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  • Cermak, Asha (2021-05)
    This paper compares the characteristics of four populist parties within the Visegrad Group. The Visegrad group is comprised of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia. These countries all have an intertwined ...
  • Reel, Andy (2021-05)
    In his 1993 paper, “Square Tilings with Prescribed Combinatorics”, Oded Schramm gave a remarkable one-to-one correspondence between triangulations of planar regions and tilings of rectangles by squares. Schramm uses a ...
  • Parkhurst, Kimberly (2021-05)
    Baseball is known as “America’s Pastime.” Any sports aficionado can spout off facts about the National or American League based on who they support. It is much more difficult to talk about the early days of baseball. ...
  • Mueller, Sarah (2021-05)
    The research questions that this study was challenged with answering were (1) What is the prevalence of sexually transmitted infections (STI’s) in college-aged women in the United States (2) How do gender roles impact ...
  • Hall, Jocelyn (2020-05)
    I believe in letting people speak, for through speaking, one is heard, understood, and one’s valley deep turmoil is used by another to build mountain-high change. Storytelling is important. It is how we as a culture ...
  • Gunnell, Hannah (2021-05)
    The Ball State University Honors College is a liberal arts institution in a public university. As the first Honors Program in the state of Indiana, the Honors College is the birthplace of creativity, innovation and ...
  • Engel, Philomena (2021-05)
    Food insecurity in the U.S. is a devastating issue that ties into similar issues of food waste and obesity. The rate of food insecurity in Delaware County, Indiana alone ranges from 16% overall to 20% for children ...
  • Carnes, Kendall (2021-05)
    In a society which has what appears to be increasingly polarizing political ideologies, it comes as no surprise that politics can be a sensitive topic, even with those who share the same beliefs as ourselves. When fear ...
  • Buescher, Cassandra (2021-05)
    High school theatre often brings back cringe-worthy memories of stilted productions of Beauty and the Beast or cobbled together versions of A Midsummer Night’s Dream; it does not have to be this way. I believe new work ...
  • Bridge, Alyssa (2021-05)
    Sports have always been an integral part of culture since their development. Particularly, the game of basketball, developed in 1891, has been a popular sport in the United States and in Indiana. At its origin, women were ...
  • Gagnon, Nathan (2021-05)
    This research paper focuses on extreme wet periods and dry periods that follow closely after one another. The primary focus of this paper is to determine the number and severity of whiplash precipitation events that occurred ...
  • Cruz, Jenni; De Santiago, Edgar; De Santiago, Karina; Gonzalez, Rosa; Gutierrez, Stephanie; Hyde, Hannah; Jacquez, Denise; Lara, Lauren; Martinez, Diana; Mendoza, Daisy; Murrugarra, Alina; Rodriguez, Ashley Navarro; Ortiz, Blanca; Perez-Muñoz, Yatzari; Cisneros, María Sanchez; Wright, Isabelle; Armstrong, Rachel; Elmore, Bethany; Fields, Bailey; Gause, Joely; Hoffer, Rebekah; Kasuboski, Jordan; Lambertson, Cecilia; Martin, Alexandra; Persinger, Justin; Ramsell, Maddie; Rieth, Elizabeth; Shaw, Abigail; Sturgis, Grant; Thomas, Darla; Thompson, Peyton; Zirnheld, Jerome; Allen, Dani; Backs, Madeline; Castillo-Soto, Jazmin; Huynh, Amanda; Newlin, Jacob; Torrence, Carl; Wyse, Amy (2021)
    Advanced Spanish students at BSU (SP305, SP404, SP340) collaborated with elementary schools at two community school districts to promote their dual language immersion (DLI) programs. BSU students explored the state of ...
  • Burkhardt, Lina (2021)
  • Cain, Ruby; Finch, Maria Hernandez; Simmons-Reed, Evette; Lowery, Kendra; Burkhardt, Lina (2021)
  • Collier, Patrick; Concepcion, David; DeMaagd, Allyson; Sarkar, Sreyoshi (2021)
    This workbook is designed for hands-on use by college teachers in humanities subjects who wish to make their pedagogy more inclusive in all ways. It thus focuses not only on the content students encounter (whether they ...
  • Felker-Kantor, Max; Frausto, Obed Gatica; Fredericks, Rachel; Smith, Rachael; Rutter, Emily Ruth (2021)
    Inclusive Excellence is a concept developed by experts at the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) as a way to re-imagine diversity and inclusion as the active process of making excellence inclusive ...
  • Contreras, Jose; Gatza, Andrew; Brasel, Kelsey; Neumann, Klaus; Robinson-Hill, Rona (2021)
    Are you interested in exploring issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion? Interested in antiracism and intersectionality? Are you situated in mathematics education, science, science education, and/or business? If so, ...
  • Nicoletti, Thomas (2020-12-19)
    Using estimated consumer utilities for 21 different iced tea claims, this study aimed to examine how typical factor extraction approaches, as well as exploratory graph analysis, performed comparatively. Data was collected ...
  • Mendenhall, Michael R. (2020-12-19)
    This research project focuses on Willa Cather’s 1927 novel, Death Comes from the Archbishop. The author argues that Cather’s protagonist, Father (later Archbishop) Latour seeks to erect an extraordinary edifice of faith ...

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