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Theses and Projects from 2019
Examination of behavioral lateralizations in juvenile tarantulas in the presence of prey odors, Matthew Angelosanto (Biology)
On the syntax of resultatives, Marley S. Beaver (English Language and Literature)
Understanding the role of Atg7 and Atg14 in autophagy, Ronith Chakraborty (Chemistry)
The European and American immigration struggle: How two continents endeavor to solve the immigration question, Austin Creal (Political Science)
What's in a name: Obamacare v. the Affordable Care Act in the 2016 election, Connor De Haan (English Language and Literature)
Memorialization & legitimization in the United States: Case studies of the Holocaust and Civil Rights, Savannah C. Ferrante (Political Science)
Characterization of the histone binding properties of the epigenetic reader protein UHRF2 to H3 in PHD domain, Marisa Gilliam (Chemistry)
Characterization of reproductive tumors in caenorhabditis elegans, Shanti Nicole Gunda Bernstein (Biology)
For your consumption: Curating and exhibition, Sasha Guo (Art)
Attitudes, beliefs, and changing trends of cannabis usage among college students, Addison L. Jendza (Health Promotion and Human Performance)
Health outcomes for low-income older adults with diabetes who receive services from Meals on Wheels, Monyca Johnson (College of Health and Human Services)
Studying the binding mechanics of autophagy-related protein Atg11 by use of yeast-2-hybrid screen, Mitchell Meyer (Chemistry)
Imagining queer futures to ensure queer survival, Leah A. Minadeo (Women's and Gender Studies)
Colombia's post conflict: A grassroots approach to the implementation of the peace accords as a necessary element to build a long lasting peace, Maria Paula Perdomo Garcia (Political Science)
Analyzing counter improvised explosive device equipment for effectiveness in preventing casualty, Roxanne Reinhardt (Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology)
Women rising: The American Revolution and evangelical thought, Roxanne Reinhardt (History and Philosophy)
The effect of mild cognitive impairment on anxiety in older adults in American and Ukraine, Eleanor Ryan (Psychology)
Mindfulness-based meditation and its effects on college students, Jordan Sieja (Psychology)
On the necessity of the humanities: How a foundational education in the humanities can help us to address the pressing issues facing our world today, Blake Trinske (History and Philosophy)