Student Art and Research Poster Event

April 28, 2021 | Virtual

Students from all departments will be presenting virtual posters with voiceovers describing art and research they completed with faculty mentors.

This year's poster session will be held virtually on the SOAR Instagram account @saintanselmsoar.

Posters will be uploaded according to the schedule below.  All posters will be available permanently on the Instagram account and may be viewed at any time following the day/time listed.
 

Wednesday, April 28

9 - 10 a.m.     Chemistry/Biology

1 - 2 p.m.       Psychology

 

Thursday, April 29

9 - 10 a.m.      Physics/Computer Science/Math

1 - 2 p.m.       All other departments

 

SOAR Student Research Posters 2021

Note: Posters with co-authors from more than one department are cross-listed in all corresponding department sections

 

Biology

Julia Apitz (Biochemistry ’22) and Jennifer Pace, PhD (Chemistry): FA-NA Hybrids as Inhibitors of the Hippo Pathway

 

Maikah Bulpitt (Natural Science ’21) and Eric Berry, PhD (Biology): Assess the Effectiveness of Cold-Moist Stratification on Seed Germination Rates for the Yellow Fringed Orchid Platanthera ciliaris

 

Madison Columbus (Biology ’21) and Elizabeth Greguske, PhD (Biology): The Collection, Characterization, and Sequencing of Eight Soil Samples

 

Hanna Cameron (Biology ’21), Mitchel Young (Biology ‘23) and Brian Penney, PhD (Biology): Searching for Phylogenetic Characters in Dori Nudibranch Mantles Spicule Network Pattern

 

Seamus Carroll (Biology ’21) and Elizabeth Greguske, PhD (Biology):   Classification of Microorganisms Growing in Ionizer-Equipped HVAC System of Goulet Science Center (HONORS)

 

Evdokia Castonguay (Natural Science ’21) and William Ryerson, PhD (Biology): Growth Rates of Hatchling Blanding’s Turtles in a Captive Headstarting Program

 

Thomas DeLillo (Biology ’21), David Guerra, PhD (Physics), Adam Albina, PhD (Computer Science), and Jay Pitocchelli, PhD (Biology): A Statistical Inquiry Allying Frequency-Based Bird Song Characteristics with Satellite Imagery from Landsat 8 through Generalized Linear Regression and the Random Forest Machine-Learning Algorithm

 

Abigail Donnellan (Nursing ’21) and William Ryerson, PhD (Biology): Heart Rate and Pulse Oximetry Monitors: Application and Accuracy

 

Cameron Flanagan (Biology ’21) and Eric Berry, PhD (Biology): Media Effects on Seed Viability and Stage Two Growth of Yellow Fringed Orchid, Platanthera ciliaris

 

Lili Gately (Biology/Physics ’21), Thomas Delillo (Biology/Physics ’21), David Guerra, PhD, Adam Albina, PhD, and Jay Pittocchelli, PhD: An Inspection of the Correlation of Statistical Analysis with Machine Learning to Analyze the Relationship Between Temporal Based Bird Song Characteristics and Landsat Data

 

Lia Guerette (Biology ’22) and Elizabeth Greguske, PhD (Biology): The Effect of Frequent Hand-washing During COVID-19 on Antibacterial Resistance in Swabbed Bacteria

 

Isabelle Harvey (Biology ’21) and William Ryerson, PhD (Biology): Personality Relates to Growth Rates in Captive Blanding’s Turtles: Implications for Conservation

 

Skyler Hickey (Chemistry ’22), Hannah Robichaud (Chemistry ’22), Amber Topping (Chemistry ’22), Matt Hurley, PhD (Chemistry) and Elizabeth Geruske, PhD (Biology): Developing and Evaluating Surfactant Vesicles for Targeted Drug Delivery Applications

 

Reegan Hussey (Biology ’21) and Lori LaPlante, PhD (Biology): Relationships Between Aggressive and Maintenance Behaviors in Two Morphologies of Captive Amphiprion occellaris (HONORS)

 

Ariana LoFaro (Biology ’22), Caitlin Merrill (Biology ’22) and Elizabeth Greguske, PhD (Biology): Instant Pot: An Affordable Autoclave Alternative

 

Anastasia Morrison (Biochemistry ’21) and Brian Penney, PhD (Biology): Tubercle Morphology in the Deep-sea Octopus Graneledone boreopacifica

 

Hannah Robichaud (Chemistry ’22), Skyler Hickey (Chemistry ’21), Amber Topping (Chemistry ’22), Elizabeth Greguske, PhD (Biology), and Matt Hurley, PhD (Chemistry): Developing and Evaluating Surfactant Vesicles for Targeted Drug Delivery Applications

