Class of 2015
Kara Angelini, Political Science and French, Analyzing the portrayal of women politicians and the challenges they are faced with in their field.
Izabel Arnold, Economics and International Relations, Relationship between economics and the obesity epidemic, how economic policies can help solve the problem.
Shefali Arora, Philosophy and International Development, How to gain equal treatment for women in political states dominated by religion.
Cora Boyd, Spanish, Political Science and Creative Writing, How creative acts contribute to the development of sense of self, particularly for girls in the teenage years.
Mary Bryan, Public Health with Spanish minor, Current public health initiatives toward homeless populations, their effectiveness, and interventions that could be implemented to ameliorate or prevent homelessness.
Stephanie Chen, English and Public Health, Understanding how rural, underprivileged, or immigrant communities respond to government healthcare policies and public health initiatives.
Emily Davis, Linguistics, Interested in pursuing research in autism.
Morgan Evans, Neuroscience, The brain's plasticity in response to trauma.
Kate Grover, English and American Studies with Gender and Sexuality Studies minor, The ways popular culture influences life in the United States.
Natalie Hare, Public Health with French minor, Economic impact of the education of young girls in under developed countries.
Maren Heller, Neuroscience and Anthropology, Bio-cultural adaptation of the human brain, phenomenon of behavioral and biological variation.
Hannah Horowitz, English, Explore the benefits of different types of art therapy in various cultures and how different approaches facilitate a sense of individual and cultural identity.
Sophia Leonard, History, The evolving role of comedians in the American political system and the consequences of political comedy on media objectivity, information distortion and civic education in America.
Suzanne McShane, Political Economy and Business, How small businesses rebuild and resurface after a disaster and if these same principles can be applied on a large scale to the restructuring of the U.S. economy.
Victoria Orlowski, Biomedical Engineering, Prosthetic limbs or regenerative organs.
Sophie Parker, International Relations with Spanish minor, Women's leadership roles in politics and the shaping of women's future within the field of International Relations.
Amie Settlecowski, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology with Math minor, Causes of autism, specifically the recent increase in diagnosis and the causes of this increase and the evolution of autistic behavior.
Maryann Thompson, Psychology and Philosophy, The function of prejudice today and in early human evolution.
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