Sage Students Attend NCUR

NCUR 2011 groupEach year, Sage students are selected to present their research at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research.

Students attending NCUR 2011 in Ithaca, NY (pictured at right):

  • Brittany Beyus and Caitlynne Cash, "I'm Not a Feminist, But..." (RSC, Advisor: Prof. Leigh Strimbeck)
  • Briana Bixler, "Will Red Light Exposure Make Winners Out of Losers?" (RSC, Advisor: Dr. Susan Jenks)
  • Rachel Castro, "REACTION: FOOD ALLERGY ICONOGRAPHY" (SCA, Advisor: Prof. Jean Dahlgren)
  • Cheryce Harvey, "Can bats be saved? : Investigation of the effectiveness of bacteria and fungi in controlling the growth of Geomyces destructans" (RSC, Advisor: Dr. Dorothy Matthews)
  • Elizabeth Knoll, "Reducing expression of RNA interference genes in the mosquito Culex quinquefasciatus" (RSC, Advisor: Dr. Jack Harris)
  • Lauren Schroder, "Carbamate and Organophosphate pesticides: The effect on acetylcholinesterase activity in Notropis hudsonius" (RSC, Advisor: Prof. Toby Michelena)
  • Jessy Willette, "Lost Boys of Sudan: A Study of Identity and Cultural Difference in Christopher Quinn's God Grew Tired of Us," (RSC, Advisor: Dr. Tonya Moutray)