All Scholars Week 2021

April 19-23, 2021

All Scholars Week is a campus-wide celebration of scholarship at Marietta College. All Scholars Week provides students an opportunity to share their research, creative projects, and senior capstone projects with the Marietta College Community. Students give talks, poster presentations, demonstrations, and performances for audiences that span across disciplines, demonstrating the importance of the liberal arts at Marietta College.

Schedule of Presenters - Oral Sessions

Honors (Monday 4-5pm)

Presentation ID Title of Project Name: First Name: Last Add. Authors
A41 Investigation of Dinitroparaben-Induced Apoptotic Death in M624 Melanoma Cells Sarah McNeer Dr. Suzanne Parsons
Chris Rasnake
Sophia Traussi
Dr. Kevin Pate
A42 The depiction of female emotion as seen through Renaissance artists Artemisia Gentileschi and Michelangelo Caravaggio's Judith Slaying Holofernes and Artemisia Gentileschi and Cavaliere d’Arpino’s Susanna and the Elders Leah Seaman  

Education (Monday 7-9pm)

Presentation ID Title of Project Name: First Name: Last Add. Authors
A43 Impact of Juvenile Incarceration on Student Learning Emma Christman Dr. Judd-Pucella
A44 The Effects of Covid-19 has on Mental Health Kelsie Warnock  
A45 Research-Based Poster Presentation: Effectiveness of Completely Virtual Learning Haley Ross  
A46 Teacher Leadership Poster Presentation Charlotte Kearns  

Music Therapy (Monday 7:30-8:30)

There is currently no oral sessions for Music Therapy scheduled

Physics (Wednesday 4-5pm)

Presentation ID Title of Project Name: First Name: Last Add. Authors
A7 Scanning Tunnelling Microscopy of 1,8-Octanedithiol on Gold Film Vivian Thomas  
A8 Measuring Resistivity Change on Au (1,1,1) Thin Films and Installing an Argon Sputtering Device Ryan McGuinness Dennis E. Kuhl

Music (Wednesday 4-6pm)

Presentation ID Title of Project Name: First Name: Last Add. Authors
A37 Healing of Survivors of Sexual Exploitation Through Music Therapy Elizabeth Reid-Bey  
A38 Proper Self-Care Lindsey McCoy Emma Reed
A39 Summary of Music Authenticity: Client Preferred Music the Way Clients Prefer AMTA Conference 2020 Haven Blough  
A40 Bass in Rock and Roll  Michael Shrader  

Biology Day #1 (Wednesday 5-7:30pm)

Presentation ID Title of Project Name: First Name: Last Add. Authors
A9 Effects Pharmacological Compounds Have on Reducing Myocardial Reperfusion Injury when Presented During or Following Hypoxia Danielle Reed  
A10 The Impact of Using Stem Cells During Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Alliya Duritza  
A11 Treatment of Ovarian Cancer: Chemotherapy vs. PARP Inhibitors  Abbi Thompson  
A12 The effects of caffeine intake on athletic performance  Rylie  Malatak  
A13 Identification of two mesopredators at the Barbara A. Beiser field station Courtney Shine  
A14 Impact of Physical Therapy on Children with Down Syndrome Katie Conkle  

Biology Day #2 (Thursday 5-7:30pm)

Presentation ID Title of Project Name: First Name: Last Add. Authors
A15 Effect of Waterborne Fluoxetine on Xenopus laevis Development Grace Gebhart  
A16 Effective Treatment Post Anoxic Brain Injury Cash Presnell  
A17 The Benefits of Kinesiology Tape on the Knee Theresa LaGreca  
A18 Motor Recovery for Stroke Patients Chloe Williams  
A19 Looking at Alzheimer's Disease Intervention Through the Non-pharmacological Lens  Adelyn Posti  
A20 Fecal Coliform Concentration of Gooserun Creek Marietta, Ohio Sienna Ahlers  
A21 UV-Induced Lipid Content Variation in Chlorella vulgaris. Brandon Neville  

Theatre (Thursday 4-5pm)

