|Category||Community Impact||Author(s)||School||Academic Department||Project Title||Finalist Presenting Time||FM Title||FM First Name||FM Last Name|
|Art & Humanities||Social||Christen Bass||HHS||Peace and Conflict Studies||Invisible Faces: Understanding the Link Between Diversity, Violence, and Marginalized Groups||N/A||Dr.||Marcia||Hale|
|Art & Humanities||Scholarly||Lauren Dillon||A&S||History||American History Textbook & Curriculum Debates in North Carolina Public Schools, 1950-1979||1:30-2:30||Dr.||Mandy L.||Cooper|
|Art & Humanities||Innovation||Chris Gilly-Forrer, Iyanna Huffington||VPA||Theatre||Co-Direction for "The Julies" (or, breaking the myth of director-as-captain)||1:30-2:30||Dr.||John||Gulley|
|Art & Humanities||Community Engagement||Hayley Greenstreet||VPA||Theatre||Wake Up, Brother Bear! - UNCG's First Production for Very Young Audiences||2:30-3:30||Ms.||Rachel||Briley|
|Art & Humanities||Scholarly||Robert Hairston||VPA||Music||Contextualizing George Rochberg’s Black Sounds and the Connection to Edgard Varèse||1:30-2:30||Dr.||Kevin M.||Geraldi|
|Art & Humanities||Educational||Tessa Larson, Maggie Ramirez, Rebecca Germany, Brittany Kaehler and LeeArron Kolsterman||VPA||Music||The female perspective as seen through Pauline Viardot’s Cendrillon||N/A||Dr.||Robert||Wells|
|Art & Humanities||Scholarly||Ashley Low||A&S||History||From Nuremberg to North Carolina: The Enduring History of Eugenics, 1945-1955||1:30-2:30||Dr.||Teresa||Walch|
|Art & Humanities||Scholarly||Ian McLaughlin||A&S||English||Muggle Magic: Harry Potter and the Mirror of Social Media||1:30-2:30||Dr.||Heather||Adams|
|Art & Humanities||Aesthetics||John Perine||VPA||Theatre for Youth||Page to Stage: Bringing Comics to Life in Flora & Ulysses||2:30-3:30||Dr.||Rachel||Briley|
|Art & Humanities||Societal||Steisha Pintado||VPA||Art||You Will Be With Me in Paradise||2:30-3:30||Ms.||Barbara Campbell||Thomas|
|Art & Humanities||Cultural||Karen Sabo||VPA||Theatre||As You Like It: Building Community and Bridging History||2:30-3:30||Dr.||John||Gulley|
|Art & Humanities||Educational||Kelly Sandoval||VPA||Theatre||Scenic Design - Wake Up Brother Bear!||1:30-2:30||Dr.||Randall||McMullen|
|Health Sciences||Health and/or Safety||Kelsey Bittel||HHS||Kinesiology||Associations between behavioral regulations and sedentary behavior among older adults||N/A||Dr.||Jaclyn P.||Maher|
|Health Sciences||Health and/or Safety||Jason Brantley, Traci Parry, Louisa Tichy, and George Blackburn||HHS||Kinesiology||Effects of Exercise Modality on Tumor Growth and Skeletal Function in Tumor Bearing Mice||1:30-2:30||Dr.||Traci||Parry|
|Health Sciences||Health and/or Safety||Isabelle "Belle" Downing||HHS||Community and Therapeutic Recreation||Trauma Informed Care in Recreation Therapy Practice||2:30-3:30||Dr.||Judy||Kinney|
|Health Sciences||Educational||Heather Emmons||HHS||Nutrition||Effects of High Saturated Fat on Dopamine Neurotransmission||1:30-2:30||Dr.||Steven C.||Fordahl|
|Health Sciences||Scholarly||Olivia Frangos||HHS||Kinesiology||Who is the research for? Reviewing sample populations and the applicability of research designs in breast biomechanics: a systematic review||2:30-3:30||Dr.||Christopher K.||Rhea|
|Health Sciences||Health and/or Safety||Derek Hevel||HHS||Kinesiology||Promoting Physical Activity through Emotions||N/A||Dr.||Jaclyn P.||Maher|
|Health Sciences||Health and/or Safety||Brynn Hudgins||HHS||Kinesiology||Does the type of sedentary behavior moderate affective responses during sedentary behavior among older adults?||N/A||Dr.||Jaclyn P.||Maher|
