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Citadel News Service
25 Mar 2016

The Citadel Student Research Conference 2016 results

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The Citadel Student Research Conference was held on March 18 with over 70 student groups competing in four different areas including undergraduate science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) research; undergraduate humanities research; undergraduate design; graduate research. Nearly 20 Citadel faculty and staff members served as judges for the event held in Daniel Library.

The results from this year's conference are:

Undergraduate STEM

1st place - Daniel Larimore and Johnathan Overcash for “Effects of Coastal Development on Estuary Health in Edisto Beach, South Carolina”

2nd place - Eric Benfield, Barrett Bradham, Ivan Dingle, Zachary Ford, Charles Fyfe II, and Fernando Gonzalez for “A Long-Term Study of Cortisol as a Biomarker for Chronic and Acute Stressors”

3rd place - Tie between Alex Overeem and Joseph Page for “Roundabouts as a Form of Access Management,” and Ben McIntosh, Newton McCollum and Andrew Fayed for “Using TWIG: India’s Past Versus Present through Topical Analysis”

Undergraduate Humanities

1st place - Garreth Floyd for “The Effects of Community Engagement on College Student’s Well-Being”

2nd place - Madison Mayleben for “Femininity Enhances Male’s Interactions with Opposite Sex”

3rd place - Donavan Knight for “Concepts of Heroism in a Sample African-American Adolescent Population”

Undergraduate Design

1st place - Michael Chen, Clifford McNeill, Evan Maes and Brent Kiefer for “Non-Verbal, Non-Visual Wearable Communication”

2nd place - Chris Martin, Richard Graf, Zack Smith, Candy Colinco and Matthew Claeys for “Pablo the Intelligent Ground Vehicle”

Graduate Research

1st place - Celia Miller for “Reliability and Validity of Self-Report Measures of Anxiety and Depression”

2nd place - John Adams for “Fibonacci and Lucas Numbers: Applications of Binet’s Formula”

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