Faculty/Student Group Collaborations Kick Off Scholar's Week Tuesday, May 16
Kicking off Scholars Week 2023 are the Faculty/Student Group Collaborations on Tuesday, May 16, in the Wilson Library Reading Room. For a complete schedule of Scholars Week activities, go to https://wp.wwu.edu/scholars/.
The Faculty/Student Group Collaborations presentation category features research, creative work, or other academic projects resulting from collaborative participation between students and their instructors. Each presentation includes an instructor and a student group.
10 – 10:30 a.m.
"Equity for Washington's Air Quality and Climate Commitments"
Troy Abel, Professor of Environmental Policy, Department of Urban and Environmental Planning and Policy
Student Presenters: Allison Hayes, Drew Slaney, Mallory Ekman, Bryce William Groen, Anneka Kristine Herrin, Alexis Marie Light, Sarah Angelina Miller, Erick Alan Moreno, Sarah Safadi, Sienna Mei Taylor, Ashton Brook Timour
11 – 11:30 a.m.
"Developing a conceptual model for Koma Kulshan (Mount Baker) eruptions and magma sources"
Susan DeBari, Professor, and Kristina Walowski, Assistant Professor, Geology Department
Student Presenters: Erin Kaplan, Amanda Florea, Stone Machel
11:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
"Unraveling the magmatic roots beneath Klah Klahnee/Three Sisters volcanoes, Oregon Cascades"
Mai Sas, Geochemistry Research Associate, Geology Department
Student Presenters: Emma Calvert, Sean Halstead, James Peale
12 – 12:30 p.m.
"The RRAS Lab Goes Green: Building a collaborative qualitative research study examining perceptions of consent and cannabis"
Mary Hunt, Assistant Professor, Department of Health and Human Development
Student Presenters: Lily Rayor, Cami Kloes, Katy Lee, Briar Swayne, Kylie Mattson, Tasha Denton, and Kaye Kulp
12:30 – 1 p.m.
"Theatre styles and an actor's approach"
Eva Gil, Assistant Professor, Acting, Theatre Arts
Student Presenters: Victoria Synder, Michael Martin, Katie Cleven
1 – 1:30 p.m.
"Investigating selectivity determinants in chimeric Src SH2 domains"
Jeanine Amacher, Associate Professor of Biochemistry, Chemistry Department
Student Presenters: Kevin Alexander Estrada Alamo, Sarah Smith
2 - 2:30 p.m.
“Developing Plasmonic Nanomaterials-based (Bio) Chemical sensor”
Ying Bao, Associate Professor, Chemistry Department
Student Presenters: Griffin Cooper, Annabella Talbott, Oliver Vause
3 – 3:30 p.m.
"Using Network Graphs to Model and Analyze STEM Course Sequences: Intended and Enacted Course-Taking Sequences"
Jen Nimtz, Assistant Professor, and Kimihiro Noguchi, Professor, Department of Mathematics
Student Presenters: (Intended Course Sequences) Che Ho, Cameron Kaminski, Mary Neuburger
Student Presenter: (Enacted Course Sequences) Jothi Ramesh