Local student participates in research at UMPublished 2:39pm Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Almost 40 students participated in the University of Montevallo’s 16th annual Undergraduate Research Day, held recently in Harman Hall on the UM campus.
Students from all four colleges at UM were invited to engage in research, scholarship and creative activity with faculty mentors, demonstrating their research via posters, oral and PowerPoint presentations.
Students participating in UM’s Undergraduate Research Day included Rachel Klan of Decatur, whose topic was “The relationship between creativity, traditional values, homophobia and racism.”
This showcase of research projects featured topics ranging from “Bullying: The Experien-ces of College Students” to “Protein Kinase G Expression in Human Breast Cancer;” from “The Effects of Dividends and Free Cash Flow on Market Returns” to “Visibility of a Rectangle: Analyzing Card Design in Deck-Building Games;” and more.