Student Symposium

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Recent Submissions

  • Lucas, Carly (2020-03)
    This project covers two semesters of creative research on movement affinities, which describe the way that an individual personally and instinctively moves in regard to dance improvisation. The research emphasizes that the ...
  • Wu, Xinye; Wang, Henry; Dickin, Clark; Bassette, Laura (2020)
    Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often exhibit motor deficits. It was unclear how children and adolescences with ASD develop their gait patterns due to the possible motor deficits. In order to understand the ...
  • Harvey, Jessica (2020)
    Music induced hearing loss is caused by exposure to excessive intensity levels of music. Marching band and pep band musicians are exposed to high intensity music levels as well as long durations due to multiple practices ...
  • Mattson, Deborah (2020)
    This landscape architecture project addresses the need for a nature-based therapeutic environment for children in one-on-one and group trauma therapy. The proposed design will be a therapeutic setting for experiential ...
  • Orozco, Luis Eduardo (2020-04)
    Forced migration is referred to as the forcible displacement of people to new regions. When highly educated professionals are forcibly displaced, they need to cope with the challenge of integrating into the host country’s ...
  • Bayer, Riley; Kotecki, Jerome (2020)
    The purpose of this study was to evaluate the suitability of the Diet Quality Screening Tool. We carried out a Suitability Assessment of Materials (SAM) with 30 health care professionals. SAM evaluates materials in six ...
  • Norton, Alexandra (4/21/2020)
    Homocystinuria is an autosomal recessive metabolic disease that leads to elevated levels of homocysteine due to functional defects in the enzyme cystathionine-beta-synthase (CBS). Globally, incidence is low, but appears ...
  • Asher, Sunaina (2019-11)
    This study evaluated the Conversation Pals program initiated by the Rinker Center for International Programs which connected the level 3 Chinese students in the Intensive English Institute (IEI) and the American students ...
  • Orozco, Luis Eduardo (2019)
    Online classes allow the convenience of learners to connect and retrieve information at any time. One of the most important activities from online classes is the interaction among students using an online discussion ...
  • Ajibola, Olayinka (2019)
    Over the past decade, there have been remarkable support for the Green parties in Britain, as environmental issues have become more popular. Due to the geographical division of Britain, the Green parties of Scotland, the ...
  • Ajibola, Olayinka (2019-04-09)
    This paper examines midterm elections in the quest to find the evidence which accounts for the electoral loss of the party controlling the presidency. The first set of theory, the regression to the mean theory, explained ...
  • Krerowicz, Aaron (2019-04-09)
    Few songwriting partnerships can match the longevity, innovations, and popularity of John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Together they formed the core of The Beatles, arguably the most important rock band in history. Fascinatingly, ...
  • Daugherty, Breanna (2019-04-09)
  • Asher, Sunaina (2019-04-09)
    Pakistan is a multilingual and multiethnic country where regional languages are not given equal status. A dual system of education (English/Urdu medium) creates gaps in the learning and performance of students. The regional ...
  • Loo, Marisa; Troy, Willis; Wang, Henry (2018-04-17)
    The gold standard for human motion analysis in the field of biomechanics is an optical motion capture system that records human movement and kinematic data. Kinematics describes the motion of a subject with spatiotemporal ...