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Browsing Undergraduate Research Day 2015 by Issue Date

Browsing Undergraduate Research Day 2015 by Issue Date

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  • Weinstein, Michael (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015)
    Southern New Hampshire University’s Manchester campus is currently experiencing tremendous growth. With rapid development following increased enrollment, the school’s natural and ecological heritage is quickly disappearing. ...
  • Pelletier, Kaylie (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015)
    The focus of this research project is to examine childhood-based literacy texts and connect them to lessons that children from the time period were taught. Research will include what children were expected to know from ...
  • Mullen, Adam (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015)
    “The Value of Reading Aloud” aims to provide a credible, thorough counter-argument to theories suggesting that reading aloud is detrimental to children developing literacy skills. Multiple topics are discussed throughout ...
  • Sherwood, Rebecca (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015)
    Using regression analysis and calculus, economists measure the income concentration of a population by way of a metric known as a Gini index. A Gini index is a number ranging from 0 to 1, where 0 indicates perfect income ...
  • Sudiaman, Natasha (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015)
    I am going out to Los Angeles during Spring Break to experience Hollywood life in person. I will be going to a live filming of a TV show and seeing a movie premiere. The reason for my trip is to do research for my novel ...
  • Hali, Rachael (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015-04-08)
    This multimedia memoir will about the experiences I have gone through since arriving at Southern New Hampshire University four years ago. It will contain what hurts, what feels good, what feels bad, and everything in-between. ...
  • Cook, Susan; Worth, Elizabeth; Cass, Alyssa R.; Holland, Elizabeth; Palmer, Megan; Bodi, Evan; Mooney, Whitney; Hoffman, Michael; Rocha, Lorreta; Pastorello, Ann; Leafe, Jeremy; Heyman, Brittany; Weinstein, Michael; Veilleux, Benjamin; Collins, Michael; Mitchell, Mariah; Rivera, Anderson; Werth, Elijah; Drylie, Darci; Szelog, Stephen; Ward, Samantha; Easton, Laurelann; Refsdal, Ariana; Perry, Lindsey; Egan, Celia; McDonough, Kelley; Alajmi, Fahad; Alkhuzami, Mohammad; Martin, Tyler; Zahrani, Mohammed; Baylis, Thomas K.; Beretta, Ryan; Walsh, Jackie; Pirozzo, Paul; Guildford, Nathan; Hayward, Justin; Mastromarino, Tyler; Mostanteq, Mohammed; Abu Sag, Faisal; Ryan, Steven; Snider, Joshua; Nesmith, Joshua; Ayers, Ryan; Bylund, Jessica; Hali, Rachael; Sudiaman, Natasha; Coulombe, Mallory; Pearson, Kathryn; Wescott, John; Danis, Megan; LaFoe, Alyssa; Hayes, Kelley; Butler, Amanda; Kump, Hannah; Gancorz, Caitlyn; Harold, Kiara; Pelletier, Kaylie; Collins, Briana; Lafond, Erin; Beebe, Eric; Frazier, Alicia; Anderson, Beth; Balboni, Alyssa; Blanchard, Ashlyn; Capobianco, Jacqueline; Coyne, Molly; Jain, Gregory; Shaughnessy, Kaitiln; Shaw, Karen; Cerasi, Anthony; Dewar, Jennifer; Renaud, Emily; Dupuis, Lindsey; Dutra, Gary; Galella, Christiana; Grotton, Bailey; Grover, Jayna; Hamilton, Sarah; Hilts, Gabryelle; Valdez, Lenny; Kaufold, Jacqueline; Lafrance, Janna; Meoli, Victoria; Michaud, Allison; Mullen, Adam; Murphy, Tyler; Murray, Sarah; Ripley, Dianna; Sabbagh, Katelyn; Douglas, Alyssa; Sayers, Jessica; Sherwood, Rebecca; Soucy, Alexis; Undercofler, Michael; Welch, Kristine; Biggins, Corey (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015-04-08)
  • Ayers, Ryan (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015-04-22)
    Joseph Conrad's novella Heart of Darkness and its many adaptations approach central themes of madness and the uncertainty of man through a variety of differing settings. Each of these adaptations ask and present the viewer ...
  • Balboni, Alyssa; Blanchard, Ashlyn; Capobianco, Jacqueline; Coyne, Molly; Jain, Gregory; Shaughnessy, Kaitlin; Shaw, Karen (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015-04-22)