Barthalmus Grant Winners 2015-2016

Congratulations to the 2015-2016 Barthalmus Grant winners:

  • Noah Coates, High Point University, English/Pre-Med, “Psychological Benefits of Narrative Medicine on Older Adults”
  • Michael T. Dong, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, Chemistry, “Regioselective Anti-Markovnikov Addition to Monoalkyl and 1,1-Dialkyl Olefins with a Xanthylium Catalyst System”
  • Maya Drzewicki, University of North Carolina – Wilmington, Marine Biology, “The role of mechanosensitivity in regulating predator evasion behaviors of Favella sp.”
  • Taylor Felton, University of North Carolina – Pembroke, Chemistry, “HPLC Determination of Amoxicillin from African Drug Samples”
  • Ismael Gomez, Nash Community College, Biology, “A Comparison of Mitochondrial and Nuclear Gene Trees of the Seepage Salamander (Desmognathus aeneus)
  • Qeashaunda Johnson, Chowan University, Literature, “Rhetoric of the Horrifying in Slave Narratives”
  • Minnie Lane, Elon University, Dance and Creative Writing, “Parallels in Dance and Creative Writing: A New Friendship”
  • John Lu, Duke University, Biochemistry, “Determining the unique binding sites on RBPJ for EBNA 2, 3, and Notch”
  • Luis Felipe Roldan, North Carolina State University, Chemical Engineering, “Developing non-growth conditions Methylomicrobium alcaliphilum 20ZR to be used in a trickle-bed reactor”
  • Natalie Suchy, University of North Carolina – Greensboro, Psychology/Education, “Differences Between Tablet Learning and Traditional Learning in Elementary School Children”