2019 Best Poster Winners Announced
Thanks to the efforts of our judges at the 15th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium the top research posters were chosen from three broad categories: Humanities, Social Sciences, and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). We have awarded two prizes in STEM this year due to the high quality and excellent work of the students. We’re excited to announce our winners for 2019. Congratulations to these Best Posters and Honorable Mentions from the 15th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium!
Nathan Bishop, Glynnis Gourhan, Bridget Knodel, Emily McGovern, Nicholas Wagner
Poster #: 155|WAM! Women in Art Music
Faculty Mentor: Rebecca Cypess, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Music Department
Ashim Aganja and Sabeen Khan
Poster #: 168|Examining the Use of Interactive Virtual Training for Teachers (IVT-T)
Faculty Mentor: Elisa Shernoff, School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Psychology
Poster #: 285|The Anti-fibrotic Effect of Lyophilized Amniotic Membranes on Fibrosis Formation
Faculty Mentor: Yong Mao, New Jersey Center for Biomaterials
Poster #: 305|Crystal Convergence of the Twister Ribozyme
Faculty Mentor: Darrin York, The Office of Advanced Computing Research.
Anessa Ahmed and Christian Whalen
Poster #: 235|How Do the French Choose Their Questions?
Faculty Mentor: Viviane Deprez, Department of French
Poster #: 312|Archiving Afro-Brazilian Activism: Assessing the Impact of Black Consciousness in Bahia, 1970s-80s and Now
Faculty Mentor: Kim Butler, Africana Studies
Megan Fink, Seta Kelly, Taylor Martinez and Kathryn Slusarcyk
Poster #: 170|A Cross-Linguistic Investigation of Perspective-Taking Verbs
Faculty Mentor: Kristen Syrett, Linguistics
Poster #: 181|The Role of The Orexin System in Opioid Withdrawal Induced Depression
Faculty Mentor: Jennifer Fragale, Brain Health Institute
Poster #: 287|A surgical approach for spinal cord regeneration based on a 3D printable degradable device
Faculty Mentor: Antonio Merolli, New Jersey Center for Biomaterials
Poster #: 302|The Role of the Vitamin D Receptor as a Potential Immune Regulator in Colon Faculty Mentor: Michael Verzi, Genetics
Poster #: 307|Adolescence, Alcohol, and Behavior Genetics
Faculty Mentor: Lei Yu, Genetics
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