 

Haley Schofield (Biology ’21) and Lori LaPlante, PhD (Biology):  Host Choice By Captive Amphiprion ocellaris Following the Addition of New Anemones

 

Brandon Smith (Biology ’21) and Elizabeth Greguske, PhD (Biology): Testing the Effectiveness of Disinfectants on Environmental Samples

 

Sarah Stagnone (Biology ’22) and Brian Penney, PhD (Biology): Calculating Investment in Connective Tissue Versus Spicule in Nudibranch Mantle Tissue

 

Benjamin Sweesy (Biology ’21) and William Ryerson, PhD (Biology): Aboreal Prey-Handling of Endothermic Prey by Boa Constrictors vs Python Regius

 

Amber Topping (Chemistry ’22), Skyler Hickey (Chemistry ’21), Hannah Robichaud (Chemistry ’22), Elizabeth Greguske, PhD (Biology), and Matt Hurley, PhD (Chemistry): Developing and Evaluating Surfactant Vesicles for Targeted Drug Delivery Applications

 

Chemistry

Julia Apitz (Biochemistry ’22) and Jennifer Pace, PhD (Chemistry): FA-NA Hybrids as Inhibitors of the Hippo Pathway

Emily Bevens (Psychology/Forensic Science ’21) and Maria McKenna, PhD (Psychology): Gender Differences in Eyewitness Testimony

 

Abbie Campbell (Chemistry ’21) and Nicole Eyet, PhD (Chemistry): Arson Research: Detection of Smoke Using Motion Activated Cameras

 

Abigail Carsten (Forensic Science ’21) and Matthew Hurley, PhD (Chemistry): A Method to Trigger Release from Surfactant Nanocomplexes

 

Elizabeth DeGaetano (Chemistry ’21) and Britney Privett, PhD (Chemistry): Expression and Purification of ZNF750 (HONORS)

 

Elizabeth DeGaetano (Chemistry ’21), Skyler Hickey (Chemistry ’21), Jonathan Martin (Chemistry ’21), Brendan Parr (Chemistry ’22), Madison Rennie (Chemistry ’21), Hannah Robichaud (Chemistry ’22), Amber Topping (Chemistry ’22), and Nicole Eyet, PhD (Chemistry): A Computational Investigation of an Ion Molecule Reaction

 

Skyler Hickey (Chemistry ’22), Hannah Robichaud (Chemistry ’22), Amber Topping (Chemistry ’22), Matt Hurley, PhD (Chemistry) and Elizabeth Greguske, PhD (Biology): Developing and Evaluating Surfactant Vesicles for Targeted Drug Delivery Applications

 

Jonathan Martin (Chemistry ’21) and Mary Kate Donais, PhD (Chemistry): Qualitative Analysis of Fabrics Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy

 

Madison Rennie (Chemistry ’21) and Jennifer Pace, PhD (Chemistry): Synthesis of Flufenamic Acid Analogues for the Inhibition of the Hippo Pathway

 

Hannah Robichaud (Chemistry ’22), Skyler Hickey (Chemistry ’22), Amber Topping (Chemistry ’22), Elizabeth Greguske, PhD (Biology), and Matt Hurley, PhD (Chemistry): Developing and Evaluating Surfactant Vesicles for Targeted Drug Delivery Applications

 

Eva-Maria Rudler (Chemistry ’21) and Britney Privett, PhD (Chemistry): Discerning Iron Concentrations by XRF in Arabidopsis Thaliana Through Standard Addition (HONORS)

 

Amber Topping (Chemistry ’22), Skyler Hickey (Chemistry ’21), Hannah Robichaud (Chemistry ’22), Elizabeth Greguske, PhD (Biology), and Matt Hurley, PhD (Chemistry): Developing and Evaluating Surfactant Vesicles for Targeted Drug Delivery Applications

 

Grace Young (Biochemistry ’22) and Jennifer Pace, PhD (Chemistry): Synthesis and Evaluation of Efficacy of Analogues of Flufenamic Acid in Hippo Pathway Inhibition

 

Computer Science

Thomas DeLillo (Biology ’21), David Guerra, PhD (Physics), Adam Albina, PhD (Computer Science), and Jay Pitocchelli, PhD (Biology): A Statistical Inquiry Allying Frequency-Based Bird Song Characteristics with Satellite Imagery from Landsat 8 through Generalized Linear Regression and the Random Forest Machine-Learning Algorithm

 

Lili Gately (Natural Sciences ’21), Thomas Delillo (Biology ’21), David Guerra, PhD (Physics), Adam Albina, PhD (Computer Science), and Jay Pittocchelli, PhD (Biology): An Inspection of the Correlation of Statistical Analysis with Machine Learning to Analyze the Relationship Between Temporal Based Bird Song Characteristics and Landsat Data

