“This was a wonderful opportunity for the campus and the community to see some of our best and brightest,” says Dr. Nathaniel Swigger, Assistant Professor and co-organizer of the event.
Newark, Ohio (PRWEB) March 26, 2015
In its 11th year at The Ohio State University at Newark, the Student Research Forum showcased oral and poster presentations from 25 students in the John Gilbert Reese Center.
“This was a wonderful opportunity for the campus and the community to see some of our best and brightest,” says Dr. Nathaniel Swigger, Assistant Professor and co-organizer of the event. Adding, “In the end it’s all about our hard-working students presenting their research accomplishments.”
Student participants gave poster presentations as well oral presentations followed by question and answer sessions. Both were judged in separate categories divided between students presenting completed research and students who are proposing research topics.
The full list of winners and participants follows.
Oral Presentation, Completed Research:
Wesley Barnhart and Samuel Rivera, "Auditory Stimuli Slow Down Responses and First Fixations: Support for Auditory Dominance"
Carolyn Dunifon, "Heart Rate Variability Associated with Attentional Control in High-Load Flanker Tasks" (1st place)
Chelsea Hinshaw, "Mysterious Bones: The Key to Unlocking New Orleans’ Odd Fellows Rest"
Amanda Hunt, "Adolescent Literature for Young Adults vs. for Adults" (2nd place)
Bryce Jones, "Intellectuals and Zombies in Star Wars: Death Troopers"
Oral Presentation, Proposed Research:
Torah Silvera, "Mardi Gras Indians: Exploring the Intersection of History, Community, and Culture in a Unique Tradition" (2nd place)
Lenise Sunnenberg, "New Orleans’ Mardi Gras Indian Queens: Exploring the Intersection of Race, Gender and Culture in a Unique Tradition"
Ashley Theodore, "Maintaining Black Culture through Mardi Gras Indian Suits" (1st place)
Poster Presentation, Completed Research:
Wesley Barnhart, "The Effects of Math Anxiety on Behavioral Decision Making Tasks"
Wyatt Bowman, "The Perception of Research Quality Based on Institutional Esteem"
Robert Burkhart, "Testing the Utility of Stable Isotopes for Analyzing Bee Foraging Across Habitats"
Krysten R. Chadwick, "Prosodic Processing by Individuals with Williams Syndrome" (1st place)
Rebekah Clark, "The Effects of Simulated ADHD Symptoms on Cognition"
Carolyn Dunifon, "Pay Attention to the Pictures: Auditory Dominance Not Under Attentional Control"
Max Frankenberry, "Utility of Carbon 13 Isotopes for Determining Adult Bumblebee Diets"
Kayla Palmiter, "Cross-Domain Priming of Language and Music in Children"
Lindsey Rike, "The Cross-Domain Priming of Language and Motor Rate" (2nd place)
Andrew Sabula, "An Archaic Ungulate of Middle Paleocene Age from Southeast Montana"
Poster Presentation, Proposed Research:
Emily Fischer, "Is it a Bat or a Bat? How Preschoolers Use Prosody to Disambiguate Nouns"
Steven Foley, "Pre-Katrina vs. After Katrina: N’awlins Does Matter"
Austin Hulse, "Spectral Lags of Swift Gamma-Ray Bursts with Precursor Emission" (2nd place)
Ashley Luu and Cody Price, "Providing Unique Information May Lead to Being Ostracized"
Michael Madson, "Spectral Lags of Swift GRBs with Prompt Optical Emission" (1st place)
Brandon Porter, "The Effect of Prosody on Decision Making"
K’ree Wright, "Using Prosody to Predict a Credible Source"
To learn more about the Student Research Forum or about student research at Ohio State Newark, contact Nathaniel Swigger, Assistant Professor, Political Science at swigger.1(at)osu(dot)edu.
PHOTO Attached - Dr. Robert Cook congratulates a student winner at the 2015 Student Research Forum