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Announcements and News - Spring 2013
We are pleased to announce the winners of the oral presentations and poster awards from Research & Creativity Day on May 2nd. Please be sure to congratulations these students and faculty! Everyone did a wonderful job and it was a great day!
Phi Kappa Phi undergraduate oral presentation winner ($100): Doricka Menefee - Reclaiming Black Roots in Nature. English, Modern Languages and Journalism.
Phi Kappa Phi graduate oral presentation winner ($100): Kelley Tuel - Development and Field Trial of a Molecular Biology Teaching Kit Utilizing Halobacterium sp. NRC-1. Biological Sciences.
4 Graduate poster award winners ($100 each):
Sue Claridge - Johann Joachim Quantz: Transitional Figure. Music.
Jiang Lu - [Cr3O(O2CCH2CH3)6(H2O)3] + (Cr3) Toxicity Potential in Bacterial Cells. Biology.
Brittany Miller - Exposure to Luteolin Exacerbates Cyclophosphamide Teratogenesis in CD-1 Mice. Biology.
Harry Spencer IV - Going Down in Flames: Deception and Deceit in Emporia's First Major Bank. Social Sciences.
6 Undergraduate poster award winners ($100 each):
Dustin Burgardt - Design and Construction of a Pulse Induction Metal Detector for Study and Mapping of Meteorite Debris Fields around Impact Craters. Physical Sciences.
Somi Kim - Role of Hek Extracellular Loops in E. coli Invasion of Human Brain Microvascular Endothelial Cells. Biology.
Rosalie Krenger - Being Special Doesn't Make you Special: Using Sci-fi and Fantasy Young Adult Literature to Show that Supernatural Teens are Just Teens. English, Modern Languages and Journalism.
Alexandria Lara - Effects of Orally Rinsing with Glucose on Self-Control Tasks in College Students. Psychology.
Chase McIver - Native to Non-Native Speech: Practical Advice for Classroom Instructors. School Leadership/Middle and Secondary Teacher Education.
Kelsey Newman - The Effect of Unsolvable Anagrams on College Students' Subsequent Anagram Solutions. Psychology.
Faculty poster winners (poster tube):
Connie Schrock - Great Tasks for Mathematics. Mathematics, Computer Science and Economics.
Greg Sievert - Efficacy of Three Artificial Cover Materials in Herpetological Surveys in Prairies. Biology.
Spring 2013 issue of the Graduate School and Reserarch Bulletin is now available! There are many deadlines for this spring that you want to be aware of. Bulletin
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