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Citadel News Service
25 Mar 2016

The Citadel Student Research Conference 2016 results


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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