Posters and Exhibits

12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m.

  • Art
      (ART-1) Hilary Wilson
      Internship: Artist Guild

  • Asian Studies
      (AST-1) Alice Williams
      Internship: CDC Rotavirus Surveillance Lab

  • Biology
      (BIO-13) Judith Carlisle, Betsy Lyde, Abbey Myers, Kiersten Rule
      Effects of symbiont density and feeding rate on sexual and asexual reproduction in Aiptasia pallida anemones
      (BIO-14) Megan Willner
      Elucidating the role of deubiquitinating enzymes in a yeast model for Parkinson's disease
      (BIO-15) Julia Villemuer
      Regulation of Nicotinic ß3 and GABAA ß1 subunits, and Galanin Receptor 2 Expression during Lesion-Induced Sprouting in the Rat Septohippocampal Pathway
      (BIO-16) Michael Beck
      Internship: The Paley Advanced Limb Lengthening Institute (West Palm Beach, FL)

  • Chemistry
      (CHM-10) Ian Miller
      Fluorinated Molecules Encapsulated in Polydiacetylene Liposomes
      (CHM-11) Fred David
      Investigation of the DNA Interaction of Novel Photoactive Diimine Complexes of Cr(III) Using LC-MS
      (CHM-12) Yasmin Alvarez-Garcia
      Analysis of Cr(III)–Based DNA Photocleavage Agents Using CGE, PCR and Gel Electrophoresis
      (CHM-13) Chris Stachurski
      Developing Separations of Cr(III) Diimine Complexes Using Chiral Capillary Electrophoresis
      (CHM-14) Abby Boyd
      Total synthesis of Hibiscone C.
      (CHM-15) David Vogt
      Developing strategies for the preparation of rationally designed analogs of the furanosteroid family of natural products.

  • Computer Science
      (CSC-10) Zach Hall
      Supercharging Web Applications on a Budget
      (CSC-11) Jeff Dye
      Solving Graph Problems with Ant Colony Optimization
      (CSC-12) Joey Iannetta and Darius Luchian
      Stochastic Timing Analysis of the ARM Processor
      (CSC-13) Sam Hill
      Bootstrap + Cake: A New Look for Self-Monitoring
      (CSC-14) Paul Aluri
      Strategies for Efficient Path Finding Algorithms

  • Earth and Environmental Sciences
      (EES-5) Jay Owens
      Seeding Community Gardens: Analyzing Organizational Motivations of Church, Hospital, and Neighborhood Gardens in Greenville, SC

  • Education
      (EDU-2) Whitney Becker
      Internship: Main Street Children's Museum
      (EDU-3) Rachel Sease
      A Case Study: Preservice Teachers Blog with Fifth Graders to Discuss Commonly Read Literature

  • Health Sciences
      (HSC-10) Katie Kirkman
      Internship: Millstone Farm
      (HSC-11) Shelby Rimmler and Lindley Hill
      A Logintudinal Analysis Examining Daily Physical Education and Cognition among African American Youth: Is There a Link?

  • Mathematics
      (MTH-3) William Lewis
      Odd-Domination on the Torus: a Solitaire Puzzle
      (MTH-4) Emma Kortemeier
      Internship: Operation Exodus Inner City, Inc.
      (MTH-5) Maria Barrell, Rahul Isaac, Hannah Vincent & Stella Watson
      Park smART: Parking Analysis for Greenville's Arts District

  • Music
      (MUS-2) Mary Lewis
      Internship: Clarity - The Speech, Hearing, and Learning Center

  • Neuroscience
      (NSC-9) Jennifer Preslar and Annie Kalinoski
      A Novel Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor 1 (AhR1) Sequence From Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) Brain
      (NSC-10) Jessie Stanion
      Effect of selective dopamine D3 receptor antagonist PG1037 on ethanol consumption in mice
      (NSC-11) Emily Sewell
      Does repeated exposure to Ritalin in adolescence affect the propensity to later become addicted to cocaine as an adult?

  • Physics
      (PHY-5) Josh Richmond
      Novel Optical Fibers via Molten Core Method

  • Political Science
      (PSC-9) David Dunn
      Internship: U.S. Congressman Phil Roe, Washington DC
      (PSC-10) Lee Bolton
      Internship: Language Politics in Canada
      (PSC-11) Walker Strong
      Internship: Lynch, Traub, Keefe and Errante
      (PSC-12) Hayly Humphreys
      Let's talk about religion
      (PSC-13) Katie Fearington
      Internship: Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA)

  • Poverty Studies
      (PVS-12) Katie Fearington
      Internship: Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA)
      (PVS-14) Emily Schreiber
      The Reality of Domestic Violence: PVS Internship

  • Psychology
      (PSY-4) Kyle St. Hilaire & Mary Anne Short
      Food Cultures and Aging:  An examination of older adults' food perceptions and the transmission of this knowledge to younger generations.
      (PSY-5) Katie Davidson
      Prospective memory: Why does distraction interfere with remembering intentions?

  • Sociology
      (SOC-9) Cristin Anthony, Elizabeth Smith, and Molly Widmer
      High School Type Effect on Perceptions of Success
      (SOC-10) Irene Butler and Paige Fowler
      The Social Implications of Going Greek: The Influence of Sorority and Fraternity Membership on Perceptions of College Students
      (SOC-11) Jenna Barnett and Alexa Singer
      Crime Media and It's Influence on Viewer's Perceptions of Criminals and the Criminal Justice System

  • Spanish
      (SPN-1) Dylan Jarett
      Lexical variation of socially-indexed adjectives in Colombian Spanish.

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