Class of 2015
Kara Angelini, Political Science and French, Campaign finance; women in politics; labor policy.
Izabel Arnold, Economics and International Relations, Relationship between different nations’ drug policies and their overall economic wellbeing.
Cora Boyd, Spanish, and Creative Writing, Examining the ways through which clothing acts as a catalyst for autobiographical storytelling
Mary Bryan, Public Health, Social Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship, Western consumer acceptance of edible insects.
Stephanie Chen, English and Public Health, Analyzing access to healthcare in urban, medically under-served populations; dialogue between medicine and narrative
Emily Davis, Linguistics and Psychology, Analyzing ideological influences on bilingual education policy.
Morgan Evans, Neuroscience, Investigating the relationship between hormones and behavior.
Kate Grover, English and American Studies, How female musicians have adopted the confessional poetry genre in their lyrics and songwriting and how this has impacted women in the music industry.
Natalie Hare, Public Health, Analysis of lead in the soil around New Orleans and its impact on aggression and violence in children.
Maren Heller, Neuroscience and Anthropology, Psychological and physical health implications of PTSD on children in New Orleans.
Hannah Horowitz, English and Sociology, Analyzing the role of literature in rupturing systems of thought in novels about totalitarian regimes.
Angelica Jarvenpaa, Economics and Finance, The investment implications of the ongoing Mexican Energy Reform Initiatives from the perspective of American Energy investors.
Sophia Leonard, English and History, How Truman Capote reassesses the relationship between art and fiction in In Cold Blood.
Suzanne McShane, Political Economy and Cell and Molecular Biology minor, How breast cancer advocacy groups shape policy to influence treatment options and patient agency.
Victoria Orlowski, Biomedical Engineering and Mathematics, Investigating eye-gaze tracking computer interfaces and their effectiveness in ALS populations.
Sophie Parker, Political Science, 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 and Mathematics, How different processes of evolution affect the genetic structure of populations of organisms as well as methods for analyzing genetic structure.
Maryann Thompson, Psychology and Philosophy, Prejudice and stigma, and their contributing factors, and how these psychological processes operate in the world.
Alison Waterhouse, History, Anthropology, and Spanish, Examining the contributions of Spanish clerics to the narrative of early colonial Peru, particularly reform within the forced labor systems of the silver and mercury mines.
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