Honors Week | Albright College

Honors Week

May 1 – May 4, 2017

Abstracts

 

HONORS WEEK PRESENTATION SCHEDULE 2017

MONDAY, May 1 Department (advisor)
4 p.m. Prasadi Dangolla Perceptions of Terrorism and Muslim Identity in the News Media Communications (Lehman)
4:20 p.m. Zoe Jacobs An Unexplored Intersectionality: Deaf Jews of the Holocaust History (de Syon)
4:40 p.m. Toe Aung Examining Sex Differences in the Coolidge Effect Among Humans Psychology (Hughes)
5:00 p.m. Angela Cremer Faces of Reading +10: Envisioning and Analyzing a Decade of Social Change Communications (Mau)
5:20 p.m. Emma Musto Understanding the Impact of Religious Perspectives and State Policy On Attitudes Towards LGBTQ Individuals Sociology (Kiester)
5:40 p.m. Alexis Jenofsky Doubt: A Parable Theater (Lentz)
6 p.m. Stephanie Michel Meditating Your Way to a Healthy Body Image: A Comparison of Loving Kindness Meditation and Mindful Breathing Psychology (Hearon)
TUESDAY, May 2
4 p.m. Nia Henry Substance Use and Motherhood: A Balancing Act Psychology (Ingram-Wallace)
4:20 p.m. Mark Duffy Ukrainian Collaboration with the Nazis during the Holocaust History (de Syon)
4:40 p.m. Emily Carey Figuring It Out: A Jewish Millennial’s Journey Theater (Fotis)
5 p.m. Destini Torres Viewing the World in Binaries: Students’ Perception of LGBTQ Issues Sociology (Rice)
5:20 p.m. David Basile The Historical and Social Context of the Opioid Epidemic’s Implication of Narcan as a Public Health Intervention History (Aquino)
5:40 p.m. Juliana Carvajal The Future of Public Health With the Use of the Electronic Health Record System Biology (Campbell)
6 p.m. Kristina Schnell Disproving Myths Associated with Sisterhood in Nazi Concentration Camps History (de Syon)
WEDNESDAY, May 3
4 p.m. Tiffany Frey Innate immune evasion mechanisms utilized by Ectromelia virus Biology (Hersperger)
4:20 p.m. Heather Prince Caution! Men at Work: Women in Male-Dominated Workforces Sociology (Rice)
4:40 p.m. Maura Sheehan Characteristics of a Truncation of the B22 Protein of Ectromelia Virus Biology (Hersperger)
5 p.m. London Stever Multilingualism in the Archives: the Issue of Archival Silences and Language Barriers History (Turning)
5:20 p.m. Danielle Kelley Mother-Daughter Relationships in Young Adult Dystopian Novels English (Greenwood)
5:40 p.m. Samantha Koller Othering and Nationalism in Modern Japanese Literature English (Wolbers)
6 p.m. Natsumi Ito The Color of Reading Art (Woodward)
 
THURSDAY, May 4    POSTER SESSION  4-5 p.m.
Ciani Beatty The Perception of Therapists’ Tone of Voice Psychology (Hughes)
Gwenievere Birster Self-Efficacy and Self-Control in Simulated Partial Seizures Psychology (Couchman)
Tia Camarata Designing a Binary Plasmid that Allows Inducible Non-Antibiotic Elimination of the Host Bacterium Biology (Samuelsen)
Alyssa Francis The Effects of Positive and Negative Stress in the Workplace Psychology (Hearon)
Camille Fuller Environmental vs. Traditional: The Study of Sustainability in the Fashion Industry Fashion (MeeAe Oh-Ranck)
Kiana Hepburn Adult understanding of the verb “trust” Psychology (Heberle)
Keriann Mosley Children’s Judgements of Trust, Liking and Lying Psychology (Heberle)
Elizabeth Rohde The Effects of NSAIDs in vitro Biology (Samuelsen)
Leah Williams Reviving the “Lost Murals” of Revolutionary Nicaragua Spanish (Jogan)
Natalie Wilson Virtual Reality Therapy: Physiological and Psychological Effects Psychology (Couchman)
Jordan Zuber Narcissism and Response to Agentic and Communal Threats from Romantic Partners Psychology (Seidman)
Students will be with their posters from 4-5pm in the Center for the Arts Mezzanine.  All posters will be up from 4:00pm Monday until 6:00pm Thursday.