Heard about research and not sure what it is or if it is for you? Read more and find out. You might be surprised at what you can do!
Bridgett McGill (UCO 2021) is seeking survey participants for her Student RCSA project, “To Thing or Not to Thing, That Should be the Question.” This project is collecting information about the quality of relationships and self-esteem. Participation in this study is anonymous and presents minimal to no risk to you.
The Central Undergraduate Research Board (CURB) is a small group of student leaders on campus who serve as an advisory board promoting undergraduate research, creative, and scholarly activity at UCO. The board consists of 5-10 members representing the university’s five colleges, and works with the Office of High-Impact Practices to engage students . . .
Chemical Analysis of Processed Human Hair Extensions for Use in Forensic Casework
With the increasing use of hair extensions, it is possible that a hair sample discovered at a crime scene may be a processed human hair extension and have no physical or genetic connection to the individual wearing the hair extensions. This can be misleading in an investigation . . .
The past year has brought many challenges as we have adapted to life during a pandemic. One significant change we have experienced is the shift from in-person conferences to virtual ones. Although virtual events lack the face-to-face interactions, they can be as informative, engaging, and rewarding as in-person events. Here are my tips for getting . . .
Meet UCO students Veronica Fuxa, Senior English Education Major, and Vincent Pinion, Senior Master’s Student in Experimental Psychology. Their faculty mentor is Dr. Anastasia Wickham. Veronica got involved in her research through preparing to student-teach. She noticed how some teachers reacted towards technology usage such as Google Classroom . . .
Due to circumstances surrounding COVID-19, University of Central Oklahoma student researchers were unable to present at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research. In the next few weeks, we will be highlighting some of these phenomenal students and their research.
First is Savannah Melher, a Senior Strategic Communications Major with Dr. Mary . . .
Do you want a chance to be published? Do you have research, creative writing, poetry, reviews, or art you’d like to see in print? Submit your abstract to the Office of High Impact Practices to be featured in 1890: A Journal of Undergraduate Research.
The need for greater focus on the validation and verification of tools has become more evident in recent years. The research in this area has been minimal. Continued research regarding the validation of digital forensics tools is necessary to help meet demands from both the law enforcement and scientific communities and to bring digital forensics . . .
The overall purpose of this graduate project is to provide digital forensics instructors at the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) with a manually generated computer crimes case simulation that offers students a replicated real-world experience of what it is like being a practicing digital forensic examiner. This simulation offers digital forensic . . .