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Spring 2012 Thesis Symposium

Congratulations to the eleven UHP  students who took part in our two-night Spring 2012 Thesis Symposia!

Courtney Bichler - "Humanitarian Intervention and Non-Governmental Organizations: The International Committee of the Red Cross"

Advisor: Dr. Tracy Slagter, Political Science Department, College of Letters and Science

Jessica De Larwelle - "College Students' Perceptions of Bullied Victims and Willingness to Intervene"

Advisor: Dr. Erin Winterrowd, Psychology Department, College of Letters and Science

Jonathan Dudzinski - "Cigar Butt (NCAV) Portfolios: A Benjamin Graham Approach to Stock Investing"

Advisor: Dr. Robert Kunkel, Finance and Business Law Department, College of Business

Luis Granados - "The Relationship Between Undergraduate Enrollment Rates and Macroeconomic Conditions: An Analysis Across Race and Gender"

Advisor: Dr. Chad Cotti, Economics Department, College of Business

Kayla Kasten - "Understanding Young Adults' Perceptions of Self Harm"

Advisor: Dr. Erin Winterrowd, Psychology Department, College of Letters and Science

Molly Kopplin - "Justice for All?: Exploring Courts' Impact on Women in Legally Pluralistic Countries"

Advisors: Dr. Druscilla Scribner and Dr. Tracy Slagter, Political Science Department, College of Letters and Science

Jessica Lauretic - "The Relationship of Nutrition Knowledge and the Prevalence of Overweight and Obesity Among Fifth Grade Students in a Midwestern Town"

Advisor: Dr. R. Shelly Lancaster, College of Nursing

Sara O'Connell - "Single-Sex Education in Wisconsin"

Advisor: Dr. Stephen Szydlik, Mathematics Department, College of Letters and Science

Valerie Pflughoeft - "Thermoregulatory Benefits of Feeding in Black-Capped Chickadees (Poecile atricapillus)"

Advisor: Dr. Sheldon Cooper, Biology Department, College of Letters and Science

Maren Raab - "Comparisons of ftsZ Genes in Wolbachia Endosymbionts of Dirofilaria immitis"

Advisor: Dr. Michelle Michalski, Biology Department, College of Letters and Science

Tracy Wilichowski - "Premeditated Causes of the 2002 Gujarat Pogrom: A Comprehensive Analysis of Contributing Factors that Led to the Manifestation of the Riots"

Advisor: Dr. James Frey, History Department, College of Letters and Science


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