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Browsing Honors 401 Theses by Issue Date

Browsing Honors 401 Theses by Issue Date

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  • DeYeso, Kassandra L. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2019-05)
    Social media is a collection of social networking platforms where people can connect, share and express themselves. These applications can easily be used in marketing campaigns by hospitality businesses. Social media is a ...
  • Denton, Kiersten (Southern New Hampshire University, 2019-05)
    As someone who currently works in the beauty industry and follows the industry intensely. I noticed how much impact persuasive methods have on the young generation of consumers through social media and digital marketing. ...
  • Fitzgerald, Jenna (Southern New Hampshire University, 2019-05)
    Cohesion can play multiple roles on a sports team allowing them to either flourish or fail during their season. The purpose of this research is to discuss how cohesion and conformity lead to a team’s success and/or failure. ...
  • Sanborn, John Julian (Southern New Hampshire University, 2019-05)
    This thesis expands on the concepts taught in Applied Linear Algebra (MAT-350), using singular value decomposition (SVD) and discrete cosine transform (DCT), with a focus on image deblurring. The principles discussed ...
  • Dys, Nicholas M. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2020-04)
    Throughout television shows, video games, movies, myths, and novels, creators share worlds through detailed settings and especially interesting characters and creatures. If someone were to create their own characters and ...
  • Harper, Lindsay R. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2020-04)
    As the world becomes more interconnected, the need for graduates to have the skills and confidence to communicate with individuals from other cultures is important. This study explores the impact of international travel ...
  • Hippert, Fallyn (Southern New Hampshire University, 2020-04)
    The overall objective of this Southern New Hampshire's honors thesis is to create and solve a problem or project that incorporates a topic that challenges the individual but also works to make a difference in the world, ...
  • Warren, Ashley (Southern New Hampshire University, 2020-04)
    Hiking is a favorite recreational activity of Americans. It allows for one to stay in physical shape while exploring nature. This paper explores how hiking can be used as a therapy with benefits for the mind, body and ...
  • Ocampo, Sarah (Southern New Hampshire University, 2020-05)
    The United States has a large population of military veterans and spouses who are experiencing difficulty transitioning from military life to civilian life. This particular population faces difficulties in finding jobs ...
  • Welch, Dakema L. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2020-05)
    In the American juvenile justice system, the rights afforded to juveniles and the sanctions they may be subject to vary considerably from state to state. These disparities contribute to inconsistent effects of detainment ...
  • Thomas, Julie (Southern New Hampshire University, 2020-05)
    How can communities better help veterans who are suffering from PTSD? Veterans of our United States Military have long been affected by their service. What used to be called “shell shock” or “battle fatigue” is known today ...
  • Salter, Kasey H. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2020-05)
    The world is facing a crisis. Global citizens are not considering the consequences of their purchasing and therefore, with each purchase, they are further polluting our land, air, and water. The Penmen Press Party Dress ...
  • Trindade, Olivia (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021)
    The goal for this thesis research was to analyze a noticed gap in the market of the Lakes Region of New Hampshire and see if a known piece of property had potential to fit this gap. The research looked at the property ...
  • Wile, Meaghan (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021)
    health disorders found in teens” (Herren Wellness, 2019). Knowing this, it is important to recognize the correlation between young individuals’ health and sport participation. Throughout such a critical time in adolescence, ...
  • Gemas, Hannah L. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021)
    when using flexible seating to discover how these changes can be related to the lack of flexibility in classrooms currently. The results from the survey will be compared to previous research done with young learners, and ...
  • Boisvert, Alexis Leigh (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021)
    This thesis explores origami’s past, present, and future applications. Inspired by the Between the Folds documentary from PBS, we survey a wide variety of state of the art technologies which are possible because of origami. ...
  • Anctil, Madeleine (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021)
    I will be researching why are there so few women in STEM career fields. I will first look into the statistics of women within STEM fields compared to men in STEM fields. How does the pay differ for women and men working ...
  • Einsmann, Sara (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021)
    Studying engineering has allowed me to develop a unique perspective on the technology used every day. My goal for this research project is to take the knowledge acquired through my studies of engineering and apply it to ...
  • Joyce, Shannon (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021)
    In our world today, we are facing an increase in mental health awareness. A major topic in this category is babies being born to addicted mothers. Children born to these mothers are entered into this world already needing ...
  • Montpelier, Lindsey (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021)
    In today’s society, mental health is taking a toll on millions of people, yet it is still not a topic we openly discuss with one another. When one has a mental illness, they are often looked down upon by others or themselves ...