Apr 21, 2014

CNU Students Receive Summer Stipends and Grants to Support Research

(Newport News, Va.) - The following students were selected to receive a CNU Honors Program summer research stipend or grant. These $1,000 awards support independent undergraduate research for both Honors and non-Honors students. Those selected were recognized at the annual honors celebration held Sunday, April 6, 2014. Congratulations to all!

2014 Honors Summer Research Stipend Winners

Stephanie Alexander: Juniper Institute for Young Writers, University of Massachusetts

De’Vante Allen: Analysis of Gay Pride Culture in North America

Michael Armstrong: The Effect of Temperature on the Increase in Resolution between Two of the Degradation Products of 17β-Estradiol Using High Performance Liquid Chromatography

Meyrem Baer: Social Indicators of Suicide Terrorism: A Quantitative Analysis of the Years 1981-2011

Armen Beck: Research on the Binding of Human Cystain C to Beta Amyloid

Kurtis Braun: Site-directed Mutagenesis, Cloning, and X-ray Crystallography on the Polysaccharide Deacetylase BA0150 and Mutants

Heather Bridges: Internship with AsiaStories

Cameron Bryant: Quantification of Fishery Resource Productivity of Restored Oyster Reefs Compared to Unrestored Control Sites within Virginia’s Seaside Coastal Bays

Sabrina Callan: Adolescent Grief and Coping Strategies

Lora Cooper: Comparing and Contrasting Historic Interpretation of the Revolutionary War in Virginia: Are the Historic Sites of Virginia Presenting a Consistent Story of the Revolutionary War and the Significance of American Citizenship?

Beth Anne Curran: Psychological Research Regarding Mental Health and Deficiency in the Homeless Population in Norfolk, Virginia

Paige Daniels: Creation of a New Kudzu Control Effort: Kudzu Crafts and Cookbook

Susan Degnan: Interreligious Dialogue: Discovering Truth and Making Connections

Morgan Dickens: Sexual Conflict in Clarkia xantiana

Mai Anh Do: Investigating Behavior of Lysozyme, an Enzyme in Our Immune System that Kills Bacteria Cells, in Water and Heavy Water

Preston Foote: The Effect of Water Level Extremes on Carbon Dioxide Emission in Peat Microcosms from the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge

Clay Huff: Comparison of Aqueous and Non-aqueous Deposition of Nickel, Cobalt, and Alloys of the Two in the Presence and Absence of Magnetic Fields via the Electroplating Method

Honors Summer Research Stipend and Travel Grant Winners

Ben Johnson: ESOL Teaching in the Dominican Republic

Aubrey Kosa: Documentary Storytelling: Chronicles of Riverside PACE Center

Samantha Mangum: Using Genetic Analyses and Population Modeling to Assess the Status, Threats, and Viability of Yreka phlox (Phlox hirsuta)

Emily Mathias: Primate Conservation: Survival or Sustainability?

Benjamin Miller: Advantage and Faults of the American Medical System as Compared with Costa Rican and Latin American Medical Systems

Kyle Monahan: Comparing Environmental Adaptations of North and South American Fauna

Lisa Murphy: Qualitative Analysis of Treatment Approaches in Social Service Agencies Geared Toward Helping Families and Children in Memphis

Catherine Raithel: What Makes an Iconic Logo? An Investigation of Logo Messages, Consumer Preferences, and Past Failures to Find the Key Components

Mark Renner: Assessing the Nature of Cooperative Use of Holy Sites in the Middle East, Focusing on Sites in Israel Shared by Abrahamic Faiths

Timothy Richard: Structure Determination of HDAC Inhibitor Complexes

Melissa Rizor: Analysis of the IP-143 Extraction Method in Relation to Maltene Elemental Composition and Compound Co-Precipitation

Hayley Struzik: Juniper Institute for Young Writers, University of Massachusetts

Abigail Swauger: Mobilization and Retention in Anti-slavery Nonprofits

Alexa Tabackman: Quantifying Activity of Histone-Deacetylase 8 Inhibitors and Crystallization of the HDAC-Depsipeptide Complex

Jenna Wingfield: Creation of a New Kudzu Control Effort: Kudzu Crafts and Cookbook

Hannah Yoder: Faith-Based Social Programs Offered by Churches to Communities in Central Chile

Lynn-Ellin Ziegler: The Effects of Cultural Perspectives on Mental Health and Trauma Recovery: An Analysis of Tribal Life in Peru

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1398106800000Newport News, Va.CNU students were selected to receive CNU Honors Program summer research stipends or grants to support their independent research projects.The following students were selected to receive a CNU Honors Program summer research stipend or grant. These $1,000 awards support independent undergraduate research for both Honors and non-Honors students. Those selected were recognized at the annual honors celebration held Sunday, April 6, 2014. Congratulations to all!

