Congratulations to our Spring 2018 graduates for completing their Essay/Thesis/Creative Project!

MS Biology
Cory Gargas
Phlyogenetic Analysis Reveals that the ‘Radial Centric’ Diatom Orthoseira Thwaites (Bacillariophyta) is a Member of a ‘Multipolar’ Diatom Lineage”

Václava Hazuková
Validation of a Water Quality Index for Lake Erie”

Júlia Laterza Barbosa
Using Experimental Translocations of Reptiles and Amphibians to Evaluate Faunal Rescue in the Brazilian Amazon”

MA Communications Management
Emily Mekesa Grigely
A Doctor’s Fight”

MA English
Alec Ciferno
J.M. Coetzee’s Hall of Mirrors: Elizabeth Costello and the Animal-Poet”

Joshua Kesterson
J.M. Coetzee and Literary Paternity: The Father in the Work of Writing”

Gregory Rabbitt
“‘That Noble Northern Spirit’: J.R.R. Tolkien, The Great War, and The Germanic Heroic Tradition”

Ellie Rafoth
Reflective Practice and Student Progression in First-Year Writing”

Kelsey Shewbridge
A Lifetime of Suffering and Survival: Eugene O’Neill and the Progressive Symbol of Fog”

Emily Tomusko
Anxiety at John Carroll: Why Developmental Writers Avoid the Writing Center”

MA Humanities
Timothy Hlousek, Jr.
Witnesses to Murder: The World’s Reaction to Genocide in Rwanda”

Conor King
Cultural Context: An Argument for New Historicism over Postmodernism in Analyzing Popular Literature”

MS Mathematics
James Miller
An Investigation into the Properties of Quaternions: Their Origin, Basic Properties, Functional Analysis, and Algebraic Characteristics”

MA Mathematics
William Morrison
Fairview’s Foray Into Personalized Education”

The Essays/Theses/Creative Projects can be viewed here:  http://collected.jcu.edu/thesesandessays/

 

Posted on January 31, 2018
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