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Undergraduate Research Colloquium VI

Presentations of senior Honors thesis projects and research in progress
When Apr 21, 2012
from 09:00 AM to 04:00 PM
Where Grand Salon, French House
Contact Name
Contact Phone 225-578-8845
Attendees Open to the public
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Schedule of Events

9:00am – 9:10am      Grand Salon        Opening Remarks - Associate Dean Granger Babcock

9:10am – 9:30am     Grand Salon        Keynote Address - Dr. Vincent LiCata, Professor of Biological Sciences and Erich and Lea Sternberg Honors Professor

9:40am – 11:20am           SESSION I

Grand Salon

Brian Baudoin III - Amending the Stafford Act: Considerations for a Catastrophic Disaster Declaration

Samantha Costas - Factors that Make States Susceptible to Pursuing Suspicion-less Drug Testing for Welfare Recipients and the Likelihood of Louisiana Following Suit

Victor Lashley Jr - Marketing Mainstream Financial Services to Baton Rouge’s Unbanked Population: Assessments and Recommendations for the Bank on Baton Rouge Initiative

Jessica Lowe - Grace Like Snow

West Laville Study

Kimberly Johnson - Translating Text and Context: A literary translation of the 1950’s French Novella Je fus un saint

Jerika Marchan - Dead or Exploding: An Exploration of Love, Panic, and Identity through Contemporary Experimental Poetry

Michelle Thomas - Exploring the Unknown

Joanna Zimmerman - Books as Weapons: Metafiction in Female Victorian Writing

11:30am – 12:00pm         POSTER SESSION  Grand Salon

Arundhati Bakshi - Seizure Phenotype by Haploinsufficiency of the Epigenetic Regulatory Gene Aebp2

Corey Landry - Electrospun PLA/CSA-13 Antimicrobial Coatings for Spinal Instrumentation

Aquiles Parodi Amaya - Analysis of the Impulse Response Functions of a Biomechanical Model that Simulates Forces at the Horseback

12:00 pm – 12:50pm       LUNCH French House Café

1:00pm - 2:20pm             SESSION II

Grand Salon

Stewart Humble - Synthesis and Cellular Investigations of the 131-Lysyl Derivative of Chlorin e6

Jennifer Maul - Do Stimulant Medications for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Affect Memory of Emotional Stimuli?

Hannah Smitherman - Children’s Nonword Repetition Skills as a Function of Their Race, Dialect, and Clinical Status

2:30pm – 3:50pm            SESSION III

Grand Salon

Annette Denton - Behind the Seams: Individual Responsibility & Global Poverty

Tyler Henry - A Quantitative and Qualitative Content Analysis of FIFA’s Social Development and Humanitarian Campaigns

Rebekah Myers - Explaining Attitudes Toward Racial Preferences and Affirmative Action: A Multi-Racial Perspective

Cailidh Pedersen - A Comparison of Handwriting and Typing with regard to the Enhancement of Learning

3:50pm – 4:00pm          Grand Salon   Closing Remarks – Associate Dean Granger Babcock

 


 
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