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  • Conrad, Rebecca (2020-05)
    Cities and states across the country are introducing taxes and bans on single-use plastic bags as concern mounts over the environmental impact of decades of plastic waste. This legislation seeks to decrease litter, ...
  • Boggs, Tucker (2020-05)
    Who do we think we are? This single question initiated every phase of the research and execution of THE GROWING TREE, a musical thesis project about our identities, how they affect us, and where they come from. The goal ...
  • Blake, Troy (2020-05)
    MitoNEET is a [2Fe-2S] cluster-containing protein with an unclear function. However, some of the functions are proposed to have a link to the iron sulfur clusters contained within the protein. Within seven Angstroms of ...
  • Albright, Allison N. (2020-05)
    Critical Care Nursing is included in the curriculum for all nursing students. It is a key factor in determining whether or not a nursing student is able to use all of the previous knowledge they have learned and apply ...
  • Woodruff, Carrie (2020-05)
    Children’s literature has been around for centuries, yet this literature is not universally relatable to all children. Most children’s literature reflects the perspective of majority groups while students from minoritized ...
  • Reel, Andy (2020-05)
    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 ...
  • Buescher, Cassandra (2020-05)
    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 ...
  • Zinn, Kimberly (2020-05)
    Hollywood accounting is a term used in reference to often misleading and arguably corrupt practices carried out by large film studios. I will examine the history of Hollywood accounting and how financial and tax accounting ...
  • Worsham, Kenzie (2020-05)
    Scientists often try to find ways to better explain what governs the universe. Many of these theories and methods are applied by using technology. One such method is Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR). NMR uses an internal ...
  • Woodruff, Carrie (2020-05)
    Children’s literature has been around for centuries, yet this literature is not universally relatable to all children. Most children’s literature reflects the perspective of majority groups while students from minoritized ...
  • Wissel, Keely (2020-05)
    “Dance is for girls.” This is a stereotype I have heard my entire life, and it is typically used by men to express condescension stemming from ignorance. While it is true that women make up the majority of dancers in the ...
  • Williams, Joseph T. (2020-05)
    Tornadoes are destructive forces of nature that can have major impacts on our lives, especially if they hit a major city. Therefore, in recent years, scientists have been analyzing how GIS can be used to study tornado ...
  • Whitman, Tori (2020-05)
    Applying to law school can be one of the most stressful experiences a student endures. There is an abundance of information pre-law students need to know to navigate this process, and without assistance it can be ...
  • Weisenfelder, Jackie (2020-05)
    As soon as they take on a role or responsibilities outside of what is required of them, students are pegged with the label of being a leader. Serving as part of a team or executive board gives students the opportunity ...
  • Wagner, Sarah (2020-05)
    The art of marching band requires attention to detail and dedication to uniformity. When performing, members of a marching ensemble strive to move and play as one. To this end, every ensemble must define a marching ...
  • Turner, Rachel N. (2020-05)
    The topic of this research paper is the world of nature based educational institutions and the impact they have on their students and teachers, as well as the feasibility of making them a more common occurrence in America. ...
  • Thomas, Ashley (2020-05)
    Mark Carnes’ Reacting to the Past series of games have been the leading pioneer in bringing role immersion to a college humanities classroom. Rather than passively reading a textbook or copying down bullet points from a ...
  • Sullivan, Hannah (2020-05)
    Pregnant and parenting students are a demographic that often goes unnoticed and if forgotten about, creates an environment of isolation for them. They require additional resources from colleges and universities that are ...
  • Striegle, Alexandria (2020-05)
    I have loved art and nature since I was a child. I wanted to combine those interests with this project to produce an educational picture book about the small area of tallgrass prairie in Christy Woods on the campus of ...
  • Stratton, Ty (2020-05)
    The questions tackled in this film script deal with those concerning representation and how fragile the barriers between reality and an act really are. In this thesis I wrote four scenes of a dystopian film and analyzed ...

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