HISTORIC TRIANGLE — Four students from the Historic Triangle, two from Yorktown and two from Williamsburg, were selected to participate in Radford University’s 4th Winter CARD.
The Radford University Office of Undergraduate Research (OURS) sponsored the 4th Winter CARD — Creative Activities and Research Days — Nov. 29 through Dec. 2.
Working closely with faculty and other students during the fall semester, undergraduate students solved problems faced by society and on the planet. Students presented their research through poster projects or orally to an audience.
Area students who participated include:
- Claire Martin, Williamsburg: Poster | The Impact Of Exercise On Preventing Rotator Cuff Injuries In The Geriatric Population
- Matthew Spitz, Yorktown: Interdisciplinary Poster | Trends in American Attitudes Towards Welfare Spending
- Amir Watts, Yorktown: Interdisciplinary Poster | Trends in American Attitudes Towards Welfare Spending
- Bryan Carr, Williamsburg: Interdisciplinary Poster | Changing the RICO Act
For more information about the Winter CARD at Radford University, check out its official page.