2019 Thesis Scholars

Justine Revermann

Justine Revermann

Justine is working on her thesis through the Psychology department, and her working title is,
"The effects of guided imagery as mental practice during the learning of a novel psychomotor skill."
Her advisor is Steve Stelzner.

Hannah Weis

Hannah Weis

Hannah is working on her thesis through the Biology and Education departments and is writing on
beliefs and practices of high school biology teachers regarding the implementation of technology-based assessment in the classroom
Her advisor is Diana Fenton

Alexus Jungles

Alexus Jungles

Alexus is working on her thesis through the Art department and is writing on
the tension between photographic processes and traditional painting
Her advisor is Elaine Rutherford

Nicholas Pathoulas

Nicholas Pathoulas

Nicholas is working on his thesis through the Biochemistry department and is writing on
TRAIL sensitivity in platinum-resistant ovarian cancer
His advisor is Katherine Leehy

Chris Pathoulas

Chris Pathoulas

Chris is working on his thesis through the Biology department and is writing on
the role of LRRCIS in endometrial cancer metastasis
His advisor is Philip Chu

Joseph Pathoulas

Joseph Pathoulas

Joseph is working on his thesis through the Biology department and is writing on
the viability of quantifying contrast-enhanced ultrasound
His advisor is Philip Chu

Madeline Krumel

Madeline Krumel

Madeline is working on her thesis through the English department and is writing on
the novels of Henry James and Edith Wharton and their use of tradition, art, and the kaleidoscope
Her advisor is Christina Tourino

Bryan Crossman

Bryan Crossman

Bryan is working on his thesis through the physics department and is writing on
Ultrafast measurement of Indium Tin Oxide (lasers)

Reid Lemker

Reid is working on his thesis through the English department and is writing a thesis titled,
"More Than a Caged Bird: Jean-Pierre Melville's Le Samoruai as Ethical Criticism"

Brigid Mark

Brigid is working on her thesis through the Environmental studies department and is writing on
resource extraction's impact on indigenous people in Guatemala
Her advisors are Corrie Grosse and Troy Knight

Lydia Glen

Lydia is working on her thesis through the Political Science department and is writing on
The impact of Hillary Clinton's email scandal on turnout in the 2016 presidential elections
Her advisor is Whitney Court

Neil Lindquist

Neil is working on his thesis through the computer science department and is writing on "Reducing memory access latencies using data compression in the sparse, iterative linear solvers"
His advisor is Dr. Heroux

Daniel Eggert

Brenden Klein

Brenden is working on his thesis through the Economics department and is writing on "Automation, the Demand for Skilled Labor, and the Importance of Education Policy."
His advisor is Louis Johnston.

Jordan Gemilere

Jordan is working on his thesis through the Politcal Science department and is writing on "Middle Eastern Monarchies: A Study of Regime Stability."
His advisor is Christi Siver.