2015-2016 Undergraduate Student Accomplishments

Undergraduate anthropology students may be selected to the University Scholars program, in which they work with a faculty mentor on a research project. Their work is then presented at the annual Undergraduate Research Symposium through UF’s Center for Undergraduate Research.

University Scholars 2015-2016

Jose Abastida

  • Research Project: “Access to Emergency Care by Undocumented Immigrants”
  • Mentor: Dr. Ieva Jusionyte

Kristof Kertesz

  • Research Project: “Legacy of the Communist Past: Corruption in Eastern Europe”
  • Mentor: Dr. Edith Nagy

Savannah Mandel

  • Research Project: “Honor Thy Consumer”
  • Mentor: Dr. Richard Kernaghan

Melis Muradoglu

  • Research Project: “Effects of Chronic Oxytocin Administration on Cognitive Performance in Older Adults”
  • Mentor: Dr. Natalie Ebner

Domenique Sorresso

  • Research Project: “An Analysis of Style and Specialization of Weeden Island Effigy Vessels”
  • Mentor: Dr. Neill Wallis

Madeleine Yeakle

  • Research Project: “Osteological Analysis of the Weeden Island burial component at Bayshore Homes, St. Peterburg, Florida”
  • Mentor: Dr. John Krigbaum
 

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