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: “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
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’Gorman04.16.12