Class of 2016
Simone Akgulian, Public Health and Portuguese, Feminization of the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Latin America
Jennie Barker, International Relations and German,The Kurdish conflict in Turkey; relations between the European Union and the Middle East.
Victoria Barry, Art History and English, Modern and Contemporary art in America
Nina Baumgartner, Neuroscience and Gender Studies, Sex differences, the applications of gender and sexuality to biological sciences, and the inherent sex bias in biomedical research
Amelia Bayroff, Sociology and Social Policy and Practice, Development of girls who play youth sports versus those who do not, particularly in the areas of success in school, developing positive relationships with peers and authority figures, and crime and poverty rates.
Erin Brock, Public Health and Latin American Studies, malnutrition, obesity, and food deserts in Central America.
Taylor Feingold, Psychology and Digital Media Production, Psychology of serial killers.
Taylor Fox, Gender and Sexuality Studies and Philosophy; Domestic violence, prison reform, sex worker rights, and AIDS.
Margaret (Meg) Harlan, Environmental Science, Environmental Science and the impact of different world cultures on natural surroundings.
Sara Beth Harrell, Public Heath, The correlation between poverty and obesity and how an individual's environment affects their diet.
Sarah Lohmeier, Cell Biology and Computer Science, computer programs to predict protein folding.
Madeline Nicholson, Public Health, Exercise and nutrition, women's health, diabetes, and nutrition for mothers and children
Anneke Olson, Psychology and Sociology, Developmental psychopathology, particularly regarding the manifestation of Autism spectrum disorders and anxiety disorders.
Kathryn Robinson, Biomedical Engineering, Gene therapy and genetic engineering.
Carly Rosen, Neuroscience and Public Health, Cognitive neuroscience.
Jamie Rosenberg, Environmental Biology, genetics and evolution at the level of DNA.
Gabriella Runnels, Economics and Math, Poverty and inequality in Louisiana at the intersection of race, class, and gender.
Michelle Sheena, Neuroscience, Child development and perception.
Sheila Wright, Chemical Engineering, Petrochemicals.
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