Q: How many students will present their scholarly endeavors at the Celebration of Student Research?
A: More than 120 undergraduate and graduate students, mentored by nearly 50 faculty advisors, will present their research at the daylong celebration on Friday, May 13. Sponsored by the Seattle University Undergraduate Research Association, the event pulls together all manner of scholarly works produced by our students, from science to the humanities to business and more. Students in the International Development Internship Program will also share their experiences working with non-governmental organizations.
The day begins with a continental breakfast at 8:30 a.m. at the Student Center Hearth and a welcome at 9 a.m. Panels and individual presentations will take place from 10 a.m. to 6:45 p.m. and poster presentations will be set up in the hearth from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Visit ORSSP for the full program.
Here's a quick sampling of some of the topics that will be highlighted during the course of the day:
- "Race, Hate Speech, and Social Media"
- "Biodiversity Surveys of Jumping Spiders in Minnesota"
- "Modeling Drug Synergy for HIV Prevention"
- "John Donne's Sickly Inclination: Christian Doctrine on Suicide in Early Modern England"
- "The Impact of Spirituality and Stress on the Health of Emerging Adults"
- "The Collective Trauma of 'all lives matter' in Response to Black Lives Matter"