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
The Importance and Impact of Emotions: From Being Vulnerable to Being in Rage, Grace Girdley, Shae Carter, and Rachel Dalton
Water Quality Assessment of Farmville, VA, Meghan Hall
Rape as a Weapon of War, Ashley Hamm, Anna Simmons, Maelyn Garrison, and Grace Canna
The Effects of Human Trafficking, Emma Hasley and Samantha Sheppard
Mitigating risk of interspecies transmission of COVID-19 in Farmville, Virginia, Kathryn Hedrick, Adonel Grubb, and Giselle Diehl
Alternative Lawns, M Heimburg
Coping with Chronic Kidney Disease- Choose Your Own Adventure, Jessica Honeycutt Firme
High Hopes: Physical Education for At-Risk Preschoolers in Northeast Colorado, Jessica Honeycutt Firme
Dream Higher Films, Anthony Jackson
iFinance, Jake Jansen
Chemical analysis of an herbal opioid, Lauren Johnson
Policy Analysis on the Effectiveness of Mental Health Courts, Madison Johnson
Social Media, Personality Traits, and Sleep Disturbance, Isabella Jontz
COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution for the Homeless Population in Virginia, Brandi Joyner, Hunter Gillespie, and Terika Williams
A Policy Analysis of the Effectiveness of Prison Nursery Programs, Juliann Karfgin
My Green Thumb, Devin Karpowich and Yenci Reyes
Longwood Reads Program, Grant Kelly, Connor Rosenberry, and Shane Short
Family Planning and Poverty, Sophie Kidd
Heavy Metal, Moral Panic, and Residing Stigma, Frank Knott IV