassidy Ely English, Study Art History 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Miyauna Incarnato How floral resource composition and sampling method help us to assess bee community diversity in a peri-urban landscape Jennifer Ison Environmental Studies- Conservation Chinese 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Jillian Madeleine Kouayara The Art of Reconciliation: The Influence of the Black Community on the Detroit Institute of Arts Dr. Kara Morrow 2nd Reader: Dr. John Siewart Art History 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Beau Greenwood BRAND IDENTITY AND BRAND ALIGNMENT IN CORPORATE POLITICAL ADVERTISING: A RHETORICAL ANALYSIS OF PENZEY SPICES’ FACEBOOK ADS OPPOSING DONALD TRUMP Dr. Denise Bostdorff, Dr. Michelle Johnson Communication Studies History 4-6 pm EDT (PST 1pm-3pm, Africa/Europe: late evening)
Carina Arnosti “Thanks for the Memories, Even Though They Weren’t So Great”: The Relationship Between Chronic Stress and Working Memory in College
Students
Dr. Nathan Foster, Dr. Grit Herzmann Psychology Anthropology 8-10am EDT (Asia: evening, Africa/Europe afternoon)
Lilly Woerner Seeing Red: Investigation of the color’s use in early baroque art and stability based upon pigment preparation Dr. Sarah Sobeck and Dr. Tracy Cosgriff Chemistry and Art History 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Kath Scott Eat Your Heart Out: Cannibalism, Incorporation, and Transgression in Contemporary and Traditional Fairy Tales Dr. Susanna Sacks English 4-6 pm EDT (PST 1pm-3pm, Africa/Europe: late evening)
Zoe Covey Sunscreen Dr. Christopher Kang, Dr. Thomas Prendergast English 8-10am EDT (Asia: evening, Africa/Europe afternoon)
Andreas Xenofontos Match-Fixing in Cyprus: Examining the Impact on Fans’ Soccer Attendance Dr. Brooke Krause Economics Theatre/Dance 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Nia Johnson Internet Accessibility and Usage in Relation to Political Participation and Knowledge Avi Munoz United States, Political Science 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Joshua Gluck Exploring the Impact of the Microbiome on Sleep Homeostasis in Drosophila melanogaster Dr. Stephanie Strand, Dr. Sharon Lynn Biology 4-6 pm EDT (PST 1pm-3pm, Africa/Europe: late evening)
Ashley Boersma Working Memory Differences in Bilinguals’ First and Second Languages Dr. Ashley Abraham, Dr. Evan Wilhelms Cognitive Behavioral Neuroscience Spanish Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Hayden Lane-Davies Catastrophic Imaginings: Human-Driven Catastrophe, the Anthropocene, The Skin of Our Teeth, and Lungs Dr. Jimmy Noriega, Dr. Natasha Bissonauth (second reader) Theatre & Dance, WGSS Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Sienna Carr Investigation of the Metabolic Role of Triose Phosphate Isomerase (TPI) in the Physiological Function of Myxococcus xanthus Dr. Fraga, Second reader: Dr. Regan Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Environmental Studies Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Megan Fisher Creating an Event Horizon Analogue using the Belousov-Zhabotinsky Reaction Dr. Niklas Manz, Second Reader: John Lindner Physics Mathematics 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Yuchen Gan Free-Fall Spinning-Planet Tunnel Transportation Network Dr. John Lindner, Dr. Niklas Manz Physics 8-10am EDT (Asia: evening, Africa/Europe afternoon)
Natalia E. Parra Diaz A Continuación, Black Lives Matter: An Ethnographic Analysis of the Perception of the Latinx Community Towards the Black Lives Matter Movement Dr. Singh, Profesora Garonzik Communication, Spanish n/a 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Joelle Lau Parents, Is It Your Fault? Effects of Familial Variables and Emotional Intelligence on Disordered Eating Habits and Attitudes Dr. Susan Clyaton Psychology Earth Science 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon), 8am-10 am EDT (Asia: evening, Africa/Europe afternoon)
Bryce Knopp Developmental Fluoxetine Exposure Affects Offspring Anxiety-Like Behavior and Hormonal Response to an Acute Stressor Dr. Sharon Lynn Biology Most Creative Slideshow (Honorable Mention) 4-6 pm EDT (PST 1pm-3pm, Africa/Europe: late evening)
Joseph Naser Eternal Silence: Statelessness as a Determinant of Journalist Killings Dr. Matt Krain, Dr. Jeffrey Lantis (second reader) Political Science 8-10am EDT (Asia: evening, Africa/Europe afternoon)
