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PYURA Oral Presentations

Traditionally, oral presentations are given in sessions of 3-4 presenters, each speaking for 12-15 minutes. This year, student scholars pre-recorded their presentations, so you can hear their voices as you watch their presentation. We have students representing three different institutions with works in Business/Economics, the Humanities, Environmental Studies, and the Social Sciences.

Marketing Research: Sports Apparel Industry

Andrea Taboni
Houghton College

 

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COVID 19 PSA

Ashley Campbell, Alexis Brown, Ashley Campbell, Michelle Garlitz, Shania Hudson, Samantha Walker and Hailee Weader 
Nursing Majors
University of Pittsburgh at Bradford

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Capstone Presentation

August Fallon
Political Science and International Science Major
St. Bonaventure University

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Colorblindness: Modern Racism and Alternative Ideologies

Bryce Preston 
Psychology & Communications Major
Houghton College

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"He Said – She Said" How Party Affiliation and Bias Affects Voter polarization

Daniel Bakowski 
Political Science and International Science Major
St. Bonaventure University

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Violent Rape and Bite Marks Presentation

Dyana Durmaj
Hilbert College

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Women's and Girls' Access to Education in India and Pakistan

Hanna Oleski
International Studies Major
St. Bonaventure University

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Perpetual Dominance: The relationship of Machismo and Male Identity with Anomie

Ingrid Knudsen
Houghton College

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Black Lives Matter: Comparing the Responses of Democratic and Republican Parties

Marissa Merritt
History/political Science Major
University of Pittsburgh at Bradford

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The Camouflage Hypothesis and Gender Differences in ASD

Mark Baker Attenborough
Psychology Major
University of Pittsburgh at Bradford

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Mimicking Acid Deposition on Black Cherry (Prunus serotina)

Matthew O'Brien
Environmental Studies Major
University of Pittsburgh at Bradford

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