Student Displays by Department

Accounting

  • Devin Brown, Rebekah Brown, Emily Moretz, and Ikuno Sugiyama 
  • "Company Financial Statement Research—Industry: Department Stores"

Art & Visual Culture

  • Epiphany Bliesath 
  • "The Photograph as Seen through the Lens of the Lebanon Valley College Fine Art Collection"
  • Matthew Eshbach
  • "Reimagining the Duomo: Retrofitting Brunelleschi's Dome with the Architectural Characteristics of Italian Renaissance Thought"
  • Cody Esposito
  • "World Architecture: Camp Foxlands" 
  • Candice Heishman
  • "Interpretive Figures: Representing Mental Disorders Through Ceramics" 
  • Tyler Leary 
  • "Aesthetics of Uncontrollability:Randomness as an Organizational Mode in Abstract Painting" 
  • Heather Riutzel 
  • "World Architecture: Camp Wetfeet" 
  • Jordan Sears 
  • "Word Architecture: Camp Liberty" 

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

  • Christina Mentzer
  • “Retinoic Acid Treatment Decreases Proliferation of Neuroblastoma Cells Lacking CK2 Expression”
  • Abigail Samuelsen and Kyra Valent
  • “Retinoic Acid Treatment Decreases Proliferation of Casein Kinase-2 Overexpressing Neuroblastoma Cells Without Affecting Cell Viability”
  • Viktoria Van Nederveen
  • “Studies on the Fibrous Species Generated in Solution by E. coli GMP Synthetase and Model Proteins”

Biology

  • Bryce Betz
  • “Benthic Macroinvertebrates Used as a Biomonitoring Tool to Determine Quittapahilla Creek Water Quality”
  • Kaitlyn Burkett
  • “Caenorhabditis Elegans and Daphina Magna as Model Organisms for Toxicolgical Analyses”
  • Kelly Grumbine
  • “The Decline of Oak Trees Due to Hypoxylon Canker”
  • Dakota Portzline
  • “Perinatal and Postnatal Iron Deficiency Alters Serotonin Transporter and Serotonin 1B Receptors in Rat Striatum”
  • Janeyah Rivers-Hamilton
  • “The Suppression of Garlic Mustard by Common Chickweed”
  • Nicholas Scullin and Morgan Webb
  • “Role of Adenosine Signaling in Dopamine 2 Receptor and Dopamine Transporter Depletion in Iron Deficiency”

Business Administration

  • Ryan Burton
  • “Annville-Cleona School District Internship Experience”
  • J.R. Capatch, Brandon McMinn, Reid Pavlik, Jake Thomas, and Hilary Yoh
  • “Reducing Turnover in the Lebanon Valley Family YMCA Childcare Division”
  • Brittany Fleisher and Jillian McCue
  • “The Impact of Global Trade on Central Pennsylvania”
  • Michael Gaval
  • "Internship at Quality Stone Veneer"
  • Sara Lemke
  • “Palmyra Area School District Office Internship”
  • Jordyn Miller
  • “The Rapid Increase in Financial Fraud: How The Banking Industry is Looking to Combat It”

Chemistry

  • Kevin Beaver and Becca Drain
  • “Plant-Biofuel Cell Hybrids for Energy Production”
  • Molly McBride
  • “Synthesis of Amide Pendent Ruthenium Host Systems”
  • Corine Mendenhall
  • “Synthesis of Ruthenium Macrocycles”
  • Julia Rutherford
  • “Self-Powered Enzymatic Biosensor for Simultaneous Detection of Two Biomarkers of Parkinson’s Disease”
  • Alyssa Smale
  • “Ruthenium Tris-Bipyridine Cage Complexes as Host Systems for Alkali and Alkaline Earth Guests”