Erica Berent The Infection Dynamics of a Fungal Pathogen in Stream-Dwelling Northern Two-Lined Salamanders in Wooster, Ohio Dr. Richard Lehtinen Biology Chemistry 4-6 pm EDT (PST 1pm-3pm, Africa/Europe: late evening)
Jennifer Meltzer Perceptions of social activists: Evaluations of criminality based on race and social activism Dr. Amber Garcia & Dr. Michelle Colvin Psychology Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Tessa Ireton Market Structure and Quality of Service: Investigating Oligopolies and the Quality of Nursing Home Care in California During The COVID-19 Pandemic Dr. Brooke Krause, Dr. Melanie Long (second reader) Economics 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
David M. Roney, V Without a Second Thought: An Investigation of the Impact of the Fundamental Attribution Error on Perceptions of a Young Adult Who
Stutters
Dr. Michael Casey, Dr. Donald M. Goldberg Psychology, Communication Sciences and Disorders 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Larissa Lamarca Hyperconnected or Disconnected? An Analysis of Attachment of Smartphones and There Use in Family Households of College Students During the Digital Era Dr. Michael Casey, Dr. Amber Garcia (second reader) Psychology Education 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Sierra Foltz At the Corner of Two Walls Dr. Christopher Kang English Political Science Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening),
2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Rhiannon Johnson An Atmosphere of Words: Clinical Considerations and Practices of Speech-Language Pathologists Regarding the Use of Speech-Generating Devices for Children with Childhood Apraxia of Speech Donald M. Goldberg, Ph.D., Joan E. Furey, Ph.D., Cara Hammond,
M.A.
Communication Sciences and Disorders 4-6 pm EDT (PST 1pm-3pm, Africa/Europe: late evening)
Angie Bittar A CASE OF MISTAKEN (ETHNIC) IDENTITY: RETHINKING CIVIL WAR DURATION, ETHNIC SALIENCY, TERRORISM, AND THE REAL FACTORS DISCOURAGING RESOLUTION Dr. Matt Krain, Dr. Jeff Lantis (second reader) Political Science (focus in International Relations) Psychology 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon), Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Morgan Barnett Boudica and Agrippina: An Analysis of the Representation of Female Power in Tacitus and Dio Dr. Josephine Shaya, Dr. Monica (second reader)
Florence
Classical Studies Minors 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Megan Gronau You Have 10 Minutes Remaining: An Examination Into Common Test-Taking Anxieties’ Effect on Academic Performance in Relation to Academic
Intrinsic Motivation and Achievement Goal Orientation
Dr. Ashley Abraham, Dr. Susan Clayton Cognitive Behavioral Neuroscience Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Katie Lindelof Sorry, I Think You’re Muted: A Typological Content Analysis on Tele-Education Dr. Razzante & Dr. Atay Communication Studies Education Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Alex Cohen Derivative Intentionality & Gricean Meaning Dr. Garrett Thomson Philosophy 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Lydia Bruno Experimental Evolution in Daphnia magna: An Investigation into the Effects of Ammonium Nitrate Exposure Dr. Hilary Edgington, Dr. Dean Fraga (second reader) Biology Environmental Studies 4-6 pm EDT (PST 1pm-3pm, Africa/Europe: late evening)
Anna Halgash The Music of the People: Appalachian Ballads and the Search for the Authentic in the 1960s American Folk Music Revival Dr. Joan Friedman, Dr. Susanna Sacks English, History 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Gracie Bouker Mapping Out Learning: How Aerobic Exercise, Sex and Alzheimer’s Disease Impact Learning Dr. Amy Jo Stavnezer Neuroscience Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Heather Hartmann El concepto de autor y la originalidad en las adaptaciones de Natalia Lafourcade Hernán Medina, Rebecca Garonzik Chemistry, Spanish 8-10am EDT (Asia: evening, Africa/Europe afternoon)
