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List of student exhibitors at Academic Excellence Symposium 2015

The 14th annual Academic Excellence Symposium, showcasing the talent and research ability of some of UW-Green Bay best students, took place April 7. The list of Academic Excellence Symposium projects, students, faculty advisers:

Reaching Out Through Girl Scouts 

Brittany Pyatt
Jennifer Lanter, Human Development

Western Policy and Influences on Middle Eastern Terrorism: Al-Qaeda
Alexander Girard
Eric Morgan, Democracy and Justice Studies

Funding the Southern Door County School District: A Policy Analysis 

Jared Spude
David Helpap, Public and Environmental Affairs

Assessing the Effects of Media Exposure
Shelby Vanhouten, Meghan Baker, Kayla Blochowiak, Sarah Wick
Regan AR Gurung, Human Development

Freedom House: Early Childhood 
Coordinator 

Morgan Bolli
Jennifer Lanter, Human Development

A Policy Analysis: Phosphorus Loading 
the Bay of Green Bay
Gina Vlach
David Helpap, Public and Environmental Affairs

Maternal Education and SES Effects on Creativity During Joint Engagement Reading
Cassandra Bartlett
Sawa Senzaki, Human Development

London Post-War Housing and the 
Festival of Britain
Joseph Taylor, Benjamin Dudzik, Hannah Giesick
Caroline Boswell and Heidi Sherman, Humanistic Studies

In-home Therapy with Children on the Autism Spectrum 

Kelly Berth
Jennifer Lanter, Human Development

The Lost Connection: Benefits of Being a Bilingual Professional in the U.S. Healthcare System
Julia Rose Shariff
Cristina Oritz, Humanistic Studies

Efforts Directed Toward the Synthesis of Obolactone
Lauren Anderson, Noel Craig, Kristin Short
Julie Wondergem, Natural and Applied Sciences

Improving Engagement within the Psychology and Human Development Majors
Kortney Krajewski, Kathryn Doll, Michelle McChesney, Chad Osteen, Amanda Schartner
Jenell Holstead, Human Development

Attitudes and Perceptions of Mental Illness
Olyvia Kuchta
Ryan Martin, Human Development

Positive Body Image Program Analysis
Mackenzie Wink, Haily Hummelmeier
Kristin Vespia, Human Development

15 Locus of Control and the Stress Response
Sarah Londo
Ryan Martin, Human Development, Craig Hanke, Human Biology

Effects of Coping Style and Age on Alzheimer’s Disease Prevention Behaviors
Hollis Reynolds
Dean VonDras, Human Development

A Meta-analysis of Mindfulness Training as a Therapeutic Intervention for Externalizing Disorders
Destany Calma-Birling, Emily DiNatale
Dean VonDras, Human Development

On Broadway District Neighborhood Master Plan
Rebecca Ellenbecker, Sadie DiNatale
Marcelo Cruz, Urban and Regional Studies Ashley Heath, Center for Public Affairs

Children’s Edible Garden Intern with the Brown County Central Library
Sarah Tomasiewicz
Sara Schmitz, Human Biology

Meme Impressions
Chad Osteen
Kathleen Burns, Human Development

Science of Sexy? An Empirical Test of 
Dressing Recommendations
Sarah Wick, Meghan Baker, Kayla Blochowiak, Shelby VanHouten
Regan AR Gurung, Human Development

Emotions in Sports Performance 

Kayla Hucke
Ryan Martin, Human Development

Impact of Phonology and Number on Children’s Novel Plural Productions 

Katharine Bright, Kayla Hucke
Jennifer Lanter, Human Development

Exploring the Significance of Faults and Fractures in the Confined Aquifer in Northeastern Wisconsin (Brown and Outagamie Counties): Insights From Stable Isotope Patterns 

Amanda Hamby
John Luczaj, Natural and Applied Sciences

Comparison of Analytical Methods for 
the Determination of Chlorophyll a 

Ryan Badeau
Michael Zorn, Natural and Applied Sciences

Extracurricular Group Impact 

Kathryn Doll
Jenell Holstead, Human Development

The Physiologic Effects of Video and Audio Stimuli on the Human Body

Ryan Hass, Travis Ladwig, Mary Pappas, Kaitlyn Pilarzyk, Crystal Remsza, Aimee Schaefer, Bridget Schedler
Craig Hanke, Human Biology

