CHSS students take part in fall 2021 OSCAR virtual Celebration of Student Scholarship and Impact

CHSS students take part in fall 2021 OSCAR virtual Celebration of Student Scholarship and Impact

On Thursday and Friday, December 9-10, Mason’s Office of Student Scholarship, Creative Activities, and Research (OSCAR) presented a virtual Celebration of Student Scholarship and Impact, including the research of 13 CHSS students:

  • English major Elise Mertz presented Acting Your Age: Marriage and Adulthood in Pride and Prejudice, with advisor Anthony Hoefer
  • Sociology major James Condo presented Addressing Trauma and Minority Stress: Towards an Intersectional Approach to EMDR with LGBT-POC Clients with advisor Anthony Hoefer
  • History major Ege Gunes presented America’s Horror Pastime: How Late 1970s-Early 1980s Horror Movies Reflected the State of America with advisor Laura Jane Moore
  • Psychology major Kayla Herrera presented Building Trust using Algorithmic Transparency in Automation with advisor Tyler Shaw
  • Criminology, law and society major Levi Weaver presented Duty Among the Detained: Exploring Prisoners' Duties to Others Inside and Outside of Prison During Incarceration with advisor Taylor Hartwell
  • Psychology major Rachel Barkey presented Effect of Foraging Crumbles on Aggression in Mice with advisor Jane Flinn
  • History major Vincent Cervone presented HIV on George Mason's Campus and the University's Response with advisor Laura Jane Moore
  • Environmental and Sustainability Studies major Aishah-Nyeta Brown presented Teakeyland with advisor Jenn Sklarew
  • Psychology major Erika McMillan presented The Impact of COVID-19 on College Students‚ Anxiety and Health with advisor Jerome Short
  • Communication major Eric-Guardado-Avalos presented The Soccer Pitch as a Societal Identity Workspace: The Case of the Athletic Club de Bilbao with advisor Sarah Wittman
  • History major Samuel Aceret presented Under-Fire and Underground: U.S Servicemember Activism during the Vietnam Conflict (1965-1973) with advisor Laura Moore
  • Psychology major Sydney Foss presented When do children start to use syllogistic reasoning? with advisor Sabine Doebel
  • Psychology major Jordan Hassani presented Why Do Children Write Letters and Numbers Backwards? with advisor Sabine Doebel

In addition, forensic science major Sophia DelGaudio presented Understanding Resident Empathy within Restricted Housing Units, working with advisors Justin Ramsdell and Jennifer Brielmaier from the Departments of Psychology, and Danielle Rudes from Criminology, Law and Society.

Psychology major Sydney Foss was among five students recognized with Top Presenter awards. Congratulations to Sydney!

Recordings of the presentations can be viewed on the webpage for the Celebration of Student Scholarship and Impact, where viewers were able to leave comments for the students.