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2020 Summer Research Opportunity Program (SROP) Virtual Symposium: Part One

July 28, 2020, 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm EDT

The 2020 Summer Research Opportunity Program (SROP) Virtual Symposium will showcase the amazing research conducted by this year’s cohort of rising scholars. Representing the social sciences, physical sciences and engineering, and the biological and health sciences, this year’s scholars worked with faculty members on virtual research projects that focused on a number of topics including, but not limited to: Racially Progressive Policies Within White Liberalism, SARS-CoV-2 Epitpoes for HLA-B Allotypes, Characterizing Biological Tissue With Machine Learning, and Latina Mother Activism and Reproductive Justice.

Given the number of students, presentations will occur over the course of two days—Tuesday July 28 and Wednesday July 29. Each day, 12 scholars will share their research twice—the first time between 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. and, again, from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. Divided into four presentation groups on both days, you will have the opportunity to hear from multiple students each hour. Click on one of the groups below to watch a virtual presentation.

Group One

  • Benjamin Diaz Villa, Numerical Analysis of Transonic Shockwave Buffeting on a NACA0012 Airfoil
  • William Myers, Analysis of Protein-DNA Binding Induced by cyclic-di-GMP in Vibrio cholerae
  • Stacey Cabrera, The Power of Support: Critical Reflection and Educational Outcomes Among Youth Organizers

Group Two

  • Vanessa Stubbs, SARS-CoV-2 Epitpoes for HLA-B Allotypes
  • Abbey Nkansah, Pipeline for Analyzing RNA Sequencing Data
  • Chelsea Waddell, Racially Progressive Policies Among White Americans

Group Three

  • Emily Lindblad, Outpatient Surgery
  • Lindsey English, Beverage Changes and BMI and Adiposity Changes
  • Ixel Hernández García, Partisanship and Treaty Ratification in Congress

Group Four

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  • Superior Murphy, Impacts of Immigration Raids
  • Kaitlin Littleberry, How Loudly Does Money Talk: Explaining the Relative Influence of the Grassroots and Resource-Rich Non-Profits in Environmental Controversies
  • Chynna Mills, Stigmatized Sexualities

We want to ensure full and equitable participation in our events. If an accommodation would promote your full participation in this event, please email nunnr@umich.edu to indicate your accommodation requirements. Please let us know as soon as possible in order to have adequate time (one week preferred) to arrange for your requested accommodation(s) or an effective alternative.

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Date:
July 28, 2020
Time:
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm EDT
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