Ranger Research Day results are in

Ranger Research Day XII has found its winnining contestans.
Psychology: first place went to Shanely Russo for her project titled, “Stress in College: How Each Gender is Affected by Stress in Different Aspects of Life.”
Second place went to Whitney Hake, for her project titled, “Interactions between Number of ACE Exposure, Treatment Effects, and Teenage Pregnancy.”
Third place went to Kaylen McCary, for her project titled, “Life Satisfaction and Pet Ownership.” Taylor was McCary’s sponsor.
History: first place went to Brandy Hinesley-Chambers, for her project titled, “The Greenwood Massacre.”
Second place went to Clinton Shelton, for his project titled, “The Hitlerjugend (Hitler Youth): A Case Study of Manipulation and Indoctrination of German Youth, 1926–1945.”
Biology: first place went to Willow Gahr, for her project titled, “Rattle Me This: One Trial Learning in Rattlesnakes.”
Second place went to Audrey Estes, for her project titled “Bacteria and Spice Correlation.”
Physics: Gahr won first place for her project titled, “AI: Arduino Investigation.”
Nursing: first place went to Ashley Putnam and TayAshley
Putnam (left) and Taylor Kennedy (right) won first place in the Nursing category of poster presentations for their project titled, “Alternative Therapy in Decreasing Preeclampsia.”
Photo by Alexandra Gavitt
lor Kennedy, for their project titled, “Alternative Therapy in Decreasing Preeclampsia.”
Second place went to Whitney Johnson and Tanya Karnes, for their project titled, “Fighting the Prevalence of Heart Failure Readmission.”
Third place went to April Troop and Jada LaFosse, for their project titled, “Quantifying Blood Loss in Postpartum Hemorrhage.”
English: first place went to Ashley Wilson, for her paper titled, “Human Nature and the Western Frontier: Exposing the Inevitability of Groupthink and Vigilante Justice in Walter Van Tilburg Clark’s The Ox-Bow Incident.”
Second went to Cortney Emerson, for her paper titled, “Challenging Society: How Kate Chopin Changed Society’s View of Women.”
History: first place was awarded to Hinesley-Chambers for her research paper titled, “The Greenwood Massacre,” which was also entered as a poster presentation.