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May '16

Honors Thesis Symposium

May 6, 2016 8:30am - 5:00pm

8:30am - 10:00am Gaining and Defending Rights:

  •  Bianca Gonzalez “LGBTQA People of Color: The Impact of Adversities on Self-Efficacy”
  • Rebecca Tiell-Krekeler “Using Policy in the Fight to End Human Trafficking”
  • Raquel Marquez “Restorative Justice in Criminal Offenders: Benefits Concerning the Victim, the Offender, and the Community”

10:15am - 11:45am Conflictedness in the Arts: 

  • Liukura Mariman “The Novel: A Screenplay”
  • Emily P. Butler-Probst “‘Desolation of Solitude’: Intellectual Detachment and Interpersonal Embrace in Melville’s Moby-Dick”
  • Robert D. Brazell “Technology as a Catalyst for Educational Reform”

1:30pm - 3:00pm Improve the System, Improve the Process:

  • Chris M. Battraw  “Consolidated Reporting: Development, Issues, and Solution”
  • Rachael Connor “Designing for a “No UI” Experience: Designing Intelligently for Sustainable Solutions”
  • Kyle Nolan “An Analysis of Cultural Cognition: How Our Values Influence Opinions on Science”

3:15pm - 5:00pm A Healthier Way:

  • Emerald Boes “My Love Was Lost: Exploring the Connections Between Photography and Bereavement”
  • Max Boyle “Universal Health Care:  Prevention-Aimed Single Payer Would Improve Health and Reduce Costs in the US
  • Maggie Brown “Empowerment through Experience: Skill Practice to Learn Healthy Habits”

Thesis symposium flyer 2016spring
Thesis symposium flyer 2016spring

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