The 19th annual Student Research and Creative Works Symposium was held May 16-18, 2016.
Students self-selected to submit their presentations for preservation and access through this site. The full 2016 program lists all presenters.
Submissions from 2016
2016 Student Research and Creative Works Symposium Program, Eastern Washington University
Defining America: Chicano/Latino Influence, Hope Jackson-Doney
Stereotypes and Popular Misconceptions of Latino Immigration, Teddy J. Mead
Analysis of Point of Sale Tobacco Retail Practices in Spokane, Ghazal Meratnia, Harry Daniels-Schatz, Kurtis Godfrey, Lauren Luther, Alexandra Norris, Mohamed Ahmed, Cerstan Bratlien, and Hayley Hodgins
Latin@s in the Labor Work Force, Vanessa Murillo
Understanding U.S. Racial Tensions in the 21st Century, Taylor Newquist
Alexander the Great and Aristotle's Philosopher King, Mica Pointer
The American Dream: Equality in Education, Alexandra Romjue
Flirtation Styles and Tactics among College Students, Erika Ruppelius
The Economy and Mexican Immigrants, Austin Schulz
Rebels From the Waist Down: An Exploration of Sex and Love in 1984, Charles R. Vaught Jr.
To Be a Viscera Technician, Charles R. Vaught Jr.
Dental Fluorosis and Fluoride in Consumable Products, Katarina Wasley
The Use of HRT and Mild-Aversion Therapy to Treat Habitual Behaviors, Mary-Jo Waterbury
Immigrants in the U.S. Labor Market, Samantha Zontek