The Cloudburst research project, which took place in Vietnam, was a transformative experience for all students involved. Students developed language around the idea of "performative research." The project allowed them to see dance in a new way that relates choreography to a process that engenders empathy between people. Sarah Prinz and other students were able to capture their findings in this video and blog.
History undergraduates Sarah Deas, Lauren Rogers, Katherine Will, and Melanie Zagorski were recently awarded Provost Fellowships by Loyola Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (LUROP). This is “the largest, most flexible, and most diverse fellowship” offered by LUROP. The Provost Fellows will conduct research projects under the guidance of a faculty member and will present their research projects in either an oral or poster presentation at next spring’s research symposium.
Loyola undergraduate students from the psychology department's Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience lab won best poster prizes at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society which took place in San Francisco, CA from March 28–31.