Presentation ID Title of Project Name: First Name: Last Add. Authors
A47 Into The Woods Costume Design Victoria Hughes  

Political Science (Friday 2-4pm)

Presentation ID Title of Project Name: First Name: Last Add. Authors
A29 How Do Adoption Trends Impact Juvenile Crime Rates Across the United States of America? Kathyrn McIlroy  
A30 Relationship Between Social Media and Civil Unrest Patrick Elliott  
A31 Violent Crime and Soaring Sales: The Gun and Crime Connection Chandler Rabatin  
A32 Smoking Rates and Access to Medical Facilities in West Virginia Bryce Gandee  

Athletic Training (Friday 3-4pm)

Presentation ID Title of Project Name: First Name: Last Add. Authors
A2 Decreased Hamstring Flexibility Caused by DOMS Treated with BioFreeze Samantha Posti  
A3 Level of hydration and the effect of physical performance on strength and flexibility tests Ashley Tschudy  
A4 Concussion knowledge and reporting likelihood in a D-III collegiate setting Kaitlin Shine  
A5 Electrical stimulation and cryotherapy effects on pain associated with delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) Courtney Wears  
A6 Mental exertion effects on lower body mechanics  Kara Stults  

Geology (Friday 3-5pm)

Presentation ID Title of Project Name: First Name: Last Add. Authors
A33 Evaluation and Comprehensive study of the Water Aquifer for the City of Marietta and the Quality of its Water Junior Reyes  
A34 Petrology of the Marietta Sandstone  Maxwell Tice  
A35 Examining the Effectiveness of Past Remediation and Treatment in Areas Along the Moxahala Creek Watershed Located in Perry County, Ohio. Casey Gossett Dr. Tej Gautam
A36 Analyzing the Petrogenesis of the Wapiti Formation, Wyoming to determine the timing of the Heart Mountain Fault. Brittany Martin  

Chemistry (Friday 3-6pm)

Presentation ID Title of Project Name: First Name: Last Add. Authors
A22 Using Luciferin/Luciferase Reaction to Monitor Crutzfeldt-Jakob disease Jerod Crawford  
A23 Catalytic Effects of Pressure Isaac Huffman Marcus Fandrich
Roland Winter
A24 Using Nano-DESI MS to analyze Alzheimer's Metabolomes in MIce Maya Bou Samra  
A25 ¹³C-NMR Spectroscopy for Metabolomics Research of Cardiovascular Disease April Davis  
A26 Quantification of Catechins in Green Tea via NMR Grace Knapp Dr. Jim Jeitler
A27 An Alternative Substitution Pathway: Exploring the SN2X Mechanism Peyton Hall  
A28 Investigation of Dinitroparaben-Induced Apoptotic Death in M624 Melanoma Cells Sarah McNeer Dr. Suzanne Parsons
Chris Rasnake
Sophia Traussi
Dr. Kevin Pate
Schedule of Presenters - Poster Sessions

Monday Poster Session (11-1pm)

