Spring Symposium Logo 2018
Spring Symposium Logo 2018

Students who conducted independent research projects as part of Longwood University's summer STEM-H PRISM program will present their research during the Spring Symposium for Research and Creative Inquiry.


Stop by Ruffner 116 between 9:00 AM and 12:30 PM to hear about their research. Topics will include:


- Vernal Pool richness and diversity of species at High Bridge Trail State Park

- Evaluation of running anaerobic sprint test (RAST) in division 1 female soccer players across the summer and competitive seasons

- Concept Models as Planning Tools for Practicing Science Teachers

- A computational study of single molecule electronics

- The Physical and Acoustic Analysis of Wooden Baseball Bats Using Resonant Ultrasound Spectroscopy

- Using Yeast as a Model Organism to Study Cancer Mutations

- Is there an urban heat island in Farmville, Va?

- Effects of Aquatic Therapy on Salivary Cortisol in Autistic Versus Non-Autistic Children


and more! Please stop by to hear about the students' research.

Spring Symposium 2018 PRISM