Impact of Music Tempo on Perceived Exertion During Exercise
Katrina Schumann, Alisha Maciejewski, Hailey Mohrfeld
James Marker and Craig Hanke, Human Biology

Decisions and Personality: Self-Regulation and the Big Five
Kari Kovacs
Kathleen Burns, Human Development

Perceptions of Abuse
Monica Wysocki
Kathleen Burns, Human Development
Emergence of Cross Cultural Difference in Moral Development in Infants
Keegan Eggert
Sawa Senzaki, Human Development

Revealing Green Bay: Industry and Development in Print
Gena Selby
Chris Style, Art and Design

Vocalissimo: Creative Activities in Florence, Italy with a Musical Performance
Ashley Gutting, Evan Ash, Tori Schuurmans
Sarah Meredith-Livingston, Courtney Sherman. Music

Drawdown of the Potentiometric Surface in the Cambrian-Ordovician Aquifer in Marinette County, Wisconsin
Christa Kananen
John Luczaj, Natural and Applied Sciences

Senior Show Portrait Paintings
Laura Schley
Kristy Deetz, Art and Design

Top UW-Green Bay students to display work at Tuesday’s symposium


The 14th annual Academic Excellence Symposium, showcasing the talent and research ability of some of UW-Green Bay’s best students, is scheduled to take place from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday (April 7) in Phoenix Rooms A and B of the University Union. The event is hosted by the campus chapters of the Phi Eta Sigma and Phi Kappa Phi honor societies, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the College of Professional Studies, and the Office of the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. As always, faculty, staff, fellow students and others are invited to browse the displays and chat up the proud student exhibitors. A musical performance is scheduled for 1 p.m. About 60 students are responsible for the 35 exhibits.

Last call: Nominate now for Academic Excellence Symposium


The 14th Annual UW-Green Bay Academic Excellence Symposium which showcases the academic excellence of our undergraduate and graduate students, and internships, will take place Tuesday April 7, in the Phoenix Room of the University Union, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Faculty are reminded to nominate students to present work, and have them complete the application proposal. The deadline to submit a proposal is Tuesday March 10. Direct questions to Terri Ternes.

Show and tell: Top students shine at Academic Excellence Symposium

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The 13th annual Academic Excellence Symposium took place April 10 on campus and, as always, the mid-day fair in the University Union’s Phoenix Room was a chance for leading student researchers to display and explain their work and for talented artists and vocalists to share their talent. (We have the full roster of student presenters listed here.)

Visitors throughout the day included faculty, administrators, fellow students and even some proud parents and grandparents.

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Outstanding students, sharing their work

We don’t like to nag (it’s not our place) but we really do encourage all who are able to drop by the University Union for at least a few minutes between 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Thursday (April 10) to browse the displays and chat up the proud student exhibitors at the annual Academic Excellence Symposium. They’d love to tell you about their projects, or share their artistic and musical talents. If you missed it, the full list of student presenters, research topics and faculty advisers is online.
 

Academic Excellence Symposium is Thursday

The annual Academic Excellence Symposium, showcasing the talent and research ability of some of UW-Green Bay best students, is scheduled to take place from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Thursday (April 10) in the University Union. Displays and activities will spill out from the Phoenix Room to nearby areas. The event is hosted by Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and The College of Professional Studies.

List of Academic Excellence Symposium projects, students, faculty advisers:

Billy Wenner: A Slow Degrade
Billy Wenner
Kristy Deetz, Art and Design

The Effect of Mediator Power on Communication Apprehension and Empowerment of Parties
Samantha Greener, Derick Wollner
Adolfo Garcia, Information and Computing Science

Nonprofit Adaption and Innovation: Responses to the Increased Need for Services
Paula Miller
Lora Warner, Public and Environmental Affairs

Fine Arts
Randall Tranowski
David Helpap, Public and Environmental Affairs

Fostering A Customer Service Culture
Mallory Woloszyk
David Radosevich, Business Administration

Understanding the Relationship Between Voter Turnout, Income and Education in Wisconsin
Kristine Alvarez
Aaron Weinschenk, Public and Environmental Affairs