Digital Communications

  • Elizabeth Allebach, Matthew Ferrara, Ryan Peugh, Lyndsay Riedel, and Caity Stevens
  • “Jabeeko”
  • Elizabeth Block, Adam Brock, Alexandra Fisher, Dakota Lee, Benjamin Tanner, and Jeanette Tropp
  • “Happy Place”
  • Ashley Davis, Braxton Kocher, Katherine Miller, Kyle Rosen, and Rachel Sautner
  • “CampusNow”
  • Timothy Harris, Nicholas Jones, Baker Landon, and Travis Saylor
  • “Alpine Supply”
  • Timothy Markovits, Kaitlyn Partington, and Morgan Strickler
  • “Grocery Grab”

Economics

  • Patrick Maxwell
  • “Informational and Communication Technology, Financial Inclusion, and Economic Growth: Evidence from Africa”
  • Ian McGinnis
  • “Analyzing Spatial Footprint of Shale Gas Production in Pennsylvania”
  • Ibsen Powers
  • “Internship with Economic Development Corporation”

Education

  • Courtney Benson
  • “Multigenre-Lost Boys of Sudan”
  • Courtney Benson
  • “Thematic Unit-Water Cycle”
  • Alison Cable
  • “There She Goes”
  • Anthony Caruso
  • “STEM in the Early Childood Classroom”
  • Trevor Dugan
  • “Read, Set, Stim”
  • Stephanie Garman
  • “Number the Stars: Genre Writings”
  • Emma Harris
  • “It’s All About Potter”
  • Cheyenne Immel, Ciara Suggs, and Joanna Yeater
  • “Study Abroad Reflections”
  • Rachel Keeler
  • “Prompting Student Participation in the Inclusive Classroom”
  • Brittany Laughlin
  • “Annemarie’s Keepsakes of Resistance: A Multi-Genre Writing Project Based on Number the Stars”
  • Brittany Laughlin
  • “Where Am I? A Thematic Unit on Directions, Location, and Community”
  • Abigail Leidigh
  • “Perceptions of Student Assistive Technology Use at LVC”
  • Marleigh Palmer
  • “To Clip or Not to Clip”
  • Meghan Ross
  • “What’s Good: The Qualities and Characteristics of a Good and Effective Classroom Teacher”
  • Rebekah Schneider
  • “The Effect of Brain Breaks on the Brain”
  • Kelly Stock
  • “Europe 2K16”
  • Kayla Whitesel
  • “Parent’s Effect on Reading Fluency: Is That What I Just Read?”

History, Politics, and Global Studies

  • Miranda Evitts, Thomas Fallon, Benjamin Fisher, Collin Harris, and Mark Spivey
  • “European Union Simulation”
  • Benjamin Fisher
  • “The U.S. Navy and the Cryptologic Technician Interpretive (CTI)”
  • Andrew Godleski
  • “Analyzing Homosexual Persecution by the Nazi Regime during the Holocaust”
  • Devon Malloy
  • “Supranationalism and the European Union: A Template Built to Last, or Crash and Burn?”
  • Emily Sweeney
  • “When Voters Say ‘No’ to Their Party: The Impact of Unfavorable Candidates in the 2016 Presidential Election”
  • Scott Werner
  • “American POWS and Their Memory in Japan”
  • Jolie Winemiller
  • “The Infliction of Suffering and Forgotten Official Memory of the Comfort Women in World War ll”

Languages

  • Alexa Bowman
  • “The Culture and Struggles of Present Day Mayans in Mexico”
  • Rebekka Carpenter
  • “Connecting the Imagined Nation to Group Development”
  • Sarah DiMaggio
  • “Goethes Balladen, die Romantik, und die Fantastik”
  • Marie Gorman
  • “Reinterpreting the Cuban Diaspora: Revisiting Jorge Duany’s Prediction for the Future of Cuban Migration”
  • Megan Kimmel
  • “The Importance of the Cuban and Puerto Rican Vote in Florida”
  • McCauley Meyer
  • “Deutschlands Energiewende”
  • Olivia Poltonavage
  • “The Incorporation of Spanish-Speakers into the United States Health System”
  • Natalia Smith
  • “Gringos Become ‘Foreign in a Domestic Sense’—Living Abroad in the U.S. Territory of Puerto Rico”
  • Julie Wiker
  • “Das Spielen mit Zeit und Raum im Goldnen Topf Hoffmanns und im Golem Meyrinks”
  • Kayla Zimmerman
  • “Le Féminisme dans les Discours de Femmes Politiques Françaises Contemporaines”

