Meredith Student Researchers Present at State Conference

Sixteen Meredith College student researchers presented their work at the State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium (SNCURCS).

The full list of Meredith researchers and their topics are as follows:

  • Vanessa Jaimes Bustos, Katie Juarez Olivera, and Jakelin Santos ReyesThe synthesis of Oleanolic Acid and its Deveritaives in Yeast Cell Cycles
  • Alexandra Cardoso Garcia, Topology of the Universe
  • Alyshena Case and Megan Elliott, Student Perceptions on Gene Drives at Meredith College’s Campus
  • Alexandria CrankBarriers to On-Campus Counseling for Meredith Students Experiencing Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression
  • Aurora HagenThe Sex Industry: More Than a Dichotomy
  • Claire JacobyExamining Types of Obsessions and Compulsions During Pregnancy
  • Caroline Klein, An Exploration Into the Rates of Decomposition of House Mice (Mus musculus) using two different species of Beetles (Dermestes maculatus and Tenebrio obscurus)
  • Clary TaylorInvestigation of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) Analogues in North Carolina
  • Elisabeth Sinicrope, Characterization of reduced enzymatic browning phenotype in transgenic basil plants
  • Kara Solomon, Sophia Bogan, and Juno PilsonInvestigating the impacts of stress, Bd, and Bsal on local amphibian populations
  • Grace Stutz, Synthesis of Fluorescein and Fluorescein Derivatives
  • Avery WilliamsThe Visual Traditions of Serpents and Dragons in Alchemy

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