The Twenty-Eighth Annual California State University Student Research Competition

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Each year, California State University provides a system-wide competition to recognize outstanding undergraduate and graduate student accomplishments in scholarly research and creative activity.

Representatives from each of the twenty-three California State University campuses will make oral presentations before juries of professional experts from major corporations, foundations, public agencies, colleges and universities in California.

California State University, Dominguez Hills is proud to announce the students selected to represent CSUDH at the Twenty-Eighth Annual Student Research Competition, California State University, East Bay, May 2-3, 2014.

CSUDH Representatives of the Twenty-Eighth Annual Student Research Competition

Behavioral and Social Sciences

  • Geraldy Eisman and Chelsea McElwee, Psychology
    Relationships among ethnicity, early childhood factors and neuropsychological test performance   
    Faculty Mentor: Tara Victor, Psychology
  • Corina Diaz, Sociology
    Beyond Illegal Dumping: A Study in Long Beach, California 
    Faculty Mentor: Clare Weber, Sociology

Biological and Agricultural Sciences

  • Cesar Deleon, Chemistry and Biochemistry
    Synthesis of [7.7] Para-Cyclophane Tetra-peptide Macrocycle
    Faculty Mentor: Kenneth Rodriguez, Chemistry and Biochemistry

Business, Economics, and Public Administration

  • Karen Orellana, Public Administration
    Leadership and Organizational Performance in the Public Sector
    Faculty Mentor: Hugo Asencio, Public Administration

Computer Science and Computer Information Systems

  • Matthew Roesger, Brian Herrera and Rosalie Tallud Computer Science
    Mathematical modeling of an infectious disease in closed population.
    Faculty Mentor: Antonia Boadi, Computer Science

Creative Arts

  • Zachary Barton, Max Cisneros and Ana Elias, Art and Design
    Hearts For The Arts
    Faculty Mentor: Michele Allan Art & Design

Health, Nutrition and Clinical Science

  • Paula Ranson, Nursing
    Improving Glycemic Control Among Incarcerated Men
    Faculty Mentor: Lauren Outland Nursing

Health, Nutrition and Clinical Science

  • Cassandra Hudson, Rachel Jao, Meghan Moss and Jacqueline Sanchez, Occupational Therapy
    Adaptation in Adolescents and Young Adults with Spinal Cord Injury: A Mechanism for Change
    Faculty Mentor: Claudia Peyton Occupational Therapy

Humanities and Letters

  • Bonnie McKenzie, History
    Boy Scouts of America: Good for God, Good for Business G
    Faculty Mentor: Erica Verba History

Physical and Mathematical Sciences

  • Warren Nanney, Chemistry
    Cost effective ion selective electrodes from metal-azo complexes
    Faculty Mentor: Barbara Belmont Chemistry