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Theses and Projects from 2019
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)
Association between adverse childhood experiences, socioeconomic status, access to care and depression in adults, Sierra Powdhar (Psychology)
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 biocultural evolution of inflammatory bowel diseases, Amanda Rielinger (Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology)
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)
The relationship between maltreatment and self-regulation trajectories: A multimethod approach, Grayson Sturgis (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)
Mindfulness and meditation for pain control and stress relief in the school-age children: An integrative review, Danielle Michelle Weekes (Nursing)
Utilization of homoplasy-free SINE markers to resolve the phylogeny of Peromyscus species, Alec Wroblewski (Biology)
The assessment & treatment of English language learners: With supplemental case study, Melinda Yax (Special Education)
Theses and Projects from 2018
Depression, Thanu Abraham (Nursing)
Canine-Assisted Therapy: The Impact of Service Dog Partnership on Symptoms of PTSD in Veterans, Katherine Ankenbauer (Social Work)
The Effects of Personal Attitudes on the Criminal Justice System, Samantha Ayers (Psychology)