5.4 R The Cupola 2021-2022


5.4 R The Cupola 2021-2022


Research, Presentation of


Table of Contents
Abigail Puckett “The Homoerotics of Female Friendship in the
Works of Elizabeth Bowen”
Winner of The Cupola Award

Kimberly Beasley “The Moral Implications of Autonomy Regarding the COVID-19 Vaccine: Where Our Moral Obligations Should Lie”
Winner of The Cupola Award

Zenith Nguon “Accepting the Vampire in A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night”
Winner of The Cupola Award

Rachel Locke “Whiplash: The Enduring Impact of Nazi Sexual Policy on Early West German Identity”
Winner of The Cupola Award

Emily Adams, Ajeya Dixon and Logan Lowson “Mathematical Modeling of Oncolytic Virotherapy as a Cancer Treatment”

Chloe E. Baker “‘A Political Abyss’: Hamilton and Politics in the Founding Era”

Sarah Benton “The Smokescreen of Swiss Neutrality: To What Extent Has Switzerland Acted Neutrally?”

Lana Casingal “Qualitative Analysis of the Spread of Technological Innovations”

William Grey Cashwell “Contesting the ‘Angel in the House’ Charge Against Chekhov’s Defenseless Woman: A Progressive Subversion of Sexist Tropes in ‘Anyuta’”

Adam Creason “Tokyo War Crimes Trial: Dissenting Opinions and Japanese Nationalist Denial of War Crimes”

Luke Dietrich “The Comparison of Bridgerton Season 1 to the Regency Era”

Dominik Firlej “Why did Polish Kings not go on Crusade in the Levant?”

Remy Fontaine “Bridging Anthropology, Public Health, and Psychology to Address Collective Trauma”

Lauren Heine “‘Spoken Soul:’ An Analysis of the Appropriation and Commoditization of African American Vernacular English”

John Herrmann and Nathan Kolling “Balancing Economic Gains and Sustainability in a Predator-Prey System with Mathematical Modeling”

Kimberly Jordan “The Unregulated Industry of Social Media Influencer Marketing”

Emma Kohl “Literary Authority in Medicine: An Analysis of Women and Medicine in Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s ‘The Yellow Wallpaper’”

Jack Lynam “Combining Domain Knowledge with Machine Learning for Clinical Named Entity Recognition”

Erin McCarthy “The Use of Narration and Gossip in Shondaland’s Bridgerton”

Abigail Muller “The Impact of Friendships on Sexual Assault Survivors”

Brooke Nixon “Digital Dependency: Treatment Outlooks and Cross-Cultural Responses to Internet Addiction Disorder”

Katherine Paulikonis “Adolescents’ Attachment and Peer Experiences in School”

Victoria L. Rines “The Dark Side of the Moon: An Analysis of Using Music

to Cope with the Dark Side of the Human Experience”
Samantha Rodgerson “Alterity as Power for Heroines in Vampire Fiction”

Samantha K. Senfield “Bridgerton and the Purity Myth”

Monica Smallwood “‘The Black Cat’: To Sit Atop the Crimes and Injustices of A Nation’s White Plastered Homes”

Kaitlyn Stine “Act Wisely Little Girl; The Performance of Law and Gender in Antigone and The Eumenides”

Rachel Thornton “Found Family Versus Blood Family in Station 19 Season 4: Is Blood Thicker Than Water?”

Madison H. Treiber “Power, Intersectionality, and Marginalization:
An Analysis of Trial Scenes in Canonical Literature”

Noah Wood “Grassroots Citizen Participation with Government Agencies in Disaster Response Activities”
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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

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5.4 R

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