By Jamie Sapp | Layout Editor
Students and faculty members demonstrated their research work at the Inquiry Expo from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the JSAC Ballroom on March 11.
Here is an image of the poster board, called “Nutrition & Athletic Performance.” (Photo: Jamie Sapp)
Students and faculty walk around to visit poster boards relating to research on various topics. (Photo: Jamie Sapp)
Freshman pre-nursing major Amanda Gilmore poses next to her group’s presentation called “Crime Scene Investigation,” which illustrates important steps on how to approach a crime scene. (Photo: Jamie Sapp)
Sophomore history major Rachel Young (left) and sophomore English major Allyson Smith (right) present their research on individuals’ tolerances and reactions on racism and heterosexism. (Photo: Jamie Sapp)
A group of students gather together for a photo at the Inquiry Expo. (Photo: Jamie Sapp)
“College Students Levels of Acceptance of Racism and Heterosexism” explains the different percentage levels of acceptance that people have on racial diversity and sexual orientation. (Photo: Jamie Sapp)
Here is a poster board on “Open Paws Food Pantry,” which discusses the goal of helping Augusta University students who deal with hunger and malnutrition. (Photo: Jamie Sapp)
Sophomore chemistry major Carley Ann Suarez (left) and freshman business major with a concentration in finance Andrew Hogue (right) discussed to a student the purpose of the “Open Paws Food Pantry.” (Photo: Jamie Sapp)
Sophomore psychology major Krislyn Davis explained major differences in various nutrition diets for various kinds of athletes. The poster board’s title is “Nutrition & Athletic Performance.” (Photo: Jamie Sapp)
Here is a poster board called “Food Safety for Immunodeficient Patients,” which discusses various ways to choose, handle, clean and cook food safely for individuals that deal with immunodeficiency. (Photo: Jamie Sapp)
Sophomore English major Allyson Smith shows people’s tolerance levels on intraracial, interracial and same-sex relationships. The title of the poster board is “Knee-Jerk Reactions: Racism and Heterosexism.” (Photo: Jamie Sapp)
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