Student Research and Scholarship Symposium 2017 Winners


SYMPOSIUM PROGRAM COVER DESIGN
Haley Kindall

HISTORY
Falon Weidman [Rutherford]
Success and Implications of Nazi Propaganda in the Middle East and North Africa

ENGLISH
Megan Steele [Voorhees]
Dystopia is Nigh: An Evolution of the Genre Within Huxley, Atwood, and Eggers

PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS
Kylie Frizell [Bressler]
The Cardinal Culture

FINE ARTS EXHIBITION
Bryan Cunningham
A Futile Attempt at Nothing

ATHLETIC TRAINING
Sydney Lavengood [McManis]
The Effects of Therapeutic Ultrasound and Heat on Hamstring Flexibility.

CHEMISTRY
Stephen Hansknecht & Brett Szeligo [Fuller]
Synthesis of Iron Dicarbonyl-Dithiocarbamate Ligands Using a Ball Mill

BIOLOGY
Dylan Carenbauer [Shurina]
The Effects of Epigallocatechin-3-gallate on c-Myc Protein Levels and Viability of SH- SY5Y Human Neuroblastoma Cell Line

MATHEMATICS
Stephen Hansknecht [Cordier]
Tower of Hanoi

PSYCHOLOGY
Juan Pablo Troconis Bello [Raudenbush]
Effects of Peppermint Flavor and Scent Administration on Augmenting Rugby Player Performance: Use of Peppermint Flavored Mouth Guard During Play

RESPIRATORY THERAPY
Jordan Frommeyer [Twarog]
Pulmonary Rehabilitation Effect on Locus of Control in Patients with Chronic Pulmonary Disease.

NURSING
Christina Zirkle and Kali Marchio [Barton-Maxwell]
Between the Mountains, Without Health Care

ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY [DONAHUE 128]
Cole Roberts [Railing] 
Analysis of Wastewater to Monitor the use of Heroin (Diacetylmorphine)

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
Rubis Ngenzi [Driscoll]
The Impact of the CFA Currency on African Countries Development

CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Zachary Stramanak [Driscoll]
Mental Health Court Program: Descriptive Evaluation

LAUT HONORS
Lucy Hritzo [Weimer]
Investigating the Distinctive Biological Life Forms found Exclusively in United States National Parks.

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Zachary Hamm, Taylor Artimez, Addison Bowers and Seth Yost [Orzolek]
Scalable Greenhouse Automation Software System Using "Raspberry Pi" Single-board Computer

GRADUATE STUDIES
Chris Rouhier [Jones]
Best Practices in Jesuit Career Advising: How Jesuit Colleges Incorporate Ignatian Pedagogy into Career Advising Services