PELLA — Central College hosted a weeklong Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry event to showcase the many projects by Central students during the 2022-223 academic year.

The following students presented their projects:

Pella — Aiden Brumwell, “Personal Calendar: A Web-Application,” Kenyon Geetings, “Counting Sheets: A High-Tech Solution for Sweet Dreams of Sheet Metal Stockpiling,” Aidan Johnson, “The Findley Service Project: Math Activities for Findley Elementary's Visiting Students,” Bryce McCain, “Now Let's Talk about Business: Employee's Perceptions of Racism and Bias in the Workplace,” and “Social Media Engagement in Football,” Tanner Randol, “The Relationship Between Personality and Conspiracy Theory Belief,” Blake Recker, “George Halas and the Historians,” Jacob Schulte, “Kit Carson and the Historians,” and “Internship: Pella Historical Society and Museums - Tourism,” Joshua Van Gorp, “Rational versus Emotional Appeals in the Context of Post Engagement,” Alexander Shafer, “How racism impacts the school system and what needs to change,” and Little Sports Awareness,” Blake Meyer, “Internship: Van Maanen, Siestra, Meyer & Nikkel, PC.,” and Trey Wood, “Is There a Morning Morality Effect for Everyday and Utilitarian Decision-Making?”; Oskaloosa — Madie Holle, “Correlation Analysis of Extractable Iron and Organic Carbon in Prairie Soil”; Pleasantville — Paige Busick, “Judgments of Casual Sexual Relationships,” and Riley Konrad, “The Vietnam War and the Historians; and Internship: Office of Senator Grassley”; Otley — Chance Palm, “Social Media and Popular Music”; Harvey — Elisa Rooda, “Supporting Preschool Children in Sustaining Positive Relationships: Which Curriculum Does It Best?”

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