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2015 Symposium Schedule: Oral Presentations

Schedule for the Wiggins Memorial Library Academic Symposium, 2015 Edition

Please join us!

The Symposium will be held Monday, March 23rd.

  • The symposium is floating in nature. Please attend presentations of interest that best fit your schedule. 
  • Use the tabs along the top of this page to navigate to the musical performance and poster presentation schedules.

Oral Presentations

Time

Location

Student Presenter(s)

Presentation Title

Faculty Mentor(s)

Discipline

9:00-9:20

 

 

 

Rm 224

Elizabeth Willis

Integrating Clinical Sciences into Preclinical Curriculum: Collaborative Anatomy-Pathology Project

Dr. Bonnie Brenseke

Osteopathic Medicine

Rm 301

Maggie Stanley

Comparison of Different Titration Procedures for Vitamin C Analysis

Dr. Lin Coker

Chemistry

Rm 303

Jacob Berger

Parental Guidance Advised

Dr. Eric Dunnum

English

CANCELLED

Mark Healey

PRESENTATION CANCELLED

Dr. Elizabeth Blue

Chemistry

9:30-9:50

 

 

Rm 224

Ashlyn Rich

The Creation of the Pale of Settlement and Jewish Life in Russia Until the Russian Revolution of 1917

Dr. James Martin

History

Rm 303

Stephanie Jones
Lindsey Walker

A Documentary Analysis of Oscar Pistorius

Dr. Elizabeth Lange

Exercise Science

Rm 312

Amber Mitchell

A Text Critical Analysis of John 12:8

Dr. Alicia Myers

Divinity

10:00-10:20

 

 

Rm 224

Courtney Carawan Brittany Hines
Amanda Holser

Effect of Parental, Coach, and Peer Involvement on Youth Athletes

Dr. Elizabeth Lange

Exercise Science

Rm 303

Nate Kennedy
Mercedez Smith

Delinquency and Social Learning Theory

Prof. Amanda Parker

Criminal Justice

Rm 312

Joseph Wobbleton

Jefferson's Wall and the Relationship Between Religion and Politics

Dr. Donald Schroeder

Political Science

10:30-10:50

 

 

 

Rm 224

Claire Carrington
Katlyn Peedin

The Necessity of Diversity in Leadership Roles, Illustrations of Gender-Based Leadership Styles, and Breaking Through the Glass Ceiling in the Film New in Town

Dr. Dean Farmer

Communication Studies

Rm 301

Caleb Gregory

The Effectiveness of Juvenile Justice Programs on Reducing Recidivism

Dr. David Thornton

Political Science

Rm 303

Andrew Ryan Hall

The Impact of Demonstrated Procedural Justice on the Perceived Legitimacy in the Sexual Assault Reporting Process

Dr. Edward Fubara

Business

Rm 312

Jonathan Boggs
David Hall

Qatar Labor Issues in Conjunction with the 2022 World Cup

Dr. Elizabeth Lange

Exercise Science

11:00-11:20

 

 

Rm 224

Brooke Catanzarito
Jasmine Erickson
Brittany Kincer

Elizabeth Wells

Heart Rate Recovery and the Role of Cardiovascular Fitness in Length of Recovery Time

Dr. Jennifer Bunn

Exercise Science

Rm 303

Sonya Phannouvong

Dangerous Women

Prof. Amanda Parker

Criminal Justice

Rm 312

Ashleigh Bilodeau

Murderous Motives and a Multitude of Masks

Dr. Sherry Truffin

English

11:30-11:50

 

 

 

Rm 224

Jessica Hartung

Impact of an Alcohol Withdrawal Treatment Pathway on Hospital Length of Stay: A Retrospective, Single-Center Cohort Study

Dr. Andrew Muzyk

Pharmaceutical Sciences

Rm 301

Stephine Rutkowsky

An Analysis of Anti-Semitism in Germany

Dr. James Martin

History

Rm 303

Stephanie Bailey

The Slower of Two Deaths: Shakespeare’s Message on Lying as Shown Through Puns in "Sonnet 138" and Hamlet

Dr. Eric Dunnum

English

Rm 312

Sharina Austin
Darius Carter
Carson Futch
Caleb Nielsen
Maggie Stanley
Anna-Marie Vagnozzi
Jacob Wells
Christine White
Shuntaria Wood

Does CU Athletics Have a Home-Field Advantage?

Dr. Sidong Zhang
Dr. Meredith Williams
Dr. Elizabeth Lange
Prof. Heather Manhart

Mathematics, Exercise Science

12:00-12:20

 

 

 

Rm 224

Sesily Maness
Charlotte Schaar
Megan Valtin
Bridget Way

Can Depression Be Managed With Exercise?

Dr. Elizabeth Lange

Exercise Science

Rm 303

Megan Lenaghan

A Brief History of Probability and Statistics

Dr. Sidong Zhang

Mathematics

Rm 312

Mechelle Powell

Writing Style: The Usher of Meaning

Prof. Shirley Jefferds

English

12:30-12:50

 

Rm 224

Breanna Flecha

MI Theory

Prof. Kim Ward

English

Rm 303

Mitchell Farrell

The Explanation of School Shootings and the Biosocial Theory

Prof. Amanda Parker

Criminal Justice

Rm 312

Ashley Clark
Ashley Hartert
Michelle Procaccini

USA Women’s National Soccer Team

Dr. Elizabeth Lange

Exercise Science

1:00-1:20

 

 

Rm 224

Kenny Vandergriff

A New Covenant: Towards an Apocalyptic Reading of Jeremiah 30-31

Dr. Barry Jones

Divinity

Rm 303

Brooke Catanzarito
Jasmine Erickson
Brittany Kincer
Elizabeth Wells

Evaluation Of iRiverOn Heart Rate Monitor During Submaximal Exercise

Dr. Jennifer Bunn

Exercise Science

Rm 312

Kelli Karl

The Impact of Animal-Assisted Activities on Patients with Dementia

Dr. Eugene Sumner

Social Work

1:30-1:50

 

Rm 224

Ashley Martin

The Influence of Female Politicians on Foreign Relations

Prof. Kim Ward

English

Rm 312

Charles Roberts

Cyber Vulnerability of America's Railway Infrastructure

Prof. Amanda Parker

Homeland Security

2:00-2:20

 

Rm 224

Amber Yopp

Assisting Seniors with Medicare Part D Plan Selection

Dr. Bob Cisneros

Pharmacy Practice

Rm 312

Elissa Tew

Turning Up The Volume: Memory Through Music

Prof. Kim Ward

English

2:30-2:50

 

Rm 224

Taylor Brame
Bailey Purvis

The Lost Ones

Prof. Amanda Parker

Criminal Justice

Rm 303

Jessica Carter

Linking Aristotle, Burke, and Fisher in the Rhetoric of Barack Obama: Preliminary Investigations

Dr. Dean Farmer

Communication Studies

Rm 312

Jonathan Bushhouse

Actions of Individuality: The Jewish Experience during the Weimar Republic

Dr. James Martin

History

3:00-3:20

 

Rm 224

Zane Singletary

Should the United States have Universal Healthcare?

Prof. Kim Ward

English

Rm 312

Victoria Griffin

The Illusion of "Beowulf": How It Is Created and Destroyed by the Narrator

Dr. Elizabeth Rambo

English

3:30-3:50

 

Rm 224

Morgan Grizzard
Veronica West

The Dynamic Difference

Dr. Dean Olah

Education

Rm 312

Kaytea McKeel

How to Study for a Vocabulary Test

Dr. Dean Olah

Education