Eliza Cotton Liberté, Égalité, Paternité: Understanding the French anti-gay and anti-reproductive technology movement, La Manif pour tous Dr. Thomas Tierney, Dr. Harry Gamble Sociology, French and Francophone Studies 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Kayla Way A Whole Other World to See: A Rhetorical and Visual Analysis of Autism Spectrum Disorder in Children’s Literature Dr. Melissa Rizzo Weller Dr. Denise Bostdorff Communication Studies Art History Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Caitlyn Menolasino Taking CHARGE: An Investigation of Audiologists’ Familiarity with CHARGE Syndrome and Hearing Healthcare Guidelines Pertaining to Syndrome Management Dr. Donald M. Goldberg Communication Sciences and Disorders 4-6 pm EDT (PST 1pm-3pm, Africa/Europe: late evening)
Gentaro Nakata {Propellant-less Space Travel with Tethers : Swimming in Space using an Asteroid’s Gravity Gradient Dr. John Lindner & Dr. Susan Lehman Physics Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Holly Engel Sinister Cinema: Depictions of Evil in the WWII and Postwar Thrillers of Alfred Hitchcock and Henri-Georges Clouzot Dr. Marion Duval and Dr. Thomas Prendergast English, French Music Best Use of Genre 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Sydney Schultz Varying Levels of Impulsivity in an ADHD Rodent Model Influences Behavioral Accuracy Dr. Amy Jo Stavnezer Neuroscience Biology 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Louis Schwartz Release Kinetics of Ibuprofen from Swellable Organically Modified Silica by Means of a Non-Active Release Modulator Dr. Paul L. Edmiston, Dr. Sarah Sobeck (second reader) Chemistry Theatre 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Indigo Adobea Abena Joy
Quashie
As The Looking Glass: An Introspection at Minority and Traumatized Identities Dr. Marina Mangubi Studio Art Education Most Creative Video Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Lydia Reedstrom Parasocial Attachment: Framework and Function Dr. Mike Casey Psychology 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Marloes Krabbe Adding to the Narrative: Stories of the Holocaust through Portraiture and the Museum Dr. Beth Derderian and Dr. John Siewert Anthropology, Art History 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Eric Kraus An Examination of Antibiotic Resistance Genes in Pseudomonas chlororaphis in Response to Bacteriophage Therapy Dr. Stephanie Strand, Dr. Sara Martin (second reader) Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Olivia C. Azzarita Putting the “Crisis” in “Climate Crisis”:�The Impact of Securitization on Climate Change Policy Dr. John Valdez, Dr. Matthew Krain (second reader) Political Science 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Micah Phillips-Gary Abstract Unity in Material Diversity: An Introduction to Category Theory and a Defense of Mathematical Realism Dr. Rob Kelvey, Dr. Garrett Thomson Philosophy, Mathematics German Studies Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Erin Robichaud Helen of Troy? A Reexamination of Helen’s Speech in the Iliad Dr. Madonna Hettinger, Dr. Josephine Shaya History, Classical Studies 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Noah Crane Likes, Lady Gaga, and Loneliness: The Beneficial Impacts of Active Social Media Usage and Para-Social Relationships on FOMO and
Loneliness
Dr. Evan Wilhelms. Dr. Amy Jo Stavnezer Psychology Sociology Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Christine Weber The Tel Kabri Wall and Floor Paintings: Microcosms of Mediterranean Middle Bronze Age Trade and Representations of a Canaanite
Palatial Economy
Dr. Kara Morrow, Dr. Siavash Samei Archaeology, Art History Classical Studies Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Kennedey M. Bell Disconnect: A Rhetorical Analysis of the Discourse Over Ohio’s EdChoice Program Dr. Rob Razzante, Dr. Matthew Broda (second reader) Communication Studies Elementary Education Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Kate Evans Using Tau Protein to Investigate the Link between Sleep Deprivation and Alzheimer’s Disease in a Drosophila Model Dr. Seth Kelly, Dr. Rebecca Williams, Dr. Erzsébet Regan (second reader) Neuroscience 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Kelsey Stone Implications of Buddhist Monk’s and Olympic Pentathlete’s Diet on Performance in their Respective Fields Dr. Nicholas Brandley, Dr. Mark Graham, Dr. Bhakti Mamtora, Dr. Rebecca Williams Biology, Religious Studies 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Morgan P. Fields A Re-evaluation of Texts Taught in High School English Classrooms: Why a Need for a Curriculum Reboot is Necessary Dr. Leslie Wingard English, Education Philosophy Most Applicable in the Current Moment 4-6 pm EDT (PST 1pm-3pm, Africa/Europe: late evening)
