Elizabeth Hall

Showcase Presentations

Stetson Showcase is a celebration of achievement that was established to foster an appreciation for academic excellence at Stetson University. Student presenters share their research through presentations, portfolios, posters, readings, music and theater performances, art shows, and multimedia work. They present their programs in professional settings for audiences that include judges, faculty, fellow students and interested members of the community.

2020 Showcase Virtual Presentations

Due to the coronavirus, the Stetson Showcase 2020 is now virtual. See each of this year's presentations below.

  • Drake CunninghamAn Observation of Societal Injustices Towards Antisocial Personalities
  • Ola BartulaEffects of Alcohol and Glutathione on GATA4 Expression and Cardiac Development in Ciona Intestinalis
  • Vincenzo CornacchioneExploring Perceptions of Healthcare Access Among Rural Honduran Community Members
  • Dakota J. Figueroa: From Archenemies to Allies: Reassessing the Birth of the United States-Japan Alliance, 1945-1960
  • Lannie Hough, Madison Gipson and Aaron Stewart: An App Developed for Stetson University Students
  • John LeveeSeasons: Summer, Examining the Relationship Between the Presence of Audio and Subjective User Experience in the Context of Virtual Reality
  • Jeffrey LuDiffusive Flux Study of Biofilm
  • Emily Maule: Where Has the Art Gone? Examining the Use of Imagery in the Baptist Community
  • Kassandra Myers: The Effect of Hand Dominance on Nerve Conduction
  • Jenna Noel Palmisano: Brown Anoles (Anolis sagrei) as an Intermediate Host for the Invasive Pentastome Parasite (Raillietiella orientalis)
  • James Parman: The Paradox of Nostalgia for the ‘American Indian’: How the Heroic Image of Native Americans Emerged from a Century of Relocation, Cultural Warfare, and Extermination 1840-1913
  • Nelson E. Quezada Herrera: Measuring Support for the Green New Deal Through Issue Framing and Identity Priming
  • Alexis SinghThe Portrayal of Christian Groups on Spreading Awareness of Human Trafficking in the United States and in Thailand