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Marianna Brady, Gender Studies and English, Portrayals of Muslim masculinities in American novels written post 9/11

Mariya Chadovich, Neuroscience, How physical trauma or brain disease affect the brain and how the brain reacts to the insult and how the brain heals afterwards

Tanya Chen, Biomedical Engineering and Physics, Microvasculature blood flow mechanics and biomedical microdevices

Tamara Dukich, Neuroscience, Difference in learning between males and females through the examination of patterns within childhood education

Sarah Edwards, Spanish, Methods and benefits of a modern Christian liberation theology to Latina women in the United States.

Sara Gottesman, Economics, Cultural geography of amateur boxing in New Orleans.

Amanda Hardy, Cell and Molecular Biology and Philosohpy, Orthopedics, biology and medicine

Hillary Johnson, Anthropology, Anthropological analysis of perceptions of alternative medicine and its efficacy, specifically working-class and American acupuncture.

Olivia Mahler-Haug, Psychology and Applied Computation, User Experience Design and assistive technology for individuals with learning disabilities 

Kara Ramsey, Philosophy and Economics, comparative effectives research on Louisiana's mental health system

Caroline Sampson, Art History, Societies in the post disaster era and how the arts have influenced and healed societies. The nonprofit sector and how art organizations can rebuild a community

Catherine Simpson, Public health, Psychology and Dance, Public health in developing societies with a focus on mental health and therapy through dance

Kelley Walton, Sociology and Gender & Sexuality Studies with minor in Spanish, Sexual assault on college campuses in the U.S., specifically sexual assault prevention programs and awareness

Sarah Williams, Neuroscience with minor in Spanish, Socioeconomic barriers in childhood obesity, obstacles to health care facing the homeless population, and working memory's modulating effect on English/Spanish bilingualism

Claire Wilson, Neuroscience and Asian Studies, Prenatal/neonatal development, the connection between mental and physical development, differences in developmental neuroscience due to mental disease, neonatal massage therapy

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