Summer Research Scholar Profiles

Learn more about what the research past scholars have completed through this program.

2019 Summer Research Scholars

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Mallory Baucom, '19

Mallory Baucom studied ways to enhance the effectiveness of programs for first-year students.

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Cailen Blaire, '20

Cailen Blaire's research prepares her for dental school entrance exam.

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Nola Webb, '20

Nola Webb's research helps her gain the skills needed to start and grow a business.

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2018 Summer Research Scholars

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Madeline Bame, '21

Madeline Bame investigated whether or not music impacts graduation rates.

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Luke Gazak, '18

Luke Gazak studied mushroom and fungus species along the Broad River.

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Savannah Hollifield, '19

Savannah Hollifield conducted testing for the American College of Sports Medicine.

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Damian Hutchins, '19

Damian Hutchins conducted research on growth hormone replacement.

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Jacob Jackson, '19

Jacob Jackson created a new vegetable waste disposal process.

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Yuri Kurerov, '21

Yuri Kurerov used new instrumentation to characterize anti-cancer compound.

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Bethany Leap, '19

Bethany Leap studied the effects of long-term indiscriminate violence by rebel forces on the outcomes of civil wars.

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Hannah Roberts, '19

Hannah Roberts developed first section of science fiction novel about colonialism, environmentalism, and ethnocentrism.

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McKenzi Sexton, '18

McKenzi Sexton discovered more than 2,000 insect pollinators near campus.

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Sarah Traylor, '18

Sarah Traylor studied the life of missionary and author Elisabeth Elliott.

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Kate Vriesema, '19

Kate Vriesema studied how mental health illness is portrayed in Young Adult fiction.

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Ally Ward, '19

Ally Ward analyzed gendered language in the sport hunting community.

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Madison Weavil, '19

Madison Weavil used her photography skills to highlight group's work in prisons.

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2017 Summer Research Scholars

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Dalton Blackmon, '18

Dalton Blackmon studied black economic life in Atlanta, Ga., after the Civil War.

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Sarah Branch, '18

Sarah Branch conducted research what GWU is doing to reduce energy and water use, as well as decrease carbon dioxide emissions.

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Caroline Burnette, '19

Caroline Burnette studied Victorian-era gender roles and mental illness perception.

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Summer Byers, '18

Summer Byers began work on an original young-adult science fiction novel.

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Eli Hardin, '18

Eli Hardin researched Hurricane Katrina evacuation plans from the New Orleans mayor's office.

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Aaron Hilton, '18

Aaron Hilton studied dystopian/apocalyptic fiction and applied that research to his own writing to create an original piece.

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Ruthie Lievsay, '18

Ruthie Lievsay’s undergraduate research focused on mental disorders.

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Rachael Meachem, '18

Rachael Meachem helped underprivileged kids remove obstacles to education.

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Mallory Moore, '18

Mallory Moore examined suicide and depression in modern films.

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Ethan Ramsey, '18

Ethan Ramsey focused on American Revolution perspectives.

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