Undergraduate Research and Scholarship
National Conference on Undergraduate Research 2010
CURS Sponsors NCUR Travel Scholarship Award
Nine BGSU students present at NCUR 2010 at the University of Montana
In the Spring of 2010, the Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship awarded eleven scholarships to students whose abstracts were accepted for presentation at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR). Nine of the students were able to attend and present their work at the University of Montana (Missoula, MT) from April 15-17, 2010. (The students and their project titles are listed below).
Pictured: Thomas Donahue (left) and Jeremy Didion (right) presenting their research posters at NCUR, 2010.
Those attending included:
|Lauren Biksacky||Political Science||A Strong Legal Doctrine to Protect the Weak Consumer: The Assumption of Contract Theory and the Doctrine of Unconscionability||Neil Browne, Ph.D.|
|Allison Bryan||Geology||Oxygen isotope Analysis of diatom silica in Surface Sediment Cores from Lake El'gygytgyn, Siberia||Jeff Snyder, Ph.D.|
|Maureen Cosgrove||Economics||The Most Extraordinary Paper of All Time: Puffery, Advertising, and Consumer Rationality in the Canadian and US Legal Systems||Neil Browne, Ph.D.|
|Jeremy Didion||Biology||Recognition of Visual Objects by Shape and Color in the African Cichlid Melanochromis auratus||Robert Huber, Ph.D. & Moira Van Staaden, Ph.D.|
|Andrew Reed||History||Treaty or Catalyst: The Failure of Versailles to Bring Lasting Peace to Europe||Neil Browne, Ph.D.|
|Thomas Donahue||Computer Science||Using Connectionist Networks to Learn to Classify Sounds||J. Devin McAuley, Ph.D.|
|Kate Cook||Sociology||Theatre as a Looking-Glass: A Study of the Effects Beil Labute's Drama on the Emergence of the Ethical Self||Neil Browne, Ph.D.|
|Alyssa Cain||Psychology||The role of GABAergic Neurons in Timing and Divided Attention||J. Devin McAuley, Ph.D.|
|Jessica Vasquez||Psychology||How Do Reality Television Shows Affect Young Women’s Body Image?||Dara Musher-Eizenman|
For questions about the CURS NCUR Travel Scholarship, please contact:
The Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship (CURS) at (419) 372-5401 or email@example.com.