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In April, 20 Lafayette students presented research at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) at Kennesaw State University in Georgia. NCUR is a competitive program: Students are selected if their research demonstrates a unique contribution to their field of study. The experience enables students to present to peers and faculty from institutions across the nation; the environment promotes academic enrichment and professional development.

We invited a few students and their faculty advisors to share details about their research. Scroll down further for a complete list of all the research projects.

Matthew Adusei ’19 Detection of Retinal in the Caudal Photoreceptor (CPR) of Crayfish Using Ultra-Performance Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (UPLC-MS) (Read more about Adusei’s research.)

Kelsea Chang ’19 The Identification of Genetic Associations of Young Onset Strokes (Read more about Chang’s research.)

Jacquelyn Cobb ’19 Predicting Patient Response to Immunotherapy by Kidney Cancer Stage Using the Tumor Microenvironment (Read more about Cobb.)

Ayleen Correa ’19 Post-Trauma Memory Reconciliation After the Trujillato (Read more about Correa.)

Jenna Ellis ’19 Contingent Valuation of Riparian Buffers

Michelle Foley ’19 Developing a Sustainable Food Pantry at Cheston Elementary School

Nicole Harry ’19 Soviet Diplomacy and Radio-Free Europe

Elaine Huang ’19 Circular RNAs Associated with Neuronal Network Formation Exhibit Differential Expression in Penumbra

Elene Jalagonia ’19 The European Union’s Regional Policy: A Demand-Side Perspective

Taylor Kowgios ’19 The Tradition of Human Pain in Art: Rogier van der Weyden’s Descent from the Cross

Morgan Levy ’19 Having It All: Factors Influencing Work and Family Planning in Emerging Adult Women

Megan Mauriello ’19 Learning and Intelligence of Slime Mold and Humanity (Read more about Mauriello.)

Adriana Pero ’19 Effects of Early-Life Stress on MCC and Dopamine Receptor Expression (Read more about Pero’s research.)

Jean Donovan Rasamoelison ’19 The Effects of Formal Credit Access on Household Welfare Outcomes and Risk Coping Strategies: Evidence from Madagascar

Tomoki Sasaki ’19 The Creation of the Black Baptist Sacred Cosmos: Finding Hermeneutical Space in Religious Conversion Experience

Leslie Seitz ’19 Creating an Annotated Anthology of Adelia Penelope English’s Diary (Read more about Seitz’s research.)

Idil Tanrisever ’19 Urban Renewal Projects and Urban Inequality in Istanbul, Turkey (Read more about Tanrisever’s research.)

Mila Temnyalova ’19 Representation of the Holocaust (Read more about Temnyalova.)

Jasmin Vargas ’19 Racial Differences in Lung Tumor Immune Cell Abundance Can Predict Chemotherapy Drug Response

Chenyu Zhang ’19 Distinct Innate Immune Responses to Different Murine Mammary Carcinomas Are Evident Within the First 72 Hours of Tumor Injection

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