MGRS Presentation Winners

2017 Winners

Oral Presentation Winners

  • First Place: Thomas Singleton, University of Toledo, ‘Understanding the Lived Experiences of ‘Out’ African American Gay Students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities’
  • Second Place: Mousa Mohammadian, University of Notre Dame,  ‘A Forgotten Insight: Revisiting Peircean Abduction’
  • Third Place: Jorge Piaia Mendonca Jr., University of Toledo, ‘Discovering Animals’ Minds: Are Ethics and Epistemology Separated?’

Poster Presentation Winners

  • First Place: Kaili Hardamon, Wayne State, ‘Teachers Reflections on their Beliefs and Question Asking Practices During Math Instructions’
  • Second Place:Bahareh Ertezaei, University of Toledo, ‘Real-Time Field Sensor Data to Estimate Tree Filter Performance’
  • Third Place:Praveen Manivannan, University of Toledo,  ‘Role of Stress Granules in RNase L Mediated Antiviral Innate Immunity’

Association for Women In Science (AWIS)

  • Oral: Haneen Amawi, University of Toledo, ‘Inhibiting Metastatic Colorectal Cancer Proliferation by Targeting the Apoptotic / Epithelial-Mesenchymal (EMT) Pathways with Novel Silybin Derivatives’
  • Poster: Laila Alhadad, Cleveland State University, ‘Targeting Ovarian Cancer Using Cholesterol Conjugated HSP27 Inhibitor Encapsulated into Nano Low Density Lipoprotein Particle’

Sigma Xi Award

  • Ankita Saxena, Wright State University, ‘Analyzing Depressive Symptom Behavior Across United States’

Lake Erie Center

  • Bahareh Ertezaei, University of Toledo, ‘Real-Time Field Sensor Data to Estimate Tree Filter Performance’

Stranahan Arboretum

  • Rumman Hossain, Kent State University, ‘Characterization of Bacterial Colonization in Microplastics in Freshwater’

Kappa Delta Pi

  • Oral: Jaclynn Sullivan, University of Toledo, ‘Are We Really Teaching Online?’
  • Poster: Kaili Hardamon, Wayne State, ‘Teachers Reflections on their Beliefs and Question Asking Practices During Math Instructions’

Natural Science and Mathematics Award

  • Oral: Jessica Susser, University of Toledo, ‘Can We Reduce Phosphorous Runoff into Lake Erie by Stimulating Soil Microbes and Arthropods?’
  • Poster: Ashtyn  Zinn, University of Toledo, ‘The Regulation of Adhesion Dynamics and Contractility by Rho6’
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