An Tran

Attempted Copolymerization of Epoxides Synthesized from Oleic and Linoleic Acids

Name: An Tran Major: Chemistry Advisor: Dr. Lilliana Morris Dr. Melissa M. Schultz Sustainability and the Environment Award My chemistry IS project focuses on […]

Angela Danso Gyane

The Nana Yaa Asantewaa War: Analysis of the Political Institutions of the Asante during The War Of The Golden Stool and the Existing Narratives

Student Name: Angela Danso Gyane Major(s): History, Political Science- International Relations Advisor: Dr. Ibra Sene, Dr. John Valdez Dr. Josephine Wright Diversity, Equity, and […]

Noticing Narratives: An Evaluation of Holocaust ‘Lessons’ Portrayed By American Museums

Name: Rachel Ginsburg Major: History Minor: Chinese Advisor: Dr. Joan Friedman This study focuses on identifying and understanding the narratives displayed by American Holocaust […]

Natalia E. Parra Diaz

A ContinuaciĆ³n, Black Lives Matter: An Ethnographic Analysis of the Perception of the Latinx Community Towards the Black Lives Matter Movement

Student Name: Natalia E. Parra Diaz Majors: Communication, Spanish Advisor: Dr. Singh, Profesora Garonzik The death of George Floyd, an African American man, in […]

Rhiannon Johnson

An Atmosphere of Words: Clinical Considerations and Practices of Speech-Language Pathologists Regarding the Use of Speech-Generating Devices for Children with Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Name: Rhiannon Johnson Major: Communication Sciences and Disorders Advisors: Donald M. Goldberg, Ph.D., Joan E. Furey, Ph.D., Cara Hammond, M.A. The purpose of this […]

Varying Levels of Impulsivity in an ADHD Rodent Model Influences Behavioral Accuracy

Name: Sydney Schultz Major: Neuroscience Minor: Biology Advisor: Amy Jo Stavnezer Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a neuropsychiatric condition that typically arises in […]

Angie Bittar

A Case of Mistaken (Ethnic) Identity: Rethinking Civil War Duration, Ethnic Saliency, Terrorism, and the Real Factors Discouraging Resolution

Student Name: Angie Bittar Major: Political Science (focus in International Relations) Minor: Psychology Advisors: Matt Krain, Jeff Lantis (second reader) The field of political […]

Larissa Lamarca

Hyperconnected or Disconnected? An Analysis of Attachment of Smartphones and There Use in Family Households of College Students During the Digital Era

Student Name: Larissa Lamarca Major: Psychology Minor: Education Advisor: Michael Casey, Amber Garcia (second reader) Connection is necessary for survival in all species as […]

David Roney

Without a Second Thought: An Investigation of the Impact of the Fundamental Attribution Error on Perceptions of a Young Adult Who Stutters

Student Name: David Roney Major: Psychology, Communication Sciences and Disorders Advisors: Michael Casey, Donald M. Goldberg The purpose of this study was to investigate […]

Zhen Guo

Defeating the COVID-19 Infodemic on Twitter: A SIP Agent-Based Model of Rumor Propagation and Truth Bot Intervention

Student Name: Zhen Guo Majors: Computer Science, Sociology Advisors: Thomas Tierney (Sociology), Heather Guanera (Computer Science) Most Timely Award As stated by a World […]

Tessa Ireton

Market Structure and Quality of Service: Investigating Oligopolies and the Quality of Nursing Home Care in California During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Student Name: Tessa Ireton Major: Economics Advisor: Dr. Brooke Krause Quality-of-service outcomes in nursing homes are of great social and human importance. However, especially […]