Virginia Commonwealth University offers the GREAT summer research program to undergraduate students. The program allows students to have funded research training under VCU faculty and is supported by Spit for Science faculty collaborators. The GREAT symposium allowed students to present their summer research projects.
Zakira Debraux presented on Investigating the "Association of Polygenic Risk Scores with Alcohol Consumption Among African Ancestry College Students."
Tene'Sha Crews presented on "Examining Associations Between Alcohol Consumption, Alcohol UseDisorder (AUD) and Race/Ethnicity Within a College Population."
Hailie Suarez-Rivas presented on "Examining the Relationship between Exposure to Interpersonal Violence and Alcohol Consumption by Sex."