Students Present Research at CURIO
Undergraduate students Krista Latham working with Drs. Agnich and Policastro, and Mackenzie McBride working with Dr. Posick presented research at the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences’ Center for Undergraduate Research and Intellectual Opportunities (CURIO) Symposium on April 22, 2015.
Mackenzie’s poster presentation, “The Brain and Criminality: A Biosocial Approach,” explored the sociological, psychological, and biological theories of adolescent violent and delinquent behaviors. Krista’s presentation, “Sexual Dating Violence: The Effects of Alcohol, Drug Use, and Sexual Orientation,” utilized a university dataset to examine the relationship between drug and alcohol abuse, sexual behavior, sexual orientation, and sexual victimization in the context of dating relationships. Krista’s research was further recognized, as she was the recipient of the CURIO Award for Social Sciences.
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