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Six CLA students receive awards for 2024 Auburn Research Symposium

Annie Pauley receiving award
Annie Pauley received first place for undergraduate student oral presentations in Human Sciences, Social Sciences, Creative Arts, Nursing and Humanities.

Following the 2024 Auburn University Research Symposium, six College of Liberal Arts students received awards for their posters and oral presentations.

Annie Pauley, an undergraduate student in the Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences, received first place in the university-wide undergraduate student winners in Human Sciences, Social Sciences, Creative Arts, Nursing and Humanities category. She presented “A multimodal study of vocal function and upper airway temperature in individuals with asthma vs. controls.”

Psychological Sciences graduate student Cassidy Brydon placed second among graduate student winners in the university-wide Human Sciences, Social Sciences, Creative Arts and Humanities category. Her presentation focused on “Writing Wrongs: Initial adaptation of expressive writing for minoritized students at predominantly white institutions who experience microaggressions.”

In the university-wide Human Sciences, Social Sciences, Creative Arts, Nursing and Humanities category for undergraduate student poster presentations, Liberal Arts students received all three top honors.

Psychological Sciences student Natalie McBrayer placed first with “Does insight moderate the predictive validity of a neurophysiological indicator of cannabis cue reactivity for predicting behavioral choice?”

Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences student Hope Hartley won second with “Rhythm detection and timing in adults who stutter and those with ADHD.”

Psychological Sciences student Katelyn Mandeville placed third with “Drinking with my friends: The impact of social media use on alcohol consumption and mental health.”

For the College of Liberal Arts, Psychological Sciences graduate student Sydney Waitz-Kudla won the top prize with a study on the “Impact of messaging on veterinarians’ willingness to implement means safety protocols.”

Read more about the Research Symposium awards.

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