The 22nd annual Student Research and Creative Works Symposium was held May 14-15, 2019.
Students self-selected to submit their presentations for preservation and access through this site.
Submissions from 2019
Effect of static hip flexor stretching on standing pelvic tilt and lumbar lordosis, Samantha Lee Baker, Sebastian Lopez, Benjamin Adams, and Zach Eagle
Bull Trout (Salvelinus confluentus) can detect conspecific pheromones in a two choice Y-maze, Hannah M. Coles, Allan T. Scholz, Raymond Ostlie, Paul Spruell, Mark Paluch, and Jason Connor
David and Goliath: The Abdication of a Throne, Shawn Marie Dufrene
2019 Student Research and Creative Works Symposium Program, Eastern Washington University
Defining Success in Service-Learning, Vikram N. Gill
Positive Bias in Positive Psychology, Brandy R. Hutton and Max Barham
Marguerite Higgins: Making War Accessible to the Masses, Kelli A. Knerr
Optimum Moisture Content and Maximum Dry Unit Weight for Compaction of Interdisciplinary Science Center Soil, Rachel A. Lunstroth, Maria Camilla O'Toole, and Melissa Simbler
Perceptions of Female Defendants as a Function of Pregnancy Status, Rachel A. Silverthorn
Public Interest Litigation & Women’s Rights: Cases from Nepal & India, Jordan E. Stevenson
Riparian Resilience in the Face of Interacting Disturbances, Alexa S. Whipple
Submissions from 2018
The Phenomenology of it All, Justin M. Campbell