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 2021
A Speech That Will Live In History, Katelyn Laux
Â Covid-19 Innovative Airplane Design Project, Rayshad Lindsay
American Societies Impact on American Deaf Culture, Kellie Lofquist
Youth Sports Specialization Symposium Project- Coaches Group, Arryn Lynch, Mason Basdikis, Shannon Wilms, and Kayla Cunningham
The Effectiveness of Victim-Witness Advocate Services, Carmen Mehling
The Abundance of Soil Microbes in Relationship to Proximity to the Urban Area of Lancer Park in Farmville, Virginia, Christian Michael, Callie Cutrell, and Miguel Diaz-Montealegre
Riemann Versus Lebesgue Integrals, Justin Moore
Gang Resistance Education and Training Program, Delaney Morris
Stroke Interactive Adventure Assignment, Samantha Mullally
Correlations Between Interpersonal Trust and Agreeableness with Belief in Conspiracy Theories, Patrick Muse, Ivy Stevens, and Sean Murphy
Youth Sports Specialization and the Youth athlete, Cameron Nelson, Madison Allen, McKenzie Powell, and Carson Rubin
Prone Versus Supine in Mechanically Ventilated Patients, Caroline Nham and Estela Hurd
Virtual Spring Student Showcase for Research & Creative Inquiry (2021), Office of Student Research
Which weather and water conditions affect the biodiversity and abundance of macroinvertebrates the most?, Alyssa Oppedisano, Phil Anderson, and Val Phillips
Conspiracy Theories and Political Affiliation, Amanda Palmer, Tyler Duffer, and Shannon Wilms
Food Deserts and Their Contributions to Health Inequities, Ieuan Phillips