Johnathan Oswald, Alva senior, received the first place award at the conclusion of the third annual Ranger Research Day at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. His project was titled “An Electrophysiological Analysis of the Tail Shaker Complex in Western Diamondback Rattlesnakes with the Use of Electromyography. Dr. Aaron Place, assistant professor of biology, sponsored Oswald.
Second place recognition went to Amanda Moyer, Fargo sophomore, with her project titled “Establishing Personality Trends in Lupus Patients.” Dr. Mark Davis, professor of psychology, sponsored Moyer.
Melissa McGinnis, Enid senior, was awarded the third place prize for her project titled “Traditional Gender Roles and Religious Ideology.” Dr. Wayne McMillin, professor of psychology, sponsored McGinnis.
MISSION STATEMENT: Northwestern Oklahoma State University provides quality educational and cultural opportunities to learners with diverse needs by cultivating ethical leadership and service, critical thinking and fiscal responsibility.