Randolph students participating in the 2020 Summer Research Program will be presenting their findings virtually this week.
The presentations run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and can be accessed by registering at https://www.randolphcollege.edu/association/events/2020/07-10-2020-summer-research-program-final-student-presentations.
Here’s a glance at this year’s projects, and the order in which students will present:
Kyle May ’21 and education professor Crystal Howell: Resources, Riches, and Rural America: A Visual Study of School Buildings and Their Surroundings in Communities Dominated by Extractive Industries
Sabrina Johnson ’21 and education professor Cheryl Lindeman: Deeper Learning: How Do Elementary Mathematics and Science Teachers Acquire Strategies and Content Knowledge to Promote Student Success?
Alissa Garcia-Cruz ’22 and sociology professor Danielle Currier: Discussions of Family Violence in Latinx Families
Jdody Misidor ’21, Renee Sarpong ’21, and biology professor Kristy Bliss: Understanding the Effects of Elevated Carbon Dioxide and Temperature on Major Agricultural Crops: Solanum tuberosum (potatoes) and Solanum lycopersicum (tomatoes)
Zoe Waring ’22 and physics and engineering professor Peter Sheldon: SciFest Curriculum Guide
Bryce Russell ’22, Nadia Tibbs ’22, and environmental studies and physics professor Sarah Sojka:
Examining the Impact of Seagrass Restoration on Ecosystem Carbon Storage
Dagim Desta ’22, Jacob Katz ’23, Jackson Powell ’21, Nicholas Vazquez ’23, and physics professor Katrin Schenk: An Investigation of the Efficacy of Current Machine Learning Techniques for the Analysis of Mouse Ultrasonic Vocalizations
Taylor Nicole Heddings ’21, Hannah Edwards ’22, and psychology professor Elizabeth Gross: Actions and Perceptions in the World
Joshua Bulavko ’22 and history professor Gerry Sherayko: Historic Preservation of Rivermont Avenue and Beyond
Learn more about Randolph’s Summer Research program at www.randolphcollege.edu/research.