Details on ‘Posters’ presenters and projects

We told you here recently that six UW-Green Bay undergraduates will have the opportunity to share some terrific research Wednesday, April 17 during the 10th annual Posters in the Rotunda event in Madison. They’ll be among more than 100 UW System students, along with their faculty advisers, who will fill the Capitol Rotunda to share their original research with legislators and other state leaders.

Those presenting:
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.” 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.” 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. 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. 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.” Her faculty adviser is Assistant Prof. Gaurav Bansal.

Emily Vogels, Wrightstown, Psychology major, will present “Hidden Intelligence: Downplaying Intelligence in Social Settings.” Her faculty adviser is Prof. Regan A.R. Gurung.

Read more on the student presenters’ research projects.

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