Jane Eyre and Victorian Era Women
Gillian Evanoff
Brian Sutton, Humanistic Studies

Effects of Music on Cardiovascular and Galvanic Skin
Gail Feldkamp, Ryan Hass
Craig Hanke, Human Biology

Transient Series
Lauren Sinner
Carol Emmons, Alison Gates, Art and Design

After School Care for Students with Special Education Needs
Samantha Zweerink
Jenell Holstead, Human Development

Is There a Relationship Between Academics and Bullying?
Kaelee Heideman
Kristin Vespia, Human Development

Testing a Way to Counter Fat Talk on Body Image
Elisabeth Gehrke
Regan AR Gurung, Human Development

Ant-mediated Seed Dispersal of Three Wildflowers in the Cofrin Arboretum
Linda Vang
Amy Wolf, Natural and Applied Sciences

Gateways to Phirst Year Success: Navigating College by Building Relationships
Hannah Blum, Marleigh Fiedler, Ashley Grant, Jordan Grapentine, Katie Hobbs, Alex Wilson
Denise Bartell, Human Development

Nature Pictures and Stress Reduction
Amarra Bricco
Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges, Human Development

A Comparison of Nutrients and Phytoplankton in Lake Winnebago, the Lower Fox River, and the Bay of Green Bay
Nicole Beauchaine, Kelly O’Malley, Alison Schaefer
Michael Zorn, Environmental Science and Policy

Service-Learning in French
Jenalee Hoch, Rachel Long, Jeremy Nji, Alexander Opgenorth, Nicole Phillips, Sarah Ward
E. Nicole Meyer, Humanistic Studies

Nutrition Educator at St. Joseph Food Program
Holly Plamann
Sara Schmitz, Human Biology

Sports Nutrition Internship
Alicia Slusarek
Sara Schmitz, Human Biology

The Children’s Museum of Green Bay Internships
Caleb Cheslock, Megan Leonard
Ellen Rosewall, Art and Design

Energy Efficiency at Aurora BayCare Medical Center
Jacob Eggert
John Arendt, John Katers, John Stoll, Environmental Science and Policy

Decentralizing Traditional Computational Control in Distributed Particle Simulations
Shawn Snyder
Peter Breznay, Information and Computing Science

The Integration of IPads in a Nature-based 4K Classroom
Kayla Hucke, Nicole Phillips
Scott Ashmann, Education; Jennifer Lanter, Human Development

Child Play: A Study of Parent and Child Plural Production
Kayla Hucke, Nicole Phillips
Jennifer Lanter, Human Development

Analyzing the Versatility of the Bradford Protein Assay
Lauren O’Dell
Warren Johnson, Human Biology

Learning Practices Among College Students
Brianna Bartoszewski, Megan DeKeyser, Elisabeth Gehrke, Kayla Klemm, Breanna-Rose Olson, Jennifer Panske
Regan AR Gurung, Human Development

The Influence of Family and Sex Education on Sexual Debut
Rebecca Senn
Christine Smith, Human Development

Dressed to Present: Ratings of Classroom Presentations Vary with Attire
Laura Kempen, Kayla Klemm, Rebecca Senn, Carolyn Wysocki
Regan AR Gurung, Human Development

Can Altering Emotional States Prior to Concentration Tasks Disrupt Performance?
Brianna Bartoszewski, Megan DeKeyser, Elisabeth Gehrke, Kayla Klemm, Breanna Olson, Jennifer Panske
Regan AR Gurung, Human Development

Effects of Music on Perceived Exertion During Exercise
Nick Burgraff, Brenda Peebles
Craig Hanke, James Marker, Human Biology

Comparison of Invertebrate Litter Samples Between Experienced and Inexperienced Collectors
Thomas Purdom
Michael Draney, Environmental Science and Policy

Micro-Computer Vehicle Diagnostic Tool “Truck-Berry”
Douglas Tober
Peter Breznay, Information and Computing Science

An Analysis of Trust Lost in An Insider Privacy Breach
Benjamin Lindberg
Gaurav Bansal, Business Administration

Rapid Assessment of Avifauna in Panamanian Forests and Suburban Habitats
Stephanie Beilke
Michael Draney, Vicki Medland, Environmental Science and Policy

