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From left to right: Director of Undergraduate Research, Joyce Fernandez, University Ambassador Renate Crawford, Laurel Myers, Chloe Thach, and Dean and University Librarian Jerome Conley.
Second Place: Chloe Thach, "Researching Lead Exposure Effects on Substance Use Disorders: My Passions in Environmental Health Equity"
Pictured, left to right: Megan Snyder, Isabelle Sistino, Danielle Young, Rickey Staarmann, Melanie Hamon
Second place: Isabelle Sistino, "Onward Echoes the Story: The Study of Religion amid Miami’s Narratives of Justice & Change"
Third Place: Danielle Young, "An Analysis on Research Methods involving American Poverty and Education"
Honorable Mention: Rickey Staarmann, “Substance Use Disorder: A Criminalized Illness”
Pictured, left to right: Emily Froude, Jessica Baloun, Megan Snyder
First place: Jessica Baloun ‘21 a history major, for her project “Before the Numbers Disappeared: Media and Perception of the 1937 Soviet Census”
Second place: Emily Froude ‘21, an international studies and political science major, for her project “Understanding and Withstanding: Comparing Colombian and Mexican Responses to Migration Crises”.
Third place: Megan Snyder ‘22, a history major, for her project “Refugee Haven or Dumping Ground? A Comparative Study of Displaced Persons in Central Asia During World War II”.
Pictured, left to right: Jack Komer, Anna Maltbie, Kyle Laycock
Pictured, left to right: Provost Phyllis Callahan, Ellen Stenstrom, Cloie Dobias, Audrey Lipps, Brittney Roaden and President Greg Crawford
Pictured, left to right: Dr. Wietse de Boer, Ms. Godard’s faculty advisor, who accepted on her behalf as she currently studying abroad in Paris, France; Sydney Chuen; Abigail Culpepper; Emily Mendenhall; and Miami University President Dr. Greg Crawford
Pictured, left to right: Mahaley Evans, Markyla (Lyka) Williams, Garrett Gust