Student Creative Activities and Research Days (SCAR!) Days –VIRTUAL
Monday, April 25, 2022 – May 6, 2022
Student Creative Activities and Research (SCAR) Days highlight the research and arts projects developed by CSUF students. SCAR Days are a unique opportunity for undergraduates and graduate students from all disciplines to come together to share their work virtually. This is a welcoming and inclusive event – please consider participating!
Monday, April 25, 2022 Opening SCAR DAY!
Student Poster Sessions
Undergraduate and graduate student research and creative activities virtual poster presentations will be available for viewing. Student posters will be up for two weeks (until May 6), so students and faculty can pop in to see them anytime, and leave comments or ask questions.
At the end of the two-week SCAR Days poster and exhibit session, there will be an awards presentation to honor the 10th annualOutstanding Student Scholarly and Creative Activity AwardandOutstanding Poster/Exhibit Awardrecipients.
One undergraduate and one graduate student from each college will receive the Outstanding Student Scholarly and Creative Activities Award.
Three Outstanding Poster/Exhibit Awards will be presented. All posters/exhibits presented during the session will be considered for these awards. No additional application is necessary.
Everyone is invited to celebrate the ingenuity, tenacity, and creativity of CSUF students! Register for the virtual Awards Presentation and the close of SCAR Days. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the presentation.
How to apply for SCAR Days
Email the following information, in the order requested with the subject line: Your last name SCAR Day Submission 2022 to firstname.lastname@example.org noon, April 6, 2022 (Include all students' last names who collaborated on the project in the subject line).
1. Name of presenter(s)
2. Email address(es)
3. College, department, and major
4. Graduate or undergraduate status
5. Title of presentation
6. Abstract of 100 words or less about your project - An abstract is a brief description of your research/art project and usually includes the context/background of the study/project, the methods used in the study/project, the results or created project, and why your work matters
7. Faculty mentor’s (if you worked with one) name, department and email address
8. Indicate if you are presenting a poster or art exhibit
Presentations used at other conferences are welcome but may require modifications for this event. We will notify students by April 11th, 2022 if accepted and provide additional directions at that time. If you never shared your work with anyone, this is a great opportunity to do so. It’s FREE!
CSU Fullerton is committed to providing universal access to all of our events. Please contact the Office of Research and Sponsored Projects at the following email address: ORSP@fullerton.edu to request disability accommodations. Advance notice is necessary to arrange for some accessibility needs.
Please contact Student Creative Activities and Research (SCAR) at email@example.com with any questions.
2022 OUTSTANDING POSTER/EXHIBIT AWARD RECIPIENTS
Euronymous Fernandez, Undergraduate, Human Services, HHD Mentor: Darcy Anderson Poster title: Conquering
Gabriel Charles Ponce, Undergraduate, Philosophy and Sociology, HSS Mentor: Dr. Irena Praitis Poster title: The Foo Who Sat by the Door
Karen Ray Nelson, Undergraduate, Dance, COTA Mentors: Lisa Long, Debra Noble, and Alvin Rangel Poster title: The Wreckoning
Miriam Marroquin, Undergraduate, Mathematics, NSM Mentor: Valerie Poynor Poster title: Hierarchical and Non-Hierarchical Probit Regression Model
Bailee Blankmeier, Graduate, Sociology, HSS Mentor: Dr. Dana Collins Poster title: The Deadening of Commensality: Emerging Adults’ Current and Ideal Eating Practices as Influenced by Modern Life
Chelsea Bowers-Doerning, Graduate, Biological Science, NSM Mentor: Misty Paig-Tran Poster title: You Are What You Eat: Pacific Sardines Ingesting and Assimilating microplastics
Leeza Yorke, Graduate, Music, COTA Mentor: Janet Smith Poster title: "The Roots of Love" a Graduate Recital featuring works by African American composers
Rou Rouvere, Graduate, Psychology, HSS Mentor: Dr. Kathleen Preston Poster title: Asexual Minority Stress Scale (AMSS): Construction and Validation
People’s Choice Award
Kriti Rai Saini, Graduate, Computer Engineering, ECS Mentor: Dr. Jaya Dofe Poster title: Comparing Encryption Algorithm Performance in Context to Internet of Things
2021 OUTSTANDING POSTER/EXHIBIT AWARD RECIPIENTS
Shameem Ahmed, Undergraduate, Graphic and Interactive Design, COTA Mentor: Cheryl Savala Poster title: 30 days of Influential Women of the 21st Century
Cailin McLaughlin, Graduate, Evolutionary Anthropology, HSS Mentor: Dr. Sara Johnson Poster title: Life History Plasticity of Managed Honeybees: Behavioral Response to Environmental Conditions that Prompt or Attenuate Varroa Destructor
Delia Sanchez, Graduate, Public Health, HHD Mentor: Dr. Portia Jackson Preston Poster title: An exploration of mental health risk and protective factors among indivduals supporting identity groups at universities
Zahra Tahmasebi, Graduate, Psychology, HSS Mentor: Dr. Douglas Navarick Poster title: Perceived Wrongness of Unintended Harm Caused by Distracted Driving
Anthony Truong, Brian Quisenberry, and Christine Gamez, Undergraduates, Mathematics, NSM Mentor: Dr. Alison Marzocchi Poster title: Representation of Women and STEM Careers in Middle School Mathematics Textbooks
2019 OUTSTANDING POSTER/EXHIBIT AWARD RECIPIENTS
Adam Mizban, Chemistry, NSM Poster title: Building a Solid-State Tesla Coil
Breanna McBean and Angelica Arredondo, Mathematics, NSM Poster title: The Shape of Large Soap Bubbles
Aylin Gann and Rebecca Gomez, Psychology, HSS; Shelby Abrahamian, Sociology, HSS; and Clarissa Leyva, Human Services, HHD Poster title: Creating Leaders in the Classroom: The Importance of Empathy and Social Awareness
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