7 Students Presenting at State Science Symposium

Seven of Walker's Guided Scientific Research students have been invited to present their research Feb. 26-28 at the Georgia Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (GJSHS) hosted by UGA. Only 50 students from the state of Georgia were invited to make presentations this year, and Walker has seven of them! Congratulations!

Engineering concentration participants:
  • Anjali Kanuru: “Machine Learning to Assist in Diagnosing Neurological Gait Disorders through Wearable Sensors”
  • Miguel Valentin: “The Effects of Carbon Dioxide in Liquid Culture on Mycelial Growth”
Public health concentration participants:
  • Divya Gordon:The Frequency and Psychological Effects of Microaggressions and Name Mispronunciation in an Independent School Environment”
  • Priya Nath: ”Racial Discrepancies in 5-HTTLPR Promoter Region Gene-Environment Interactions on High School Students and Faculty’s Reported Daily Stress Levels”
  • Carolina Paz: “Microbial Communities on Commonly Touched surfaces in a Dance Studio”
  • Allison Riley:Verbal and Nonverbal Communication in Autism Spectrum Disorder”
  • Raj Shroff: “The Effect of Age and Inferred Development of the Prefrontal Cortex on Economic Decision Making and Emotional Intelligence”
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