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Summer Research Symposium #1

July 30 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

The first of three summer research symposia will feature the students in Sankaran,  Padowski, and Offerdahl labs. The symposia are scheduled to be virtual and will be conducted on the Zoom platform.

Presentation Schedule

Approx. Presentation Start Time*Breakout Room AssignmentStudent Name (Home Insitution)Research Program (Principal Investigator)Project Title
10:35 - 10:45 a.m.Breakout Room 1 (BR 1)Antonio Franco (Heritage University)Phenomics Big Data Management (Sindhuja Sankaran)Correlation Between RGB and Gene Expression Data to Identify Lentils Having a High Resistance Expression to Aphanomyces
10:45 - 10:55 a.m.BR 1Maicynn Hansen (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)Phenomics Big Data Management (Sindhuja Sankaran)Evaluation of Changes in Vegetation Indices Due to In-field Sensor Angles
10:55 - 11:05 a.m.BR 1Cora Hernandez (Washington State University)Phenomics Big Data Management (Sindhuja Sankaran)Onion Decay Phenomics
11:05 - 11:15 a.m.BR 1Robin Javid (Washington State University)Phenomics Big Data Management (Sindhuja Sankaran)Evaluation of Blueberry Fruit Quality Using Standard and Modified Catcher Plates
11:15 - 11:25 a.m.BR 1Pia Spychalla (University of Wisconsin - Madison)Phenomics Big Data Management (Sindhuja Sankaran)Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) to Identify Metribuzin-tolerant Winter Wheat
11:25 - 11:35 a.m.BR 1Lindsey Stachofsky (University of Idaho)Phenomics Big Data Management (Sindhuja Sankaran)Applications of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for Detecting Drought Tolerance in Spring Wheat Varieties
10:35 - 10:45 a.m.Breakout Room 2 (BR 2)Esperanza Artiles (Central Washington University)Research in Interdisciplinary STEM Education (Erika Offerdahl)Understanding Scientific Argumentation in Large-lecture Biology: Characterizing the Effect of Task Framing on Students' Use of Resources
10:45 - 10:55 a.m.BR 2Emilee Bernath (Heritage University)Research in Interdisciplinary STEM Education (Erika Offerdahl)How Do CUREs Affect Content Learning: A Comparison of In-Person and On-Line Presentation of an Upper-Level Developmental Biology Research Experience
10:55 - 11:05 a.m.BR 2Elizabeth Elliott (Pacific Lutheran University)Research in Interdisciplinary STEM Education (Erika Offerdahl)Examining the Impacts of a CURE in an Undergraduate Introductory Biology Course for URMs
11:05 - 11:15 a.m.BR 2Archer Harrold (University of Nebraska - Lincoln)Research in Interdisciplinary STEM Education (Erika Offerdahl)How Do Student Roles in Small Groups Differ Across Data Interpretation Tasks?
11:15 - 11:25 a.m.BR 2Angela Hong (Pacific Lutheran University)Research in Interdisciplinary STEM Education (Erika Offerdahl)Setting Students Up for Success in General Chemistry with a Novel Prep Chem Class
11:25 - 11:35 a.m.BR 2Jazmyn Juarez (Claremont McKenna College)Research in Interdisciplinary STEM Education (Erika Offerdahl)Setting Students Up for Success in General Chemistry with a Novel Prep Chem Class
11:35 - 11:45 a.m.BR 2Nyckolaus Ledezma (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona )Research in Interdisciplinary STEM Education (Erika Offerdahl)Understanding How Different Leadership Inhibits or Enables Students from Expressing Alternative Ideas In Large Introductory Biology Courses
11:45 - 11:55 a.m.BR 2Maria Mozo CardonaResearch in Interdisciplinary STEM Education (Erika Offerdahl)Health Education Through Arts-based Learning (Heal): From Stem to Steam
11:55 - 12:05 a.m.BR 2Puja Shah (Raritan Valley Community College)Research in Interdisciplinary STEM Education (Erika Offerdahl)How Do Cures Affect Scientific Literacy: In-person and Online Implementation of an Upper-level Developmental Biology Course-based Research Experience
10:35 - 10:45 a.m.Breakout Room 3 (BR 3)Asmita Acharya (Washington State University)Stakeholder Informed Modeling of Innovations in the FEW (Julie Padowski)Planning and Analysis Tool for Resilient Power Grid with Hydro Generation
10:45 - 10:55 a.m.BR 3Kendahl Heckstall (Georgia State University)Stakeholder Informed Modeling of Innovations in the FEW (Julie Padowski)Can Apples Beat the Climate Change Heat with a Lower Water Footprint?
10:55 - 11:05 a.m.BR 3Lauren Lansford (Washington State University)Stakeholder Informed Modeling of Innovations in the FEW (Julie Padowski)System Dynamics Model of Changing Groundwater Storage and Behavior in the Walla Walla Valley Due to Climate Change
11:05 - 11:15 a.m.BR 3Gustavo Mendez Soto (Heritage University)Stakeholder Informed Modeling of Innovations in the FEW (Julie Padowski)Examining the Impact of Groundwater on the Sustainability and Resilience of the Yakima River Basin During Drought Years
11:15 - 11:25 a.m.BR 3Jade Mokry (University of Idaho)Stakeholder Informed Modeling of Innovations in the FEW (Julie Padowski)Impacts of Hydroelectric Dams to Sqigwts in the Coeur d' Alene Basin
11:25 - 11:35 a.m.BR 3Jiyoung Park (Wheaton College)Stakeholder Informed Modeling of Innovations in the FEW (Julie Padowski)Municipal Water Supply and Demand Management Through Wastewater Reuse and Increasing Block Pricing in the City of Pasco
11:35 - 11:45 a.m.BR 3Liam Reynolds (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)Stakeholder Informed Modeling of Innovations in the FEW (Julie Padowski)Refining the Definition of Urban Agriculture to Streamline Public Policy Development and Implementation
11:45 - 11:55 a.m.BR 3Hailey Smith (Washington State University)Stakeholder Informed Modeling of Innovations in the FEW (Julie Padowski)Analyzing the Impact of Social Capital on the Adoption of Efficient Irrigation in Washington State Orchards
11:55 a.m. - 12:05 p.m.BR 3Dehlia Wolftail (Heritage University)Stakeholder Informed Modeling of Innovations in the FEW (Julie Padowski)Quantification of The Colville and Spokane Tribe Water Right Adjudication and Potential Impacts to Current Junior Water Right Holders.

*Please note: Presentation start times are approximate. Research presentations will be conducted in sequence such that once a student finishes their presentation, the next student in the sequence will immediately begin. In general, each presentation will take about 10 minutes. However, if one presentation ends a little early, the next presentation will start immediately afterward. Thus, if you want to be sure you see a specific presentation, we recommend you join the Zoom meeting earlier than the indicated start time.

Details

Date:
July 30
Time:
10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Venue

Zoom (Meeting ID: 966 3328 6852)
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