Celebrating Students’ Research, Presentations and Writing

CWRU students had the opportunity to show off their research at two events this winter, Intersections: SOURCE Poster Sessions, and the Celebration of Student Writing and Research. We are proud to announce the winners who represented the college!








Intersections: SOURCE Poster Award Winners
Award Criteria:
Poster Evaluation

[ 1st ] Merit Glover, CAS ’18 | Dramatizing America’s National Parks
Faculty Mentor: David Vegh, Department of Theater

[ 1st ] (tie) Nicholas Barendregt, CAS ’18 | Heteroclinic Cycling in Discrete Population Models
Faculty Mentor: Peter Thomas, Department of Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Statistics

[ 1st ] (tie) Ellen Kendall, CAS ’19 | Mechanistic Insight into Liposarcoma Progression
Faculty Mentor: Sarah Bagby, Department of Biology

[ 1st ] Dalton Hennes, CAS ’19 | A Study of Rehumanization as a Response to Dehumanization
Faculty Mentor: Anthony Jack, Department of Philosophy

[ 2nd ] Rachel Weisbecker, CAS ’18  | Early Family and Academic Risk Factors for Suicidal Ideation vs. Attempts in Late Adolescence
Faculty Mentor: Arin Connell, Department of Psychological Sciences

The spring Intersections: SOURCE Poster Session and Oral Presentation will be held Friday, April 20, 2018, in conjunction with Research ShowCASE in Veale Convocation Center.

Students listen to an instructor during a class in the CWRU Department of English

Two students take notes in Professor Sarah Gridley's English class








Celebration of Student Writing and Research
is an event co-sponsored by The Center for Writing and SAGES.

Best Class Presentation Award
[ 2nd ] FSSY 183: E-Lit: Digital Spaces and New Media
Harrison Bloom, Abby Bukovinszky, Colin Crago, Ashlyn Cummins, Leah Fox,
Clayton Goertemiller, Britta Harbury, Maximilian Hewit, Kalan Hurdle, Penelope Jankoski,
Zubair Mukhl, Freddie Sanabria, Akil Sirguroh, Ashlen Trapalis, Skyler Wadas, Iris Wilcox,
Poorva Zope
Kristine Kelly, Department of English

[ 3rd ] FSSO 176: Savor: The Ethics and Politics of Eating
Kelly Emerson, Alex Fang, Andrew Ford, Karina Guevara, Gabrielle Horowitz,
Sharmila Iyer, Kaylyn Johnson, Niko Kamlet, Karthik Karta, Vivian Lo, Kayla Miller, Brian Schnell,
Bethany Snyder, David Suh, Fabiola Torres, Sean Twomey, Peter Wilson, Reece Eldridge
Narcisz Fejes, Department of English

Best Individual Research Presentation Award
Hudson Hu
FSCC 100: International Student Wellness
Mary Assad, Department of English

Honorable Mention: Natalie Bick
USNA 287P: Women and Science
Barbara Burgess-Van Aken, Department of English

The winners of the Celebrating Student Writing and Research Awards will be recognized at the Writing Program Awards Reception in April.