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  • Alcorn, Kiersten (2017-05)
    My senior honors recital included the Concerto in B-flat Major for Harp by George Frideric Handel, Haru no Umi by Michio Miyagi, Introduction et Allegro by Maurice Ravel, "Spanish Dance No. 1" from La Vida Breve by Manuel ...
  • Tvaroha, Lauren A. (2017-03)
    This paper investigates the gendered dialogue used in popular children's books. Pulling from a list of "100 Best Children's Books," this paper analyzes the characters in these books based on the gender binary and type of ...
  • Tomblin, Kylee (2017-05)
    The purpose of life is to illuminate and create the self. I did not always believe this. In fact, the Honors sequence was the catalyst for my interest and investment in the Individual. In this paper, I walk readers through ...
  • Smit, Susanna (2017-05)
    Teaching provides professional musicians with the chance to guide the next generation. The creation of a standardized, but flexible curriculum allows music teachers to provide consistent, effective instruction. There are ...
  • Tinkel, Alexis (2017-05)
    Transitioning from high school to adult life is an exciting time in a student's life. However, this transition can be especially difficult for students with disabilities. For this reason, legislation has been put in place ...
  • Stutz, Andrew (2017-05)
    Sports are an integral part of most modem day societies, and sports stars can be among some of the most influential people in the world, for better or for worse. Chinese tennis legend Li Na is an example of a star athlete ...
  • Seibel, Brooke (2017-05)
    For two and a half years nursing students are put through a rigorous set of curricula that culminates in the Adult Health 4, nursing critical care, course. Students are expected to assess and research a patient and his ...
  • Schmits, Margaret E. (2017-05)
    Science is continuously aiding us in developing new technologies we use in our everyday life, but STEM fields are not producing enough graduates to meet the demand. Science experiments that are not only interesting, but ...
  • Myers, Todd (2017-05)
    Approximately 30 million people are affected by diabetes in the United States alone. Insulin used to treat diabetics can lead to a variety of deleterious effects, including memory loss, during episodes of low blood ...
  • Morgan, Margaret (student at Ball State University) (2017-05)
    Adolescence is a trying time for everyone. When I think back to my middle school and early high school days, the memories are usually met with a cringe. When reading Everything Will Be Different..A Brief History of Helen ...
  • Mooney, Mikayla (2017-05)
    Field hockey is one of the most popular sports in the world but does not have the same following in the United States that it does in other countries. I examine the history of the sport, the demographics, the opportunities ...
  • Miller, Lucas (2017-05)
    The goal of my project was to use the medium of short fiction to explore different types of romantic relationships and the types of issues and dramatic situations that arise from them. I did this by writing three different ...
  • Miller, Kaela (2017-05)
    Each year in the United States, at least 2 million people become infected with bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics. Approximately 23,000 people die each year as a direct result of these infections, which makes ...
  • Middleton, Casey (2017-05)
    Film adaptations of literature have been around for a considerable amount of time. Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, The Shining, The Hunger Games, and The Da Vinci Code only name a few of the many books that have gone on ...
  • Merkel, Kimberly (2017-05)
    Ethics is an essential element of business. It provides guidelines and principles for decision making that promote the wellbeing of the general public, accomplished by students studying ethics in the United States. Despite ...
  • McGarvey, Madeline (2017-05)
    The purpose of this thesis is to identify the best practices that are successfully garnering financial support for programs at the university level. In addition, these ideas were applied to future strategic planning for ...
  • Mayer, Brooke (2017-05)
    The United Methodist Church has given women full clergy rights since 1956. Yet many members of the Methodist Church have never experienced a clergywoman leading them. In addition, people who consider themselves Methodists ...
  • MacNulty, Jessica (2017-05)
    Walt Disney World Resort is a place filled with immersive, detailed experiences. When a guest steps into any park, resort, attraction, or restaurant, they are launched into another world. I wanted to dive deeper into why ...
  • Leon, Marco (2017-05)
    In the field of speech pathology, professionals use tools such as comic books to help teach children in therapy. Professionals also act as advocates for people with communication disorders, as liaisons between those directly ...
  • Golden, Jessica (2017-05)
    Advertising and visual messages have long been a source of public debate due to the gray area they occupy within biases and half-truths, especially since the advent of social media. Online targeted communications can spread ...

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