Oklahoma State University and the College of Human Sciences offer opportunities for undergraduate students to participate in research projects. After working with faculty mentors this year, six Human Sciences freshman students presented research at the 2019 Freshman Research Scholars Symposium on April 19 in the Student Union.
The students and their projects, along with the names are of the faculty mentors are:
Sydney Bellah, Nutritional Sciences
The Key to a Long and Lasting Marriage
Faculty Mentor: Alex Bishop, Human Development and Family Science
Ari Bumgardner, Design, Housing and Merchandising
Understanding Preferences in Interior Design, Color and Décor in Assisted-living and Care Environments for Older Adults
Faculty Mentor: Emily Roberts, Design, Housing and Merchandising
Destinee Elliott, Nutritional Sciences
How Chronic Diet Affects Postprandial Lipid Responses in Dietary Fat
Faculty Mentor: Sam Emerson, Nutritional Sciences
Mackenzie Erdley, Design, Housing and Merchandising
Malaysian Cultural Museum Illumination: Special Considerations
Faculty Mentor: Paulette Hebert, Design, Housing and Merchandising
Caroline Finlay, Nutritional Sciences
Resting Metabolic Rate is a Breeze
Faculty Mentor: Gena Wollenberg, Nutritional Sciences
Sophia Taliaferro, Nutritional Sciences
Dietary Quality Evaluation of a “Cooking for Kids” Menu: A cross-sectional content analysis.
Faculty Mentor: Jill Joyce, Nutritional Sciences
Learn more undergraduate research in the College of Human Sciences here.
See more photos of the event here.