Welcome to the Fall Student Showcase for Research and Creative Inquiry!
The Fall Showcase is an annual research event featuring posters and presentations from each college.
The 2022 Fall Student Showcase will be held on November 16, 2022 from 1:00 pm to 5:30 pm. For more information, visit the Office of Student Research website. You can view the program for Fall 2022 on the Office of Student Research's website or here in Digital Commons.
Need help uploading your submission? Contact Hope D. Alwine (434-395-2873) at Greenwood Library for assistance.
Submissions from 2022
Fall Student Showcase for Research & Creative Inquiry Program, Office of Student Research
Analysis of Phenotypic Expression Associated with Different Genotypes of the Blue/Brown Eyes Single Nucleotide Polymorphism, Jade Riddle and Taylor McKinney
Animal Frequency in the Presence & Absence of Human Disturbance, Jade Riddle, Angel Stanley, and Teresa Orellana
Submissions from 2021
Risk Assessment of Blackbird Mine, Tinsae Alem
Epigenetically Heritable Effect of Maternal Behavior in Rats, Jacqueline Amaya Hernandez
The Correlation Between Heart Rate and Level of Exercise in Women, Jacqueline Amaya-Hernandez, Chelsea Griffin, Tajayda Arrington, and Abigail Henderson
The Impact of Compliments, Olivia Bazzell, Kellie Brown, and Jonas Kalchner
Geographic Distribution and History of Plant Specimens at Longwood University Harvill-Stevens Herbarium, Ross Bechtle
Why is it beneficial for crustaceans to become crab-like?, Dylan Blanton
A Comparison of Emotional Regulation Strategies, Andrew Brittingham and Samantha Morris
Risk assessment of Blackbird Mine, Eli Caldwell
Literatura Española Durante La Edad Media, Rachel Cannon
An Investigation into The Effect of Polluted Bodies of Water on the Food Source of Shore Birds, Ian Castelow
Clothing and Compliments, Eva Copenhaver, Alexander Elliot, and Jacob Gagat
The effect of PEPCK if the the transcription fact dFOXO is knocked down, Hunter Croom, Diego Sifuentes, Amari Riddick, and Samari Gibson
Microbial Diversity of Rural and Urban Soil at Different Depths on Longwood University's Campus, Kristen Dobek and Madalyn Cook
Analysis of Fluoxetine (Prozac) Addiction and Recovery from Both a Physical and Psychological Lens, Kristen Dobek and Hannah Couch
Can Magic Mushrooms Remove Inherited Trauma?, Caleb Edwards
Squirrels on Longwood's Campus, Kelsey English, Miguel Diaz, Lloyd Dominguez, and Rebecca Mills
Excursions in Summation, Brock Erwin
Risk Assessment of Vaping, Gillian Eshelman
The Effect of Weight on the Amount of Force on Ankle Joints During a Vertical Jump, Layne Fadely, Isabella Riccoboni, and Stephanie Willis
Mindfulness Meditation on the Effects of Cognitive Enhancement, Mu'minah Fulani
Risk Assessment of PCB Exposure from MVP in Southwest, VA, Elizabeth Garri
Risk assessment of Bear Creek Sediments, Rebekah Godfrey