Janaya Slaughter is a Stevenson University undergraduate student majoring in chemistry. She is a rising junior and plans to complete Stevenson’s 4+1 Forensic Science Master’s Program. She will be starting graduate classes at Stevenson this coming spring. She decided to participate in the SCIART program in an effort to expand her research experience. She just completed a semester of computational chemistry research at Stevenson and is looking forward to continuing computational research on the Sensor’steam at UMBC this summer. Dr. Gymama Slaughter from the department of computer science and electrical engineering at UMBC is overseeing her project. Along with Feddi Roth and Khalid Elawad, Janaya will be investigating the effects of vibrations on different pieces of art that would typically be found in a museum in an effort to determine whether or not the effects should be considered detrimental to these pieces. Upon graduating, Janaya hopes to become either a toxicologist or a questioned documents examiner. She is a member of Phi Sigma Sigma at Stevenson and is the conference delegate for her schools chapter of Alpha Chi. She is also a peer tutor as well as an admissions fellow.