Three CFS undergraduate students from the WAE lab are presenting their work at the Eureca conference this week!
Chakhiria Parks’ Poster Title:
“Contact with the criminal justice system, racial discrimination, and mental health”
-Chakhiria Parks, Tanner Kilpatrick, & Elizabeth Johnson
Sonja Lipman’s Poster Title:
“Contact with the criminal justice system, social support and depressive symptoms in women”
-Sonja Lipman, Tanner Kilpatrick, & Elizabeth Johnson
Kevin Treadway’s Poster Title:
“Does hookup partner type matter? Condoms, drunkenness, and emotional reactions”
-Kevin Treadway, Kayley Davis, & Spencer Olmstead
The Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement (EURēCA) is an annual event that showcases research and creative activities by currently enrolled undergraduate students in collaboration with a University of Tennessee, Knoxville or UTIA faculty mentor. Entries can be individual or group projects and are judged by a panel of UT faculty members and industry partners. There is an additional category for projects conducted as part of a classroom assignment, including capstone projects (if capstone projects are not considered research in your department/college). These projects can also be individual or group projects. The Office of Undergraduate Research coordinates this unique competition to encourage, support, and reward undergraduate participation in the campus research enterprise and in the classroom learning of research methodologies. Read more about classroom projects here.
Winning posters will be on display again on 4/20.