Midland University hosted its Fall Research Fair on December 9th at the Wikert Event Center.
There were 53 student-led presentations with various faculty and staff members serving as judges for the event. Students presented in areas of Communication Studies, Criminal Justice, History, Honors Program, Human Services, Mathematics, and Sociology.
The Research Fair is an opportunity to showcase the outstanding academic work and experiential learning students are doing on campus. For many students, their presentations will serve as the capstone experience for their academic major, requiring them to apply skills they have developed throughout their time at Midland University.
Awards were presented to the top two finishers in three different categories. To view each presentation, visit the Research Fair page.
First Place Experiential Research
Natali Dominguez & Taylor Kvittem
Second Place Experiential Research
Erin Baum, Allie Lazarus, & Malorie Poessnecker
Keep Fremont Beautiful
First Place Inquiry and Evidence-Based Research
The Experience of Midwestern Urban and Rural Centers During the Great Depression
Second Place Inquiry and Evidence-Based Research
Red Summer: The Year of Terror
First Place Primary Data-Explanatory Research
The Effects of Athletic Involvement on Academic Performance
Second Place Primary Data-Explanatory Research
How Organizational Culture and Socialization Processes Influence Memorable Messages in College Recruitment at Midland University