2019-2020 Thesis Scholars

  • Bardia Bijani Aval, “Implementation Considerations for Mitigating Bias in Supervised Machine Learning.”
  • Hannah Baumgardt, “The City Eternal - a Spectrum of Stories.”
  • Brent Burg, “Modulation of Parasympathetic Reactivation Post-Exercise via Slow Breathing.”
  • George Doyle, “Catholicism and Politics in a Fallen World: Understanding Human Imperfection as it Relates to Political Institutions.”
  • Kori Friedges, “The Effect of a Positive and Negative Mindset on Affect, Happiness and Heart Rate Variability.”
  • Allison Grodnick, “The Evolution of Multidrug Resistance in an Isolated Pseudomonas Strain.”
  • Carisa Hilton, "The Impact of Nutrition Education on Serving Size Comprehension in College-Age Female Students."
  • Zach Kennedy, “The Impact of Perception on Financial Decisions for Women Entrepreneurs.”
  • Molly Kluever, “'Thus seyden sadde folk:’ Chaucer’s Oxford Clerk on Theological Controversy in the 14th Century.”
  • Elise Miller, “Drought in Temperate Mesic Regions Leads to Micro-density Anomalies in White Pine.” 
  • Olivia Olson, “Emotions as Moderators or Mediators of Integration and Memory During Reading.”
  • Kristina Packer, “Determinants of the Gender Pay Gap in the U.S. Financial Sector: Estimating the Role of Discrimination.” 
  • Ryan Pauley, “Parental Support for Physical Activity in Young Children.”
  • Abigail Rader, "Impacts of Effective media Communication to Motivate State Level Policy Action: The Case of the Colorado River Basin"
  • Maria Schrupp, “Real Life Migration: An Analysis of Emotional and Micro-Level Responses to the Structures of Migration in Santiago, Chile.”
  • Connor Smith, " Iterative Solver Parameter Selection: A Machine Learning Solution"
  • Ryan Strelow, “Recurrent Neural Network Design in Music Composition.”