The 2nd Annual Undergraduate Research Conference (UGRC), a celebration of experiential learning at Missouri S&T, was held April 12, 2006, at Havener Center. Undergraduate students received awards for oral and poster presentations in four Research Categories: Engineering, Humanities/Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, and Research Proposals.

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2006
Wednesday, April 12th

2nd Annual Undergraduate Research Conference Winners

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Missouri University of Science and Technology

Skeletal Morphology of Blanchard’s Cricket Frog, Acris crepitans blanchardi

Jessica Mueller

9:00 AM

Collective Robotic Search with Obstacle Avoidance Using Swarm Intelligence

Lisa Smith

9:00 AM

Development of Portable Biosensor for Quantitative analysis of Tumor-Liberated Proteins in Human Serum

Chrstopher Campbell

9:00 AM

Effects of Microgravity on Bone Tissue Scaffolds for In Vitro Tissue Growth

Darla L. Ellis

9:00 AM

Improving Molds for Rapid Freeze Prototyping

Brandon Adams

9:00 AM

Improving Molds for Rapid Freeze Prototyping

Daniel Gill

9:00 AM

Synthesizing a Property-Specific Polymer as the Crux of a Pond Liner Repair Method

Lucas McIntosh

9:00 AM

9:30 AM

The effects of task difficulty and distractor congruency on visual attention

Philip A. Norfolk

9:30 AM

10:00 AM

Change Detection for Implanted IED Region of Interest Identification

Thomas James Woodard

10:00 AM

The Millerite Movement: A Sign of the Times

Mary Peaslee

10:00 AM

10:30 AM

A Neural Network Based Approach to Elephant Migration Prediction in a South African Game Reserve

Parviz Palangpour

10:30 AM

Quantum Dot Photolithography

Lane A. Martin

10:30 AM

11:00 AM

No Laughing Matter: The Usefulness of Editorial Cartoons and Caricatures in the University Classroom

Nicholas Villanueva Jr.

11:00 AM

1:00 PM

A Comparison of Sieve Analysis Techniques in the St. Peter Sandstone

Clinton Roberts

1:00 PM

A Comparison of Sieve Analysis Techniques in the St. Peter Sandstone

Bryce H. Wagner III

1:00 PM

Comparison of Traditional and Molecular Techniques for Describing Fungi in Streams

Cory Cheatham

1:00 PM

Directly vitrifiable nanosize hydroxyapatite for removal of hazardous substances from aqueous wastes

Stephanie Fesenmeyer

1:00 PM

Directly vitrifiable nanosize hydroxyapatite for removal of hazardous substances from aqueous wastes

Leia Ponder

1:00 PM

Directly vitrifiable nanosize hydroxyapatite for removal of hazardous substances from aqueous wastes

Alicia Canelos

1:00 PM

Microfinance and the Impact on Mexico

Young Suk Cho

1:00 PM

More than just intelligence: The role personality plays in student success

Emiliy Gill

1:00 PM

Parental rejection as a pathway to depression: Why fathers are important to the understanding of drinking behaviors

Natalie Shanklin

1:00 PM

Robotic Prosthetic Arm

Robert Duke Adams

1:00 PM

The FACTS System Security Policy

Michelle Swenty

1:00 PM

The friends of Barbados; an analysis of Quakers living on the island of Barbados in the late 17th Century

James Ney McDonald

1:00 PM

The Growth of MC3T3-E1 Pre-Osteoblasts on Borate Containing Glasses

Agatja Agatha Dwilewicz

1:00 PM