Mathematics and Physics

  • Justin Cammarota
  • “Investigation of the Werner Basis Conjecture”
  • Ezekiel Wertz
  • “Error Correction and Pauli Stabilizers for Quantum Symmetric Hypergraph States”

Music

  • Megan Ebling
  • “Musical Coherence in Arnold Schoenberg’s Recitation, ‘Eine blasse Wäscherin’”
  • Jenna Hartman
  • “The Effects of Melodic Construction on Meter Perception”
  • Kayla Jones
  • “An Analysis of Formal Norms and Deviations in Beethoven’s Early Piano Sonatas”
  • Austin Peterman
  • “Little Oceans”
  • Brooke Van Veen
  • “Modern Application of Modes in the Music of Radiohead”

Neuroscience

  • Templin Chenail
  • “Sequencing a Polymorphism in the CNR1 Gene: Troubleshooting the TOPO Cloning Reaction for E. coli Transformation”
  • Samantha Nicolaro
  • “The Cannabinoid System and Anxiety Response: The Effect of Handling on Elevated Plus Maze Performance in S426A/S430A Mice”

Philosophy and Religion

  • Vidya Lala
  • “Globalize Your Palate with Healthy and Sustainable Alternatives”
  • McKenna Lupold
  • “Sustainability House”
  • Jasmine Olvany
  • “Taste Lab: Exploring the Physical and Psychological Connections between Taste and Satiety”

Physical Therapy

  • Taylor Gerchak and Nicole Kracum
  • “Cardiovascular Risks Assessment of College Freshmen Pursuing Further Education in the Discipline of Athletic Training”
  • Kayla Klumpp and Daniel Wiley
  • “The Impact of a Rock Climbing Program for Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Pilot Study”

Psychology

  • Megan Cook
  • “Predicting Academic Success: Examining Parental and Early Childhood Influences on Collegiate Achievement”
  • Hannah Davis
  • “Predicting Grit: Parenting Styles, Academic Entitlement, and Cognitive Habits”
  • Maureen Fleming
  • “The Level of Personal Relatedness’s Effect on Students’ Willingness to Reveal Opinions About Race and LGBTQ+ Issues”
  • Katie Frace
  • “Effects of Helicopter Parenting on Delay of Gratification in College Students”
  • Austin Martinez and Emily Schlusser
  • “Repeat After Me: Imitating Reorganizes Adult Perceptions of Infant Babbling”
  • Ashley Mogle
  • “Objective vs. Subjective Perceptions of Writing Skills: Connections to Grit, Habits of Mind, and Composition-Related Attitudes/Behaviors”
  • Alyssa Potosnak
  • “Cognitive Firewalls: Protecting Pseudoscientific Beliefs at the Expense of Rational Reasoning?”

Secondary Education

  • Renate Berger
  • “Evolution of Traffic Laws”
  • Matthew Bishop and Kyler Burke
  • “Amazon Rubber Room”
  • Thomas Fallon and Priscilla Organtini
  • “Effects of WWII on the Cost of the Automobile & American Way of Life”
  • Korissa Herrold and Morgan Yealy
  • “WWII: History of the Volkswagon & the Nazi Regime”
  • Megan Lough
  • “1960s Automobiles & Culture in The Outsiders”
  • Stephanie Senglar
  • “The Pros & Cons of Technology Use in the Classroom”
  • Erica Wise
  • “Sexism in the Secondary Classroom”

Sociology and Criminal Justice

  • Hayley Cobb, Tina Hallman, and Alexandra Marchi
  • “Media and Maternal Influences of Body Image Perceptions of College Students”