Student Research Symposium

Join the College of Arts and Sciences as we celebrate our 20th Anniversary with a Student Research Symposium. Twelve students from disciplines across the College will present their research, exemplifying the wonderful work being done by CoAS undergraduates and graduates.

November 12, 2010
1:00p.m. to 5:00p.m.
Mitchell Auditorium
Bossone Research Enterprise Center

Elena Schroeter ’13, PhD Biology
Title: The Morphology and Molecular Preservation of a New Titanosaur from Argentina

Heather Schwartz ’11, BS Psychology
Title: Personal and Professional Developments through Juvenile Justice Research

Caroline Shapcott ’12, PhD Mathematics
Title: Asymptotic and Rare Event Probabilities

Furrah Qureshi ’12, BA/MS English and Communication
Title: The War on Drugs: Covering News or Creating it?

Amanda White ’11, BS Physics
Title: Interacting Void Galaxies in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey

Hannah Bennett ’11, BS History and Political Science
Title: Civil War Music

Erica Caden ’11, PhD Physics
Title: Neutrinos and the Universe: From the Smallest Particles to the Biggest Questions

Mira D’Souza ‘12, BA International Area Studies
Title: Iraq: A Macroeconomic Study

Laura C. Ramirez ’11, BS Biology
Title: Taking C.H.A.R.G.E: A Novel Drosophila Model for CHARGE Syndrome

Renee Daggett ’14, BA Communication: Global Journalism
Title: How the Local Media Covered Japanese American Internment

Erica Frankel ’12, BS Chemistry
Title: The Effect of Excipients on the Swelling Behavior of PLGA Assessed by Quartz Crystal Microbalance

Elizabeth M. Goetter ‘12, PhD Psychology
Title: Internet-Based Behavior Therapy for Anxiety Disorders