Southern California Conferences for Undergraduate Research

Southern California Conferences for Undergraduate Research

Oral Presentations, Session 2 (2:00PM – 3:20PM)

Discipline Presentation Room
Biology Numerical Simulations of EXPAR Reaction Kinetics Using COPASI Software
Stephanie Kim
Bell Tower 2515
Biology Reduced chloride conductance causes muscle hyperexcitability and contributes to the motor dysfunctions in Huntington’s disease.
Grigor Varuzhanyan
Bell Tower 1491
Biology Sexually Dimorphic Expression of Six Splicing Factors in the Developing Mouse Cortex and Hippocampus
Kathy Trang
Bell Tower 1684
Business Did Countrywide Influence the Recent Financial Crisis?
Christi Fisher
Bell Tower 2704
Chemistry Hydrogen Storage Using Borane-Diamine Adducts?
Erik Romero
Bell Tower 1621
Chemistry Molecular Docking Simulation as a Driver of Hypothesis Formation in an Undergraduate Biochemistry Lab Course
Dylan Riggs
Bell Tower 1602
Computer Science Analysis and Design of Novel In Vitro Bistable Toggle Switches
Ishan Khetarpal
Bell Tower 1726
Computer Science Information Security - Crack Attack
Justin Davis
Bell Tower 1688
Economics Vernon Smith’s "Ecological Rationality" and Efficiency
Ian Irwin
Bell Tower 2688
Education Education for Sustainable Development for K-12
Charlene Lou
Bell Tower 2414
Engineering Corrosion Behavior of Advanced Titanium Alloys in Saline Solutions
Ryan Oh
Bell Tower 2572
Engineering Developing an in vitro model for soft tissue inflammatory response to biomaterials
Kevin Sung
Bell Tower 1494
English Literature Chicana Poetry: One New Voice and Where It Stands
Ashley Orozco
Bell Tower 2582
English Literature Haunting Female Figures: Coleridge’s Influence on Plath’s "Lady Lazarus"
Lisbet Ramirez-Chavez
Bell Tower 1424
History The Transformation of the Other: The Development of Gender, Race and Racism in Mesoamerica in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
Kathryn Jenkins-Moses
Bell Tower 1704
Mathematics Restricted Integer Partition Sums
Acadia Larsen
Bell Tower 2505
Psychology Education Attainment Relationship to Self-Esteem, Well-Being, and Hope
Jillian Scism
Bell Tower 1642
Psychology Gendered Language and Sexism: The Effects of “He” Language in Religion
Asha Weisman
Bell Tower 2684
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