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Mount Union hosts annual SCHOLAR Day

ALLIANCE — The University of Mount Union hosted its annual Student Celebration Honoring Our Latest Academic Research (SCHOLAR) Day in a hybrid in-person/virtual model April 20.

SCHOLAR Day is traditionally a campus-wide, day-long event filled with presentations showcasing academic excellence and scholarly research conducted by Mount Union students.

While still adhering to Covid-19 safety protocols, Mount Union provided limited in-person attendance to the poster and formal presentations, while still offering a livestream option to those off-campus.

. Tucker Cope III, a civil engineering major of Columbiana, was selected for work on a poster titled “Sustainable Erosion Control System.”

. Bailey Balderson, a public relations major of Alliance, was selected for work on a poster titled “RSM for U-M-YOU.”

. Brenna Walker, a public relations major of Beloit, was selected for work on a poster titled “RSM for U-M-YOU.”

. Teresa Woerther, a graphic design and marketing major of Alliance, was selected for work on a poster titled “As Time Passed: A four-part zine collection.”

. Wyatt Kohl, an athletic training major of E Rochester, was selected for work on a poster titled “The Ketogenic Diet as Treatment for Individuals Diagnosed with Epilepsy.”

. Olivia Buch, an art education and French major of Alliance, was selected for work on a poster titled “Through My Eyes.”

. Jenna Smith, an exercise science major of Beloit, was selected for work on a poster titled “Does Red Bull Increase Distance Traveled Among Aerobic Recreationally Active College-Aged Students?”

. Jarod Hunter, a biology major of Sebring, was selected for work on a poster titled “Analyzing Biodiversity and Water Quality to Determine Overall Health of Ponds at the Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center.”

. Alysha Mitzel, a human development and family science major of Alliance, was selected for work on a formal presentation titled “Which screen to watch: How distractions influence the grades of individuals in online learning.”

. Megan Denny, a criminal justice and Spanish major of Alliance, was selected for work on a formal presentation titled “Social Change and Surrealism in the Spanish Speaking World.”

. Dante Seruch, a psychology major of Sebring, was selected for work on a formal presentation titled “Political Party Affiliation & Risk Propensity.”

. Savannah Fuller, a psychology and criminal justice major of Alliance, was selected for work on a formal presentation titled “Political Party Affiliation & Risk Propensity.”

. John Madison, a history and political science major of Alliance, was selected for work on a formal presentation titled “The Cold War Turned Hot: Douglas MacArthur’s Impact on the Korean War and Beyond.”

. Kayla Sitler, a human development and family science major of Leetonia, was selected for work on a formal presentation titled “Adversity within the College Population During a Pandemic.”

. Mackenzie Wiley, an integrated media major of Alliance, was selected for work on a formal presentation titled “Dealing with Abuse Through Film.”

. Cassandra SierraValle, a psychology major of Alliance, was selected for work on a formal presentation titled “Emotions, Memory, and Significance.”

. Sarah Foster, a human development and family science major of Homeworth, was selected for work on a formal presentation titled “Emotions, Memory, and Significance.”

Learn more at mountunion.edu/scholar-day.

SCHOLAR Day, which began in 2008, highlights the research projects of Mount Union’s undergraduate and graduate students.

The continued success of this academic tradition is made possible through the generous support of George ’58 and Sally (Shrake ’59) Stradley of Hartville, Ohio and the Donald and Alice Noble Foundation of Wooster, Ohio.

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