Lewis College of Human Sciences hosted its first Undergraduate Research Day in April 2016. Previously hosted in the Department of Psychology, the event was expanded to showcase the research accomplishments of all Lewis College undergraduates. More than 40 undergraduates from across the college participated in the event.
"Co-Sleeping on the Job" by psychology majors Nicolas Kertesz (2nd year), Anoopa Sundararajan (3rd year), Colt Scroggins (2nd year) and Cassandra Hanson (2nd year).
"Substitutability of Physical and Social Warmth" by psychology majors Mehak Hafeez (3rd year), Dalia Martinez (3rd year), and Tamia Polk (3rd year), and computer science and psychology double major Max Burnes (3rd year.
"Plant Chicago: Implementing Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) by behavioral health and wellness major Diana Cordon (4th year).
Congratulations to the winners! View photos from the entire event on the Lewis College Facebook page.