5.4 R The Cupola 2020-2021

Title

5.4 R The Cupola 2020-2021

Subject(s)

Research, Presentation of

Description

Table of Contents

Allison Lyne “‘I to Live and Die Her Slave’ The True Nature
of Female Master-Servant Relations in Early Modern Tragedies”
Winner of the Douglas K. Gordon Cupola Award

Brooke Nixon “Diversification of Women in STEM: The Role of Grit”
Winner of the Douglas K. Gordon Cupola Award

Olyvia Bailey and Elizabeth Bergman “The Covid College Experience: The Effects of Covid-19 on the Life and Learning on a College Campus”

Amanda C. Banks “Pandemic Pressures: Student Experiences in
Higher Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic”

Saran Cherif and Carlie Carter “Identity, Instability and Belonging:
Experiences of First Generation College Students”

Nick DeHoust “Martin Heidegger and Daniel Rozin:
The Saving Power of Technological Art”

Emma C. Dixon “Lost in translation: Film adaptations of queer coming-of-age novels”

James F. Duffy “Authorizing Sustainability: How University
Decisions Influence Student Environmentally-Responsible
Behaviors and Sustainability Literacy”

Alexander W. Freeman “Equity Valuation Theory & Applications”

Madison Hoecker “Comparing the Effects of TGF-β Inhibitors on
Glioma Growth Through Mathematical Modeling”

Camille Kaiser “Female Friendship in Context: A Psychoanalytic-Deconstructive Reading of Female Friendship in Toni Morrison’s Sula”

Nafeesa Lodi “A Tale of Four Governors: An Analysis of Adaptive
Work and Communication Towards an Effective COVID-19 Response”

Jack Lynam and Rafael Diaz-Cruz “Named Entity Recognition for Toxic Spans Detection”

Mikaela Martinez Dettinger “The Role of Modern Technology
in Spirituality Mediated by Wilderness”

Joy Messina “The Politics of Pot: The Role of the Local Media in
Framing Attitudes about the Legalization of Marijuana in Virginia”

Zenith Nguon “Female Friendship in My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante: Creation of the Individual”

Jonah Peters “Print and Practice: 19th Century Ukiyo-e Prints and
Their Influence on Japanese Tattoo”

Joseph Rekus “Inducing Separating Equilibria as a Strategy for
Scholarship Award Distribution”

Abby Saether “A Prescription for the Dissatisfied Society: Synthesizing Ágnes Heller and Axel Honneth”

Sydney L. Smith “‘And We’re Still Talking About It’:
Redefining Black Femininity Through Female Friendship and
the Evolution of Microaggressions”

Madelyn Tatum “Psychosocial Development in Disney Music:
The Impact of Childhood Favorites”

Abigale M. Waclo “Ending Mass Incarceration: A Critical Analysis
of the Norweigan Criminal Justice System in Search of
Carceral Solutions for the United States”

Grace N. Wilson “Psychological Perspectives on Eminem’s Music:
Empowerment Themes, Music Therapy, and the Effects of Violent Music”

Vic Windt “‘Jenny, Darling, You’re My Best Friend’:
Examining Queer Female Friendships in Young Adult Literature”

Jordan Winnett “Trouble at Sea: China’s Claims in the South China Sea in Light of International Law”

Katherine Witmer “Homelessness and the Hostile Environment"
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Date

2021

Creator(s)

Dr. David A. Salomon, Director
The Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity
Dr. Michaela Meyer, Academic Director
The Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity

Call Number

5.4 R

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All Rights Reserved by Individual Authors

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