|Health Sciences||Technological||Anitha Jayapalan, Frank Tukur||NANO||Nanoscience||Hybridizing cobalt oxide@ carbon dot nanoparticles with doxorubicin and targeting ligand for selective anti-cancer efficacy||1:30-2:30||Dr.||Jianjun||Wei|
|Health Sciences||Health and/or Safety||Frank Morales Shniader, Moukbel Nasr, Jennifer H. Simpson, and Bakhos A. Tannous||A&S||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Stability and Degradation of Epitranscriptome During Sample Storage||N/A||Dr.||Norman||Chiu|
|Health Sciences||Health and/or Safety||Moukbel Nasr, Renata L. Fleming, Bakhos A. Tannous, and Norman H. L. Chiu||A&S||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Determining the half-maximal inhibitory concentration (IC50) by a luciferase luminescent assay||1:30-2:30||Dr.||Norman||Chiu|
|Health Sciences||Health and/or Safety||Love Odetola||HHS||Public Health Education||It's like there's salt' in the water||1:30-2:30||Dr.||Sharon||Morrison|
|Health Sciences||Health and/or Safety||Jesse Sims and Hannah Koch, Dr. Laurie Wideman Gold and Dr. William Adams||HHS||Kinesiology||Subjective vs objective measures of thermoregulatory function during sleep in hot vs cold environments||1:30-2:30||Dr.||Jessica||McNeil|
|Health Sciences||Health and/or Safety||Louisa Tichy, Jason T. Brantley and Dr. Traci L. Parry||HHS||Kinesiology||Effects of Low Intensity Treadmill Exercise during Cancer Cachexia in the Male Tumor Bearing Mouse||2:30-3:30||Dr.||Traci L.||Parry|
|Health Sciences||Scholarly||Jarod Vance||HHS||Kinesiology||The effects of exercise on cognition: The impact of aging||2:30-3:30||Dr.||Jennifer L.||Etnier|
|Natural Sciences||Innovation||Tahniat Afsari||NANO||Nanoscience||Nanoscale Rotating Robots Offers New Promising Biomedicinal Applications||N/A||Dr.||Suzanne||Ahmed|
|Natural Sciences||Environmental||Kathryn Bloodworth, Sarah Gora, Dr. Clare Kazanski, and Dr. Elizabeth Bach||A&S||Biology||Effects of fire frequency on shaping multiple conservation outcomes in tallgrass prairie.||1:30-2:30||Dr.||Sally E.||Koerner|
|Natural Sciences||Health and/or Safety||Seraiah Coe, Sourav Chakraborty and Dr. Ramji Bhandari||A&S||Biology||Are grandparents’ lifestyles responsible for their grandchildren’s health?||2:30-3:30||Dr.||Ramji||Bhandari|
|Natural Sciences||Scholarly||Josh Frost||A&S||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Stereoselective Small Molecule Desymmetrizations||1:30-2:30||Dr.||Kimberly||Petersen|
|Natural Sciences||Environmental||Sarah Gora||A&S||Biology||Nitrogen response of belowground traits in tallgrass prairie||1:30-2:30||Dr.||Sally E.||Koerner|
|Natural Sciences||Educational||Kalani Thalagoda||A&S||Mathematics and Statistics||Patterns, Symmetry, Math and Modular Forms||N/A||Dr.||Dan||Yasaki|
|Physical & Mathematical Sciences||Health and/or Safety||Jong Won (Peter) Lee, Dr. Rosemery Nelson-Gray and Dr. Jake King||A&S||Mathematics and Statistics||Generating Multiple Regression model of the romantic relationships’ association with borderline personality disorder traits.||N/A||Dr.||Jianping||Sun|
|Physical & Mathematical Sciences||Health and/or Safety||Frank Tukur, Dr. Bhawna Bagra||NANO||Nanoscience||Lab-on-a-chip Sensor For Disease Diagnostics||2:30-3:30||Dr.||Wei||Jianjun|
|Social Sciences, Education, & Business||Educational||Shoroq Alkhattabi||ED||Specialized Education Services||Where Do Students with Moderate Intellectual Disabilities Belong?||1:30-2:30||Dr.||Diane||Ryndak|
|Social Sciences, Education, & Business||Educational||Seunghyun Baek , Donal Howley and Yanhua Shen||HHS||Kinesiology||Promoting equity, diversity, and inclusion in Physical Education teacher education||N/A||Dr.||Ben||Dyson|
