2022 Falvey Scholars Virtual Research Presentation and Awards Ceremony
The Villanova community is cordially invited to join us on Friday, April 22 at 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. for the 2022 Falvey Scholars Virtual Research Presentation and Awards Ceremony.
This program will provide the opportunity to recognize outstanding undergraduate research by the senior students who were selected as the 2022 Falvey Scholars from across Villanova’s campus. The event also serves as a recognition of the dedication of faculty in supporting undergraduate student-faculty collaborative research and scholarship.
During the event, award recipients will share a video where they provide a brief 10-minute presentation to highlight their overall research process and showcase a summary of their winning project. Presentations will emphasize the use of Library resources, which may include one-on-one librarian consultations, reference workshops, library books and journals, access to Interlibrary Loan, databases, and even quiet study space. 5 minutes of live Q&A will take place after each student presentation.
This event, co-sponsored by Falvey Memorial Library and the Center for Research and Fellowships, is free and open to the public. Join us to recognize some of Villanova’s finest senior scholars!
**Please note that this event will be recorded and photographed. **
Falvey Memorial Library and the Center for Research and Fellowships are proud to announce the 2022 Falvey Scholar Award Winners:
Nadjulia Constant and Daryl Jucar
- Project Title: “Minority Stress and Effects on Cardiovascular Health in African Americans”
- Faculty Mentor: Theresa Capriotti, PhD
- Project Title: “Media on Media: How Media Trade Publications View Streaming Services Compared With Legacy Media”
- Faculty Mentor: Allyson Levin, PhD
- Project Title: “50 Years of Sports Teams in Work Teams Research: Missed Opportunities and New Directions for Studying Team Processes”
- Faculty Mentor: Narda Quigley, PhD
- Project Title: “Metal-catalyzed synthesis of isoprene polymers with optimized isomer distribution”
- Faculty Mentor: Deanna Zubris, PhD
- Project Title: “Mapping Habitat Suitability of the American Chestnut in Pennsylvania: Can we Restore this Foundational Tree to our Forests?”
- Faculty Mentor: Jennifer Santoro, Professor, and Peleg Kremer, PhD
- Project Title: “Cost Estimation Tools for Data Center Two-Phase Cooling with Vapor Recompression-based Heat Recovery”
- Faculty Mentor: Aaron Wemhoff, PhD
- Project Title: “Dsk2 interacts with polyubiquitinated substrates to reciprocally induce sedimentation”
- Faculty Mentor: Daniel Kraut, PhD