FIXATIVES AND FIXATION PROTOCOLS: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF TECHNIQUES FOR LIGHT MICROSCOPY AND DOWNSTREAM FUNCTIONAL CONSERVATION by Caito Moore

  • Title of thesis or project FIXATIVES AND FIXATION PROTOCOLS: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF TECHNIQUES FOR LIGHT MICROSCOPY AND DOWNSTREAM FUNCTIONAL CONSERVATION
  • Name of Student Caito Moore
  • Members of baccalaureate committee Dr. Amy Clore (Sponsor), Dr. Elizabeth Leininger, Dr. Sandra Gilchrist
  • Area of Concetration Natural Sciences, Neurobiology
  • Start Time 5:00 pm
  • End Time 8:00 pm
  • Date 05/22/2020
  • Location of Examination Via ZOOM
  • Additional Information RSVP for a link

Enzyme Kinetics and Protein Modeling of Isocitrate Dehydrogenase by Seth Hale

  • Title of thesis or project Enzyme Kinetics and Protein Modeling of Isocitrate Dehydrogenase
  • Name of Student Seth Hale
  • Members of baccalaureate committee Katherine Walstrom, Amy Clore, Rebecca Black
  • Area of Concetration Biochemistry
  • Start Time 2:00 pm
  • End Time 4:00 pm
  • Date 05/19/2020
  • Location of Examination Online

Utilizing Geospatial Data as a Means to Detect Undersea Scars by Thomas Kane

  • Title of thesis or project Utilizing Geospatial Data as a Means to Detect Undersea Scars
  • Name of Student Thomas Kane
  • Members of baccalaureate committee Professor Matthew Lepinski, Professor Melissa Crow, & Professor Gerardo Toro-Farmer
  • Area of Concetration Computer Science, Natural Sciences
  • Start Time 2:00 pm
  • End Time 4:00 pm
  • Date 05/07/2020
  • Location of Examination Google Meet/Zoom

Seduction, Secrets, and Superiority: A Study of Bluebeard and Modern Retellings From Angela Carter and Joyce Carol Oates by Amanda Suits

  • Title of thesis or project Seduction, Secrets, and Superiority: A Study of Bluebeard and Modern Retellings From Angela Carter and Joyce Carol Oates
  • Name of Student Amanda Suits
  • Members of baccalaureate committee Miriam Wallace, Wendy Sutherland, Steve Graham
  • Area of Concetration General Studies
  • Start Time 7:00 pm
  • End Time 9:00 pm
  • Date 05/07/2020
  • Location of Examination Google Hangouts

A Call for Community Consciousness: Ethnographic Elucidation of the Importance of ‘Community’ in HIV Care and Outreach Services of Sarasota, Florida by Andrew Lanser

  • Title of thesis or project A Call for Community Consciousness: Ethnographic Elucidation of the Importance of 'Community' in HIV Care and Outreach Services of Sarasota, Florida
  • Name of Student Andrew Lanser
  • Members of baccalaureate committee Dr. Erin Dean (Co-Sponsor), Dr. Maria D. Vesperi (Co-Sponsor), Dr. Catherine Cottrell, and Dr. Gabrielle Vail
  • Area of Concetration Anthropology
  • Start Time 5:00 pm
  • End Time 7:00 pm
  • Date 05/07/2020
  • Location of Examination Google Meet
  • Additional Information Streaming Link: https://stream.meet.google.com/stream/1d78e077-cf6a-450b-83fa-1b8eceac7e89

“On the Subject of Vampyres”: An Academic and Creative Exploration of John William Polidori’s Life and Legacy by Kari Solum

  • Title of thesis or project "On the Subject of Vampyres": An Academic and Creative Exploration of John William Polidori's Life and Legacy
  • Name of Student Kari Solum
  • Members of baccalaureate committee Dr. Nova Myhill, Dr. Miriam Wallace, Dr. Diego Villada
  • Area of Concetration English
  • Start Time 6:30 pm
  • End Time 8:30 pm
  • Date 05/04/2020
  • Location of Examination Google Meet

THE END OF HISTORY? FAR-RIGHT AUTHORITARIAN PARTIES IN EUROPE AND THE SYRIAN REFUGEE CRISIS by James Stewart III

  • Title of thesis or project THE END OF HISTORY? FAR-RIGHT AUTHORITARIAN PARTIES IN EUROPE AND THE SYRIAN REFUGEE CRISIS
  • Name of Student James Stewart III
  • Members of baccalaureate committee Dr. Amanda Fidalgo, Dr. Lauren Hansen, Dr. David Harvey, Dr. Frank Alcock
  • Area of Concetration German Studies/German Language And Literature, Political Science
  • Start Time 7:00 pm
  • End Time 8:00 pm
  • Date 05/01/2020
  • Location of Examination Online

“TWO WARRING IDEALS IN ONE DARK BODY”: THE PERSISTENCE OF THE PERSEPHONE MYTH IN 20TH CENTURY AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN’S LITERATURE by Ashley Miles

  • Title of thesis or project “TWO WARRING IDEALS IN ONE DARK BODY”: THE PERSISTENCE OF THE PERSEPHONE MYTH IN 20TH CENTURY AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN’S LITERATURE
  • Name of Student Ashley Miles
  • Members of baccalaureate committee Dr. Jessica Young; Dr. Carl Shaw; Dr. Robert Zamsky
  • Area of Concetration English
  • Start Time 2:00 pm
  • End Time 4:00 pm
  • Date 05/01/2020
  • Location of Examination Canvas

A Philosophy of Change: Community Resilience in the face of Rising Sea Levels by Olivia Siegel

  • Title of thesis or project A Philosophy of Change: Community Resilience in the face of Rising Sea Levels
  • Name of Student Olivia Siegel
  • Members of baccalaureate committee Dr. Emily Saarinen, Dr. Uzi Baram, Dr. Gordon Michalson, Professor Mariam Manzur-Leiva
  • Area of Concetration Environmental Studies, Humanities
  • Start Time 4:00 pm
  • End Time 6:00 pm
  • Date 05/01/2020
  • Location of Examination Google Hangouts
  • Additional Information Will be recorded. RSVP for live link.

How Does Supported Employment Programs Affect Wellbeing of People with Mental Disabilities? by Briana Baumgarten

  • Title of thesis or project How Does Supported Employment Programs Affect Wellbeing of People with Mental Disabilities?
  • Name of Student Briana Baumgarten
  • Members of baccalaureate committee Kathleen Casto, Steven Graham, Catherine Cottrell
  • Area of Concetration Psychology
  • Start Time 6:00 pm
  • End Time 7:00 pm
  • Date 04/30/2020
  • Location of Examination Google Meet
  • Additional Information remote bacc