Over 200 Springfield College students presented their scholarly work to the College community on Tuesday, April 9 as part of the 15th Annual Scholars in Action Day.
Scholars in Action Day is designed to showcase undergraduate scholarship at Springfield College. The event is an opportunity for students to share their research, scholarship, and creative activities with the College community.
2019 SIA Day Winners
1. Hannah Lopes & Madison Muccino
Can headphone/earbud decibel intensity and duration of use predict noise-induced hearing loss in college students?
2. Lucy Abramian
The Association on Concussion and The Development on Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Parkinson’s.
1. Hannah Wunderlich
The association between physical activity and depression in college-aged women
2. Kyle Hughes, Parker Cronin, Jacob Ryor
Density and morphology of Coleoptera in La Selva
1. Lauren Rudolph & Miranda Cintron
An Acute Fracture Blister without the presence of a fracture in a forty-three-year-old female recreational softball player: A Case Study
2. Kathleen Morris
Lincoln Douglas Debates: A Test for the Future "Great Emancipator"
Literature Review (Science)
1. Amanda Nusbaum
What Kind of Exercise Improves Hemoglobin A1C levels in Type 2 Diabetes
2. Michael McKenna, Emma Bacon Adam Haughn
Reducing Cancer Risk Through a Plant-Based Diet
Literature Review (Social Science)
1. Zelarn Bly
The Emancipation Bill to Capitol Hill
2. (Co-winner for 2nd) Seve Burgos
The Effectiveness of Wilderness Therapy as an Alternative to Juvenile Incarceration
2. (Co-winner for 2nd) Marcelino Diaz
The Importance of DNA in Jury Convictions
Thomas Lincoln’s Influence on Abraham Lincoln’s Life and Leadership
Women as Foils in Canonical American Literature
PTSD in Victims of Rape
Student Choice Award
Ryan Pelton, Ali Rushlow, Lindsay McGowan
Effects of Nutritional Intake and Supplementation on Migraines and Headache