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Undergrads present at USF’s Research and Arts Colloquium

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Twenty-four College of Public Health students are invited to share their practice, their passion at USF’s Undergraduate Research and Arts Colloquium. The event is on April 17 from noon-5:30pm in the Marshall Student Center.

This year’s Colloquium features 216 presentations from 290 students.  “Overall, this is a 35% increase in participation from 2012,” said Richard S. Pollenz, PhD, professor and director of USF’s Office For Undergraduate Research.

According to Dr. Pollenz, many of the student presenters collaborated with public health faculty via the CREATTE Scholars Program.  This initiative provides faculty funding to support and enhance undergraduate research activities in structured courses.

COPH Undergraduate presentations:

NAME MENTOR TITLE
Jennifer Delio Cynthia Patterson The Influence of Science Fiction in the Dime Novel
Ilma Asif Mark Hafen Bacteria Prevelance in our Water Samples
Dena Garcia Mark Hafen Total Nitrogen in Florida Water Sources
Milora Morley Meredeth Rowe Missing Incidents in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Antecedents, Descriptions, and Consequences
Amelia Phillips Kay Perrin Compare Public Health in 1922 to 2012: Conducting qualitative research using an actual 1922 diary.
Melina Santos Alison Oberne Is USF a Healthy Campus?
Sophie Cene Rene Salazar Desired qualifications for landing an environmental/occupational health job in Florida
Nardo Munoz Rene Salazar Desired qualifications for landing an environmental/occupational health job in Florida
 Lauren DuComb Rene Salazar Hearing loss caused by personal listening devices in the workplace: Where does it really occur?
William Velasquez Rene Salazar Hearing loss caused by personal listening devices in the workplace: Where does it really occur?
Sarah Michaels Kay Perrin Compare Public Health in 1922 to 2012: Conducting qualitative research using an actual 1922 diary.
Chantell Robinson Kay Perrin Compare Public Health in 1922 to 2012: Conducting qualitative research using an actual 1922 diary.
Thanisha Benoit Kay Perrin Compare Public Health in 1922 to 2012: Conducting qualitative research using an actual 1922 diary.
Maryouri Avendano Alison Oberne Is USF a Healthy Campus?
Victoria Bryant Alison Oberne Is USF a Healthy Campus?
Gladys Munoz Alison Oberne Is USF a Healthy Campus?
 Ashlee Demiduk Alison Oberne Is USF a Healthy Campus?
Amber Boose Alison Oberne Is USF a Healthy Campus?
Allyson Sison Alison Oberne Is USF a Healthy Campus?
Kim Cure Alison Oberne Is USF a Healthy Campus?
 Leah Kingbury Alison Oberne Is USF a Healthy Campus?
Tamara Prevatt Alison Oberne Is USF a Healthy Campus?
 Noemi Rodriguez Alison Oberne Is USF a Healthy Campus?
Aryan Beharry Rene Salazar Desired qualifications for landing an environmental/occupational health job in Florida

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