Welcome to the Spring Student Showcase for Research and Creative Inquiry!
The Spring Showcase is an annual research event featuring posters and presentations from each college. For more information, visit the Office of Student Research website. Questions? email firstname.lastname@example.org View the Spring 2023 Student Showcase for Research and Creative Inquiry here in Digital Commons.
The Spring 2023 Student Showcase for Research and Creative Inquiry will be held on April 19, 2023 from 8am - 5:30pm.
Submissions from 2023
Suminoe Oysters and the Chesapeake Bay: A Case Study, Taylor Balovich, Kara Branch, Brianna Edgar, Timothy Slater, and Melissa C. Rhoten
The Nitrate Project: An Analysis of Water Samples, Madison Carter, Ja'Mea Henderson, Jessica Patish, Zoe Sawyer, and Melissa C. Rhoten
The Nitrate Project: An Analysis of Algal Growth, Erica China, Bethany Comer, Angelina Scotece, Kaynia Winn, and Melissa C. Rhoten
Longwood Excellence in Research and Creative Inquiry & Incite, Office of Student Research
Spring 2023 Student Showcase for Research & Creative Inquiry Program, Office of Student Research
Submissions from 2022
Determination of Nitrate in Aqueous Media, Ebony Arauz Tellez, John Bohannon, Rebecca Mills, Virginia Tam, Isabelle Villarreal, and Melissa C. Rhoten
Single Parents Effect on Children, Danielle Harker
CTZN 410: Reading and Repairing Place for the Greater Good, Jennifer M. Miškec Dr.
Longwood Excellence in Research and Creative Inquiry & Incite Award Ceremony Program (Spring 2022), Office of Student Research
Spring Student Showcase for Research and Creative Inquiry Program (2022), Office of Student Research
The Genetics of Skin Cancer: What Genes Drive the Development of Basal Cell Carcinoma, Squamous Cell Carcinoma, and Melanoma?, Cassandra Poole, Abagail Pack, Elizabeth Whitehead, and Virginia Marshall
Homosexual Persecution in the Holocaust, Ethan Ryan
Masculinity in American Movie-Musical Films, Christopher Sparks
Submissions from 2021
Comparing Expression of Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) with Different Plasmids, Tinsae Alem, Charles Curbeam, and Mackenzie Woody
The Analysis of Heavy Metals in Samples of Honey using X-Ray Fluorescence and Anodic Stripping Voltammetry, Mia Arrieta and Kaleigh Beale
Public Elementary School Teaching in the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Qualitative Study, Rachel Baber, Samantha Stoddard, Dani Smalley, and Dusten Wood
Beliefs in Internet Use, Lauren Baird, Morgan Lovgren, and Madaline Johnston
The transformation of E. coli using the pGLO plasmid, Hailee Banks and Kira Edens
Lake Transparency in Farmville, VA, Hailee Banks, Alayna Palamar, and Linden Czeizinger
Longwood Freshmen Mental Health, Sally Bell, Kynadi Joyce, Angel Rupard, and Faye Bauer