Trevecca Nazarene University

Symposium winners announced

The Undergraduate Research Symposium was held April 19, 2005 at Trevecca. Twenty-three students presented a cumulative twenty presentations of their findings and conclusions of research projects done throughout the semester. Each presentation is sponsored by a member of the Trevecca faculty. This means the presentation has been approved for content and quality prior to the symposium.
    Students present to faculty, staff, administration, students, friends, and family. Most attendees seem to be students who want to support their colleagues and who receive credit for their attendance. The symposium is free and open to the public annually.
    Symposium winners for this year are:
    Rachel Osteen, I Wanna Hold Your Handor Not: A Study in Nonverbal Immediacy
    Megan Morris, Angry Aggressive, and Authoritarian Adults: A Study of Life Satisfaction in Domestic Violence Offenders
    Chris Willard, Holy Rollers: Pentecostal and Charasmatic Worship in the Church of the Nazarene
    Kit Young, I Cant Talk Right Now: The Effects of Cell Phones on Task Performance in Type A/B Personalities

    Click here for a list of this years participants.