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Browsing Undergraduate Research Day 2014 by Title

Browsing Undergraduate Research Day 2014 by Title

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  • Grotton, Bailey; Carnell, Kelsey; Brenner, Sarah; Ferrucci, Adam (Southern New Hampshire University, 2014-03-29)
    Does Photoshop and the alteration of body images affect the self-esteem and purchasing habits of customers? This is an essential question regarding morals and ethics in advertising that this study attempts to address. The ...
  • Friese, Melanie (Southern New Hampshire University, 2014-04-02)
    After reading Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead, a non-fiction book discussing women’s current roles in the workplace, I have become enlightened of the challenges that women continue to face. I ...
  • Worth, Elizabeth; Mercieri, Angela (Southern New Hampshire University, 2014-04-02)
    The current study presents findings of a study conducted on the Tower of Hanoi problem. The Tower of Hanoi problem is a logical puzzle involving recursion in which there are three pegs with discs stacked in ascending order ...
  • Kennedy, Sarah (Southern New Hampshire University, 2014-04-02)
    This thesis focuses on selective mutism, a rare childhood disorder in which the child refuses to speak in many situations and there are no underlying medical or speech disabilities that explains their behavior. The research ...
  • Allen, Cory; Braun, Jeffrey; Corcoran, Michael; Demetriou, Andreanna; De Redon, Timothy; Fournier, Stephen; Fuller, Samuel; Heichlinger, Sean; Nelson, Trevor; Poirier, Drew; Rocha, Lorreta; Sivagurunathan, Kartheepan; Veilleux, Benjamin; Weinstein, Michael; Young, Brittany (Southern New Hampshire University, 2014-04-02)
    Our undergraduate research project is the planning, development, and installation of a phytoremediating rain garden on the SNHU campus. As part of an EPA grant-funded program, our group will be responsible for the entire ...
  • Cook, Susan; Mitchell, Rebecca; Benjamin, Nicole; Copeland, Samantha; Ayers, Ryan; Call, Kristen; Rea, Jennifer; Friese, Melanie; McPherson, Sarah; Mak, Megan; Klein, Jana; Nystrom, Erik; Colon, Christopher; Gabrione, James; Carlson, Erika; Nistico, Ricky; Wood, Matt; Tobin, Patrick; Richard, Nathan; Harrington, Samuel; Remy, Alyssa; Michaud, Allison; Rodene, Rousseline; Djire, Fatoumata; Messier, Jillian; Wilson, Kyle; Sheridan, Colleen; Bloom, Brittany; Daly, Joseph; Stoughton, Cameron; Thomas, Michaela; Weinstein, Mike; Sivagurunathan, Kartheepan; Kizer, Deanna; Heath, Jenna; Andolina, Theresa; Bergeron, Samantha G.; Aylward, Brieanna; Conley, Devin; Cowels, Michelle; Cox, Mike; Voon Huei Chuah, Jaclyn; Bodi, Evan; Grotton, Bailey; Ferrucci, Adam; Carnell, Kelsey; Brenner, Sarah; Hiltz, James; Dobek, Mark; Toland, Bryan; Gendron, Ryan; Kitsios, Aris; Stitt, Robert; McDevitt, Caryl; Labrie, Alexander; Byas, Ebony; Gambon, Christina; Ewing, Elizabeth; Doe, Samuel; Mancuso, Bethany; Feola, Bianca; Rich, Jaimi; Worth, Elizabeth; Mercieri, Angela; Douglas, Alyssa; Frazier, Alicia; Morin, Kara; Carrigan, Ryan; Casey, Bridgette; Tran, Anh; Reynolds, Casey M.; Perryman, Jenna; Wentworth, Benjamin; Keeler, Bryce; Aliperta, Christen; Baez, Massiel; Miller, Jessica; Laurin, Nathaniel; Kennedy, Sarah; Donovan, Tristan; Dominy, Nicole; Tremblay, Jacquelyn; Bailey, Derek; Drylie, Darci; Campion, Brad; Allen, Cory; Legaspi, Rebekah; Tobin, Patrick; Berube, Brandon; Wallace, Michael; Maccini, Mary; Braun, Jeffrey; Corcoran, Michael; Demetriou, Andreanna; De Redon, Timothy; Fournier, Stephen; Fuller, Samuel; Heichlinger, Sean; Nelson, Trevor; Poirier, Drew; Rocha, Lorreta; Veilleux, Benjamin; Young, Brittany (Southern New Hampshire University, 2014-03)
  • Drylie, Darci (Southern New Hampshire University, 2013-12-12)
    Within recent years, the Internet has evolved into one of the most commonly used innovations by members of today’s society, and Social media is one aspect of the Internet that has also become a prominent staple among ...
  • Gambon, Christina (Southern New Hampshire University, 2014-04-02)
    Recently, a federal judge decided that the stop-and-frisk practices carried out by the New York Police Department were unconstitutional and violated not only the fourth amendment, but also the fourteenth. Since the decision ...
  • Rea, Jennifer (Southern New Hampshire University, 2014-04-02)
    With the implementation of Common Core Standards in 48 of the 50 United States classroom technology has become increasingly important. As early as first grade students are asked to, “…use a variety of digital tools to ...