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ARS Nova Presentation Schedule

April 27 at 7 p.m.

Creative Arts / STEM Presentations

Meeting ID: 820 1172 7243
Passcode: 921615

Sofia Ubilla – Spanish Theatrical Tradition: Methods for Spanish-English Translation for the Theatre

Selena Juarez-Galindo – Reconnecting My Mexican Family History Through Art

Alin Haberle – Crossroads of Method: Woolf and Magical Realism

Elizabeth McLaughlin – Let It Grow!

MaryBeth Rodgers – Dance as a Tool for Empowerment

Jessica Caushi – Elucidating the Epigenetic Map of the KCC2 Gene

Mariadolores Alvarez – Observing the Effects that Religious Affiliation has on Well-Being

Karel Van Bourgondien – Understanding the Biochemical Nature of Sesquiterpene Lactones: An Approach to Antiviral

Reginaflor Glorioso and Nour Aborageh – Chitin Solubility in Lithium Chloride/Dimethylacetamide Solutions

Isabella DiStefano – Isolation of a Fibroblast Growth Factor 13 (Fgf13) expressing neuronal population in identifying the role of Fgf13 hippocampal function

April 28 at 5:30 p.m.

STEM Presentations

Meeting ID: 880 5669 0677
Passcode: 958115

Hope VanDerwater – Genesee County Parks Environmental Education Internship

Elizabeth Breen – Relationship Between Health-Related Quality of Life and Neurocognition among Latinx People With HIV

Daniella Mignogni and Surya Marjit – Determining how “eco-friendly” ionic liquids impact aquatic species behavior using zebrafish as a model

Abigail Shtekler – An Investigation to Establish the Medial Amygdala as Part of the Projection Pathway Involved in Feeding Behaviors

Cristine Kalinski – Connectomic comparison of P. pacificus and C. elegans anterior nervous system structure

Hailey Arango – Sequencing DNA from Pollen to Determine Species Richness and Plant Biodiversity

Sophie Chen – Artificial Intelligence Based Telemedicine in Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

Jonathan Du Rand and Eveline Murphy-Wilson – CRISPR/Cas9 as an approach to assess the role of REST in regulation of kcc2-dependent inhibitory activity

Luke Osborn – The Neurotoxicity of DABCO Salts

Royall McMahon Ward – Possible microplastic exchange between the American Horseshoe Crab and the Western Hemisphere Shorebirds through horseshoe crab eggs in Jamaica Bay, NY

Julia Ciarcia – Unraveling the role of TIMP2 in the aging mouse brain

Alina Gubanova – Selective ablation of the embryonic excitatory cerebellar nuclei neurons leads to reduced cerebellar cortex growth

Arundhati Natesan – Genome editing of the schizophrenia risk variant in hiPSCs

Paloma Rodriguez Paramo – Investigating the Therapeutic Effects of Injectable Hydrogel for Controlled Release of Thrombin-Inhibitor after Spinal Cord Injury

Emma Kelly – Hypothalamic circuit activity in response to social and nonsocial stimuli

April 29 at 1 p.m.

Social Science Presentations

Meeting ID: 853 8627 0536
Passcode: 245656

Aidan Donaghy – Student Success and Housing Access in NYC-based Catholic Higher Education

Aidan Donaghy – Understanding Identity Among Minority Language-Learners: The Case of Irish in New York

Abigail Lo and Catalina Castillo-Lozano – Investigating Development and Lasting Effects of the Fordham University Action Plan

Siddharth Raj – "Brown Voice" and Cultural Cringe: Internalized Racism within the South Asian American Community

Elizabeth Doney – Addressing Conflict-Related Sexual Violence: Efficacy of National Action Plans in Liberia and Côte d’Ivoire

Arbi Kumi – Exploring the feasibility and effectiveness of a virtual summer treatment program for boys with behavioral and social problems: A pilot study

Jenna Goldblatt – Environmental Racism and Discriminatory Public Policy in the South and Northwest Bronx

Frances Murray, Sarah Hammad, and Anusha Imran – Lobster Hemocyte Profiles

Veer Shetty – Researching Food Insecurity Among Migrants in Hillbrow, Johannesburg

Ruben Caginalp – Assessing the Accessibility, Intersectionality, and Trauma-Informed Care Capacities of Campus Mental Health Services

April 30 at 4 p.m.

Humanities Presentations

Meeting ID: 885 4454 7466
Passcode: 109382

Kyle Doyle – COVID-19 and the 2019-2020 Hong Kong Protests: A Quantitative Protest Event Analysis

Batool Abdelhafez – Duality and Kinship Among LGBT+ Arab-Americans in the NYC Diaspora

Gillian Russo – Women of Mass Destruction: Power, Violence, and the Supernatural in Teenage-Girl Theatre

Rylie Stolze – Barriers to Legal Migration Faced by African Migrants

Lydia Hallett – Cost-Benefit Analysis of Urban Green Roofs

Alissa Kerr – The Effect of Music Training on Short-Term Musical Memory

Daria Kerschenbaum – Miasma Motherhood: The Effects of the 1918 Influenza Pandemic on Mina Loy's Exploration of Femininity & Eugenics

Chris Hall – Niemann Pick Type C: Stable Transfection, HSP70 Mediation, & Ineffective Arimoclomol Treatment

Jessica Lovett – Solitary Desire: The Lonely Lesbian and Narrative Isolation in Diderot's Fiction

Have questions about ARS Nova? Send us an email at fclcarsnova@fordham.edu.