Tuesday, March 31: Exposium Schedule

Exposium

TUESDAY March 31, 2015

9:30 Exhibits on Display – Authors will be onsite to discuss their work:

  • Internationally Fresh
  • Be Kind – Unwind Study Week Stress Relief
  • Fresh Pro-Do’s Market
  • Eat Right on a Budget that’s Tight
  • Sycamores Whistle for Safety
  • Sun Rays of Health”: A Health Education Initiative for College Students on the Importance of Sun Protection during Spring Vacation
  • Campus-Wide Food Drive

10:00 Exhibits on Display – Authors will be onsite to discuss their work:

  • Genetic Variation of a Controlled Population of White-Tailed Deer
  • Make the Call

11:00 Exhibits on Display – Authors will be onsite to discuss their work:

  • Anthropogenic Disturbance and Health Measures in a Common Pond Turtle Species, the Red-Eared Slider (Trachemys Scripta Elegans)

1:00 Exhibits on Display – Authors will be onsite to discuss their work:

  • Locating the Source of Denitrification in a Restored Oyster Reef Community
  • Establishment of Baseline Winter Activity in Midwestern Bats to Determine the Effectiveness of Environmental Variables as Indicators

2:00   Exhibits on Display – Authors will be onsite to discuss their work:

  • Psychological Cues of Yawning: How Reading Affects the Phenomenon
  • Creating Plastic Game Pieces with the use of Vacuum Forming
  • Assessing Bats’ use of Swimming Pools as an Alternative Water Source in the United States

Monday, March 30: Exposium Schedule

Exposium

MONDAY March 30, 2015 – LIBRARY EVENTS AREA

10:00 Exhibits on Display – Authors will be onsite to discuss their work:

  • Study of POMC Gene Sequence in the White-Throated Sparrow (Zonotrichia Albicollis)
  • Chemical Cues of High-Risk but not Low-Risk Predators Elicit Anti-Predator Behavior and Stress Hormone Responses in Sceloporus Undulatus Lizards
  • CHILL- Colleagues Helping Implement Lifelong Learning

11:00 Exhibits on Display – Authors will be onsite to discuss their work:

  • Pilot Study: Employers’ Rating of Workplace Readiness for Recently Certified Athletic Trainers

12:00 Exhibits on Display – Authors will be onsite to discuss their work:

  • Health Care Knowledge and Behavior Regarding Spine-Boarding
  • Continuing Education Outcomes in the Medical and Health Profession: A Meta-Analysis
  • The Reliability of Methods to Measure Range of Motion and Muscle Strength
  • Effect of Reduced Gravitational Load Running on Lower Limb Kinematics
  • Effect of High Frequency and Low Frequency TENS on Pain Threshold and Pain Tolerance in Patients with Knee Osteoarthritis
  • Research Assistants Gathered Data to Understand Why Females are under Represented as Economic Majors
  • Role of Deep Oscillation Therapy in the Treatment of Acute Lateral Ankle Sprains

1:00 Exhibits on Display – Authors will be onsite to discuss their work:

  • Alexandra Abbatiello’s Art
  • From Ecology to Geochemistry to DNA: New Information about Cibicidoides Wuellerstorfi
  • Knowledge of Athletic Trainers Regarding Airway Adjuncts
  • Muscle Activation of Primary Scapular Movers during Clinical Assessments of Scapular Dyskinesis

2:00 Exhibits on Display – Authors will be onsite to discuss their work:

  • Genetic Variation of a Controlled Population of White-Tailed Deer
  • Roost-Scale Characteristics of Endangered Virginia Big-Eared Bat Roosts in North Carolina and Tennessee Epifaunal Taxa in an Infaunal World
  • Certified Athletic Trainer’s Knowledge of Posterolateral Corner Injuries

March 30-April 3: Exposium: ISU’s Week-long celebration of student research and creativity

The Exposium is a program that celebrates the outstanding academic work of Indiana State University undergraduate and graduate students. Research and/or creative projects may be based on a class project, major paper, collaborative research with a faculty member, community engagement activities, or any efforts that highlights the research and creativity associated with the ISU student experience.

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Exposium is in the public events space of the Cunningham Memorial Library. On Wednesday, the focus is on the creative and performing arts and will take place in the Landini Center.

For more information please contact Jenifer Pollom

Exposium Schedule – see additional blog posts – one for each day or visit the website

ALL UNDERGRADUATES WHO PARTICIPATE IN EXPOSIUM WILL HAVE THEIR PARTICIPATION RECORDED ON THE UNDERGRADUATE CO-CURRICULAR TRANSCRIPT

Oct. 22 : Fall Exposium – highlighting

10/22/2014  – Fall Exposium – (10:00 am – 3:00 pm) in the Library Events Area

There will be the research and creative projects conducted by Sycamores during the 10 week “research and creative experiences for undergraduates.” This is the first time CSRC has attempted an Exposium in the Fall.

Posters and exhibits from students doing Art, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Political Science, Sustainability, and Software Design will be displayed.

 

Exposium Set for 1st Week in April

Exposium, the annual celebration of student research and creativity, is the first Week of April!

Exposium - Center for Student Research and Creativity
Exposium – Center for Student Research and Creativity

Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Exposium will be held in the Cunningham Memorial Library Events Area, where students display posters of their research projects and examples of creative projects they have accomplished. Exhibits are up each day and authors will be present at various times to answer any questions.

For a detailed schedule see http://researchexpress.indstate.edu/symposium.htm

 

On Wednesday, April 3, Exposium will move to the Landini Center for Creative and Performimg Arts for a day of performances.

 

For a full schedule of events please visit http://researchexpress.indstate.edu/symposium.htm, or call Jenifer Pollom at ext. 2520 with any questions.