CSC Day Spotlight

New for CSC Day 2018, the Undergraduate Research Program will be highlighting the research and creative work of 10-15 exceptional students as part of our CSC Day Spotlight! To be considered for the spotlight, students must be nominated by a faculty advisor, be registered to present their work at CSC Day, and submit a short reflection on their research experience.

Announcing the 2017-2018 CSC Day Spotlight Recipients
Read about their research experiences at CSB/SJU!

Zoe Boehmer
Investigating dietary habits and health risk factors of vegetarian and omnivorous college-aged students

Madeline Bremel
Efficacy of technology based and in-person health education in college women
Practical Methods of Health Behavior Change: a Discussion of Two Interventional Studies

Matthew Burgstahler
Effects of Guided Mindfulness Meditation on Perceived and Biomarker Stress in a Pre-Healthcare College Student Population

Allison Cwikla
Theoretical Analysis of the Impact of Emotion on Reading Comprehension

Olayemi Fadahunsi
FACES of COP 21

Natalie Frier
Theoretical Analysis of the Impact of Emotion on Reading Comprehension

Kaitlin Geisenhof
Can E.Coli Adapt to Changes in Carbon Source While Growing in Minimal Media?

Miranda Kremers
Differences in Anxiety and Mental Health Resource Knowledge and Use on Campus

Audrey Kristufek
Hydration Status, Performance, and Knowledge of CSB/SJU Musicians

Katie Langer
Proposed Influences of Emotion on Resonance within the RI-Val Model of Reading Comprehension

Sabrina Urick
The Influence of Emotion on Top-Down Models of Comprehension