CEHS Celebration of Scholars:
Student Research Poster Fair
Monday, April 9, 2018
Erickson Alumni Center
How to Register:
Submit the online registration form by 4:45 p.m. on Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Please note: All students who register are expected to participate, and must use the poster template below.
To complete this form, you will need the following information:
- An abstract of no more than 100 words
- Title of the research project
- Name and email address of first author
- Names of ALL authors
- Names of first author’s faculty advisor
Please proofread your information carefully—it will be used for the printed program and changes cannot be made after acceptance.
1. Collaborative work with faculty members is accepted, but student must be the
2. Co-authors are not required to be CEHS students, although the first author must be a CEHS student.
3. All presentations must be in poster format (see template below).
Students should use the following pre-formatted template for their posters.
Awards for Research Merit
$300 first prize, $200 second prize, $100 third prize
$200 first prize, $100 second prize, $50 third prize
Research Office Award for Best Oral Presentation of Poster:
All forms of educational, human services, and applied social sciences research are welcomed. Work presented elsewhere (i.e., other academic conferences and meetings) is acceptable for this forum.
ALL PRESENTATIONS MUST BE IN POSTER FORMAT.
Graduate Student Awards (Best Poster Presentation):
1st Place: Timothy Swiger: Moral Injury: A Conceptual Framework
2nd Place: Lydia Olson: Social Cognitive Career Theory's Performance
Model Applied to First Year Engineering Students.
3rd Place: Hannah Stone: Let's Talk About Math! Engaging Students in Mathematical Discussions.
Best Oral Presentation:
Timothy Swiger: Moral Injury: A Conceptual Framework for Healing
Undergraduate Student Awards (Best Poster Presentation):
1st Place: Haley Glover: Comparison of Young Children's and Parents' Attitudes Toward Stuttering in Rural West Virginia.
2nd Place TIE: Audrey Weiss: Comparing the Number of Peer Feedback Comments Between Subsequent Papers
2nd Place TIE: Melissa Bero & Jackie Smith: Perceptual Training in Speech Motor Control: What is Learned?