Resource Recovery Methods Feasibility Study for Brown County
Kyle Sandmire
John Arendt, John Katers, Environmental Science and Policy

Policy Analysis of Mitigating the Declining Pollinator Population of Wisconsin
Elizabeth Ledvina
David Helpap, Public and Environmental Affairs

Are Fitness Blogs Hurting Attitudes Toward Exercise and Our Bodies?
Brianna Bartoszewski, Megan DeKeyser, Elisabeth Gehrke, Kayla Klemm, Breanna Olson, Jennifer Panske
Regan AR Gurung, Human Development

Jump Shot Mathematics
Brianna Messner
Greg Davis, Natural and Applied Sciences

The Portrayal of Media Regarding Obesity
Brianna Bartoszewski, Megan DeKeyser, Elisabeth Gehrke, Kayla Klemm, Jennifer Panske
Regan AR Gurung, Human Development

40 Differences and Similarities in Economic Rhetoric: Obama, Reagan, and FDR
Paul Ahrens
Alison Staudinger, Democracy and Justice Studies

Efforts Toward the Synthesis of Obolactone
Gregg Fredrickson, Tera Parker
Julie Wondergem, Natural and Applied Sciences

Vocalissimo

Lindsay Cummings
Sarah Meredith-Livingston, Music

Vocalissimo
Charles Reimer
Sarah Meredith-Livingston, Music

Vocal Performance
Tori Schuurmans
Sarah Meredith-Livingston, Music

Vocalissimo
Kevin Wellens
Sarah Meredith-Livingston, Music

Vocalissimo
Leah LaMalfa
Sarah Meredith-Livingston, Music
 

Thursday deadline for students and Academic Excellence Symposium

Faculty: Please encourage qualified students to participate in the 13th annual UW-Green Bay Academic Excellence Symposium, sponsored by Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and The College of Professional Studies. The symposium runs from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Thursday, April 10, in the Phoenix Room and adjacent areas of the University Union. Contact Teri Ternes at ternest@uwgb.edu for further information and a proposal form. The deadline to apply is this Thursday (March 6).

Details on 13th annual UW-Green Bay Academic Excellence Symposium

UW-Green Bay faculty members are encouraged to invite their top students to participate in the annual Academic Excellence Symposium, scheduled this year to take place from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Thursday, April 10. Displays and activities will spill out from the Phoenix Room to other areas of the University Union. The event, hosted by Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and The College of Professional Studies, showcases the academic excellence of both undergraduate and graduate students. Contact staff member Teri Ternes at ternest@uwgb.edu for further information and a proposal form. The deadline to apply is Thursday, March 6.

UWGB undergrads demonstrate exceptional research

UW-Green Bay is a University well-known for providing undergraduate research experiences typically reserved for graduate school. These young researchers had two opportunities recently to demonstrate their exceptional work. Six UW-Green Bay undergrads shared their research on everything from nerdiness to cancer and online trust Wednesday (April 17), showing their stuff during the 10th annual Posters in the Rotunda event in Madison. This statewide research event lets UW System students share their work with leaders, legislators, school officials and each other — and UW-Green Bay again was well-represented. Our photo gallery (below) has some highlights of the day’s events — we also shot some video, which we hope to bring you soon.

Those students and more than 40 others displayed their outstanding scholarly and creative work for the campus community and general public on Wednesday April 10, at the University’s 12th annual Academic Excellence Symposium. Sixty-four students exhibited 48 projects including five vocal performances at the symposium, in the Phoenix Room of the University Union. It was a powerful demonstration of 360° of Learning (and teaching), in action. (See the photo gallery at the bottom of this post.) Congratulations to these students and their faculty leaders on their exceptional work.

The following UW-Green Bay students participated in Posters in the Rotunda. Here’s a bit more about them, their research and support:

Zhuxin “Zona” Fang, Jiaxing, Zhejiang, China, Secondary Mathematics Education major, will present “An International Approach to Examining the International Baccalaureate (IB) Mathematics Studies in the United States: Comparing a Topic in Statistics between IB and Chinese High School Mathematics Textbooks.” This research explores how IB programs may help U.S. students compete academically with students from other countries. Her faculty adviser is Assistant Prof. Susan Cooper.

