The Summer Scholarship, Creative Arts and Research Projects (SCARP) program was created to support independent student research under the sponsorship of a faculty mentor. The program is a non-credit experiential learning program designed to enhance professional skills and provide a competitive advantage to participating students in the pursuit of career opportunities and graduate studies. At the same time, participating faculty scholars and researchers will benefit from student involvement in support of professional scholarship and research agendas.

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Events from 2019

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Emotional Intelligence and Disordered Eating: Efficacy of Analysis Via Ecological Momentary Assessment, Sarah Kaden

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Correctional Officers: Attitudes and Training, Madison Meiser and Emma Ricciardelli

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The correlation of a novel BIN1 isoform and the expression of SV40 T antigen in human diploid fibroblasts, Carli Monostra

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Examining Preservation Methods for Long-Term Fecal Matter Storage, Caroline Veronica Ruiz and Celeste Workman

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Development of an Immunoassay to Detect Leptin, a Hormone Associated to Fat Metabolism, in American black bears, Alexander Russo

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Exploring the Synthesis of Substituted Porphyrins, Christina Schnee

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The effect of Cisplatin on Human Diploid Fibroblast Cells expressing SV40 T-Antigen, Emma Shangraw

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Computational Analysis of Steel Joists at Elevated Temperatures, Elle Shatto

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Luminescent Metal-Organic Frameworks, Lucas Stehle and Kaitlyn Mercando

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Synthesis of an Amide-Based Extended Heterocyclic System Capable of Hydrogen Bonding to Both the Adenine and Uracil in dsRNA for RNA Recognition Using PNA, John M. Talbott and Aubrey L. Maryniak