2014 Honors Summer Research Stipend Winners

Stephanie Alexander: Juniper Institute for Young Writers, University of Massachusetts

De’Vante Allen: Analysis of Gay Pride Culture in North America

Michael Armstrong: The Effect of Temperature on the Increase in Resolution between Two of the Degradation Products of 17β-Estradiol Using High Performance Liquid Chromatography

Meyrem Baer: Social Indicators of Suicide Terrorism: A Quantitative Analysis of the Years 1981-2011

Armen Beck: Research on the Binding of Human Cystain C to Beta Amyloid

Kurtis Braun: Site-directed Mutagenesis, Cloning, and X-ray Crystallography on the Polysaccharide Deacetylase BA0150 and Mutants

Heather Bridges: Internship with AsiaStories

Cameron Bryant: Quantification of Fishery Resource Productivity of Restored Oyster Reefs Compared to Unrestored Control Sites within Virginia’s Seaside Coastal Bays

Sabrina Callan: Adolescent Grief and Coping Strategies

Lora Cooper: Comparing and Contrasting Historic Interpretation of the Revolutionary War in Virginia: Are the Historic Sites of Virginia Presenting a Consistent Story of the Revolutionary War and the Significance of American Citizenship?

Beth Anne Curran: Psychological Research Regarding Mental Health and Deficiency in the Homeless Population in Norfolk, Virginia

Paige Daniels: Creation of a New Kudzu Control Effort: Kudzu Crafts and Cookbook

Susan Degnan: Interreligious Dialogue: Discovering Truth and Making Connections

Morgan Dickens: Sexual Conflict in Clarkia xantiana

Mai Anh Do: Investigating Behavior of Lysozyme, an Enzyme in Our Immune System that Kills Bacteria Cells, in Water and Heavy Water

Preston Foote: The Effect of Water Level Extremes on Carbon Dioxide Emission in Peat Microcosms from the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge

Clay Huff: Comparison of Aqueous and Non-aqueous Deposition of Nickel, Cobalt, and Alloys of the Two in the Presence and Absence of Magnetic Fields via the Electroplating Method

Honors Summer Research Stipend and Travel Grant Winners

Ben Johnson: ESOL Teaching in the Dominican Republic

Aubrey Kosa: Documentary Storytelling: Chronicles of Riverside PACE Center

Samantha Mangum: Using Genetic Analyses and Population Modeling to Assess the Status, Threats, and Viability of Yreka phlox (Phlox hirsuta)

Emily Mathias: Primate Conservation: Survival or Sustainability?

Benjamin Miller: Advantage and Faults of the American Medical System as Compared with Costa Rican and Latin American Medical Systems

Kyle Monahan: Comparing Environmental Adaptations of North and South American Fauna

Lisa Murphy: Qualitative Analysis of Treatment Approaches in Social Service Agencies Geared Toward Helping Families and Children in Memphis

Catherine Raithel: What Makes an Iconic Logo? An Investigation of Logo Messages, Consumer Preferences, and Past Failures to Find the Key Components

Mark Renner: Assessing the Nature of Cooperative Use of Holy Sites in the Middle East, Focusing on Sites in Israel Shared by Abrahamic Faiths

Timothy Richard: Structure Determination of HDAC Inhibitor Complexes

Melissa Rizor: Analysis of the IP-143 Extraction Method in Relation to Maltene Elemental Composition and Compound Co-Precipitation

Hayley Struzik: Juniper Institute for Young Writers, University of Massachusetts

Abigail Swauger: Mobilization and Retention in Anti-slavery Nonprofits

Alexa Tabackman: Quantifying Activity of Histone-Deacetylase 8 Inhibitors and Crystallization of the HDAC-Depsipeptide Complex

Jenna Wingfield: Creation of a New Kudzu Control Effort: Kudzu Crafts and Cookbook

Hannah Yoder: Faith-Based Social Programs Offered by Churches to Communities in Central Chile

Lynn-Ellin Ziegler: The Effects of Cultural Perspectives on Mental Health and Trauma Recovery: An Analysis of Tribal Life in Peru

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1398106800000Newport News, Va.CNU students were selected to receive CNU Honors Program summer research stipends or grants to support their independent research projects.The following students were selected to receive a CNU Honors Program summer research stipend or grant. These $1,000 awards support independent undergraduate research for both Honors and non-Honors students. Those selected were recognized at the annual honors celebration held Sunday, April 6, 2014. Congratulations to all!

