5 EML Students Present Undergrad Research
April 27, 2015
Five English and Modern Languages students presented their research conclusions in poster presentations at the 2015 Angelo State University Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Micki Harris presented “Social Media and Its Effects on Students’ Formal Writing.” Dr. Nicole Dilts, associate professor of English, served as mentor to this project.
Jenn deBie shared her research on “Fiction Writing Theory and Practice.” Dr. Terry Dalrymple, professor of English, served as Ms. deBie’s mentor.
Sawyer Ricard presented “Usability of Video-Based Website Designs,” and she was mentored by Dr. Kevin Garrison, assistant professor of English.
Jordan Gray shared the conclusions to her research in “The Focus of Inwardness: George Herbert and the Plain Style.” Dr. Mark Jackson served as Ms. Gray’s mentor.
Elizabeth Vest’s poster presentation was titled “The Role of Nosteratu in the Development of Gender Identity, Sexuality, and Adrogyny in Vampire Film.” Her faculty mentor was Dr. Christine Muelsch, professor of French.