Aaron Risch Personal Attitudes Towards Clothing and Clothing Choices Dr. Susan Clayton, Dr. Amber Garcia Psychology Theater and Dance 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Rachel Greer How Do You Like Your Science?: A Comparison of Infographic and Text Based Approaches Dr. Laura Sirot Neurobiology Most Engaging Poster 4-6 pm EDT (PST 1pm-3pm, Africa/Europe: late evening)
Abigail Fisk A Moment in Italy Dr. Bridget Milligan, Dr. Tracy Cosgriff, Dr. Marina Mangubi Studio Art Best Animation 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Maya Rodemer Stressed Is Just Desserts Spelled Backwards: An Investigation Into the Influences on Stressed Eating Behaviors in Undergraduate Students Dr. Sharon Lynn, Dr. Tom Tierney Food and Nutrition Science (student-designed) Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Priscilla Ramos Rico New Space, No Place: Navigating Experiences in a Predominately White Higher Education Institution as Latinx Students Dr. Michael Miyawaki, Heather Fitz Gibbon (second reader) Sociology Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies 2-4 pm EDT (PST 11am-1pm, Africa/Europe: evening)
Andrew Kunkel Examining Light-Matter Interactions Through Two Photon Entanglement Dr. Cody Leary, Dr. John Lindner (second reader) Physics Mathematics 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Katherine Fong The Great Unknown: An Investigation of Audiologists’ Familiarity with Auditory Brainstem Implants (ABIs), Neurofibromatosis Type 2 (NF2), Their Clinical Knowledge Regarding Candidacy Criteria, and Outcomes of ABIs Dr. Donald M. Goldberg, Dr. Joan E. Furey (second reader) Communication Sciences and Disorders 4-6 pm EDT (PST 1pm-3pm, Africa/Europe: late evening)
Rachel Backstrom Antidepressant Effects of Sleep Deprivation Chronotherapy in Male and Female Sprague-Dawley Rats Dr. Amy Jo Stavnezer Neuroscience Biology Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Benjamin Hassan Those Who Choose: A New Understanding of Heresy Dr. Sarah Mirza Religious Studies Environmental Studies Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Camryn Rosenstein Breaking News: Sustainable Fashion is In & Fast Fashion is Out; Constructions of Sustainable Consumption in Fast Fashion Advertising Dr. Nii Nikoi, Dr. Ahmet Atay Communication Studies Dr. Melissa M. Schultz Sustainability and the Environment (Honorable Mention) 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Abby Cunningham The Influence of Gender Stereotypes on Perceptions of Gender Non-Binary Individuals Dr. Amber Garcia Psychology Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Mingyuan “Merlin” Li Deciphering Protein Evolution – Evidence of Negative Cooperativity in Cytosolic Taurocyamine Kinase from Arenicola brasiliensis and its evolutionary implication Dr. Mark Snider, Dr. Dean Fraga Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 8-10am EDT (Asia: evening, Africa/Europe afternoon)
Matt Olszewski THE EFFECTS OF MASCULINITY AND ATTACHMENT STYLE ON PERCEPTIONS OF SCHOOL SHOOTERS AND THE PREVENTION OF SCHOOL SHOOTINGS Dr. Mike Casey, Dr. Ashley Abraham (second reader) Psychology Spanish 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Tiago Garcia Ferrer Paradoxical Descriptions of Divine Beings Dr. Bhakti Mamtora, Dr. Bryan Alkemeyer English, Religious Studies Most Joyful Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Halen Gifford The Ghosts of Grief: An Exploration of Gothic Influence in 2010s Horror Cinema Dr. Ahmet Atay, Dr. Nii Nikoi (second reader) Communication Studies Film Studies Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Will McCullough The Great Outdoors, Indoors: An Evaluation of Green Spaces and Housing Prices in Pittsburgh, PA Dr. Moses Luri Economics Psychology Noon-2 pm EDT (PST 9am-11am, Africa/Europe: early evening)
Jonah Kadens “That was the anomaly year!”: An Exploration of School Discipline and Disproportionality During the Covid-19 Pandemic Dr. Anne Nurse, Dr. Kevin Zayed (second reader) The Sociology of Education 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
Sarah Renaker “Pharmageddon”: A Rhetorical Analysis of the 21st Century Anti-Vax Movement Dr. Melissa Rizzo Weller, Dr. Denise Bostdorff Communication Studies 10am-noon EDT (Asia: late evening, PST 6am-8am, Africa/Europe:
late afternoon)
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