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4/18/2019 5:57:00 PM
Lander University Announces Winners of Student Academic Symposium
Junior chemistry major Bryanna Bradshaw, of Hartsville, explains her research findings during her poster presentation, “The River of Grass Contaminated by Phosphorus and Mercury,” as part of the Chemistry and Environmental Science session of Lander University’s Student Academic Symposium. Photo by Laura Brown.
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Junior chemistry major Bryanna Bradshaw, of Hartsville, explains her research findings during her poster presentation, “The River of Grass Contaminated by Phosphorus and Mercury,” as part of the Chemistry and Environmental Science session of Lander University’s Student Academic Symposium. Photo by Laura Brown.


Lander University recently wrapped up its 2019 Student Academic Symposium, featuring research presentations from Lander’s undergraduate students coming from a broad array of academic disciplines. Over 70 students participated in this year’s symposium.

Hosted by Lander University’s Honors College, the symposium gives student researchers the opportunity to showcase original research projects in a professional setting, while also practicing communication and presentation skills. Student presentations covered a wide variety of topics, ranging from language to music and from marketing to videography.


Winners of the 2019 Student Academic Symposium:

  • Fergus O’Rourke, of Dublin, Ireland, for his presentation, “Different Ball Game: The Changed and Changing Face of the Print Media.”

  • Hongyun Ding, of Shanghai, China, for her presentation, “A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Motivation in Second Language Learning.”

  • Haley Histon, of Greenville, for her presentation, “Overcoming Mental Health Stigmas in Future Business Professionals.”

  • Jesse Monroe Wheeler, of North Augusta, for his presentation, “Developmental Sequences and Injury among Youth Athletes.”

  • Mekensie Therrien, of Gray Court, for her presentation, “Stigmas that Prevent Seeking Care.”

  • Grace Flanders, of North Augusta, for her presentation, “Synthesizing Efficacy and Knowledge Gap of Equine Therapy and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder for War Combat Veterans.”

  • Troy Pinkney, of Inman, for his presentation, “A Qualitative Exploration of Masculinity from the Perspective of College Age Males.”

  • Chloe Compton, of Greenwood, for her presentation, “An Analysis of Anne Truitt.”

  • Kathryn Warnken, of North Augusta, and Charnae Wilson, of Lexington, for their presentation, “Cantor Sets.”

  • Libby Bergmann, of Beaufort, and Andrew Savage, of Greenwood, for their presentation, “Green for Grub? Is Lander’s Cafeteria Sustainable?”

  • Ravon N. House, of Waterloo, and Hunter A. Merrill, of Beaufort, for their presentations, “Seasonal Patterns in Herbivore and Omnivore Abundance and Diversity,” and “Changes in Temporal Distributions of Common Wildlife Taxa in Response to Low-level Human Disturbance.”

  • Blake Edens, of Easley, Waylon Ergle, of Columbia, and Mattia Galanti, of Roteglia, Italy, for their presentation, “Home Hustler.”

  • Dr. Chaz Schlindwien Research Award: Quinton Amick, of Clinton, and Lee Phillips, of Greenwood, for their presentation, “Predicting College Students Next Year: A Machine Learning Approach.”







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