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Students to present findings from 2020 Summer Research

Sabrina Johnson ' and education professor Cheryl Lindeman paint bricks to kick off the Summer Research Program last month. Each student and faculty member was sent a brick to paint as part of the program's 2020 theme, Beyond the Red Brick Wall.

Sabrina Johnson ’21 and education professor Cheryl Lindeman paint bricks to kick off the Summer Research Program last month. Each student and faculty member was sent a brick to paint as part of the program’s 2020 theme, Beyond the Red Brick Wall.

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.



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