Diversity Research Showcase

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4th Annual University-Wide Diversity Research Showcase

January 22, 2021

Featuring MSU undergraduate student work or work in progress on issues of diversity that advance inclusion. 

ACCESS THE DRS PROGRAM AND PRESENTER LINE-UP: 
2021 DRS Program (PDF File)
2021 DRS Program (Word File)



Poster presentations have been archived from the Symposium platform as of February 22.

Oral presentations were shared live during the DRS on Friday, January 22 from 3:00-5:00PM EST via Zoom. While sessions were not recorded, the awards ceremony may be viewed at the following link: DRS Awards Ceremony

 

SPRING 2021 AWARDS

Thanks to generous donations from our program sponsors, award amounts have been increased for 2021!

1st Prize – $700

2nd Prize – $500

3rd Prize – $300

Additional 2 awards of $300/each for students in the preliminary stages of conducting research and 2 awards of $200/each to students showing outstanding research promise. 

Read more about our award winners:

Poster Presentations

  • 1st Prize - Aalayna Green - Applied Experiential Feminist Applications in Experiential Education Courses
  • 2nd Prize - Alanna de Sibour - Parent Perceptions of Intimate Relationship Experiences of Adults within Intellectual Disabilities: Comparisons with Typically Developing Siblings
  • 3rd Prize - Taylor Anderson, Terra Dunn, and Megan Wertz - Reasons for Alcohol & Substance Use in TGD Populations

Oral Presentations

  • 1st Prize - Eliot Haddad - Increasing De Facto Research Participation Eligibility among Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Mothers
  • 2nd Prize - Tyler Castillo - Fair Chance Reporting
  • 3rd Prize - Rachel Drobnak - What Do We Lose When Unfettered Capitalism Meets Under-Utilized Species?

Preliminary Research Award for Research in Progress

  • Alissa Hakim - Art Participation as Community Engagement
  • Juhua Huang, Ky Chimrak, and Apichaya Thaneerat - Why Won't They Talk?

Honorable Mention

  • Crystal Bernard - The Appetite for Cultural Epicenters: A Brixton Case Study on Gentrification
  • Xiaoqin Yan - The Role of Age in the Acknowledgment of Employee's Voice Behavior

Screen grab from Zoom awards ceremony featuring some of the DRS award winners and their research mentors.

Congratulations again to all presenters and award winners! Featured in this photo are some of our award winners and their research mentors.

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undergraduate research office

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