Undergrads research with psych foundations faculty, present at symposium

On April 20, eight undergraduates conducting research with faculty in the Department of Educational Psychology’s psychological foundations of education program presented their research at the 2017 Undergraduate Research Symposium.

The Relationship Between Executive Functions and Science Achievement
Student: Drake Bauer
Mentor: Sashank Varma

Bauer is also a participant in the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) and is getting his minor in Applied Psychology in Educational and Community Settings (APECS). 

Influence of using technology on culturally responsive science teaching
Students: Ju Ae Kim, Juno Park
Mentor: Keisha Varma, Julie Brown (C&I)

Supporting Parental Involvement and Increasing Engagement in Science Learning through SLE Activities among Middle School Students with Diverse Cultural Backgrounds
Students: Jiyeon Lee, Wing Tung Chan
Mentors: Keisha Varma, Julie Brown (C&I)

Exploring the Use of Board Games to Support Cognitive Mechanisms Related to Science AchievementStudent: Lindsay Jerome
Mentor: Keisha Varma

Expanded Study: A Novel Extension of the Spacing Effect on Learning
Student: Kaitlin Mork
Mentor: Sashank Varma

Mork is also a participant in UROP and working toward an APECS minor.

Literature Review: Immigration Research in the Past Decade
(Not pictured)
Student: Selena Wang
Mentor: Geoffrey Maruyama

The Undergraduate Research Symposium is an annual poster fair that gives all undergraduate researchers a chance to share their research, scholarly and creative projects with the University community.