Student Research and Creative Scholarship

Below are some of the research and creative scholarship projects of Andrews University students. More information about student projects can be found under Undergraduate Research or Graduate Research

Art and Design
Art Student Featured in Local Exhibition

Lynda Lee, an Andrews University undergraduate student studying visual arts and chemistry, was recently accepted into the Michigan Emerging Graduate Artist (MEGA) Juried Exhibition hosted by the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Collective of Kendall College of Art and Design at the Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts in Grand Rapids for two of her oil paintings completed this year. View Article


Living Stones

Students from the School of Architecture are currently working on producing a book of sketches, watercolors, and personal reflections entitled Living Stones. View Website


Social Sciences
Student Presents at the American Public Health Association

Subira Brown, an Undergraduate Research Scholar and J.N. Andrews Scholar, presented her poster on the "Transgenerational Effect of Substance Abuse Between Students, Parents, and Grandparents" at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association.



Article in Journal of Research on Christian Education

Undergraduate psychology students recently published an article entitled "The Relationship Between Gender and Heterosexual Attitudes Towards Homosexuality at a Conservative Christian University" in the Journal of Research on Christian EducationView Article





Graduate Research
Outstanding Dissertation and Clinical Project Award

Congratulations to the recipients of the 2014 Outstanding Dissertation and Clinical Project Award! James Clayton Weller III and Kelvin Onongha received the Outstanding Dissertation Award and Erdem Huner received the Outstanding Clinical Project Award. View more information






Student Receives Platt Excavation Fellowship

Joel Lisboa, an Archaeology student, received the American Schools of Oriental Research Platt Excavation Fellowship which funded his participation in an excavation in Sicily. You can read about his experience on the dig at the ASOR Blog







Students Present at the Yeast Genetics Meeting

Joanne (Jee Yeon) Lee and Bomi Kim (pictured) presented their poster, "The Effects of Omega-3-Fatty Acids on Intracellular Inositol Levels in Saccharomyces Cerevisiae," at the Yeast Genetics Meeting in Seattle, WA. July 29-August 3.



Mathematical Association of America Presentation Award

William Tritch, a 2014 graduate with a BS in Mathematics and Physics, was awarded the Outstanding Presentation Award by the Mathematical Association of America at the Joint Mathematics Meeting 2014 in January. Tritch co-authored the poster "Long-term Behavior of Solutions to a Wave Equation with Degenerate Damping," with Thomas Anderson, New Jersey Institute of Technology, and Elizabeth Galvin, Marist College. View Website

Design Project with Physics Enterprises

Nina Lassonnier is working with Robert Jewett and Brian Booth on their senior design project. They are designing an automated rod cutter for Physics Enterprises. Nina is designing the conveyer, a part of the handling system, which will transport the rod to be cut. View Article




Department of Biology Student Research

The Biology Department recently produced a video highlighting the research being conducted biology students and faculty. Watch Video



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