Seven Rivers Undergraduate Research Symposium
La Crosse, WI
Friday, November 8, 2013 marked the 11th annual Seven Rivers Undergraduate Research Symposium. This year's showcase of undergraduate student research and creative work was a wonderful opportunity to see student scholarship from across the disciplines. There were 120 student research presentations (poster and oral presentations) involving roughly 185 students from 13 area colleges and universities. Thanks to all who attended for making this year's event a success!
Please check back in January 2014 for details regarding next year's event.
Congratulations to this year's Award Winners:
BEST ORAL PRESENTATIONS:
Humanities: “Music in the Holocaust: A Means of
Survival” by Sonja Larson of Viterbo University.
Natural Science: “Folding contributions of
core amino acids in the beta-helical protein HpmA265” by Evan Glasgow of the
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.
Social Science: “Chinese Elderly Studies:
Effects of Demographic Characteristics on Social Resources” by Amy Wells of the
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
BEST POSTER PRESENTATIONS:
Humanities: “The Pursuit of Happiness: In Defense
of Aquinas” by Shane Reinbold of Viterbo University.
Natural Science: “Age Determination and
Paleo-environmental Analysis of Balcombe Clay, Australia” by Shauna Stephens of
St. Mary’s University of Minnesota.
“Historically Hysterical: Archival Analysis of Hysteria in the Psychological
Literature from 1733-Present” by Jessica Johnson, Leah Peterson, Amanda
Hammerseng, and Lisa Armendariz of the University of St. Thomas.
Materials from Past Seven Rivers Undergraduate Research Symposiums
2013 Seven Rivers Quick Reference
Symposium Abstract Book
Alphabetical Listing of 2013 Seven Rivers Student Presenters
Seven Rivers Event Schedule 2012
Seven Rivers Quick Reference 2012
Alphabetical List of Presenters by Institution 2012
Oral Presentation Evaluation Rubric
Seven Rivers Event Schedule 2011
Seven Rivers Quick Reference 2011
Alphabetical List of Student Poster Presenters 2011
Alphabetical List of Student Oral Presenters 2011
Abstract Books from past symposiums: 2009-2012
Seven Rivers Abstract Book 2012
Seven Rivers Abstract Book 2011
Seven Rivers Abstract Book 2010
Seven Rivers Abstract Book 2009
One of the research teams awarded People's Choice "Best Poster" in 2011.