An advance look at Wednesday’s student symposium

Some of UW-Green Bay’s top student researchers, performers and artists will display their work for the campus community and general public between 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Wednesday (April 10) in the University Union’s Phoenix Room. We have a link to the full roster of presenter below, but here’s an entirely random sampling of just a few of the roughly 50 exhibits:

Effects of Religious Priming on Attitudes Towards Alcohol Use
Paul Ahrens, Nicole Schultz (Faculty adviser Dean Von Dras, Human Development)

Wild Blue Technologies Internship
Matt VandenBoomen (Jeff Benzow, Art and Design)

Voyageur Magazine
Kayla Filen, Mitchell Henkelman, Nicole Lasee, Codie Richards, Reed G Schneider
 (Victoria Goff, Information and Computing Science)

Inhibition of Breast Cancer Cell Proliferation by Indole-3-Carbinol and Benzyl
Gabrielle Gaura, Danielle Goodrich (Kimberly Baker, Human Biology)

Personality, Perception of Faces, Rejection and Satisfaction in Online Dating
Jimmie Willing (Regan A.R. Gurung, Human Development)

Phuture Phoenix – By the Numbers
Marena Erickson, Stephanie Sielaff (Kimberly Desotell, Phuture Phoenix)

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)

A Series of Surreal Narrative Portraits
Kerstin Torgersen (Kristy Deetz, Art and Design)

Leadership Styles and Expectations
Jena Richter (Phil Clampitt, Information and Computing Science)

How Lost in Austen are You?
Sammantha Gibson (Aeron Haynie, Humanistic Studies)

Biostratigraphy of Scolecondonts
Clarissa Justmann (John Luczaj, Natural and Applied Sciences)

Student Honors Recital 2013 Performance
Kevin Wellens (Sarah Meredith, Music)

And that’s just a healthy sample. See the full list.

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