Friday, November 13, 2020 

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9-9:50am

Moderator: Dr. Amy Woodbury Tease

Natalie Sophia Cerna ’21 (Criminal Justice & Spanish), Contradictions among Current Immigration Policy, and Examining Avenues for Reform

Jacob Folsom ’21 (Computer Science), A deep dive into the Playstation 4

Beatrice Sullivan ’22 (Criminal Justice), The Patriot Act: how it prevents crime, and the misconceptions behind it


10-10:50am

Moderator: Dr. Laurie Grigg

Alvin Law ’22 (Nursing), Efficacy of Yoga on the Quality of Life in Cancer Patients

Rebecca Garcia ’21 (Psychology/Spanish), Culture Shock and its effect on Mental Wellbeing

Charles Vasas ’23 (Architecture/Computer Science), Roadblocks to a Sustainable Future: How government and companies block the way


11-11:50am

Moderator: Dr. Kyle Pivetti

Vincent Alessi ’21 (Computer Science/Mathematics & Psychology), Utilizing Attention as a failsafe in Brain-Computer Interfaces

Charles William Gunnels ’24 (Studies of War and Peace), Introduction of African American Cadets to Norwich

Johannes Shephard ’21 (International Studies/French), Going To War: Comparing American language to French in narrating War and the experience of War


12-12:50pm

Moderator: Dr. Amy Woodbury Tease

Gwendalynn Clark ’21 (Computer Science), Cryptology and the Dangers of Images on Social Media

Jonathan Mahan ’21 (History/Philosophy & Sociology), Pet Paradox: Vegan Morality and Animal Companionship

Robert Frank Popeleski ’21 (Computer Science), Reliable form integrity with Javascript


1-1:50pm

Moderator: Dr. Kaitlin Thomas

Lydia Brown ’23 (Criminal Justice/Psychology), The Effect of Pollution on Vermont’s Waterways: Manure Runoff

Renata De Paiva ‘23 (Computer Science), Ethics in the Technology: AI, Robots, Internet of Things

Alex Rosas ’23 (Biology/English), The Effects of Audio Outside of Human Hearing Range on Mental Health in College Students


2-2:50pm

Moderator: Dr. Amy Woodbury Tease

Zane Fockler ’23 (Environmental Science), Establishing a plan for a pollinator garden on the campus of Norwich University

Jared Macias ’21 (Computer Science), Internet of Things Forensic Data Loss Mitigation

Anamika Usman ’24 (Biochemistry), Are Snails the Ultimate Cure: A Study on the Antibacterial Properties of Mucin Proteins


3-3:50pm

Moderator: Dr. Addie Armstrong

Robyn Dudley ’22 (Political Science & International Studies/Spanish), Government Types and Aid Implementation Effectiveness

Faith Poor ’22 (Biology), Analysis of Beta-lactam Antibiotics in Local Waterways and Their Cytotoxic Effects

Korben Whitt-Leitner ’24 (History/Economics), Upon a Hill: how conservatism drove American Foreign Policy from Expansionism to the Invasion of Iraq


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