Congratulations to the 2022 Graduate Research Symposium winners
- 1st place: Erin Gianopoulos, History and Law, "Michigan taxation after Proposal A"
- 2nd place: Sarah Black, Biological Sciences, "Developing novel phytoscreening methods: Detecting carcinogenic environmental chemical contaminants"
- 3rd place: Michael O'Brien, Biological Sciences, "Beyond the canonical role of TFIIB"
- 1st place: Nick Young, University of Michigan, "Developing course equity reports to understand and reduce inequity at the University of Michigan"
- 2nd place: Fatooma Saad, Communication, "Impact of family-related policy implementation on retention-related decisions among military"
- 3rd place: Rahul Jayan, Mechanical Engineering, "First-principles study of single-atom electrocatalyst for Na-S batteries and water splitting"
- 1st place: Timiesha Knowles, Music, "From De Shank to De Whine: The musical reflections of political and sexual ideologies"
- 2nd place: Maritza Garibay, Music, "Pauline's disciples: The continuing reverberations of Oliveros's deep listening practice"
- 3rd place: Khairul Islam, Communication, "Social-mediated communication during water service disruptions"
Ultimate platform winners
- Wayne State University researcher: Timiesha Knowles
- Visiting researcher: Nick Young from the University of Michigan
- 1st place: Fathima Rukshana Mohamad Ramshan, Chemistry, "The uracilome of a mouse genome undergoing class switch recombination"
- 2nd place: Michael Brown, Sport Science, "Depression, physical, and metabolic health in collegiate swimmers following a COVID-19 lockdown"
- 3rd place: Lucynda Pham, Molecular Genetics and Genomics, "Increased CD11b+ immune cell infiltration promotes thoracic aortic aneurysm progression"
- 1st place: Yatin Patel, Mathematics, "Minimal integral models for principal series Weil characters"
- 2nd place: Claire Soave, Cancer Biology, "Mechanism-based drug development to treat advanced prostate cancer"
- 3rd place: Johanna-Lauren Roa, Speech-Language Pathology, "The importance of bilingual and multicultural competence in the field of speech-language pathology"
- 1st place: David Henning, Physical Therapy, "Perceptions of newly diagnosed people with MS on exercise and physical activity: A qualitative study"
- 2nd place: Ashley-Lynne Miller, Counseling, "Exploring lucid dreaming in art therapy"
- 3rd place: Brenna Friday, Biological Sciences, "Uncovering the impact of microcystin on larval Rana clamitans growth and survival"
External poster winners
- 1st place: Md Fyaz Sadiq, Michigan State University, "Mitigating frost heaving in roadways by engineered water repellency"
- 2nd place: Ivan Martinez, Oakland University, "How 'Adventures of Huckleberry Finn' speaks to and informs the dynamics of race today"
- 3rd place: Mandy Hall, Michigan State University, "Long-COVID symptoms and their interference among survivors who contracted infection more than 3 months ago"
Three-Minute Thesis Competition
- 1st place: Michael Drasher, Anthropology and Medicine, "Holistic healing: Continuities of care beyond the clinic"
- 2nd place: Alixandria Trombley, Translational Neuroscience, "Investigating the co-localization of a fos neuronal ensemble and HDAC5 in the rat nucleus accumbens"
- 3rd place: James McQuaid, History, "This union cause: The queer history of the United Auto Workers, 1935-2000"