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Student Research 2009

UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day 2009

First Place Behavioral & Social Sciences Category III

William Hendricks (Economics), Amber Jamelske (Psychology), Ellie Lutz (Education), Beth Lutz (Education).

Faculty Collaborators: Lori Bica (Psychology) and Eric Jamelske (Economics)

"An Evaluation of the USDA Fruit & Vegetable Program in Eau Claire Schools"

Elli and Beth
Ellie Lutz & Beth Lutz
 Amber Jamelske
Amber Jamelske
 Thomas Michaels
Thomas Michels
 Ryan Tessmer and David Hennick
Ryan Tessmer & David Hennick
Jared, Anne and Bryan
Jared Koerten, Anne Werner & Bryan Reinhold
 Isaac BW and Jared Farmer
Isaac Borofka-Webb & Jared Farmer
Eric Amend & Thomas Michaels
Eric Amend & Thomas Michaels
Dustin Moltz &  Justin Roettger
Dustin Moltz &  Justin Roettger
Chris Thompson
Chris Thompson
Ben Ziemann & Alex Trow
Ben Ziemann & Alex Trow
Alex Brueggen
Alex Brueggen
 Amanda Funk
Amanda Funk
Ross Hewitt
Ross Hewitt
Drew Bowlsby & Robyn Rennig
Drew Bowlsby & Robyn Rennig

 

Economics Department Honors Week Student Debate

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

econ student debate

Mike Babl, Chris Thompson, Nicholas Kuqali, and Paul Stroik debated "Real World Economics: Benefits and Opportunity Costs of the Bailout Package (TARP) and the Stimulus Package"

 

Students presented research at state capitol

Eleven UW-Eau Claire students presented seven research projects to legislators, state leaders and UW System alumni and supporters during "Posters in the Rotunda: A Celebration of Undergraduate Research" April 22, 2009 at the state capitol in Madison. Participating students, their faculty mentors and research topics were:

  • Amanda Verriden, psychology (Dr. Kevin Klatt), "Assessing Preferences for Young Children Diagnosed with Autism."
  • Touger Thao, philosophy and religious studies (Dr. Scott Lowe), "The Essential Aspects of Traditional and Christian Hmong Weddings in America."
  • Sarah J. Peterson and Robyn Fennig, biology (Dr. Kristina Beuning), "The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire 2008 Carbon Inventory."
  • Heather Nichols, nursing (Dr. Cheryl Lapp), "War and Its Aftermath: A Study of Nurses and Their Resilience in the Coming Home Process."
  • Amber Jamelske, Beth Lutz and William Hendricks, economics (Dr. Eric Jamelske) and psychology (Dr. Lori Bica), "Impact of the USDA Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program on the Attitudes and Behaviors of Elementary School Students in Eau Claire, Wisconsin."
  • Nicholas King and Amy Wichlacz, geography and anthropology (Dr. Doug Faulkner), "Planimetric Channel Change Along the Lower Chippewa River in West-Central Wisconsin, 1938-2008."
  • Angela Nieman, music and theatre arts (Dr. Mitra Sadeghpour), "Mayhem with Mozart."
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