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Fall 2013 Honors Thesis Symposium

This fall's Thesis projects will be presented on Tuesday, December 3, in Reeve 306 beginning at 4:30:

Alyssa Kreitzman (Psychology major) will present "The Effects of Gender Pronouns on Math Performance"

Natalie Kubicek (Elementary Education major; minor in Music Education) will present "Between the Folds: A Critical Piece of Authentic Assessment in Early Childhood Education"

Ben Schmirler (Computer Science major) will present "Bioinformatics Methods for Next-Generation High-Throughput Sequencing and Phylogenetic Analysis"

Amy Knoll (English major; minors in Business, French, and Creative Writing) will present "Borderline Memory"

by Russo, Julie A. last modified Nov 14, 2013 11:56 AM