The Office of Grants & Research has announced the UW-Green Bay’s undergraduate researchers participating in University of Wisconsin System’s 15th Annual Research in the Rotunda, April 11, 2018, in the Capitol Rotunda (Madison). Out of more than 25 exceptional student research abstracts submitted for consideration, only six research posters were chosen to be presented. The following are those selected and their faculty advisors.
College of Health, Education and Social Work: Emily Clark (Education/Human Development), Prof. Timothy Kaufman (Education), “A Qualitative Study of Best Practices in Police School Partnerships.”
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences: Amberlee Jorgenson (Psychology), Prof. Regan Gurung (Psychology), “A Full Serving of Restaurant Server Experiences: Sexual Harassment in the Restaurant Industry.”
Austin E. Cofrin School of Business: Emma Nies (Business Administration) Associate Prof. Gaurav Bansal (Business Administration), “Shipping and Return-Shipping Costs do not Cost the Same! Examining the Role of Shipping Costs, Gender and Product Price in Online Buying.”
College of Science, Engineering and Technology: David Edward Ginsberg (Mechanical Engineering and Technology), Assistant Prof. Brian Welsch (NAS), “What are the Roles of Magnetic Field and Flare Ribbon Structure on CME Dynamics?”
Kenzie Ostien (Environmental Science/Biology), Assistant Prof. Karen Stahlheber (NAS), “Soil communities and switchgrass: mycorrhizal and microbial effect on plant growth and phosphorus uptake.”
Spencer Vanderbloemen (Biology/Environmental Science), Assistant Prof. Patrick Forsythe (NAS), “Community Structure and Diet Composition of Fishes within the Lower Fox River, Green Bay, Wisconsin.”