Come hear students in the Cormier Honors College for Citizen Scholars and students conducting independent research in multiple disciplines present posters summarizing their research at the Spring Symposium for Research and Creative Inquiry on April 24th.
Stop by the Blackwell Ballroom between 11:30AM and 12:30PM to hear about their diverse research projects.
Students in the Cormier Honors College for Citizen Scholars will present their Honors research projects from multiple disciplines including:
- 3-D printing in the classroom
- X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy in chemical analysis of bone fragments
- Edward Sheriff Curtis and the White Perspective of Native Peoples
- Maternal & Newborn Nursing
- Net Neutrality: A Case Study in the United States
- The Relationship Between the Iberian Lynxes and the European Rabbit
- Effects of Poverty on Education
- Comparison of the Chinese Constitution with a concentration on specific amendments
- Rachel Carson: The Poet Scientist
Students conducting independent research in multiple disciplines will also present posters on diverse research topics including:
- Chimeric PD1- expressing T cells as a potential treatment of prostate and bladder cancers
- Comparison of intermittent and continuous allelochemical stress in plant bioassay experiments
- Mental Illness in Fantasy Young Adult Literature
- The effect of detraining and body composition and power production in female collegiate athletes
- The Geometry of Bicycle Tracks
- Paper Money and Pitt’s Gold: Exploring Cultural Reactions to the 1797 Bullionist Controversy
- Concert Band Website
- Virginia Geographic Connections During the Late Colonial Period
and more! Please stop by to hear about the students' research.