2018 Graduate Student Research Day
Congratulations to the winners of the poster competition
Arts and Humanities - First Place
MinJi Kim, College of Journalism and Communications - "Insta-Self Journal: How Image-based Contents Motivate Users to Self-Improve on Instagram"
Arts and Humanities - Second Place
Amanda Bradshaw, College of Journalism and Communications - "Propagandizing Anti-Vaccination: Analysis of Vaccines Revealed Documentary Series"
Engineering - First Place
Michael Chang, College of Engineering - "Fast Robotic Soft Matter 3D Printing"
Engineering - Second Place
Mingshuo Li, College of Engineering - "The Surface Finishing of Biodegradable Stents"
Health and Life Sciences - First Place
Kyle Dyson, College of Medicine - "Identifying Antigens for Medulloblastoma Immunotherapy"
Health and Life Sciences - Second Place
Lukas Kovar, College of Pharmacy - "Clinical Predictors of Variability in Response to Clopidogrel Treatment after Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI)"
Physical Sciences and Mathematics - First Place
Frank Moore, College of Design, Construction, and Planning - "Exploring Virtual and Mixed Reality Applications for Construction Safety"
Physical Sciences and Mathematics - Second Place
Sourabh Mishra, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences - "Facile Tuning of Atropisomeric P,N-Ligands For Enantioselective Catalysis"
Social and Behavioral Sciences - First Place
Shubam Sharm, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences - "Access to Community Resources Associated with Lower Risk-Outcome Associations among Adolescents"
Social and Behavioral Sciences - Second Place
Carly Logan, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences - "Infusion of oxytocin into the nucleus accumbens core decreases cued cocaine seeking and increases extracellular glutamate