Eleven University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students were honored with awards for their scholarly efforts at the Celebration of Scholarship last month.
Graduate student awards were given to Sandra Schaefer, English, for the oral presentation A Progressive Prescription: An Analysis of Epicene Pronouns and Feminism in American Style Manuals; and Brad Spanbauer, biology and microbiology, and anthropology, for the poster presentation, Are African Savannah Elephants Effective Seed Dispersers of Acacia tortilis?
The following six undergraduate students were each honored: Melanie Rae Zero-Kotze, anthropology and art, oral presentation, Fertility Fetish; Gerardo De La Teja and Claire Doty, communication and radio-TV-film, for the artistic presentation, Table for Two: A Short Narrative Film; Gorman Stock, chemistry, for the poster presentation, A Study of Human Glutathione Reductase Inhibition via Ab Initio Optimizations; Ryan Bures and Benjamin Sajdak, biology and microbiology, for the poster presentation, Muted Glial Cell Response in 13-Lined Ground Squirrel to Optic Nerve Crush.
Two students received the Clow Award: Ashley Leonardelli, psychology, for the poster presentation, Assessing Heterosexism in IPV Screening Tools; and Fabiola Navarro, psychology, for the poster presentation, Matching Sensory Channels of Relating in Romantic Relationships.
Jessica Griswold, nursing, was given the Nursing Research Award, for the poster presentation, Utilization of Adolescent Suicide Screening Tools by Primary Care Providers to Augment Early Detection of High-Risk Patients: A Systematic Review of the Literature.