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Browsing Undergraduate Research Day 2014 by Issue Date

Browsing Undergraduate Research Day 2014 by Issue Date

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  • Benjamin, Nicole (Southern New Hampshire University, 2013-10-23)
    Drawing primarily from the work of Sigmund Freud’s “The Uncanny,” this research suggests that Gaston Leroux’s Phantom of the Opera utilizes defamilarization to draw attention to the paradoxical nature of the human spirit, ...
  • Chuah, Jaclyn Voon Huei (Southern New Hampshire University, 2013-10-28)
    The focus of this paper is workplace diversity. Though it brings several advantages to the organization, it also brings conflicts and problems to the organization that does not know how to handle it appropriately. It is ...
  • Maccini, Mary (Southern New Hampshire University, 2013-12-11)
    Cyberbullying is one of America’s largest issues today, although it is often overlooked. The effects that cyberbullying has on today’s youth can be more harmful, in many ways, than the effects of physical bullying. Because ...
  • 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 ...
  • Bergeron, Samantha (Southern New Hampshire University, 2013-12-18)
    This study addressed the question, how the implementation of Math in Focus affects the way teachers make decisions about their teaching methods. For this qualitative study, I conducted interviews with four New Hampshire ...
  • 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)
  • Bodi, Evan (Southern New Hampshire University, 2014-03-02)
    The purpose of the research paper is to inform the reader of the impact a political candidate’s appearance has on his or her electoral success. The author cites sources that confirm role-independent traits (appearance, ...
  • Dobek, Mark; Toland, Bryan; Gendron, Ryan; Kitsios, Aris; Stitt, Robert (Southern New Hampshire University, 2014-03-26)
    Does social media have an effect on online consumer behavior? Because social media is now used to market many companies, brands, and products, this study provides data that will conclude if social media has a major effect ...
  • 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 ...
  • Thomas, Michaela (Southern New Hampshire University, 2014-04)
    This in-progress research explores Southern New Hampshire University students’ awareness of celiac disease and gluten intolerance, and aims to determine the percentage of the Southern New Hampshire University student body ...
  • Cowels, Michelle; Conley, Devin; Daly, Joe (Southern New Hampshire University, 2014-04)
    For our Sport Management Practicum, we conducted an Economic Impact study of the Town of Meredith, NH in relation to an event that the town hosts every year: The New England Pond Hockey Classic. The CEO of the event, Scott ...
  • 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 ...
  • Campion, Bradford G. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2014-04-02)
    As the Spring Undergraduate Research Day approaches, I and fellow members of my Honors 201: Interdisciplinary Studies course wish to present our research on select pieces of work from Classical Greece and Rome. Individually, ...
  • Gambon, Christina (Southern New Hampshire University, 2014-04-02)
    When writing Frankenstein as a young, impressionable woman, Mary Shelley was heavily influenced by the works and legacies created by both her parents, William Godwin and Mary Wollstonecraft. Godwin and Wollstonecraft made ...
  • 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 ...
  • Frazier, Alicia (Southern New Hampshire University, 2014-04-02)
    This paper is a further exploration of some findings by Buckalew and Bell (1985). Their experiment classified the drawings of faces drawn by 18 children between the ages of four and six as happy, sad, or indifferent. The ...
  • 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 ...
  • Ayers, Ryan (Southern New Hampshire University, 2014-04-02)
    In its current state, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders - Fifth Edition (DSM-5) (2013) provides relatively little distinction in how to go about the diagnosis of mental disorders in children. The ...
  • Tobin, Patrick; Richard, Nathan; Harrington, Samuel; Remy, Alyssa; Michaud, Allison (Southern New Hampshire University, 2014-04-02)
    The objective of this study is to understand the immigrant community perception of leadership and its characteristics. We want to know what qualities they would assign to leaders. The study also investigates the community ...
  • Donovan, Tristan (Southern New Hampshire University, 2014-04-02)
    This research project is an extension of a project I entered previously for my Banned Books course in Spring 2013. This project proved to be bigger than the confines of the assignment. I originally researched Rainbow Boys ...