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Browsing Undergraduate Research Day 2015 by Title

Browsing Undergraduate Research Day 2015 by Title

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  • Beebe, Eric (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015)
    I plan to research the various dimensions of life in Germany during the early 20th century, primarily during the times of the Weimar Republic and World War II. My research will pertain to—but not be confined to—developments ...
  • Hamilton, Sarah (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015)
    The goal of this proposal is to preface my senior thesis, which will be a Grammar Guide for SNHU students. This guide will be directed particularly at international students, and English 099 (Fundamental Writing in English) ...
  • Bodi, Evan (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015)
    “Analyzing Subway’s Successful Social Media Efforts” is a required project for the social media and marketing communications course. This project, which began during the fall semester of 2014, involves identifying Subway’s ...
  • Palmer, Megan (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015)
    This project examines book banning and curriculum decisions and the effects that both have on students. Book banning has existed since before the formation of the current education system as well as far before the current ...
  • Frazier, Alicia (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015)
    This paper is a further exploration of some findings by Spector and Maurer (2011). Across six experiments they examined the association between color and letters. Testing three populations, toddlers, literate children, ...
  • Holland, Elizabeth (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015)
    Charles Dickens is universally noted as one of the most influential British authors of the nineteenth century. During his career he published a number of works that are today recognized as classics. Each of Dickens most ...
  • Bylund, Jessica (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015)
    Sophocles’ Oedipus the King is commonly known for its famous plot of Oedipus killing his father and having sexual relations with his mother. Sigmund Freud developed the Oedipal Complex in response to these events, concluding ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Balboni, Alyssa; Blanchard, Ashlyn; Capobianco, Jacqueline; Coyne, Molly; Jain, Gregory; Shaughnessy, Kaitlin; Shaw, Karen (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015-04-22)
  • Coulombe, Mallory Denise (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015)
    The purpose of my project, “Kick Butts: Tobacco-Free SNHU,” is to provide tobacco awareness and education on campus. The main objective of this initiative is to create a positive difference whether it be informing students ...
  • Cass, Alyssa (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015)
    Being a woman in the 19th century meant mental restriction from society, even with radical parents like William Godwin and Mary Wollstonecraft. Born at the bloodiest time in French history, Mary Shelley was famous before ...
  • Biggins, Corey; Welch, Kristine (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015)
    Fresh Start farms is a CSA organization that works with refugee farmers in Manchester NH. We will be surveying the organizations members. This descriptive research to assess what the experience of the CSA members has been ...
  • Drylie, Darci; Renaud, Emily (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015)
    This research explores various news outlet coverage of breaking news. In an age when media is continuously developing and reaching larger audiences, news outlets are consistently writing to outdo one another and bring ...
  • Worth, Elizabeth (Southern New Hampshire University, 2014-04-23)
    Throughout history the story of the werewolf has been iconic and represented by the full moon. When the phase of the moon is full, typically normal people grow fangs and hair similar to a dog. Thus the symbol of the full ...
  • 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 ...
  • Grover, Jayna (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015)
    This project explores how the emergence of social media negatively affects the youth of our nation by putting them at risk for many online dangers, most importantly online sexual predators. Children who use social media ...
  • Douglas, Alyssa; Ripley, Dianna; Sabbagh, Katelyn (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015)
    The proposed study will examine the relationships among object weight and size, grasp preparation, handedness, and the detection of change in the perception of visually displayed objects. In a 4 X 2 factorial design, ...
  • Heyman, Brittany A.; Weinstein, Michael; Veilleux, Benjamin; Collins, Michael (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015)
    This paper proposes the installation of a green roof system on the new residence halls to be constructed on the Southern New Hampshire University Manchester campus. Green roofs have been shown to benefit sustainable ...