The 2013 Stetson Showcase judges have announced the 2013 Maris Showcase winners for this year. They are:
Maris First Place:
Bekah Burket, Soil facilitated removal of triclosan (5-Chloro-2-(2,4-dichlorophenoxy)phenol) from neutral pH solution with practical applications for soil aquifer treatment systems
Rachel Snider, Curcumin Inhibits Activation of Toll-like Receptor 4 by Amyloid-Beta in Human Monocytes
Troy Norton, Reconnecting the Disconnected
Sarah Henderson, The Effects of Idealized Images versus Non-Idealized Images on Gender and Body Perception
Daniel Hoover, Social Stigma and Knowledge of Epilepsy in Undergraduate Students
Mary Beth Irvine, Character Education as a Method to Build Critical Thinking
Nathan Cox, Kyle Campbell, Ryan Osborne and Luis Ocejo Web.com: Bullish, Bearish, or Right in Between?
Eric Hall, A Dynamic Computational Study of Synaptic Integration in a Neuron
Alexandra Pascu, -Gingerol Inhibition of TLR4-dependent Inflammatory Response of Human Monocytes to Hyaluronic Acid
Elizabeth Pernicone, The Lateral Hypothalamus’ Roles in Controlling Feeding Behavior Through Modulation of Neuronal Activity in the Gustatory Brainstem
Jennifer Levoy, Imprints
Dan Duvall, A Part of the Machine: Digital Video
Jennifer Schmitt, Two Women in Conversation: a Blues Approach to May Ayim and Audre Lorde
Nikki Holtzer, An Analysis of the Economic Potential of the United States of America’s Recent Trade Agreements with South Korea, Panama, and Columbia
Evan Chaput, Thriving Against Progress: The Florida Crackers of the Kissimmee River Valley
Kathryn-Hartikka, Taking a Stand: How Framing and Motivations Affects Student Social Justice Advocacy
Justin Bosco, Squeezing Profits: Projecting Revenue for Natural Juices
Tara Formisano, Phytochemical inhibition of MRP8/14-induced pro-atherosclerotic inflammation in human monocytes.
Congratulations to these students, and to all the students who presented this year.