Holly James, Green Bay, Human Biology and Biology major, will present “Luteolin Suppresses Daidzein Induced Cell Proliferation in Breast Cancer Cells,” which evaluates the referenced phytochemicals and has broader implications in regards to using dietary phytochemicals as chemotherapeutic agents. Her faculty adviser is Assistant Prof. Kimberly Baker.

Daniel Mueller, Kiel, Political Science and History major, will present “German Media and the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election: How Ideology, Regionalism, and Issue Coverage Shape the German Public Attitude toward U.S. Politics,” a project that explores how political and ideological orientation, regional coverage and other factors affected issue coverage of U.S. elections between July and mid-November 2012. His faculty adviser is Associate Prof. Katia Levintova.

Robyn Nielsen, Manitowoc, Environmental Policy and Planning major, will present the findings of the Brown County Waste Stream Committee’s yearlong work to establish a business plan and long-term strategy for redirecting waste from landfills by turning it into marketable materials, as part of a more environmentally sustainable local economy. Her faculty adviser is Associate Prof. John Katers.

Mai Chee Vang, Green Bay, Business Administration major, will present “Role of Cultural Congruence and Trust in Online Charitable Giving,” a study that compares two newly created website homepages that put images in a different order to manipulate the cultural congruence. Her faculty adviser is Assistant Prof. Gaurav Bansal.

Emily Vogels, Wrightstown, Psychology major, will present “Hidden Intelligence: Downplaying Intelligence in Social Settings,” which aims, via survey and regression analysis, to understand and predict why people might downplay their intelligence. Her faculty adviser is Prof. Regan A.R. Gurung.

POSTERS IN THE ROTUNDA

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Photos by Kelly McBride, Marketing and University Communication

12TH ANNUAL ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SYMPOSIUM

Listed here are each project’s title, the student involved, accompanist (if applicable) and faculty advisers and their academic units.

