Students Received Undergraduate Research Grant Support for 2018–2019
May 1, 2019
The following students were recipients of grant support for undergraduate research in 2018–2019. Awarded travel grants were: Laura Beaudet, psychology, “Williams Syndrome Sibling Survey” at the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Conference, which will be held August 6–9 in Glasgow, Scotland; Emily Buckley, psychology, “Crazy De-Accented Singaporeans: The Lack of Singlish in Crazy Rich Asians” at the Virginia Area Undergraduate Linguistics Colloquium (VALING) Conference, which took place April 13 in Williamsburg, Virginia; Esther Cho, literature and language and packaging systems and design, “Korean Pitch and Politeness” at the VALING Conference as well as “A Problem for the Frequency Code? A Perceptual Study of the Relationship between Pitch and Politeness in Korean” at the Southeastern Conference of Linguistics, which will take place May 30–June 2 in Boca Raton, Florida; Michelle Corinaldi, sociology, “Motherhood in the Workplace: A Sociological Exploration into the Negative Performance Standards, and Evaluations of Full-time Working Mothers” at the 6thAnnual Black Doctoral Network Conference, which was held October 25–27 in Charlotte, North Carolina; Nicole DeFoor, computational and systems neuroscience, “The Effect of Synthetic Speech on Human Behavior” at the VALING Conference; Emily Hoyt, human development, “Dementia Caregiving in Rural Appalachia: Culture Matters” at the Gerontological Society of America Annual Scientific Meeting Conference, which took place November 14–18 in Boston, Massachusetts; P’trice Jones, criminology and psychology, “Examining the Moderating Effect of Anxiety on Behavioral and Emotional Symptoms with Oppositional Problems” at the Anxiety and Depression Association of America Conference, which was held March 28–31 in Chicago, Illinois; Sydney Kulok, human development and psychology, “An Analysis of Social Competence in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Co-occurring Conduct Problems” at the International Society for Autism Research Annual Meeting 2019 Conference, which was held May 1–4 in Montreal, Canada; Timothy Miles, religion and culture, “Performance of Identity for Queer Appalachian Christians” at the Appalachian Studies Association Conference, which took place March 14–17 in Asheville, North Carolina; Joshua Oliver, political science, “Starving People Is Bad or Starving People Are Bad?” at the International Food Studies Conference, which was held October 24–25 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; and Brittany Russell, human development, “Perceptions and Ideologies Surrounding Cardi B’s Stigmatized Speech” at the VALING Conference. Awarded research grants were: Jessica Jordan, theatre arts, support for the production of “[title of show],” a musical; and Sydney Kulok, funds for NVivo Software to analyze qualitative data.