Undergraduates Present Research at University Symposium
Five undergraduate students presented their research at the 2014 Annual Research Symposium at Georgia Southern on April 15.
Three of the students, Shanna Felix, Meghan Hale, and Jack Lightfoot will be starting graduate school with a concentration in Criminal Justice and Criminology in the fall.
Working with Drs. Laura Agnich, Christina Policastro, and Laurie Gould, students Shanna Felix and Alexandra Breed presented their research on sexual orientation and bystander interventions in cases of sexual assault.
Working with Drs. Laurie Gould and Laura Agnich, student Meghan Hale presented her research on the use of the death penalty cross-nationally.
Working with Dr. Laurie Gould, students Kayla Hulon and Jack Lightfoot presented research on the effects of corporal punishment during childhood on risk-taking behaviors.