Lewis College of Human Sciences Hosts Second Annual Undergraduate Research Day

Lewis College of Human Sciences hosted its second annual Undergraduate Research Day on April 28. Twenty-six individual and group posters were presented on original research, creative projects, or internships in humanities, psychology, and social sciences.

This year’s event was sponsored by Psi Chi and organized by Nikki Legate, assistant professor of psychology, Carly Kocurek, assistant professor of digital humanities and media studies, and Matt Shapiro, associate professor of political science.

Congratulations to the winners of the poster competition:

1st Place

“The effect of culture on self-construal: A replication”

1st Place Poster Winners

Timothy Tully (center), Dennis Tran (not pictured), and Natalie Herrmann (left)
Faculty mentor: Nikki Legate

2nd Place

“When people exclude in-person versus online”

2nd place poster winner

Alice Amell
Faculty mentor: Nikki Legate

3rd Place

“The past, present and future of East Asian political economy”

3rd place poster winner

Chuqiao Xie
Faculty mentor: Matt Shapiro

View more photos on the Lewis College of Human Sciences Facebook page. Thank you to everyone participated as a presenter, judge, or attendee.