Capstone Showcase 2021

Capstone Showcase banner - Virtual
Fri, Apr 23 | 2:00 PM
Virtual - Zoom

Learn more about the hard work our HC Seniors have put into their Capstones!


The event will begin with a common welcome and a collective (virtual) toast to HC Seniors' research and success.

HC Seniors will be presenting their Capstones virtually from across all disciplines via the New Brunswick Student Exhibits platform created by Rutgers Libraries, as well as through personal Q&A rooms over Zoom following the toast.

Guest Registration

The showcase is free and open to all. 
Students are welcome to invite their families, friends, faculty, and professional staff.

If you are interested in attending this event as a guest, please register.

Our 2021 Student Presenters

Below we've listed the names of this year's Honors College seniors presenting their capstones virtually. Soon you will also be able to visit the presenters' exhibit pages to learn more about their capstones.


Sruti Cheruvu

School of Arts and Sciences
Functional Outcomes of Neonatal Bilateral Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE) Model

Ashley Crawley

School of Arts and Sciences
The Neuroscience of Addiction: Longitudinal Changes in the Responses of the Brain's Striatal Regions across Prolonged Drug Use

Kaitlin Decker

School of Environmental and Biological Sciences
Enrichment and Characterization of Debrominating Bacteria Associated with Hawaiian Sponges and Corals

Georgia Garrow

School of Arts and Sciences
Exercise Sensitivity and Physical Activity in Adults with Type II Diabetes

Karen Li

Mason Gross School of the Arts
This Way, Not That: The Mandarin Particle A

Michaela Lozada

Mason Gross School of the Arts

Mugdha Parulekar

School of Arts and Sciences
Poor Outcomes for Pregnant Women Infected by Vector-borne Diseases

Maya Ravichandran

School of Arts and Sciences
Prediction of Attitudes Towards COVID-19 Social Distancing Practices Using Machine Learning 


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