2014 Honors Summer Research Stipend Winners

Stephanie Alexander: Juniper Institute for Young Writers, University of Massachusetts

De’Vante Allen: Analysis of Gay Pride Culture in North America

Michael Armstrong: The Effect of Temperature on the Increase in Resolution between Two of the Degradation Products of 17β-Estradiol Using High Performance Liquid Chromatography

Meyrem Baer: Social Indicators of Suicide Terrorism: A Quantitative Analysis of the Years 1981-2011

Armen Beck: Research on the Binding of Human Cystain C to Beta Amyloid

Kurtis Braun: Site-directed Mutagenesis, Cloning, and X-ray Crystallography on the Polysaccharide Deacetylase BA0150 and Mutants

Heather Bridges: Internship with AsiaStories

Cameron Bryant: Quantification of Fishery Resource Productivity of Restored Oyster Reefs Compared to Unrestored Control Sites within Virginia’s Seaside Coastal Bays

Sabrina Callan: Adolescent Grief and Coping Strategies

Lora Cooper: Comparing and Contrasting Historic Interpretation of the Revolutionary War in Virginia: Are the Historic Sites of Virginia Presenting a Consistent Story of the Revolutionary War and the Significance of American Citizenship?

Beth Anne Curran: Psychological Research Regarding Mental Health and Deficiency in the Homeless Population in Norfolk, Virginia

Paige Daniels: Creation of a New Kudzu Control Effort: Kudzu Crafts and Cookbook

Susan Degnan: Interreligious Dialogue: Discovering Truth and Making Connections

Morgan Dickens: Sexual Conflict in Clarkia xantiana

Mai Anh Do: Investigating Behavior of Lysozyme, an Enzyme in Our Immune System that Kills Bacteria Cells, in Water and Heavy Water

Preston Foote: The Effect of Water Level Extremes on Carbon Dioxide Emission in Peat Microcosms from the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge

Clay Huff: Comparison of Aqueous and Non-aqueous Deposition of Nickel, Cobalt, and Alloys of the Two in the Presence and Absence of Magnetic Fields via the Electroplating Method

Honors Summer Research Stipend and Travel Grant Winners

Ben Johnson: ESOL Teaching in the Dominican Republic

Aubrey Kosa: Documentary Storytelling: Chronicles of Riverside PACE Center

Samantha Mangum: Using Genetic Analyses and Population Modeling to Assess the Status, Threats, and Viability of Yreka phlox (Phlox hirsuta)

Emily Mathias: Primate Conservation: Survival or Sustainability?

Benjamin Miller: Advantage and Faults of the American Medical System as Compared with Costa Rican and Latin American Medical Systems

Kyle Monahan: Comparing Environmental Adaptations of North and South American Fauna

Lisa Murphy: Qualitative Analysis of Treatment Approaches in Social Service Agencies Geared Toward Helping Families and Children in Memphis

Catherine Raithel: What Makes an Iconic Logo? An Investigation of Logo Messages, Consumer Preferences, and Past Failures to Find the Key Components

Mark Renner: Assessing the Nature of Cooperative Use of Holy Sites in the Middle East, Focusing on Sites in Israel Shared by Abrahamic Faiths

Timothy Richard: Structure Determination of HDAC Inhibitor Complexes

Melissa Rizor: Analysis of the IP-143 Extraction Method in Relation to Maltene Elemental Composition and Compound Co-Precipitation

Hayley Struzik: Juniper Institute for Young Writers, University of Massachusetts

Abigail Swauger: Mobilization and Retention in Anti-slavery Nonprofits

Alexa Tabackman: Quantifying Activity of Histone-Deacetylase 8 Inhibitors and Crystallization of the HDAC-Depsipeptide Complex

Jenna Wingfield: Creation of a New Kudzu Control Effort: Kudzu Crafts and Cookbook

Hannah Yoder: Faith-Based Social Programs Offered by Churches to Communities in Central Chile

Lynn-Ellin Ziegler: The Effects of Cultural Perspectives on Mental Health and Trauma Recovery: An Analysis of Tribal Life in Peru

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