Forum Photo Gallery

2015 Spring Forum

Students presenting their research through posters (caption below)
Rachel Trout – Sophomore, Art
Project Title: “Womanhood: An analysis of abusive relationships between mother and daughter”

Students presenting their research through posters (caption below)
Kathleen Kowalsky – Junior, Textile & Apparel Management
Project Title: “Exploring sustainability in textile and apparel through minimal waste cutting and digital textile printing”

Students presenting their research through posters (caption below)
Braden Curd – Sophomore, Sport Management
Zac Ricketts – Sophomore, Sport Management
Project Title: “Is the curse real? Professional athletes on video game covers and declines in their performance”

Students presenting their research through posters (caption below)
Jordan Bakes – Sophomore, Computer Engineering
Project Title: “eFUMI: An improved approach to multiple instance learning”

Students presenting their research through posters (caption below)
Micah Fletcher – Junior, Biological Sciences
Project Title: “Investigating how male masking signals inhibit female replies in a duetting treehopper”

Students presenting their research through posters (caption below)
Sarah Biehn – Sophomore, Biochemistry
Project Title: “Altered expression of an RNA decapping protein in cells identifies RNA targets of a nuclear degradation pathway”

Students presenting their research through posters (caption below)
Michael Graves – Senior, Agribusiness Management
Project Title: “Estimating the effect of dried distillers grains on feed and crop markets”

Students presenting their research through posters (caption below)
Anastasia Harris – Senior, Health Science
Project Title: “Effects of employer support on rural working mothers ability to breastfeed”

Students presenting their research through posters (caption below)
Karen Patterson – Junior, Biological Sciences
Project Title: “Preliminary exploration of cellular and nuclear size as it relates to gene expression and ploidy”

Students presenting their research through posters (caption below)
Hannah Reese – Senior, Journalism & English
Project Title: “Adventures of a Hack: Revitalizing Victorian literature through mobile application”

Students presenting their research through posters (caption below)
Colleen Roetemeyer – Junior, Secondary Education-Art Education
Project Title: “Rooted in sacred ground: Examining the mentor-mentee relationship”

Students presenting their research through posters (caption below)
Joe Rowles III – Senior, Biochemistry & Nutritional Sciences
Project Title: “Novel effects of FGF21 and exercise on brown adipose tissue inflammation”

Students presenting their research through posters (caption below)
Chanell Washington – Senior, Psychology
Project Title: “Mother-daughter relationship quality and family structures in association between sexual attitudes and interactions”

Students presenting their research through posters (caption below)
Brianna Westervelt – Senior, History & English
Project Title: “Conveying Victorian short fiction in the Twenty-First Century”