Spring Symposium: A Celebration of Ideas
Date: Friday, April 29th, 2011
Time: 1:30 pm
Duration: 3 hours
Location: Gurley Hall - Multiple Rooms
Sponsored by: The Kathleen Donnelly Center for Undergraduate Research
Contact: David A. Salomon | firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, visit: http://www.sage.edu/centers/dcur/.
1:30-1:45: Session One: Bush Memorial
- Brittany Beyus and Caitlynne Cash, "I'm Not A Feminist, But . . . "
2:00-3:00: Session Two: Gurley 201
- Cailtin Maloney, "An Examination of the Social Disorder that Occurs in the South after the Civil War"
- Grace Collett, "Cinema of Dreams"
- Ashley Brennan, "Befriending the Captor: Colonization and Stockholm Syndrome in Zimbabwe"
- Stephanie Ford, "Reading as Self-Knowledge through Meditation in Saint Augustine"
2:00-3:00: Session Three: Gurley 202
- Cheryce Harvey, "Can bats be saved?: Investigation of the effectiveness of bacteria and fungi in controlling growth of Geomyces destructans"
- Sarah Fink, "Standing Metachrony in Humans"
- Elisabeth Knoll, "Reducing expression of RNA interference genes in the mosquito Culex quinquefasciatus"
- Briana Bixler, "Will Red Light Exposure Make Winners Out of Losers?"
2:00-3:00: Session Four: Gurley 203
- Kathryn Saulsbery
- Rachel Castro, "REACTION: FOOD ICONOGRAPHY"
- Danielle Dobbs, "'God Grew Tired of Us': Unintended Colonialism"
- Sara Skye Huck, "'God is Dead': Adopting Existentialism in Post-Occupation France"
2:00-3:00: Session Five: Gurley 204
- Carly Farnan, "Suicide Risk Assessment in Psychiatric Settings"
- Victoria Brandt, "Violent Video Games and Aggression—Are Adolescents in Danger?"
- Jessy Willette, "Lost Boys of Sudan: A Study of Identity and Cultural Difference in Christopher Quinn's God Grew Tired of Us"
- Nicolette Demagistris, "'The Judson School'—Avant-Garde Art in the 1960s and 1970s"
3:15-4:15: Session Six: Gurley 201 (Poster Presentations)
- Tessa White, "Grass Fed versus Grain Fed Beef: Health Implications for Consumers"
- Tara Joyce, "Resveratrol in Peanuts may Protect Against Cancer"
- Edda Pauze, "The Relationship Between Cruciferous Vegetable Consumption and Cancer"
- Elizabeth Richardson, "Effect of Oatmeal on Cholesterol Level in Relation to Coronary Heart Disease"
3:15-4:15: Session Seven: Gurley 202
- Lauren Schroder, "Carbamate and Organophosphate pesticides: The effect on acetylcholinesterase activity in Notropis hudsonius"
- Jamie Lee McNary, "Microscale Multi Step Synthesis of Pharmaceuticals"
- Melissa Sweeney, "Converting to Non-Isotopic Labeling and Detecting of DNA"
- Sarah Fischer, "Evidence Based Nursing: Sleep for patients in the critical care setting"
- Caitlynne Cash, "The Role of Women's Studies Courses in the Core Curriculum: An Examination of Variability in Existing Programs"
3:15-4:15: Session Eight: Gurley 203
- Stephanie Fay, "Historical Troy in Photographs"
- Christine Dorn, "Raining on Colonial Imperialism
- David Girard, "The Feminine Mystique in Post-Colonial African Literature: A Feminist Analysis of Achebe's Things Fall Apart and Dangarembga's Nervous Conditions"
- Miranda DiStefano, "It Happened: Reclaiming and Owning Troy's Sordid Past"