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Summer 2020 Scholarly and Creative Activities Virtual Symposium Program

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Summer 2020 Scholarly and Creative Activities Virtual Symposium Program
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Schoarly and Creative Activities
Research and Individualized Student Experiences
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The office of Research and Individualized Student Experiences (RISE) at SUNY Oswego serves to encourage and facilitate scholarly and creative activities that enhance educational experiences and prepares students for their career path. Our mission is to support a wide range of mentored, self-directed work that is designed to enable students to apply the knowledge learned in classes.
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SUMMER 2020 Scholarly and Creative Activities Virtual Symposium digitallibrary.oswego.edu/summer2020scas

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Among the programs represented are: Challenge Grant Program, Faculty and Student SCAC Grants, Faculty Mini-Grant, Possibilities Scholars. PRESENTATION TOPICS 1. A Method for Comparing Song Repertoires in Urban vs. Rural Northern Cardinals Baldassarre, D. T. and Goodman, B., SUNY Oswego https://digitallibrary.oswego.edu/AA00000245/00001 2. Characterization of Filamin’s Involvement in Response to Mechanical Stimuli Buckler, S. and Artemenko, Y., SUNY Oswego https://digitallibrary.oswego.edu/SUOS000904/00001 3. The Role of _-actinin in Dictyostelium Discoideum Response to Mechanical Stimuli Cole, A. and Artemenko, Y., SUNY Oswego https://digitallibrary.oswego.edu/AA00000234/00001 4. Genetic Screening to Find Novel Regulators of Tumor Suppressor Homolog Kinase Responsive to Stress B (KrsB) Fingar, E., Khan, A., Ratnayake, S., and Artemenko, A., SUNY Oswego https://digitallibrary.oswego.edu/SUOS000905/00001 5. Regulation of Ras-Associated Protein-1 By Kinase Responsive to Stress B in Dictyostelium Discoideum Flores, T and Artemenko, Y., SUNY Oswego https://digitallibrary.oswego.edu/AA00000247/00001 6. Monitoring Subsurface and Surface Processes at McIntyre’s Bluff, Sterling, NY, Using 3D Modeling and Geophysical Methods Frieman, R., Lee, R., and Clark, M., SUNY Oswego https://digitallibrary.oswego.edu/AA00000244/00001 7. Analysis of Diphenhydramine (DPH) in Aqueous Solutions Haddadi, S. and Woodside, K., SUNY Oswego https://digitallibrary.oswego.edu/AA00000243/00001 8. Resting State Functional Connectivity of the Periaqueductal Gray Area (PAG) in Association to Threat Bias in Anxiety Disorders Hu, S. and Roberts, K., SUNY Oswego https://digitallibrary.oswego.edu/AA00000235/00001 9. E-Cigarette Health Crisis: What Do We Know About the Risk Perceptions, Attitudes, Norms, and Use of E-Cigarettes Among College Students Jung, T., Dai, M., and Thweatt, K., SUNY Oswego https://digitallibrary.oswego.edu/AA00000237/00001 10. Discover Wellness: Worksite Health Promotion in Higher Education Keida, E., SUNY Oswego https://digitallibrary.oswego.edu/AA00000229/00001 11. Correlation Analysis of Urinary Metals on Cardiovascular/Psychological Parameters Labrie-Cleary, C., Gayvert, C, and Bendinskas, K., SUNY Oswego https://digitallibrary.oswego.edu/AA00000246/00001

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PRESENTATION TOPICS 12. Website Accessibility in the Healthcare Marketplace Mushtare, R., Thornton, M., Brightman, K., and Rescigno, F., SUNY Oswego https://digitallibrary.oswego.edu/AA00000233/00001 13. The Role of Talin A in KrsBmediated Adhesion of Dictyostelium Discoideum Nearbin, A. and Artemenko, Y, SUNY Oswego https://digitallibrary.oswego.edu/AA00000242/00001 14. Analyzing the Genetics of Uric Acid Degradation by the Bacterium Acetobacter Fabarum Newell, P. and Dodangoda, H., SUNY Oswego https://digitallibrary.oswego.edu/AA00000241/00001 15. Investigation of The Role of KrsB in Rap1Mediated Adhesion of Dictyostelium Discoideum Roberts, K. and Artemenko, Y., SUNY Oswego https://digitallibrary.oswego.edu/AA00000232/00001 16. An Exploration of Hyperfine Structure of Rubidium within the 5P_{3/2} Excited-State Using Saturated Absorption Spectroscopy Rupasinghe, P. and Le, T., SUNY Oswego https://digitallibrary.oswego.edu/AA00000249/00001 17. Reoptimizing an eDNA Assay Specific to Painted Turtles That Can Later Be Applied to Species of Conservation Concern Sard, N., Rosenbaum, P., and Pavord, L., SUNY Oswego http://digitallibrary.oswego.edu//AA00000239/00001 18. Bathymetric Mapping and Lake Shoreline Characterization at Green Lakes State Park Stroup, J., Lee, R., Insolia, N., and Becker, A., SUNY Oswego http://digitallibrary.oswego.edu/l/AA00000236/00001 19. Implementation of a Cyber-Physical Autonomous Vehicle Testbed Tenbergen, B., Chan, K. Y., and Nguyen, H., SUNY Oswego https://digitallibrary.oswego.edu/AA00000231/00001 20. Building a Multi-Lateral Cyber-Physical Drone Network Using XBee Tenbergen, B.and Zhang, Y., SUNY Oswego https://digitallibrary.oswego.edu/AA00000230/00001 21. What State is Environmental DNA Found and Does that Affect Detection Rates in the North American River Otter? Waloven, S. and Sard, N., SUNY Oswego http://digitallibrary.oswego.edu//AA00000238/00001 The oce of Research and Individualized Student Experiences (RISE) at SUNY Oswego serves to encourage and facilitate scholarly and creative activities that enhance educational experiences and prepares students for their career path. Our mission is to support a wide range of mentored, self-directed work that is designed to enable students to apply the knowledge learned in classes. Opportunities for students: RISE Travel Grants: RISE oers support for students presenting work at conferences Student Minigrants: up to $150. Grants are designed to support students in their research or creative eorts by granting small funds for independent projects that are not associated directly with course work For more info, visit www.oswego.edu/rise or contact rise@oswego.edu