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Photo Gallery: 2024 Auburn Research Symposium

On March 26, Auburn University celebrated research and scholarly discovery by undergraduate students, graduate students and post-doctoral researchers through the 2024 Research Symposium. College of Liberal Arts students presented a variety of innovative research across disciplines.

Natalie McBrayer explaining poster to attendant


Natalie McBrayer, an undergraduate student in the Department of Psychological Sciences, asked, "Does insight moderate the predictive validity of a neurophysiological indicator of cannabis cue reactivity for predicting behavioral choice?"


Maryam Saulawa presenting poster


Sociology student Maryam Saulawa presented a poster on the "Relationship between climate change and the American criminal justice system with a focus on Alabama."


Chloe Beth Wood explains research to Aubie


Chloe Beth Wood, an undergraduate student in psychology, explained her study, "Prospective deficits of insight capabilities in adults with moderate to severe Cannabis Use Disorder," to Aubie.


Minh Le presenting to small group


Psychology senior Minh Le presented "Intraminority stressors and how they affect body dissatisfaction amongst different racial groups."


Emelia Lewandoski explains research to attendee


Emelia Lewandowski, an undergraduate student in psychological sciences, shared findings from her study, "The pain of comparison: Social media use and its impacts on college student mental health."


Cameron Troyer presenting research poster


Cameron Troyer, an undergraduate student in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work, presented "A landmark-based assessment of humeri and femora from a highly fragmentary commingled skeletal remains from the Newton Plantation, Barbados."


Clarisse Nacilla presenting research to small group


Psychological sciences student Clarisse Nacilla shared findings from the study "Neurophysiological reactivity profiles and their associations with cannabis-related problems in individuals with Cannabis Use Disorder."


Katelyn Mandeville explaining research


Katelyn Mandeville, an undergraduate student in the Department of Psychological Sciences, presented "Drinking with my friends: The impact of social media use on alcohol consumption and mental health."

To learn more about the 2024 Research Symposium, visit the Auburn Research website.

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