 

Education

Theresa Castro (Education ’21), Aubrey Scheopner Torres, PhD (Education), and Laura Wasielewski, PhD (Education): The Impact of Remote Learning on Low-Income Students (HONORS)

 

Nursing

Abigail Donnellan (Nursing ’21) and William Ryerson, PhD (Biology): Heart Rate and Pulse Oximetry Monitors: Application and Accuracy

 

Physics

Thomas DeLillo (Biology ’21), David Guerra, PhD (Physics), Adam Albina, PhD (Computer Science), and Jay Pitocchelli, PhD (Biology): A Statistical Inquiry Allying Frequency-Based Bird Song Characteristics with Satellite Imagery from Landsat 8 through Generalized Linear Regression and the Random Forest Machine-Learning Algorithm

 

Lili Gately (Natural Science ’21), Thomas Delillo (Biology ’21), David Guerra, PhD (Physics), Adam Albina, PhD (Computer Science), and Jay Pittocchelli, PhD (Biology): An Inspection of the Correlation of Statistical Analysis with Machine Learning to Analyze the Relationship Between Temporal Based Bird Song Characteristics and Landsat Data

 

Emma Goulet (Physics ’23), Ian Jarvis (Physics ’23), Hannah Chapman (Physics ’23) and Ian Durham, PhD (Physics): Defining Adaptive Free Choice in a Conscious System

 

Psychology

Emily Bevens (Psychology/Forensic Science ’21) and Maria McKenna, PhD (Psychology): Gender Differences in Eyewitness Testimony

 

Margarett Chesna (Behavioral Neuroscience ’23), Morgan Sweeney (Behavioral Neuroscience ’21), and Adam Wenzel, PhD (Psychology): Critical Fricker Frequency and Blood Pressure

 

Nicole Fenerty (Psychology ’21): College Students’ Knowledge and Perceptions of Dementia

 

Susan Garwood (Psychology ’21) and Maria McKenna, PhD (Psychology): Students Opinions of College Majors and Gender Norms

 

Maida Hoefel (Psychology ’21) and Elizabeth Ossoff, PhD (Psychology): The Impact of Childhood Attachment Style on Adult Relationships

 

Allison Irish (Psychology ’21) and Elizabeth Ossoff, PhD (Psychology): The Effect of ASD Stigma on Hiring Perspectives and Applicant Choice

 

Erica Lazarek (Psychology ’21), Maria McKenna, PhD (Psychology), and Elizabeth Ossoff, PhD (Psychology): Are Organized Activities in Middle Childhood Reflected in the Lives of College Students? (HONORS)

 

Griffin Ouellette (Psychology ’21): Dextromethorphan: A Review of the Clinical Application of a Typical Household Antitussive

 

Kerri Roy (Psychology ’21), Maria McKenna, PhD (Psychology), and Elizabeth Ossoff, PhD (Psychology): Nostalgia in College Freshman: The Impact of Nostalgia of Perceptions of Stress and Negative Emotions

 

Siobhan Salani (Psychology ’21), Maria McKenna, PhD (Psychology) and Adam Wenzel, PhD (Psychology): Study of Individual Difference in Color Perception

 

Lian Smithers (Psychology ’21): Adverse Psychological Effects of Selfie Taking

 

Rebecca Spaulding (Psychology ’21) and Elizabeth Ossoff, PhD (Psychology): Identity in Experiences of Emerging Adulthood

 

Ashley Stewart (Psychology ’21) and Maria McKenna, PhD (Psychology): The Role of NMDA Receptors in Multiple Chemical Addictions

 

Morgan Sweeney (Behavioral Neuroscience ’21) and Joseph Troisi, PhD (Psychology): The Role of Neurotransmitters in Autism Spectrum Disorder

 

Cassandra Tyler (Psychology ’21) and Maria McKenna, PhD (Psychology): A Test of the Cosmetics Dehumanization Hypothesis: Cosmetics Impact on Impressions Formation of Female Job Applicants

 

Kagan Walker (Psychology ’21) and Maria McKenna, PhD (Psychology): Volunteering Effects on Individuals Self-Efficacy

 

Casey Welsh (Psychology ’21) and Elizabeth Ossoff, PhD (Psychology): The Effects of COVID-19 on Children’s Mental Health

 

Grace Wirein (Psychology ’21), Paul Finn, PhD (Psychology), and Elizabeth Ossoff, PhD (Psychology): Job Stereotypes and the Model Minority Bias (HONORS)

April 28, 2021 9:00 AM - May 5, 2021 5:00 PM

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