The following students, listed with their major, presented at Undergraduate Research Day on March 22 at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater:

Summer Lynne Cliff, Trevor, geography, presented “Are Hurricanes Stronger, or has the Landscape Changed?”

Spencer Whitaker, Kenosha, physics, presented “High Contrast 3D Prints.”

Colin Deady, Trevor, marketing, presented “Reimaging, Reinventing, and Revolutionizing Mary Kay.”

Lindsey Kuhagen, Pleasant Prairie, biology, presented “Using Reporter Genes to Monitor the Onset of Circadian Rhythm in Xenopus laevis Embryos.”

Krystal Sibert, Kenosha, occupational safety, presented “Carbon Monoxide Exposure in a Classroom Foundry, and Classroom Foundry Combustion Byproduct Aerosol Exposure.”

Nia-Nicole Mitchell, Kenosha, integrated science and business, presented “Wastewater Treatment Facilities: A Case Study in Whitewater, Wis.”

Emily Ottinger, Kenosha, theatre, presented “The Multi Levels of Theatre.”

Jessica Stevens, Salem, English and Japanese studies, presented “Does Individualism/Collectivism affect the Relationship between Trust and Life Satisfaction? An Analysis of Individuals from the G20 Countries.”

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