The three winners for this year’s best paper award are below. Congratulations to all the winners!
Author: Jordan Moumne
Title: Paul Rudolph’s and Carlo Scarpa’s Interaction with the Environment
Faculty Mentor: Jeff Carney, School of Architecture
Author: Emily McHugh
Title: Word Learning in Two Modalities
Faculty Mentor: Lori Altmann, Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences
Authors: Kaden Loring (1st author), Paul Fulda, Luis Ortega, Guido Mueller, James Monroe, Xavier Huerta, and Jeremy McAllister
Title: Hydroxide catalysis bonding of a negative thermal expansion alloy for astronomical telescopes.
Faculty Mentor: Paul Fulda, Department of Physics
Three winners for this year’s best paper award were announced April 1, 2019 at the Undergraduate Research Symposium. Congratulations to all the winners!
Arts & Humanities:
Student author: Leah Brand
Article title: A look into Jewish aesthetics and abstraction
Faculty mentor: Rachel Silveri, Ph.D, School of Art & Art History
Social, Behavioral & Education Sciences:
Student author: Reanne Christina Mathai
Article title: Factors associated with opioid use disorder diagnosis and treatment progress
Faculty mentor: Lisa Merlo, Ph.D, MPE, Department of Psychiatry
Student author: Lindsay Renee Richards
Article title: Prevalence of intestinal parasites and related risk factors in rural localities from Pampa del Indio, Chaco, Argentina
Faculty mentor: Song Liang, Department of Environmental & Global Health