|Social Sciences, Education, & Business||Educational||Kayla Baker||ED||Educational Leadership & Cultural Foundations||The Backbone is Speaking: Uplifting Black Women Voices on the Socialization of Black Youth||2:30-3:30||Dr.||Leila||Villaverde|
|Social Sciences, Education, & Business||Social||Cathryn Bennett||ED||Teacher Education and Higher Education||Refugee Women and Higher Education Across S/Place and Time||1:30-2:30||Dr.||Delma||Ramos|
|Social Sciences, Education, & Business||Technological||Md Arif Iqbal||BSBE||Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies||Technology Adoption in the Apparel Industry of Bangladesh: A Qualitative Study||N/A||Dr.||Jin||Su|
|Social Sciences, Education, & Business||Scholarly||Imani Mitchell||HHS||Human Development and Family Studies||Does timing of exposure matter: Maternal depressive symptoms in early and middle childhood and academic outcomes in adolescence||1:30-2:30||Dr.||Sudha||Shreeniwas|
|Social Sciences, Education, & Business||Educational||Michelle Rose||VPA||Music Education||The Impact of Web Cameras on Middle and High School Students Enrolled in Online Music Classes||2:30-3:30||Dr.||Rebecca||MacLeod|
|Social Sciences, Education, & Business||Educational||Edward Sheehy||A&S||Masters in Applied Arts and Sciences||The Polis Framework and the Democratization of Education||N/A||Dr.||Susie||Boles|
|Social Sciences, Education, & Business||Educational||Ti'Era Worsley||ED||Higher Education - Science||Of Course I Signed Up For STEM With You! Informal STEM Learning Environments as a Socio-Spatial Imaginary||N/A||Dr.||Edna||Tan|
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- Applicants whose native language is not English must demonstrate English Language Proficiency (ELP).
- Applicants who are unable to demonstrate English proficiency may apply for conditional admission and earn their proficiency through Interlink International Institutes.
- Community standards/Campus Safety questionnaire. The UNC system requires all applicants to answer questions regarding community standards.
- Completion of a bachelor’s degree and a graduate degree (if required by the program) from a U.S. college or university accredited by a regional accrediting association or completion of a bachelor’s and a graduate degree (if required by the program) that is equivalent to a U.S. degree from an international college or university recognized and approved by the Ministry of Education or Commission responsible for higher education in the country where the degree is earned.
- If degree(s) have been awarded:
- For U.S. degree(s), one transcript from all colleges and universities where a bachelor’s degree and a graduate degree (if required by the program) was earned.
- For international degree(s), a course-by-course evaluation from a National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES®) service, showing proof of earned U.S. equivalency bachelor’s degree and/or a graduate degree (if required by the program), credit hours and GPA (see Graduate International Admissions).
- Exception – A credential evaluation is not required for the international undergraduate degree program if the applicant earned or is in the process of earning an advanced degree from an accredited U.S. institution.
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- For international degree(s), an official course-by-course evaluation from a National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES®) service, showing proof of earned U.S. equivalency bachelor’s degree and/or a graduate degree (if required by the program), credit hours, and GPA. This evaluation must include degree awarded (verified) equivalency with no courses in process and must be received before being allowed to register for your second semester.