FUSE Class of 2016
From studying the sex ratios of Parrotfish in Belize to determining organizational identity of the University of North Georgia, The FUSE Class of 2016 is truly our most academically diverse class yet.
2016 FUSE Projects
College of Arts & Letters
- The Effects of Continuous Environmental Exposure to the Endocrine Disruptor Bisphenol A on Measures of Health, Depression, and Anxiety in Mice
- Dr. Abby Meyer, Abbey Grey
- Organizational Identity and the University of North Georgia: A Proposal for the FUSE Summer Program
- Dr. Caitlin Wills-Toker, Faith Brown
College of Education
College of Science and Mathematics
- Shoulder That Load And Walk: Investigating Foraging Dynamics In Neotropical Leafcutter Ants
- Dr. Mark Davis, Daniel Brown
- The neurodegernative effects of zinc buildup in the brain following infection
- Dr. Jessica Gomolak, Alyssa Thompson
- Creation of a Long-Term Parrotfish Sex-Ratio Monitoring Program in Calabash Caye, Belize
- Gene expression in stem cells
- Dr. Margaret Smith, Sonia Alcantar and Andrew Shirley
Student Start-Up FUSE Funded Projects
- Geochemical and Petrographic analysis of Stone Mountain, Arabia Mountain, and Panola Mountain
- Joshua Botticher, Faculty Mentors: Dr. Jerry Allison and Dr. Katayoun Mobasher
- Further Exploring the Role of Control, as Well as Various Other Potential Biopsychosocial Correlates, in Eating Disorder Pathology
- Samantha Clark, Faculty Mentor: Dr. Kelly Cate
Want to be part of the FUSE Class of 2017?
FUSE Applications are due the last Friday in October by 5:00 PM.