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  • Haley Ade, International Relations, Effects of microfinancing in Brazil
  • Mariah Bullock, Art History, minor in Dance and International Development, visual arts and how it has documented the cultural development of post colonial countries. 
  • Gisele Calderon, Biomedical Engineering, tissue engineering and fabrication of artificial organs
  • Julia Chen, Public Health with a minor in French, effectiveness of children vaccines and track necessary vaccinations through parent and clinic involvement
  • S. Rebecca Chen, Biomedical Engineering, Central Nervous system Tissue Regeneration specifically the possibility of guiding axon growth in simulated systems with an integration of growth factors and proteins
  • Amelia Conrad, International Relations and International Development with a minor in Spanish, relationship between the cost and availability of childcare, female labor force participation, and female political participation in Peru
  • Briah Fischer, Public Health, delivery of medicine and healthcare in extreme environments
  • Taylor Geiger, Marketing, consumer behavior and its correlation to helping others
  • Nicolette Guillou, Psychology and Public Health, Improving women's health and well-being by applying Positive Psychology to social justice and sustainable community development
  • Melanie Harris, Cellular and Molecular Biology, pesticides in drinking water
  • Meagan Knowlton, Environmental Science and French, geomorphological research on rivers, global climate change and how it affects water resources
  • Kelsey Moran, Public Health with a minor in Mathematics and Spanish, fitness and health promotion, with an increased focus in adolescent and young women
  • Frances Roche, Middle Eastern Studies, How women in non-democratic societies, specifically the Middle East, acquire equality
  • Katherine Ryan, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, improving the lives of horses in relations to their effect on mentally and physically disabled children
  • Alexa Schwartz, Anthropology, Latin American Studies, and Spanish, with a minor in Business; Latino migrant laborer population in post-Katrina New Orleans
  • C. Grace Sprehn, Biological Chemistry, genetics, specifically Angelman Syndrome
  • Victoria Troeger, Environmental Science with a focus on biology, Relationships man has with nature, especially when it comes to agriculture
  • Katie Weaver, English and Political Science with minor in Music, relationship between literary works and their author's political involvement and/or political views, as well as the impact of said works on their audience
  • Alexandra Yarost, Economics and Environmental Health, interaction between environmental and economic policies
Alexa Schwartz and Lynn Peril, author of College Girls
Alexa Schwartz and Lynn Peril, author of College Girls

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