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Keiser University Academic Year Culminates with Research Insights

Keiser University Flagship campus students recently participated in a Research Symposium in which they presented findings relating to a variety of subjects encompassing applied engineering, politics, biomedical science, psychology, business, and more.

Led by Professor of Business Administration Dr. John Adams, the end-of-year initiative generated 57 proposals from individual and student groups and culminated in a two-day symposium. Highlights included presentations from former Senior Product Manager Mark Marais, and former lead scientist Miguel G. Vilar, PhD relating to the story of the National Geographic Society’s Genographic Project and its scientific and product development insights.

Student winners included:

Undergraduate Research

First Place: $700

Noelia Garzon Escamilla / Miriam Medina Cardena

Biomedical Sciences

Adaptive Therapy: Modulating Treatment Pressure to Fight Resistance

Research Advisor: Dr. Justin Minnerly

Second Place: $500

Håkon Johansen Syrrist

Political Science

Chinese investments in Africa: Blessing or Curse?

Research Advisor: Dr. Megan Loundsbury

Third Place: $300

Niklas Nyblom

Psychology

Human Rights and Basic Needs: The role of Social Progress and Social Mobility on Happiness

Research Advisors: Dr. Robin Schupper and Dr. Aubrey Franklin

Graduate Research

First Place: $700

Louise Strandberg

MBA Business Administration

Opportunities and Ethical Dilemmas within Neuromarketing

Research Advisor: Dr. Buzz Barak

Second Place: $500

Thomas Buzzerd

Psychology PhD

Emotional Decision Making: A Dual Process Approach to Understanding How Law Enforcement Officers Make Crisis Decisions

Research Advisor: Dr. Laurie Slifka

Third Place: $300

Victoria Lund

MBA Business Administration

Leveraging Training Programs for Cybersecurity in Small Businesses

Research Advisor: Dr. Buzz Barak

Launched on April 13, 2005, The National Geographic Society’s Genographic Project was a genetic anthropological study (sales discontinued 31 May 2019) that aimed to map historical human migration patterns by collecting and analyzing DNA samples.

Keiser University’s Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration focuses on an in-depth study of the functional areas of business, communication skills, ethical business practices, and technology skills needed in today’s global business environment. The program offers various concentrations that allow students to specialize in a specific business discipline to enhance their career opportunities within that field. The program includes opportunities for students to apply skills and knowledge learned throughout the program.

Keiser University is a private, independent, non-profit university serving nearly 20,000 students at 21 Florida campuses, online, and two international sites. Co-founded in 1977 by Chancellor Arthur Keiser, Ph.D., and Evelyn Keiser, Keiser University currently offers more than 100 degrees from associates to the doctoral level. Keiser University is a designated Hispanic-Serving Institution, a member of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, and was ranked No. 5 in the US in Social Mobility by US News And World Report in 2022.

Keiser University Flagship campus students recently participated in a Research Symposium in which they presented findings relating to a variety of subjects encompassing applied engineering, politics, biomedical science, psychology, business, and more.

Keiser University Flagship campus students recently participated in a Research Symposium in which they presented findings relating to a variety of subjects encompassing applied engineering, politics, biomedical science, psychology, business, and more.

Keiser University Flagship campus students recently participated in a Research Symposium in which they presented findings relating to a variety of subjects encompassing applied engineering, politics, biomedical science, psychology, business, and more.

Keiser University Flagship campus students recently participated in a Research Symposium in which they presented findings relating to a variety of subjects encompassing applied engineering, politics, biomedical science, psychology, business, and more.

Keiser University Flagship campus students recently participated in a Research Symposium in which they presented findings relating to a variety of subjects encompassing applied engineering, politics, biomedical science, psychology, business, and more.

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