This collection contains posters from the AANAPISI Scholars Summer Research Institute which offers eligible undergraduate students the opportunity to conduct research under the guidance of a faculty mentor.
This program provides grants and related assistance to Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-serving institutions (AANAPISI) to enable such institutions to improve and expand their capacity to serve Asian Americans and Native American Pacific Islanders and low-income individuals.
Submissions from 2016
Tempo Perception Across Cultures: The Beat is All It Takes, Kendall L. Lyons, Jessica E. Nave-Blodgett, and Erin E. Hannon
The Teshik-Tash Child: Evolutionary Montage During the Middle Paleolithic, Nirosh Moodley and Alesha Pettit
Analyzing Data of Thin-Film Photovoltaic Cells, Eric Ng and Shubra Bansal
Cancer-Related Fatigue Trajectory and Biological Correlates of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Patients During Chemotherapy, Timothy D. Ogburn and Nada Lukkahatai
Construction and Assembly of a Hyperdrive Recording Implant, Andrew A. Ortiz, Ryan A. Wirt, and James M. Hyman
Regulation of Cancer Stem Cells by Protein Post-Translational Modifications, Emily Khanh Pham and Hui Zhang
Improving Germination Rates for Select Native Perennial Seeds of The Sonoran Desert, Nha Trang Vivian Sam, Scott Abella, and Lindsay P. Chiquoine
Homelessness in the Valley, Termaine Turner II and Christopher Wakefield
Examining Differences Between Asian Americans and Whites for Gambling and Drinking, Kanisha Wilson, Gloria Wong-Padoongpatt, Wilson To, Taylor Lott, Naweed Yusufzai, Trevor Neeley, Todeh Toomians, Chase Shropshire, and Nolan Zane