(Left to right) Allan Schulman, Ph.D., director of the Farquhar Honors College Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences, students Yi Jey Lin and Fabio Vogel, recipients of the Best in Show Award, and Don Rosenblum, Ph.D., dean of the Farquhar Honors College, at the Undergraduate Student Symposium luncheon. View Photo Gallery
The Farquhar Honors College hosted its 6th Annual Undergraduate Student Symposium on March 30, 2007. More than fifty projects were displayed and presented, involving more than 100 students and faculty advisers. The symposium illustrates one of the most valuable and distinctive aspects of an NSU undergraduate experience: a strong educational partnership between students and faculty.
On April 19, the college held a luncheon, recognizing students and faculty advisors for their outstanding work. The Best in Show Award was presented to Yi Jey Lin, a computer information systems major in the college’s Division of Math, Science, and Technology, and Fabio Vogel, a biology major in the college’s Division of Math, Science, and Technology, for their poster presentation, entitled “Analysis of Interactions between Candida Albicans and Staphyloccus Aureus in Mixed Species Biofilms.” The organizational leadership of Allan Schulman, Ph.D., director of the Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences, as well as the planning and management work of Rehana Seepersad, M.B.A., executive assistant to the dean of the Farquhar Honors College, helped to create a successful and engaging program.
The following students were recognized for exceptional work in their respective categories:
Yi Jey Lin, Fabio Vogel: “Analysis of Interactions between Candida Albicans and Staphyloccus Aureus in Mixed Species Biofilms”
Faculty advisor: Joshua Loomis, Ph.D.
Ambreen Parvez, Frantz Etienne: “Effects of Newly Developed Anticancer Drugs against GI101 Aluc Mammary Tumor Implanted in Athymic Nude Mice”
Faculty Advisor: Appu Rathinavelu, Ph.D.
Kathryn Levine: “Leaving A Legacy: Redefining Volunteerism for Older Adults in Broward County”
Faculty advisor: Mark Jaffe, D.P.M.
Lara Murphy, Maureen Green: “The Effect of Academic Stress on Immune Functioning”
Faculty advisor: Jaime Tartar, Ph.D.
Allen Furmanski: “Online Professional Basketball Statistics Tracker”
Faculty advisor: Paul Kenison, Ph.D.
Liz Harbaugh: “Post-Absurdernism: Ionesco and the Juxtaposition of Absurdism and Postmodernism”
Faculty advisor: Mark Duncan, Ph.D.
Micah Moreno: “Thank God for AIDS: Persistent Stereotypes in U.S. Network Television”
Faculty advisor: Allison Brimmer, Ph.D.
Amy Harvey: “The Ballerina in the Box”
Faculty advisor: James Doan, Ph.D.
Natasha Antonovich: “Analysis of Elie Wiesel’s ‘Perils of Indifference’”
Faculty advisor: Jennifer Reem, M.S.
Amrish Ramnarine: “Revisited: A True Story”
Faculty advisor: Chetachi Egwu, Ph.D.