LEMONT FURNACE, Pa. — Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus has announced the winners of its spring Learning Fair, a campus-wide event that showcases research projects from students across various disciplines.
Undergraduate Research Category Winners
First Place: Kenadi Erdely for her project titled "Cat Calls and Power Calls: How Need-for-Power May Predict Sexist Attitudes in the Workplace," under the guidance of faculty mentor Aris Karagiorgakis.
Second Place: Sydney Knicely for her project titled "Does Empathy Influence Attitudes Towards Disabled People?" under the guidance of faculty mentor Aris Karagiorgakis.
Third Place: Sarah Bielawski for her project titled "Can How You Were Parented Influence Your Ability to Self-Regulate?" under the guidance of faculty member Aris Karagiorgakis.
Class Project Category Winners
First Place: Laurel Black and Virginia Mirandy for their project titled " VR-Cost vs. Traditional Lab Equipment Cost/Fees," under the guidance of faculty mentor Valerie Vanderhoff.
Second Place: Austin Brundege, Alexandra Costantine, Makenna Katona, Alysha Lessman, and Autumn Philips for their project titled "Fecal Implantation," under the guidance of faculty mentor Valerie Vanderhoff.
Third Place: Ryan Balentine, Joshua Krause, and Brandon Myers for their project titled “Programmed Motorized Cart System,” under the guidance of faculty mentor Gerald Angle.
Penn State Fayette congratulates the winners and participants for their research. The Learning Fair serves as an excellent platform for students to share ideas with the campus community. This event will return in the spring semester under the new title of "Penn State Fayette Undergraduate Exhibition," on April 24, 2024.