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 email@example.com 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 2021
Effect of Lancer Park Detention Pond on Stormwater Sediment Concentrations, Rian Blakesley, Randolph Zerick, Jason Seagraves, and Joseph Kohler
The Effects of Academic Support at Longwood, Kyanna Bojorquez, Emily Cutcliff, Tabatha Davis, and Kelly Williford
Creating a New Norm, Kyla Brown
Explaining How AAVE Affects the Black Community, Kyla Brown
Disney Princesses and Gender Expectations, Miranda Carter
Are School Lunches Actually Healthy?, Jenna Cedor
Citizen 410 project on proposals. We are thankful to present a passionate proposal on bring diversity education with a Multicultural Fair., Dina Ching, Alyssa Griffith, and Morgan Torrenti
Activating the Innate Immune Response by Utilizing Macrophages as aÂ Defense for Immunosuppressed Individuals and COVID-19, Ashley Coddington, Christina Amoruso, and Emma Rogers
Bernhard Heiden's Sonata for Alto Saxophone and Piano, Tyler Cosley
Unified in Misery, Hope on the Horizon, Mary Costello, Victoria Noe, Jessalynne Hull, and Riley Hayden
Microplastics in Urban Stormwater Ponds, MaryElizabeth Crabbs and James Giering
Policy Analysis of the Effectiveness of De-escalation Training, Kennedy Culbreath
Conspiracy Theories & The Mind: Personality of Conspiratorial Beliefs, Tabatha Davis, Kayla Pittman, and Lena Jordan
4 Your Eyez Only, Deamoni Denson
The Speech that Justified the American Involvement in World War II, Madison Dierdorf
Evidence Based Research Project: Racial Disparities in Healthcare, Annie Elliott, Bridget Canderelli, Miranda Mozingo, and Elizabeth Powers
The Change in Perception of Captial Punishment Over Time, Hannah Elmore
'Wait! We're fighting over Ramona?': An Examination of the Hegemonic, Toxic, and Heroic Masculinity as Shown inÂ Scott Pilgrim vs the WorldÂ and How the Film's Portrayal of Such Promotes the Idea of Women as a Commodity for Man, Karis Fields
Encouraging public outreach and education to drive COVID-19 vaccination in Farmville, Grace Freeman, Marcia Lanasa, and Mitchell Sharry