WSU Vancouver students share wideranging research at event

first_imgUndergraduate studentsTriana Collins, creative media and digital culture program, “A Children’s Market — Sex Slavery in Portland and Vancouver.”Khon Truong, molecular biology, “Effects Of Tyrosinase-Related Protein 1b and Tyrosinase on Melanin Synthesis.”Rebecca Bawal and Jocelyn Menefee, human development, “Core Health Messages: A Strategy to Improve the Health and Well-Being of Rural Low-Income Families.”Graduate studentsJason Potwora and Wendi Benson and Dr. Armando Estrada, psychology, “Perceived Severity of Specific Types of Sexual Harassment: The Role of Gender Beliefs.”Berk Gonenc, mechanical engineering, “Force Control With Hybrid Actuator for Virtual Needle Insertion.”Rebecca Martin, science, “Dissolved Organic Nitrogen Export from Land to Surface Water: Hydrologic Controls and the N-Stream Fate.”FacultyDr. Stephen Kucer, teaching and learning, “Going Beyond the Author: What Retellings Tell Us About Comprehending Narrative and Expository Texts.”For more information on programs at WSUVThe Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching ranks Washington State University in its top tier for research institutions and in curricular engagements and community partnerships. That includes the Vancouver branch campus, which offers studies in topics as diverse as child sex slavery and sensor-based learning environments for local education groups.last_img

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