Presentation ID Title of Project Name: First Name: Last Add. Authors
S35 Health for all Abigail Puchta  
S36 Fifth Street Consulting Internship Overview for Fall 2020 Semester Samantha Rubadue  
S37 Fifth Street Consulting Hana Nishikawa Felipe Cruz
Jared Hall
Hannah McKain
Larua Doak
Taylor Watts
Kate Liston
Hannah Pfeffer
Katen Petty
Robert Nelson
Joe Friedl
Maris Kaiser
S38 Giving Voice to Values- LEAD 340 EIR Project Kathyrn McIlroy Alex Blackstone
Cole Longcor
Jordan Hartle
S39 Red Cross Marketing Capstone Audrey Albright Embrey Roberts
Dylan Albright
Nick Brown
Stephen Harris
Logan Vietmeier
S41 EIR Project Jordan Hartle Cole Longcor
Alex Blackston
Katie McIlroy
S42 EIR: Giving Voice to Values and PELMs in a VUCA World Cole Longcor Katie McIlroy
Jordan Hartle
Alex Blackston
S43 Save Harmar Bridge VR Database Project Kevin Short Elle Kemp
Vivian Thomas
Drew Heilman
S44 Health Communication Internship: The National Pharmaceutical Council  Jaclyn Mulvain  
S45 Memorial Health Systems Internship  Jackie  Huhn  
S46 Won’t Take ‘No’ For An Answer: My Experience as an Intern at Jan Dils Attorneys at Law During the COVID-19 Pandemic Reagan Shriver  
S47 Internship with Tiaki Associates, A Consulting Firm that Helps Organizations Increase Employee Energy and Engagement Robert Nelson  
S48 Jan Dils Attorneys at Law: A Broken System Georgia  Majka   
S49 Internship with Marietta College's Office of Communication and Brand Management: Using Social Media to Build Relationships and Reinforce Brand Identity. Jeffrey Mitchell  
S50 How External Communication is Important to Customer Service Relationships  Kenneth Myers  
S51 Impressions & Interactions: A Multimedia Internship Cole Longcor  
S52 White Christian Response to the 2020 Civil Rights Movement:  A content Analysis of the Public Communication of Leadership within the Southern Baptist Convention, the United Methodist Church, and the Church of Latter-Day Saints Leah Seaman  

Tuesday Poster Session (11-1pm)

Presentation ID Title of Project Name: First Name: Last Add. Authors
S53 Clinical review of the neuroscience of music and autism presented by Dr. Lense and Dr. LaGasse at AMTA Conference 2020 Jonah Rucker  
S54 The Power of Music on Memory and the Brain Caleb Clark Haylee Smith
S55 The Intersection of Neuroscience and Music Therapy in Mental Health and Well Being: Reflections and Thoughts Alyx Conkright Emma Searing
S56 A Research Review of Music Therapy for Children Who Experience Trauma: AMTA Conference 2020 Hannah Miller  
S57 Selective Review of New Research for Music Therapy and Mental Health Lauren Eakle  
S58 Selective Literature and Clinical Practice Review of Music Therapy within Pediatric Oncology Units Sadie Johnson  
S59 Into The Woods Costume Desgin Victoria Hughes  
S60 Career Center Writing Internship Brylee Weekley  
S61 Energy Recovery John Montano  
S62 Internship ENGL 397  Elisa Leonard  
S63 Veritas Academy Creative Writing Program Eva Puntarelli  
S64 Disability Studies in America  Georgia  Majka  
S65 Strategic Communication and Brand Management in Higher Education: An Exploration of the Role of Social Media on Branding and Student Engagement Jeffrey Mitchell  
S66 The Third Shift: A Look at the Effects of the Pandemic on Women in the Legal System Reagan Shriver  
S67 How External Communication is Important to Customer Service Relationships  Kenneth Myers  
S68 Social media and self-esteem  Zixuan Jia  
S69 Dangers of Journalism George Riffle  
S70 The Six Core Values to Organizational Health Robert Nelson  
S71 Covid in sports Maguire Morris  
S72 Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Study Abroad: Confronting Xenophobia and Anti-Asian Racism Hana  Nishikawa  
S73 Podcast Revolution  Austin Baumgartner Austin Baumgartner
S74 It's Your Life: The discourse of Modern Feminism and Abortion Jaclyn Mulvain  

Wednesday Poster Session (11-1pm)

Presentation ID Title of Project Name: First Name: Last Add. Authors
S1 Let's Talk About It: Depression Chris Petrucci  
S2 Decreased Hamstring Flexibility Caused by DOMS Treated with BioFreeze Samantha Ritenour  
S3 Level of hydration and the effect of physical performance on strength and flexibility tests Ashley Tschudy  
S4 Concussion knowledge and reporting likelihood in a D-III collegiate setting Kaitlin Shine  
S5 Electrical stimulation and cryotherapy effects on pain associated with delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) Courtney Wears  
S6 Mental exertion effects on lower body mechanics  Kara Stults  
S7 Scanning Tunnelling Microscopy of 1,8-Octanedithiol on Gold Film Vivian Thomas  
S8 Measuring Resistivity Change on Au (1,1,1) Thin Films and Installing an Argon Sputtering Device Ryan McGuinness Dennis E. Kuhl
S9 Investigating the Proton Transfer Process in Fluorescence Quenching Shelby Millheim Jaden F. R. Koren
Colten B. Hall
Dr. Debra S. Egolf
S10 Quantitative Analysis of Elephant Toothpaste Emma Christman  
S11 The Effect of Heptyl Paraben on Melanoma Cells Emily Kinney Dr. Suzanne Parsons
Sarah McNeer
Sophia Traussi
Dr. Kevin Pate
S12 Investigation of Dinitroparaben-Induced Apoptotic Death in M624 Melanoma Cells Sarah McNeer Dr. Suzanne Parsons
Chris Rasnake
Sophia Traussi
Dr. Kevin Pate

