Students present research at University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum

Congratulations to all students who presented posters at the 19th Annual University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum! Seven were mentored by School of Criminal Justice faculty and presented their research at the forum on April 7th.


A COMPARISON OF POLICE INTEGRITY, INTERNATIONAL CRIME VICTIMS SURVEYS, AND TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL CORRUPTION PERCEPTIONS INDEX ACROSS 11 COUNTRIES
Jaehong Ha, Criminal Justice Senior
Mentor, Professor Sanja Ivkovich
Photo of Jay Ha

CHANGES IN DNA QUANTITY IN THE HUMAN TIBIA AFTER SURFACE OR SUBSURFACE BURIAL
McKenzie Siewert, Microbiology Senior
Mentor, Professor David Foran

FREE MARKET GENOCIDE
Zachary West, Interdisciplinary Studies in Social Science Senior
Mentor, Associate Professor Christina DeJong
Photo of Zachary West

MITOCHONDRIAL DNA YIELD OF FORENSIC HAIR SAMPLES AFTER TREATMENTS
Sharod Williams, Microbiology Senior
Mentor, Professor David Foran
Photo of Sharod Williams

SHAME, GUILT AND ANTISOCIAL ATTITUDES
Casie Wakeley, Criminal Justice Junior (won 1st prize in her division)
Mentor, Associate Professor Sheila Maxwell
Photo of Casie Wakeley

THE LEGISLATIVE RESPONSE TO MASS SHOOTINGS
Madeline MacLean, Criminal Justice Senior
Mentor, Associate Professor April Zeoli
WHAT THE 2016 ELECTION TELLS US ABOUT RIGHT-WING AUTHORITARIANISM
IN THE U.S.
Hannah Roll, Psychology Sophomore
Sabrina Shingleton, Anthropology Sophomore
Mentor, Associate Professor Christina DeJong
Photo of Hannah Roll and Sabrina Shingleton