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Morningside College announces student research awards

April 16, 2018, in Latest News

Morningside College has announced the names of students who received first-place awards for research projects presented during the 15th annual Palmer Student Research Symposium held recently on the Morningside campus.

During the daylong symposium, undergraduate and graduate students shared research through oral presentations, poster presentations or panel discussions.  Students conducted the research as part of a class project or independent research with faculty supervision.

Oral presentations:

Shantel Askelson, Sioux City, “Implementing Video Translation in Hospitals”; Summer Beery, Athon, Iowa, “Teaching with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: Perceptions of Iowa Agricultural Education Teachers”; Madi Braun, Bellevue, Neb., “Implementing Video Translation in Hospitals”; Kathryn Brown, Sioux City, “Positive Effects of Family Presence During Resuscitation”; Adam Carlson, Baldwin, Kan., “What is Civic Engagement?”; Zachary Diehl, Rapid City, S.D., “Trend Analysis of Obesity and Portion Sizes”; Katherine Grote, Omaha, Neb., “Implementing Video Translation in Hospitals”; Mason Hahne, Hartington, Neb., “Nike's Marketing Success: The Secrets Behind the Swoosh”; Ally Hecht, Leavenworth, Kan. “Title IX”; Kim Hokinson, Barnum, Iowa, “Positive Effects of Family Presence During Resuscitation”; Amy Jackson, Cape Coral, Fla., “Millennial Sociolinguistics: My Observations”; Shae Kierscht, Omaha, Neb., “Positive Effects of Family Presence During Resuscitation”; Selena Leon, Denison, Iowa, “The Expression of Prejudice in Public and Private”; Shannon Miller, Hinton, Iowa, “Positive Effects of Family Presence During Resuscitation”; Daphney Miller, Sioux Falls, S.D., “Patterns in Interpretation: Religious Background and its Impact on Constitutional Flexibility”; Aaron Montanez, Santa Ana, Calif., “Alcohol Advertising and Youth”; Yuki Mori, Japan, “The Expression of Prejudice in Public and Private”; Amanda Parr, Onawa, Iowa, “Family Functioning of Children with Learning Disabilities”; Ashton Schweers, Wayne, Neb., “The Effects of Glacial Acetic Acid on Cell Visibility in Papanicolaou Tests”; Ryan Stoll, Granville, Iowa, “Soil Management Recommendations”; Teresa Sutton, Sioux City, “The Expression of Prejudice in Public and Private”; Ryan Swanson, Hedrick, Iowa, “GoPro: Capturing the World One Frame at a Time”; Jacob Waln, Martin, S.D., “The Expression of Prejudice in Public and Private.”

Poster presentations:

Logan Anderson, Firestone, Colo., “Survey of Butterflies on Prairies in the Loess Hills of Western Iowa”; Beth Boell, Carroll, Iowa, “The Study of Attrition in a Community Mental Health Setting”; Heidi Braunschweig, Dakota Dunes, S.D., “Long-Term Use of Proton Pump Inhibitors in Adults 55 and Older”; Alejandra Castillo, Storm Lake, Iowa, “The Mister and Miss - Information Effect: The Effects of Misinformation by a Male or Female”; Jori Ellenbecker, Beaver Creek, Minn., “Psychological and Physiological Effects on the Human Mind and Body”; Amy Feddersen, Lawton, Iowa, “Horizontal/Lateral Violence in Nursing: The Relationship to New Nurse Retention”; Brittany Gill, Lincoln, Neb., “Glacial and Riverine Wetland Microbial Community Responses to Heavy Metals”; Alexandra Gillette, Sioux City, “Can a Swimming Pool be a Medical Expense?”; Taylor Hixson, Sioux Falls, S.D., “Glacial and Riverine Wetland Microbial Community Responses to Heavy Metals”; Marla Irish, Omaha, Neb., “Surgical Case Cancellations”; Reece Jackson, Marcus, Iowa, “The Mister and Miss - Information Effect: The Effects of Misinformation by a Male or Female”; Joy Larsen, Bettendorf, Iowa, “An Analysis of Student Nurse Practitioners’ Accuracy Applying CPT E/M Codes”; Nancy Medel, Newell, Iowa, “Influence of Power on Implicit Biases”; Matthew Nieland, Auburn, Iowa, “Glacial and Riverine Wetland Microbial Community Responses to Heavy Metals”; Miyu Okada, Japan, “Glacial and Riverine Wetland Microbial Community Responses to Heavy Metals”; Josh Reed, Arlee, Mont., “Nonlethal Long-Term Effects of Styrofoam Consumption on Beetle Larvae”; Juan Sanchez Vallejo, Colombia, “The Mister and Miss - Information Effect: The Effects of Misinformation by a Male or Female”; Erica Sherman, Red Oak, Iowa, “Early Interventions in Schools to Prevent Social Anxiety”; Reed Smith, Carroll, Iowa, “Nonlethal Long-Term Effects of Styrofoam Consumption on Beetle Larvae”; Josh Sorenson, McKinney, Texas, “Patient's Perception of Provider's Dietary Counseling at the Time of Hashimoto's Diagnosis”; Teresa Sutton, Sioux City, “The Mister and Miss - Information Effect: The Effects of Misinformation by a Male or Female”; Michelle Weber, Eagan, Minn., “A Retrospective Analysis of Hand Hygiene Compliance.”

The symposium is supported by an endowed gift from the Palmer family in honor of Edward C. and William E. Palmer.

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