Grady students and faculty research mentors to present at CURO Symposium

Come support Grady students and their faculty research mentors at UGA’s Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities (CURO) Symposium April 4-5, 2016, at The Classic Center.

Here’s a breakdown of the schedule:

Monday, April 4

12:20 p.m.

Samuel Dickinson—The Influence of Social Conversation Case Study: Iran Nuclear Deal
Faculty Mentor: Itai Himelboim 

2:30 p.m.

Grace D Donnelly— Seeing the Future: Interactive Data Visualization and Behavioral Intentions
Faculty Mentor: Bartosz Wojdynski  

4:30-6:30 p.m. [POSTER SESSION]

Taylor Hill—The speAk Movement: Social Media for Global Issues

Faculty Mentor: Jennifer Smith   

Katherine Adele McKeogh—Understanding Public’s Relationships with ISIS and Counter-Terrorism Digital Media

Faculty Mentor; Dr. Juan Meng   

Kari Saunders—Off-Campus Housing and the Gentrification of Downtown Athens, GA

Faculty Mentor: Juan Meng  

Emily G Taylor—UGA Campus Sustainability Initiatives: Awareness and Attitudes to Campus Recycling 

Faculty Mentor: Juan Meng   

Kendall Alexzandra Trammell—Impact of Video Captions in Mobile News

Faculty Mentor: Bartosz Wojdynski    

Kalyn Wilson—Learning Beyond the Lines 

Faculty Mentor: Ann Hollifield            

Tuesday, April 5

9:30 a.m.

Aaron Roberts Conley—The Effect of Shield Laws on Journalists Acting as Investigators, Specifically at Public Universities
Faculty Mentor: Barry Hollander 

3:30 p.m.

Arthur Bleakley Chandler, III—Can Virtual Reality Lead Us To Learn More About Empathy?
Faculty Mentor: Sun Joo Ahn

The CURO Assistantship Program provides one-semester, non-renewable $1,000 stipends to outstanding undergraduate students across campus to actively participate in faculty-mentored research.

More information about Grady CURO recipients and their research projects is available at the links below.

Spring 2015

Fall 2015

Spring 2016

Date: April 4, 2016