On April 16 at the Hodges Library, Chancellor’s Honors students in English 298 presented their research as part of this year’s Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement (EURēCA). The event was organized as a partnership between the Office of Undergraduate Research and the Composition Office, with special assistance by Kristina McCue.
The poster presentations were judged by Hooman Saeli, Paige Walker, Kimberly Turner, Charissa Powell, John Han, Anne Snellen, Pax Gutierrez-Neal, Daniel Wallace, Tanita Saenkhum, Kirsten Benson, Elizabeth Gentry, Robin Barrow-Nichols, Randi Marie Addicott, Lance Dean, Harry Newburn, Scott Mackenzie, Robin Nicks, Tawnysha Greene, Marcel Brouwers, Andrew Todd, Niki Kirkpatrick, Alison Shepard, Sally Harris, Melinda Backer, Anne Breyer, Kat Powell, Jill Fennell, and Heather Akers.
1st place: Aruha Khan, “An Analysis of the Impact of Finance-Based Accounting upon High-Risk Decision-Making in American Corporations” (Instructor: Randi Marie Addicott)
2nd place: Travis Thornton, “Examining the Effects of Americanization on International Chinese Student’s Perceptions of China” (Instructor: Robin Barrow-Nichols)
3rd place: Madeline Payne, “Current Opioid Regulation: Impact on Prescribers and their Patients” (Instructor: Robin Nicks)
Congratulations to the winners!