Rooting for the Riotous Life: An Ethnographic Analysis of Agroforestry in the Delaware Valley by R. Pic

  • Title of thesis or project Rooting for the Riotous Life: An Ethnographic Analysis of Agroforestry in the Delaware Valley
  • Name of Student R. Pic
  • Members of baccalaureate committee Dr. Erin Dean, Dr. Emily Saarinen, Dr. Maribeth Clark
  • Area of Concetration Environmental Studies
  • Start Time 10:00 am
  • End Time 12:00 pm
  • Date 05/08/2019
  • Location of Examination ACE 115

Justification Must Come to an End! Wittgenstein and William James’s Shared Commitment to an Anti-Foundationalist Theory of Worldviews by Colton Kunzeman

  • Title of thesis or project Justification Must Come to an End! Wittgenstein and William James's Shared Commitment to an Anti-Foundationalist Theory of Worldviews
  • Name of Student Colton Kunzeman
  • Members of baccalaureate committee Dr. Aron Edidin, Dr. Hyun Kim, Dr. Christopher Noble, and Dr. Gordon Michalson
  • Area of Concetration Philosophy
  • Start Time 5:00 pm
  • End Time 7:00 pm
  • Date 05/06/2019
  • Location of Examination ACE 201

Economic Voting Analysis of the 2016 Presidential Election: A County-Level Analysis by Amanda Norton

  • Title of thesis or project Economic Voting Analysis of the 2016 Presidential Election: A County-Level Analysis
  • Name of Student Amanda Norton
  • Members of baccalaureate committee Prof. Jack Reilly (co-sponsor) Prof. Sherry Yu (co-sponsor) Prof. Frank Alcock Prof. Richard Coe
  • Area of Concetration Economics, Political Science
  • Start Time 4:00 pm
  • End Time 6:00 pm
  • Date 05/06/2019
  • Location of Examination CHL (College Hall) 221

Menstruating and Doing Masc: Trans Experiences of Menstruation by Emily Via

  • Title of thesis or project Menstruating and Doing Masc: Trans Experiences of Menstruation
  • Name of Student Emily Via
  • Members of baccalaureate committee Emily Fairchild, Queen Zabriskie, Amy Reid, Nick Clarkson
  • Area of Concetration French; Gender Studies, Sociology
  • Start Time 10:00 am
  • End Time 12:00 pm
  • Date 05/03/2019
  • Location of Examination LBR 252

“Step Easily Into the Dreamer’s Tale”: Healing Trauma Through the Magical in the Works of Gabriel García Márquez and Toni Morrison by Shelby Meyers

  • Title of thesis or project "Step Easily Into the Dreamer's Tale": Healing Trauma Through the Magical in the Works of Gabriel García Márquez and Toni Morrison
  • Name of Student Shelby Meyers
  • Members of baccalaureate committee Dr. Andrea Dimino, Dr. Miriam Wallace, Dr. José Alberto Portugal
  • Area of Concetration Humanities
  • Start Time 11:00 am
  • End Time 1:00 pm
  • Date 05/03/2019
  • Location of Examination ACE 217
  • Additional Information Snacks will be provided. RSVPs are appreciated but not required.

The Interaction of LGBTQ and Anime Identity: Community Perceptions and Identity Formation by Gloria Pritchard

  • Title of thesis or project The Interaction of LGBTQ and Anime Identity: Community Perceptions and Identity Formation
  • Name of Student Gloria Pritchard
  • Members of baccalaureate committee Dr. Catherine Cottrell, Dr. Michelle Barton, and Dr. Diego Villada
  • Area of Concetration Psychology, Theater
  • Start Time 12:00 pm
  • End Time 2:00 pm
  • Date 05/02/2019
  • Location of Examination Black Box Theatre
  • Additional Information I will be defending my thesis entitled "The Interaction of LGBTQ and Anime Identity: Community Perceptions and Identity Formation", which explored the interaction between members of the LGBTQ community and anime fans. This will partially fulfill my requirements for a Psychology AOC with a slash in Theatre.

Topological K-Theory and Bott Periodicity by Zachary Halladay

  • Title of thesis or project Topological K-Theory and Bott Periodicity
  • Name of Student Zachary Halladay
  • Members of baccalaureate committee Dr. Christopher Kottke (sponsor), Dr. Eirini Poimenidou, Dr. Patrick McDonald
  • Area of Concetration Mathematics
  • Start Time 9:00 am
  • End Time 11:00 am
  • Date 05/02/2019
  • Location of Examination HNS 106 (Math Reading Room)

Art of the Alien Timeline: Exploring how Nonlinear Narratives Achieve Brecht’s Theory of Alienation in Run Lola Run and Memento by Connor Borden

  • Title of thesis or project Art of the Alien Timeline: Exploring how Nonlinear Narratives Achieve Brecht’s Theory of Alienation in Run Lola Run and Memento
  • Name of Student Connor Borden
  • Members of baccalaureate committee Nova Myhill, Fang-Yu Li, Sonia Labrador Rodriguez
  • Area of Concetration Literature
  • Start Time 12:00 pm
  • End Time 2:00 pm
  • Date 05/01/2019
  • Location of Examination ACE 329

Restoring Native Habitat from Turf: A follow-up Analysis of Restored Scrubby Flatwoods and Adaptive Management Plan in Sarasota, FL. by Emily Anne King

  • Title of thesis or project Restoring Native Habitat from Turf: A follow-up Analysis of Restored Scrubby Flatwoods and Adaptive Management Plan in Sarasota, FL.
  • Name of Student Emily Anne King
  • Members of baccalaureate committee Dr. Erin Dean, Dr. Emily Saarinen, Dr. Anthony Andrews
  • Area of Concetration Environmental Studies
  • Start Time 9:00 am
  • End Time 11:00 am
  • Date 05/01/2019
  • Location of Examination College Hall 214
  • Additional Information Second Floor, no elevator

Solutions to the Oberwolfach Problem and Odd Coverings of Graphs by Daniel McGinnis

  • Title of thesis or project Solutions to the Oberwolfach Problem and Odd Coverings of Graphs
  • Name of Student Daniel McGinnis
  • Members of baccalaureate committee Eirini Poimenidou (Sponsor), Chris Kottke, and Patrick McDonald
  • Area of Concetration Mathematics
  • Start Time 12:00 pm
  • End Time 2:00 pm
  • Date 05/01/2019
  • Location of Examination Chae Auditorium