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Spring 2014 Honors Thesis Symposia

Please join us May 5, 6, and 7 when twelve UHP Seniors present their Thesis projects at the Spring 2014 Honors Thesis Symposia:

Part I: Monday, May 5, in Reeve 201


Rochelle Choudoir "The Universal Electronic Health Record in the United States" (Advisor: Laura Smolinski, CON)

Alyssa Brunner "Newsworthiness in a 'New' Form: Poetry as African American Literary Journalism" (Advisor: Roberta Maguire, Department of English, COLS)

Jennifer Jackson "Permaculture as an Ecologically Viable Farming System in Wisconsin" (Advisor: M. Elsbeth McPhee, Department of Biology, COLS)



Katelynn Gohr "Interparental Conflict and Adolescent Adjustment" (Advisor: Chong-Man Chow, Department of Psychology, COLS)

Eric Boll "Congruences for the 13-Regular Partition Function Modulo 3" (Advisor: David Penniston, Department of Mathematics, COLS)


Part II: Tuesday, May 6, in Reeve 221


Jessica Franzen "The U.S. Hispanic Opportunity:  Marketers' New Challenge" (Advisor: John Depies, Department of Marketing, COB)



Daniel Winkelman "Merchant Uprising: America's Colonial Merchants and the Smuggling Rebellion That Instigated Revolution" (Advisor: Gabriel Loiacono, Department of History, COLS)


Part III: Wednesday, May 7, in Reeve 221


Marissa Theys "Making a Run for Office: An Analysis of Women's Organizations and Their Role in Closing the Gender Gap" (Advisor: Druscilla Scribner, Department of Political Science, COLS)

Marissa Buzzanca "The Development of a Simple Model for the Estimation of Ionization Potentials" (Advisor: Jonathan Gutow, Department of Chemistry, COLS)



Chelsey Wasielewski "The Impact of Sexualized Commercials on the Self and Perceptions of Romantic Relationships" (Advisor: Erin Winterrowd, Department of Psychology, COLS)

Natalie Schaaf "Mirror Stories:  Literary Fiction Exploring Marginalized Identities" (Advisor: Laura Jean Baker, Department of English, COLS)

Rebecca Olson "Parents' Perceptions of Differences in Attaching with Biological vs. Adopted Children" (Advisor: Suzanne Marnocha, CON)

Attend as many sessions as you like, have some refreshments, and take part in the Q&A!

by Russo, Julie A. last modified May 05, 2014 10:35 AM