Colin Deady, Evelyn Swatkowski and Kayla Weidner present research

The following local students presented undergraduate research findings at University of Wisconsin-Whitewater as part of Undergraduate Research Day :

  • Colin Deady, of Trevor, who is majoring in marketing, presented the following project(s): The Wall Street Journal Experience (WSJ | X) .
  • Evelyn Swatkowski, of Kenosha, who is majoring in biology, presented the following project(s): Behavioral Interactions Between Peromyscus maniculatus, Microtus pennsylvanicus, and Zapus hudsonius .
  • Kayla Weidner, of Bristol, who is majoring in Elementary Education, presented the following project(s): Making the Concept Physical: A Choreographic Exploration .

Warhawks presented a diverse array of projects for spring 2019. A free, public event ran in the James R. Connor University Center Hamilton Room to display the research and give students a chance to talk about their work.

Projects ranged from economics, social work and psychology to performing and creative art pieces. Many of the students have been preparing their research and working alongside their faculty mentors for a year or more.

As a longstanding UW-Whitewater tradition, Undergraduate Research Day has grown not only in numbers, but in the quality and the array of the research being presented, said Jalal Nawash, director.


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