MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (November 20, 2023) — A Monmouth College student from East Moline, Illinois, recently presented her psychology research at a regional conference. Hannah Rossmiller ('24) of East Moline presented "The Effects of True Crime on State and Trait Anxiety" at the 32nd annual Tri-State Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, held November 11 at Rockford University. The annual day-long symposium focuses on research conducted by undergraduates in collaboration with faculty advisers. It is hosted by a consortium of four colleges from Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin on a rotating basis and attracts several dozen students from schools around the Midwest. This year's conference drew students from 15 colleges and universities.

Founded in 1853 and affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA), Monmouth College provides a transformative educational experience within a caring community of learners. A residential liberal-arts college that is the birthplace of the women's-fraternity movement, Monmouth College empowers students to realize their full potential, live meaningful lives, pursue successful careers, and shape their communities and the world through service and leadership.

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