Events

Email ugresearch@syr.edu to request Zoom links for presentations. All presentation times are EST.

SOURCE Virtual Undergraduate Research and Creative Work Symposium

May 12-14, 2020

Please join us for presentations of completed projects and work-in-progress by research-active students from across the university!

May 12

11:00-11:30 AM

Gabrielle Sanft, Music by Design in Twelfth Night (Prof. Amanda Eubanks Winkler)

School of Education, College of Visual and Performing Arts / Music Education & Music History and Cultures

Distinction Program in Music History and Cultures

12:30-1:00 PM

Cayla Sharp, The Importance of Understanding the Differences between the North and South Korean Dialects for Human and National Security (Prof. Rania Habib)

College of Arts and Sciences, International Relations

3:00-3:30 PM

Nori Zaccheo, Alteration of the Optical Properties of Manganese Doped Semiconductor Nano Crystals (Prof. Weiwei Zheng)

College of Arts and Sciences / Chemistry and Forensic Science

Distinction Program in Chemistry

3:00-3:30 PM

Noel Bensalem, #DressTrashTag (Prof. Lyndsay Gratch)

College of Visual and Performing Arts

CRS, Political Science, Middle Eastern Studies

5:00-5:30 PM

Gretchen Coleman, Ballot Z: An Online Youth Voting Initiative         

College of Arts and Sciences, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs / Political Science

Renée Crown University Honors Program

May 13

1:00-1:30 PM

Ohemaa Dixon, Black Bodies in France (Prof. Laura Heyman)

College of Visual and Performing Arts / Art Photography

3:00-3:30 PM

Shannon Ferguson, Art and the Sensorium (Prof. Dusty Herbig)

College of Visual and Performing Arts / Studio Arts

Renée Crown University Honors Program

May 14

10:30-11:00 PM

Bronwyn Galloway, Babushka’s Kitchen (Russian Cookbook) (Prof. Erika Haber)

College of Arts and Sciences / Russian Language, Literature & Culture

Renée Crown University Honors Program

12:00-12:30 PM

Samuel Kuffuor-Afriyie, Ghanaian Traditional Music: Broadening the Classical Organ Repertoire  (Prof. Annie Laver)

College of Visual & Performing Arts (Setnor School of Music) / Music, Organ

12:30-1:00 PM

Kelsey Huebner, How Different Dialects of The Spanish Language Have Influenced its Evolution in The Syracuse Area (Prof. Emma Ticio Quesada)

College of Arts and Sciences, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs / International Relations & Spanish

1:00pm-1:30 PM

Justin Pascual, Spaceflight Nutrition: Vitamin D as an Immunoregulator in Microgravity Environments (Prof. Margaret Voss)

Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics / Nutrition Science

McNair Scholars Program

2:00-2:30 PM

Amber Vandepoele, Phylogenetic Differential Separation of Environmental Samples (Prof. Michael Marciano)

College of Arts and Sciences, Biochemistry and Forensic Science

2:30-3:00 PM

Giordan Moore-Hair, Black at SU (Prof. Mišo Suchý)

College of Visual and Performing Arts / Film

2:30-3:00 PM

Matthew Kennelly, Documenting Mineral Inclusions in Garnets from Papua New Guinea Eclogites (Prof. Suzanne Baldwin)

College of Arts and Sciences / Earth Sciences

3:00-3:30 PM

Dakota Voitcu, Impacts of Arbuscular and Ectomycorrhizal Fungi on Plant Physiology and Growth (Prof. Katie Becklin)

College of Arts and Sciences / Biotechnology

3:00-3:30 PM

Tatiana Hernandez-Mitchell, Assessing Race-Related Stress: An Analysis of POC Mental Health and Racially-Discriminatory Events at a PWI  (Prof. Sara Burke)

College of Arts and Sciences, Psychology and Forensic Science

McNair Scholars Program

3:30 – 4:00 PM

Si Li, Margaret Bourke-White, Photography in Germany 1945 (Profs. Karina Von Tippelskirch, Samuel Johnson, Margaret Innes)

College of Arts and Sciences / German Language, Literature, and Culture & Fine Arts