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Jaedyn Baker

We are pleased to announce that CSUDH graduate student Jaedyn Baker took home a 2nd-place award in the category of Humanities and Letters, Undergraduate and Graduate for her thesis presentation Unchecked Curiosity and “Masculine” Science: Foes of a Domestic Eden in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1831) at the 33rd Annual CSU Student Research Day competition hosted by California State University Fullerton.

Congratulations to Jaedyn and her faculty mentor Dr. Debra Best of the English Department, College of Arts and Humanities!

Congratulating Jaedyn and all student delegates for their Toro Pride and for making the entire campus community proud at the 33rd Annual CSU Student Research Day competition.

Our delegation included: Jessica Vinegar, Health Science, Vincent Tran and Jesus Nunez, Computer Science, Elvis Carrillo, Earth Science and Geography, Autumn Henderson, Biology, Jennifer Garcia and Eric Ayala, Digital Media Arts, Jessica Cisneros, Andrea Lupercio, Edward Riva and Drake Martes, Digital Media Arts. Jodi Aguilar, Liberal Studies, Sarah Mercado, Shawn Kim, Allison Litinger, Occupational Therapy, Regina Sarnicola, Tiffany Vu, Lorree Pham, Christina Villasenor, Occupational Therapy.

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO

2019 STUDENT RESEARCH DAY SESSION WINNERS!

EACH WINNING FIRST PLACE PRESENTATION WINS A CASH PRIZE OF $100 AND

THE SECOND PLACE PRESENTATION WINS A PRIZE OF $50.

Session1st & 2nd Place Winners
Behavioral & Social Sciences I

First Place:
Jessica Vinegar, Health Science, Perceived Competency in Male Dominated Jobs among Gender Nonconforming Women vs Gender Conforming Women
Faculty Mentor: Archana Sharma, Health Science


Second Place:
Jenna Knight, Psychology, Performance Validity Testing in Undergraduates
Faculty Mentor: Tara Victor, Psychology

Behavioral & Social Sciences II

First Place:
Madeline Calixte, Behavioral Sciences
Outcomes of Fostering Our Youth’s Education
Faculty Mentor: Sonja Ulrich, Behavioral Sciences


Second Place:
Karina Mendez, Matthew Iya, Lisa Nguyen, Occupational Therapy
Therapy Lived Experience in Transitions from Independent to Sheltered Living
Faculty Mentor: Heather Kitching, Occupational Therap

Behavioral & Social Sciences III

First Place:
Stephanie Gaston, Mathematics
On the Classification of Graphs Based on Their Rank Numbers
Faculty Mentor: Jobby Jacob (Rochester Institute of Technology)


Second Place:
Violet Quann, Stephany Ortiz Chavez, Psychology
Which Barriers are Correlated with Medical Compliance Among College Students?
Faculty Mentor: Erin Merz, Psychology

Behavioral & Social Sciences IV

First Place:
Andrew Luu, Psychology
Digital Metacognition Mediates the Impact if Technological Anxiety, Boredom, and Execitive Dysfuntion on Course Performance.
Faculty Mentor: Larry Rosen, Psychology


Second Place:
Ray Jaquez, Christian Harms, Psychology
Design Your Life: An Innovative Career Readiness Intervention for College Students
Faculty Mentor: Heather Butler, Psychology

Behavioral & Social Sciences V

First Place:
Sandra Cortez, Clinical Psychology
Measuring Workplace Aggression Using Heart Rate Response
Faculty Mentor: Thomas Norman, Management


Second Place:
Ian A. Klinger, Sociology
My Dad called Him a “Devil Worshipper”: Religious Deconversion Experiences of Students at CSU Dominguez Hills
Faculty Mentor: Matt G. Mutchler, Sociology

Biological & Agricultural Sciences I

First Place:
Autumn Henderson, Biology
Higher Expression of Motility Related Genes in Evolved Escherichia coli
Faculty Mentor: Karin Kram, Biology


Second Place:
Lizett Gonzalez Carreron, Biology
The Characterization of the SspA Regulon in Escherichia coli in the Long-term Stationary Phase
Faculty Mentor: Karin Kram, Biology

Business, Economics, & Public Administration I

First Place:
Andrew Luu, Business Administration
Digital Effectiveness and Motivation to Succeed at College: from the Viewpoints of Generation Z.
Faculty Mentor: Nancy Deng, Business Administration


Second Place:
Jason Richman, Public Administration
Entrepreneurial Activity Analysis, Orange County versus South Bay
Faculty Mentor: Fynnwin Prager, Public Administration

Business, Economics, & Public Administration II

First Place:
Shainna Cato, Tiffani Cameron, Management
Wingstop Quality Service Analysis
Faculty Mentor: Orie Berezen, Management


Second Place:
Eugene Cox II, Psychology
Understanding Technology Competences and Digital Collaboration of African-American College Students and Their Peers: An Empirical Study.
Faculty Mentor: Nancy Deng, Information Systems and Operation Management

Computer Science & Engineering I

First Place:
Vincent Tran, Computer Science
Protecting the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle from Cyberattacks
Faculty Mentor: Ajay Katangur, Computer Science

Second Place:
Jeremy Smith, Computer Science
Website Design through the Decades
Faculty Mentor: Mohsen Beheshti, Computer Science

 

Computer Science & Engineering II

First Place:
Aishwarya Murkute, Computer Science
Object Detection and Recognition using In Real Time using OpenCV and YOLO
Faculty Mentor: Roman Tankelevich, Computer Science

