Undergraduate Students Present Research

On Friday, April 13th, 2012, eight undergraduate students presented their research at the annual University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum (UURAF) at MSU.


James Schwaderer presented his winning poster: "Projectile Point Color at Morton Village"

James Schwaderer: “Project Point Color at Morton Village” (Winning Poster) – Advisor: Dr. Jodie O’Gorman

Janine Baranski: “A Study of the Associations between Offspring Survival and Birth Order, Offspring Sex and Previous Siblings in Rural Communities of Kenya” – Advisor: Dr. Masako Fujita

Kaitlin A. Scharra: “Understanding Non-Elite Mississippian Societies: A Mortuary Analysis of the East St. Louis Stone Quarry Site Cemetery” – Advisor: Dr. Lynne Goldstein

Circe Wilson: “Using Ceramics to Understand MSUs Past” – Advisors: Dr. Lynne Goldstein and Katy Meyers

Ryan Jelso: “Architectural Variation at Morton Village” – Advisor: Dr. Jodie O’Gorman

Josh Lieto: “The Broad-Rimmed Bowl: A Descriptive Study and Analysis” – Advisor: Dr. Jodie O’Gorman

Josh Lieto: “Prehispanic Chocolate for Tarascan Kings: Detection of Cacao in Spouted Elite Serving Vessels” – Advisor: Dr. Helen Pollard

Rachel Wise: “Identifying Different Cultural Groups at a Multi-Ethnic Archaeological Village” – Advisor: Dr. Jodie O’Gorman