Students Present Research at Eighth Annual SCHOLAR Day

April 24, 2015

University of Mount Union students representing 19 academic departments and programs presented the findings of their research during the eighth annual Student Celebration Honoring Our Latest Academic Research (SCHOLAR) Day on Tuesday, April 21 on Mount Union’s campus.

SCHOLAR Day is a campus-wide event filled with presentations showcasing academic excellence and scholarly research conducted by Mount Union students.

Three formal presentation sessions and two poster sessions were included this year, highlighting 47 formal presentations and 26 posters. This year's presentations included representatives of Mount Union’s Master of Arts in Educational Leadership (MAEL) and Physician Assistant Studies graduate programs in addition to undergraduate research presentations.

The event gave students a chance to share their latest academic research with faculty, staff, students, family, friends and the surrounding communities.

To read more about some of Tuesday's presentations, click the following links:

Why do Athletes Have Anxiety Issues?

Sex and the Psyche: The Correlation Between Child Sexual Abuse and Substance Abuse and Promising Therapies Being Utilized to Break the Link

The Artificial Kidney

Puppies and Sticks – Smiling, Mood and Persuasion

Does Size Matter: Nanoparticle Immune Cell Activation for Cancer Treatment

Who Are We? Finding an Identity in a Society Bound by Stereotypes

The Effects of Cold Water Immersion on Recovery from Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness

Examining the crimes of the outlaw motorcycle gangs

Bafa Bafa: A Cross-Cultural Simulation


Eighth Annual SCHOLAR Day

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