Thursday Poster Session (11-1pm)

Presentation ID Title of Project Name: First Name: Last Add. Authors
S13 GIS analysis of Proximity in relation to Voter Turnout John Gantner  
S14 GIS Analysis of Accidental Shootings  Quinn Rundgren  
S15 There's No Time Like the Present: Utilizing Call the Midwife to Analyze Preventative Care Practices from the 1950s Jordan Hartle  
S16  Monsters in the Masses: A Critical Analysis of S02E12 of Criminal Minds as it Relates to the Epidemic of Childhood Sexual Abuse in High-Risk Neighborhoods  Samantha Rubadue  
S17 Money Talks: A Critical Media Analysis of, The Bleeding Edge Courtney Wears  
S18 Is it Really Death with Dignity?  Cheyenne Barker Peter Richardson
S19 (Un)Necessary Pills: A Critical Examination of the Netflix documentary, Take Your Pills Kendahl Nethken  
S20 The Perks of Talking About Trauma: A Media Analysis of The Perks of Being a Wallflower Reagan Shriver  
S21 The Joke That is Society: A Critical Media Analysis of the Film, Joker (2019) Dale Randulic  
S22 A Drug-Dependent Land: A Critical Media Analysis of the Netflix Documentary Heroin(e) Katie Conkle  
S23 Unwanted Control: A Critical Examination the Netflix show, Sex Explained, and Birth Control Raysean Stewart  
S24 Weed be better off Cash Presnell  
S25 Just a Bunch of Scrubs: A Critical Analysis of the Television Series, Scrubs Owen Boyer  
S26 Deadly Deception: A Critical Analysis of The Devil We Know Adriana Sevy  
S27 Can The Game Change?: An Analysis of the Netflix Documentary, The Game Changers Felipe  Cruz  
S28 Mental Health Really Matters: A Critical Media Analysis of the Netflix series, 13 Reasons Why Chloe Williams  
S29 One Size Hurts All: A Critical Media Analysis of To the Bone Lauren  Beckes  
S30 Dr. Oz is not a Wizard: A Critical Media Analysis of the Television Show, Dr. Oz  Katen Petty  
S31 I Can Help, Too: A Critical Look at ABC's, The Good Doctor Alliya Duritza  
S32 It Should Say #likeaboss: A Critical Media Analysis of the Always #likeagirl Campaign Elizabeth Lebar  
S33 Cocks and Cowboys: a Critical Rhetoric of the Implications of Sexuality and Aids in the Dallas Buyers Club Jaclyn Mulvain  
S34 Chains and Whips Excite Me: A Critical Media Analysis of the Netflix series, BONDiNG Jackie  Huhn   

Registration and Presentation Instructions:

*Forms must be submitted by April 1!*
  1. Register for the conference - fill out this form and SUBMIT:
    1. Marietta College All Scholars Day Registration Data Form
  2. Read the Instructions for presenting and filling out your Speaker Data Form:
    1. Presenting Instructions
    2. Recording Instructions
    3. Please see your faculty/staff mentor for further instructions!
  3. Fill out and submit the Speaker Data Form and SUBMIT:
    1. *Please note that your BIO will be published online along with your abstract!
    2. Marietta College All Scholars Day Speaker Form

Email Dr. Suzanne Parsons with questions! (ksg001@marietta.edu)