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Prizes awarded at Undergraduate Research Symposium

Tyndel Mendenhall
Tyndell Mendenhall with her “Enron Scandal” presentation

Erskine’s 2016 Undergraduate Research Symposium included student poster presentations in the areas of athletic training, biology, business, chemistry and physics, and social sciences.

Student researchers were on hand to answer questions about their work during scheduled sessions in Bowie Arts Center and the Daniel•Moultrie Science Center.

“I am very pleased about having the Undergraduate Research Symposium on campus,” Assistant Professor of Psychology Dr. Briana Van Scoy said.

“This is an excellent opportunity to highlight the academics of Erskine College and showcase the high-quality research that our students are conducting.”

Professor of Chemistry Dr. Joel Boyd noted that the symposium has grown during its three years. “This year, the event was expanded to include student work in business and social sciences in addition to the natural sciences,” he said.

“The event was very well attended by students and faculty, and the student poster presentations were excellent.”

Athletic training winners were Amelia Chassevent, first place, and Konstandena Brown and Kathryn Windham, second place.

In biology, winners were Clara Formby, first place, and Sarah McDonald and Neal Stanley, second place.

Connor Gibson
Business category winner Connor Gibson with his presentation, “Bernie Madoff Ponzi Scheme”

Business winners were Connor Gibson, first place, and Tim Nabholz, second place.

Chemistry winners were Justin Glover, first place, and Nathanael Moore, second place.

Baroody and Van Scoy
Social sciences category winner Sarah Baroody, left, with Assistant Professor of Psychology Dr. Briana Van Scoy

In the social sciences, Sarah Baroody won first place, and Abigail Butler earned second place.

Winners received gift certificates to the Erskine Book Store. Prizes were provided by the Erskine chapter of the American Chemical Society.


See a slide show of photos from this event below.

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