Honors College students receive 11 UROP Research Awards
The Office of Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program announced it’s Spring/Summer - Fall 2015 Undergraduate Research Awards and the Irvin D. Reid Honors College was well represented with 11 research award recipients.
The award funding will help students to complete faculty-mentored research and creative projects and gain valuable experience in the process.
The recipients include:
- Kristy Abraham: Does impulsivity mediate brain network interactions in disorders of emotion regulation?
- Stefanie Della Porta: Language Learning While Studying Abroad: Perceptions, Participation, and Outcomes
- Matthew Diehl: Dental Forces during Direct Laryngoscopy
- Patrick Erickson: fiber Reinforcement of Capsule Based Tissue Constructs
- Veronica Lewalski: Light Activated Ruthenium Compounds as a tool for Caspase Inhibition
- Maryssa Mercer: Prediction of unilateral recurrent laryngeal nerve palsy during shoulder dystocia using computer simulation model
- Jordan Mulders: Seeing Community Health Efforts from the Ground Up: Observing a Health and Sustainable Nutritional Practices in Kabale, Uganda
- Manal Nizam: Effects of Modernity on the Effects in Japan
- Aryana Sharrak: Seeing Community Health Efforts from the Ground Up: Observing a Health and Sustainable Nutritional Practices in Kabale, Uganda
- Aaron Szpytman: Effect of Glycosaminoglycan Surface Composition on Mesenchymal Stem Cell Differentiation to Valvular Lineages
- Nathan Vengalil: Effects of Parathyroid Hormone and MAPK Phosphatase-1 on Sclerostin Gene Expression in Bone