20th Annual Centenary Student Research Forum
The winners for 2011 Research Forum have been announced.
The 2011 Research Forum takes place over Thursday and Friday, April 14-15. For additional information, see our press release for the 2011 Research Forum.
see also: instructions for presenters and judges
Presentation and judging will take place on Thursday, April 14th at 11:10am in Mickle Hall. In preparation of the judging, presenters should have their posters in place and ready at their assigned locations no later than 11:00am.
|Kathryn Hardey||Computer Science, Physics|
|Jackson Blankstein||Computer Science, Neuroscience|
|Renée Do, et. al.||Neuroscience|
|S. Kinchen, J. Kemp||Neuroscience|
|Heather Wensler, et. al.||Neuroscience|
|D. Micinski, et. al.||Neuroscience|
|C Redman, et. al.||Psychology|
|A Shackleton, et. al.||Psychology|
|Micah Goodwin||Political Science|
Presentation and judging will take place on Friday, April 15th. Locations and starting time vary by division, with both sessions ending around 3:50pm.
Social Sciences and Humanities in Kilpatrick Auditorium
|1:10pm||Catherine Walsh||Religious Studies|
|1:40pm||Wesley Carlisle||Education, Mathematics, Biology|
|1:50pm||Renée Do||Psychology, Neuroscience|
|3:40pm||Costantinos Dafnis||Performing Arts|
Natural Sciences in Carlile Auditorium
|2:00pm||Dallas Krentzel||Biology, Geology|
|2:10pm||Erica Glidewell||Biology, Neuroscience|
|3:10pm||Brandi Candler||Computer Science, Physics|