2022 Undergraduate Research Showcase

The 2022 Undergraduate Research Showcase took place virtually on Friday, April 22rd. It featured poster and lightning talk presentations by undergraduate Boise State researchers, and was supported by the Institute for Inclusive and Transformative Scholarship at Boise State University.

Please see the following link for more information: https://www.boisestate.edu/undergraduate-research/showcase/


Submissions from 2022


Surface, but Not Age Impacts Lower Limb Joint Work During Stair Ascent, Thomas A. Wenzel, Nicholas L. Hunt, Amy E. Holcomb, Clare K. Fitzpatrick, and Tyler N. Brown

The Three Gorges Dam, Britton Wheatley, Kirsten Davis, and Gerret Robbins

Hong Kong’s Democratic Movement: A “Country” in Turmoil, Rylie Wieseler

Differences in Dose and Scatter Radiation When Using a Grid Versus No Grid, Crystal Wilfong, Natalie Mourant, Carly Alexander, Shylenta Zimmerman, and Shay Kuykendall


The Efficiency of Pooled vs. Unpooled Staple Strands for Folding DNA Nanostructures, Amanda Wolf, Benjamin Balzer, Sarah E. Kobernat, Luca Piantanida, and Eric J. Hayden


Profiling Hate Speech Spreaders on Twitter, Shuai Yang

Barn Owl Roadway Mortality: Understanding Why More Females Than Males are Involved, Nicole Young, Jim Belthoff, and Brian Busby


Characteristics of US-Based STEM Webcams at a Glance, Anahita N. Zabihi Gilvan, Abigail Thomson, Sarah E. Schulwitz, Vanessa Fry, Sara Hagenah, Christopher J.W. McClure, Brian Rolek, Erin Katzner, Meagan Haynes, and Carl Siebert