Computer Science & Engineering III

First Place:
Ashwini Kumar Singh, Computer Science
Continuous Integration and Deployment with Jenkins and Kubernetes and Docker
Faculty Mentor: Bhrigu Celly, Computer Science

Creative Arts I

First Place:
Jennifer Garcia, Eric Ayala, Digital Media Arts
Body Dysmorphia
Faculty Mentor: George Vinovich, Digital Media Arts


Second Place:
Jennifer Garcia, Tom Gonzalez, JP Zamora, Digital Media Arts
DACA Documentary
Faculty Mentor: George Vinovich, Digital Media Arts

Creative Arts II

First Place:
Jessica Cisneros, Andrea Lupercio, Edward Rivas, Drake Martes, Digital Media Arts
Ascent – Life of a Climber
Faculty Mentor: George Vinovich, Digital Media Arts


Second Place:
Darlene Davis, Child Development
Age and Cultural Differences in Contents of Picture Books
Faculty Mentor: Megumi Kuwabara, Child Development

Education I

First Place:
Jodi Aguilar, Liberal Studies
Barrio Maestras - Introducing the Praxis of Queer Educadoras / Content / Theoria in K-5 Escuelas
Faculty Mentor: P. Zitlali Morales (University of Illinois at Chicago)


Second Place:
Ariana Munoz, Education
Healing, Learning, and Beloved Communities: Applying a Trauma-informed Framework in Elementary Classrooms
Faculty Mentor: Edward Curammeng, Education

Health, Nutrition & Clinical Science I

First Place:
Nicole Astorian, Theodora Chan, Vivian Huynh, Occupational Therapy
Exploring the Experiences of Occupational Therapists in Facilitating Animal-assisted Therapy
Faculty Mentor: Terry Peralta-Catipon, Occupational Therapy


Second Place:
Aaron Halva, Teresa Cao, Beverly Dovan, Occupational Therapy
The Effects of Mindfulness on Occupational Engagement: A Narrative Analysis
Faculty Mentor: Heather Kitching, Occupational Therapy

Health, Nutrition & Clinical Science II

First Place:
Sarah Mercado, Shawn Kim, Allison Litzinger, Occupational Therapy
The Lived Experience of Women Coping with Breast Cancer: A Photovoice Study
Faculty Mentor: Heather Kitching, Occupational Therapy


Second Place:
Zurit Horowitz, David Holden, Occupational Therapy
The Lived Experience of Participating in Extreme Sports as Leisure Occupations
Faculty Mentor: Heather Kitching, Occupational Therapy

Humanities & Letters I

First Place:
Jaedyn Baker, English
Unchecked Curiosity and “Masculine” Science: Foes of a Domestic Eden in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1831)
Faculty Mentor: Debra Best, English


Second Place:
Thaithao Nguyen, History
The Vietnamese Women of Little Saigon
Faculty Mentor: Judy Wu, Asian American Studies, University of California, Irvine

Humanities & Letters II

First Place:
Porscha Singh, Communications
The Sweet Representations of Queen Sugar
Faculty Mentor: Jennifer Brandt, Women's Studies


Second Place:
Paula Sherrin, English
Effects of the “Uncanny” in Jordan Peele’s Get Out
Faculty Mentor: Helen Oesterheld, English

Physical & Mathematical Sciences

First Place:
Elvis Carrillo, Earth Science and Geography
Assessing Social-Economic Impacts of Earthquakes in Southern California
Faculty Mentor: Brendan McNulty, Earth Science and Geography


Second Place:
Scarlett Zamora, Earth Science
Waste Audits at CSUDH
Faculty Mentor: Cheyenne Cummings, Earth Science and Geography

Posters Sesion Wednesday (afternoon)

First Place:
Andreh Khachaturians, Public Administration
American Attitudes on Immigrants Impact on the Economy
Faculty Mentor: Elena Kulikov, Public Administration


Second Place:
Andrew Luu, Business Administration
Will Robots Take Our Jobs? Understanding Trends in the Future of Work and Skills fir a Digital Workforce.
Faculty Mentor: Nancy Deng, Business Administration


Third Place:
Nathan Castro, Communications
Financial Literacy After-School Programs: A Survey and Exploratory Study
Faculty Mentor: Jennifer Brodmann, Economics

 

Posters Session Thursday (morning)

First Place:
Stephanie Torres, Psychology Differences Between the Use of Instagram and Twitter on Self-Disclosure
Faculty Mentor: Larry Rosen, Psychology


Second Place:
Ryan Butler, Psychology
Can Google Cardboard's Virtual Reality Platform aid in Learning and Memory?                                                                         Faculty Mentor: Larry Rosen, Psychology


Third Place:
Alicia Rodriguez, Psychology
Examining Motivational Factors among College Students Who Were Formally Foster Youth
Faculty Mentor: Phu Phan, Human Services

Posters Session Thursday (afternoon)

First Place:
Andrea Sosa, Earth Science
Are CSUDH Restroom Fixtures Water Efficient?
Faculty Mentor: Cheyenne Cummings, Earth Science and Geography


Second Place:
Elvis Carrillo, Earth Science and Geography
Estimated Losses Associated with Simulated Earthquakes in Southern California
Faculty Mentor: Parveen Chhetri, Earth Science and Geography


Third Place:
Vanessa Frias, Child Development
Children Perform the Same on Continuous and Discretized Formats in Proportional Reasoning Tasks and it is Not Related to Inhibitory Control
Faculty Mentor: Kreshnik Begolli, Child Development