Her paper, titled “The Message of Platonic Myths and the Birth of a Modern Mythology" was selected as one of the top papers at the Pop Culture and Philosophy Undergraduate Conference at Georgia Southern University and will be included in the GSU undergraduate journal, “The Indefinite Dyad.”
The paper was also accepted into the regional Southern States Communication Association Undergraduate Honors Conference.
Frankie's presentation titled, “Preferences in Leadership Related to the Five-Factor Model and Gender” won the Excellence in Undergraduate Research Award at the 2013 Human Factors and Applied Psychology Conference in Florida.
Daphne was awarded a National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) internship at New York University in 2012. As if that weren’t enough in a highly-competitive field, Ms. Pariser has been conducting research on protein expression in blue crabs during the academic year. She was also selected for an internship with the Japanese government at Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology. There she worked on a project titled "Signaling Pathways Involved in Th17 Cell Generation."