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CVATD Students to present at Undergraduate Research Symposium

Published March 21, 2012

March 27, 2012, Strozier Library, 10am – 2 pm

The Twelfth Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium is a showcase for undergraduate student researchers to present their work to the university community. Nearly 70 undergraduates from all disciplines will present current or recently completed academic projects showcasing the diversity of topics, approaches, and interests at Florida State University. The Symposium serves as a resource for undergraduates not yet engaged in research and creative pursuits to learn how fellow students have developed their intellectual interests, current projects, and faculty connections.
Learn more about our presenters by downloading the symposium program at

Participating CVATD students include:


  • Re-Choreographing Cinderella: Exploring a Feminist Perspective
    Shiloh Hodges (Faculty Mentor: Ms. Gerri Houlihan, School of Dance)


  • Portraitures of Beauty (A Directed Independent Study in Photography)
    Aubrie Rodriguez (Faculty Mentor: Prof. Rick McCullough, School of Dance)


  • Healthy Interior Environments in Haitian Orphanage Design
    10:50 – 11:10 a.m. / Room 107-E
    Amanda Krueger (Faculty Mentor: Prof. Jim Dawkins, Department of Interior Architecture + Design)
  • There Is No Rose: Contemporary Choreography Meets the Anglican Choral Tradition
    11:10 – 11:30 a.m. / Room 107-H
    Hannah Barnard (Faculty Mentor: Prof. Gerri Houlihan, School of Dance)
  • Erotic Badges in the Middle Ages
    11:50 – 12:10 p.m. / Room 107-G
    Mary Vretas (Faculty Mentor: Dr. Paula Gerson, Department of Art History)