Honors Students to Present at National Conference on Undergraduate Research

The Honors College wants to congratulate a number of Honors students who will be presenting their research at the 31st Annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research at the University of Memphis at the beginning of August. Please see the students and presentation titles below:

William FiorePhase II Expansion of the Murchison Widefield Array

Jessye Hale – MDSC proliferation in the 4T1 breast cancer tumor model

Molly Kiefer – 17ß-Estradiol activates the Wnt/ß-catenin pathway in the dorsal hippocampus of ovariectomized female mice

Ashley Matter – Loss of Plasmid-Borne Antibiotic Resistance Under Relaxed Selection

Amanda Miller – Reliability of a Lab-Based Measure of Response Inhibition in Youth with Williams Syndrome

Danielle Olsen – Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention: Personal and Professional Care

Kylee Radulovich – Forensic Anthropology vs. Bioarchaeology

Ana-Maria Raicu – Role of non-muscle myosin in regulating cell shape during zebrafish brain morphogenesis using CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing

Ursula Sicking – Modeling relationships among growth, nitrate uptake and nitrate reductase activity in phytoplankton from a freshwater urban pond and Lake Michigan

Megan Sumter – Comparison of the Stimulus Set Size on the Efficacy and Efficiency of Acquisition

Maddie Tetzke – The Impact of Psychological Factors on Clinician-Versus Patient Perceptions of Function Among Individuals with Lumbar Spine Impairment Receiving Outpatient Rehabilitation

William Thiemann – Our Orphan Train

Gabriella Van Den Elzen – Matrix Training: Considerations for Recombinative Generalization and Efficiency of Acquisition

Eleanor Wenker – Our Orphan Train