UW-Eau Claire Student Research 2010
First Place Behavioral & Social Sciences: Paige Hehl with faculty mentor David Schaffer: "Wage Penalties in Majority-Female Occupations"
Second Place Behavioral & Social Sciences: Bryan Reinhold (shown with Kristen Dexter, State Assembly ), Amber Jamelske, Elizabeth Reinke, and Kevin Reinhold with faculty mentors Eric Jamelske and Lori Bica: "Evaluating the USDA Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program in Wisconsin Elementary Schools: Comparing Program Effects after Two Months and Six Months of Program Implementation" and "Expanding the Influence of the USDA Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Program: Examining the Effectiveness of Incentives and Reminders to Increase Fruit and Vegetable Intake Among Wisconsin Elementary School Students"
Fifth Place Behavioral & Social Sciences: Laurelyn Wieseman (shown R above), April Ross, Samuel Block, and Drew Christensen (shown at left in photo) with faculty mentor Eric Jamelske: "The Chippewa Valley Center for Economic Research and Development Cash for Clunkers Project: An Overview of the Guidelines and Goals of the Program and an Assessment of the Program's Success"
Ryan Goodrich with faculty mentor Yan Li (shown above): "Contributions to Healthcare Cost and Utilization of Wisconsin Medicare Part A Enrollees Through 2018"
Paul Stroik with faculty mentor Laura Berlinghieri: "Residential Investment and the Business Cycle: International Evidence"
Robyn Fennig with faculty mentor Maria DaCosta: "The Importance of Industry Clusters in Local Economic Development: the Case of Eau Claire"
Nicole Huebner with faculty mentor Sanjukta Chaudhuri: "Impact of Economic Recession on Labor Force: Do Gender and Ethnicity Matter?"
Zach Hines, Matthew Porwoll (shown at L), Ben Ziemann (shown at R), ? with faculty mentor Eric Jamelske: "A Stock Market Overview and Analysis of Alternative Investment Strategies 2007-Present"
LeRoy Nosker Tanner with faculty mentor Yan Li: "A Comparative Study of the Islamic Prohibition of Usuary Through Examination of the Modern Implications of Islamic Banking in a Global Recessionary Climate"
Sam Block (shown at R), Drew Christensen, April Ross, and Laurelyn Wieseman, with faculty mentor Eric Jamelske: "An Overview of the Great Recession in the Chippewa Valley, Wisconsin and the US"
Paul Stroik, Benjamin Ponkrantz, Nicholas Kuqali, and Matthew Sackman (shown L to R above) with faculty mentor Eric Jamelske: "What Do UWEC Students and Chippewa Valley Households Think About Global Warming?" and "A Citizen's Guide to Useful Resources on the Science and Public Policy of Climate Change"