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Undergraduate Students Present Summer Research Projects

Creighton Undergraduate Students Present Summer Research Projects

Students who were awarded the Creighton University College Of Arts And Sciences Undergraduate Research Scholarships last spring, will present the results of their summer research on Nov. 11 in room 3028 of the Mike and Josie Harper Center on the Creighton campus.

The award is sponsored by the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and is highly competitive.

The eight students each received $3,200 to complete eight full-time weeks of research on their projects over the summer.

A list of the presentations, including the names of students and their faculty supervisors follows:

  • Erin Crawford and Lacey Lagoni, “An Examination of the Self-Medication Hypothesis, Treatment Completion, and Outcome”
    Supervisor: Matthew Huss, Psychology
  • AnaMaria Seglie, “The European American: Washington Irving and Transatlantic Literature”
    Supervisor: Bridget Keegan, English
  • Adam Karnik, “Lie Homomorphisms on Incidence Algebras”
    Supervisor: Randall Crist, Mathematics
  • Sarah Norris, “A Pattern of Violence: Analyzing the Relationship Between Domestic Violence and Stalking”
    Supervisor: Matthew Huss, Psychology
  • Sam Pierre and Kunal Sualy, “The Lack of Women in Science: The Problem of Stereotype Threat”
    Supervisor: Isabelle Cherney, Psychology
  • Jillian Liesemeyer, “Similarities in Institutional Discrimination and Microaggressions in Universities: Jewish and Asian Pacific Americans”
    Supervisor: Heather Fryer, History

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