Top student researchers will present at Posters in the Rotunda

The University of Wisconsin System hosts its 8th annual “Posters in the Rotunda:  A Celebration of Undergraduate Research” this Wednesday (April 6) at the State Capitol in Madison. The daylong event will be free and open to the public.

UW-Green Bay will be represented with seven research posters, authored and presented by twelve undergraduate students. The event showcases the outstanding student research taking place at each UW System institution, with posters on display from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Capitol Rotunda. The day also gives students a chance to demonstrate to legislators and others the value of undergraduate research, mentorship by outstanding faculty, and projects with the potential to address regional economic development.

Representing UW-Green Bay are the following students, projects and faculty advisers:

Aaron Groves
Canopy Pollinators in Northern Hardwood Forests of North Eastern Wisconsin
Adviser: Associate Prof. Amy Wolf, Natural and Applied Sciences

Erin Ehlers, Jessica Hopp, Rebecca McCabe, Alyssa Zingler
Do Relationships Matter in the Effects of a First Year Seminar Class?
Adviser: Associate Prof. Denise Bartell, Human Development

Amy Weise and Stephanie Freis
Dressed to Teach? Appearance, Clothing and Ratings of Instructors
Adviser: Prof. Regan Gurung, Human Development

Stephanie Lynch, Kristin Nick, Kayla Worchel
Effects of Childhood Stress on the Academic Performance of College Students
Adviser: Associate Prof. Dean VonDras, Human Development

David Lawrence
Fish Assemblages of the Wequiock Creek Estuary, Point au Sable Wisconsin
Adviser: Prof. Robert Howe, Natural and Applied Sciences

Lijun Chen
Trusting a Corporate Website Versus Corporate Facebook Brand Profile: The Role of Privacy Concern Factors
Adviser: Assistant Prof. Gaurav Bansal, Cofrin School of Business

Crystal Malakar
Political participation of Registered Nurses and Factors Influencing Participation
Adviser: Assistant Prof. Chris Vandenhouten, Nursing

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