01: Effects of Religious Priming on Attitudes Towards Alcohol Use
Paul Ahrens, Nicole Schultz
Dean Von Dras, Human Development
02: Applications in Mathematics Education
Courtney Nolan
Kim Desotell, Phuture Phoenix
03: Brown County Zero Waste
Jennifer Gumz, Robyn Nielsen
John Katers, Natural and Applied Sciences
04: Internship with Lakeside Foods
Tieraney Planasch
Le Zhu, Human Biology
05: Boys and Girls Club: After School Program
Nicole Helsel
Jenell Holstead, Human Development
06: Wild Blue Technologies Internship
Matt VandenBoomen
Jeff Benzow, Art and Design
07: Student Marketing and Promotions Coordinator
Logan Hendricks
Phil Clampitt, Information and Computing Science
08: Renewable Energy Internship, Wisconsin Public Service
Evan Van Lanen
Amy Wolf, Natural and Applied Sciences
09: Voyageur Magazine
Kayla Filen, Mitchell Henkelman, Nicole Lasee, Codie Richards, Reed G Schneider
Victoria Goff, Information and Computing Science
10: Eco-Reps
Melissa Kiela, Amanda Pyke
John Arendt, Environmental Management and Business Institute
11: Internship at Family Services Residential
Lauren Vieaux
Deirdre Radosevich, Human Development
12: Inhibition of Breast Cancer Cell Proliferation by Indole-3-Carbinol and Benzyl
Gabrielle Gaura, Danielle Goodrich
Kimberly Baker, Human Biology
13: Effects of Chronic Exercise on Resting Plasma Corticosterone Response
Chloe Krueger, Julia Rose Shariff
Amanda Nelson, Human Biology
14: Stigmatization of Eating Disorders: Gender and Athlete vs Non-Athlete
Anna Girdauskas
Kristin Vespia, Human Development
15: Human Trafficking
Nathan VerVelde
Katia Levintova, Public and Environmental Affairs
16: Academic Participation and Expression of Knowledge
Emily Vogels
Regan A.R. Gurung, Human Development
17: Personality, Perception of Faces, Rejection and Satisfaction in Online Dating
Jimmie Willing
Regan A.R. Gurung, Human Development
18: An Analysis of Pharmaceutical Waste Disposal Alternatives
Hilary Zanoni
David Helpap, Public and Environmental Affairs
19: Luteolin Suppresses Daidzein Induced Cell Proliferation in Breast Cancer Cells
Holly James, Jessica Pudelko
Kimberly Baker, Human Biology
20: The Art of Science
Spencer Karls
Sarah Detweiler, Art and Design
21: German Media and the 2012 US Presidential Election
Daniel Mueller
Katia Levintova, Public And Environmental Affairs
22: Bullying and Academics: Is There a Relationship?
Kaelee Heideman
Kristin Vespia, Human Development
23: Role of Cultural Congruence and Trust in
Online Charitable Giving
Kelton Dopp, Mai Chee Vang
Gaurav Bansal, Business Administration
24: Mental Illness Stigma as Function of Client Gender and Diagnosis
Kaitlyn Multhauf
Kristin Vespia, Human Development
25: Personality Influence on Irrational Beliefs and Organizational Commitment
Areanna Lakowske
David Radosevich, Human Development
26: Cross Cultural Content Analysis of Sexual Education
Rachel Gardner
Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges, Human Development
27: Phuture Phoenix – By the Numbers!
Marena Erickson, Stephanie Sielaff
Kimberly Desotell, Phuture Phoenix
28: An International Approach to Examining the International Baccalaureate (IB) Mathematics Studies in the United States: Comparing a Topic in Statistics between IB and Chinese High School Mathematics Textbooks
Zhuxin “Zona” Fang
Susan Cooper, Education
29: First Impressions: Do Glasses Matter?
Miranda DeMars, Amanda Novak, Amy Vaughn
Jennifer Lanter, Human Development
30: Story of the Wounaan People of San
Antonio, Panama: An Evolving Way of Life
Jake Eggert
Mike Draney, Alma Rodriguez-Estrada, Natural and Applied Sciences
31: Moll Flanders Text Adventure
Kelsey DuQuaine
Aeron Haynie, Humanistic Studies
32: Bound/Unbound: A Series of Nude Self Portraits in Encaustic and Mixed Media
Kerie Throw
Kristy Deetz, Art and Design
33: Edificational [A Series of Surreal Narrative Portraits]
Kerstin Torgersen
Kristy Deetz, Art and Design
34: Jane Eyre: An Illustrated Interlude
Patrick Mares
Aeron Haynie, Humanistic Studies
35: Playing God
Andrea Oldenburg
Sarah Detweiler, Art and Design
36: Leadership Styles and Expectations
Jena Richter
Phil Clampitt, Information and Computing Science
37: Self-Portraiture
Jessica Schmidt
Sarah Detweiler, Art and Design
38: The Physiologic Effects of Music on the Sympathetic Nervous System
Desiri Jantz, Cassandra Welch
Craig Hanke, Human Biology
39: How Lost in Austen are You?
Sammantha Gibson
Aeron Haynie, Humanistic Studies
40: A Comparison of Basal Area on the Mahon Tree Plot
Austin Carter, Sara Smith
Robert Howe, Amy Wolf, Natural and Applied Sciences
41: Mammal Assemblages at the Wabikon Forest Dynamics Plot
Jesse Weinzinger
Robert Howe, Amy Wolf, Natural and Applied Sciences
42: The Effects of Echinacea on Superoxide Anion Production by HL-60 cells, a Neutrophil Cell Line
Lauren Caruso, Jessica Stolfi
Brian Merkel, Human Biology
43: The Body as a Landscape
Megan Mueller
Sarah Detweiler, Art and Design
44: Biostratigraphy of Scolecondonts
Clarissa Justmann
John Luczaj, Natural and Applied Sciences
45: Student Honors Recital 2013 Performance
Ryan Braatz
Sarah Meredith, Music
46: Student Honors Recital 2013 Performance
Lindsay Cummings
Sarah Meredith, Music
47: Student Honors Recital 2013 Performance
Nicole Duhaime
Sarah Meredith, Music
48: Student Honors Recital 2013 Performance
Kevin St John
Sarah Meredith, Music
49: Student Honors Recital 2013 Performance
Kevin Wellens
Sarah Meredith, Music

Mary Slavek, accompanist for Ryan Braatz (45), Lindsay Cummings (46), Nicole Duhaime (47) and Kevin St. John (48)
Grant Colburn, accompanist for Kevin Wellens (49)

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Photos by Holly Williams, photo intern, Marketing and University Communication