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Student Research Symposium
ANNOUNCING: THE SECOND ANNUAL STUDENT RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM IS APRIL 29, 2014
6-8 PM IN THE PILLA STUDENT CENTER.


REGISTER BY MARCH 28, 2014

Check out the submission form link to the left to register.

YOU COULD WIN ONE OF SEVERAL $150.00 MONETARY PRIZES FOR YOUR ENTRY!
 

Read below about the FIRST Symposium:

CONGRATULATIONS to all students who participated! We look forward to the Second Annual Student Research Symposium in 2014!

The School of Arts and Sciences sponsored the first Annual Student Research Symposium on May 2, 2013, in the Pilla Student Center. This event showcased and rewarded outstanding student scholarship and research at Ursuline. Its purpose was to recognize this research, provide incentives for work of high quality, and encourage a higher level of research participation on campus.

Students presented posters, displays, multi-media presentations, or papers of their research as part of their class project, independent study, honors project, capstone course, or other research activity.

Awards were granted to students in the following categories:

ACHIEVING WITH TECHNOLOGY:
Marissa Dean and Kayla Stefancic: The Stigma of Bipolar Disorder: Labeling, Social Distance and Stereotyping (poster)

BEST INTEGRATION OF THE HUMANITIES IN AN INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH PROJECT:
Khala Michelle Bush: Your Insides Matter Most (poster)

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT RALPH M. BESSE LIBRARY RESEARCH AWARD:
Marissa Dean and Kayla Stefancic: The Stigma of Bipolar Disorder: Labeling, Social Distance and Stereotyping (poster)

GRADUATE STUDENT RALPH M. BESSE LIBRARY RESEARCH AWARD:
Emily Smith: Cain Park (oral presentation)

DEAN’S AWARD: ORAL PRESENTATION:
Stephanie Pratt: The Practice of Vertical Farming and Growing

DEAN'S AWARD: POSTER PRESENTATION:
Jennifer Wisen: Progress Toward A Novel Diphosphinite 2,6-Diphenylpyridine Analog of m-Terphenyl Pincer Ligands

See: Student Research Symposium 2013 from Ursuline College on Vimeo.