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Students Shine at Senior Seminar

Students Shine at Senior Seminar

Once again, the end of the semester rolled around quickly and Senior Seminar was held on April 26 in the Rotunda and in several classrooms. This year, 91 seniors representing 29 majors presented posters, oral presentations or art exhibits on a wide variety of topics, sharing their final assignments with the college community. Many faculty, staff and other students came out to support the seniors.

Photos by Brenda Lange

Kacie Gallagher, Early Education Dual (PreK-4) & Special Education (PreK-8)
"The Benefits of Canines in the Classroom"

James Murray, Psychology
"Finding Meaning in Life After Facing a Traumatic Event"

Mohammed Alsaawi, Business Administration and Management,
stands with Sister Carol Jean Vale.
"E-Commerce vs. Brick and Mortar"

Mary DiBricida, Early Education (PreK-4)
"The Negative Effects of High Stakes Standardized Testing"

Rony Aslam, Biochemistry
"Analysis of Casein in Milk Samples using the Bradford Assay"

Jeffrey Ast, Global Affairs
"African Economies Rise Along with Opportunities in Business"

Danielle Klein, Accounting, explains her topic to Len Spearing.
"Effects of Economic Fallout on Society"

Jenna-Kim Lewis, Political Science
"Freeing the Mind: Can Higher Education Programs in Prison Benefit Society as a Whole?"

Josean Perez, Business Administration and Management
"The Pros and Cons of Sports in Life"

 

Cynthia Brain, Global Affairs
"Sexual Health Education for Sub-Saharan African Women and Girls: NGO Effectiveness"

Elizabeth Legesse, Global Affairs, explains her topic to Nancy Levitt.
"The Rights of the Refugee Child in High-Income vs. Low-Income States"
 

Ediegeo Vanterpool, Business Administration and Management
"How Effective Online Advertising Impacts Selling Merchandise"

Adonai Harris, Psychology, explains his topic to Keely McCarthy.
"Evidence to Support Why Medical Cannabis Can Be Used as an Alternative to Psychiatric Medications"

Victoria Vigneux, English Literature
"Emasculating War Veterans in Hemingway's Nick Adams and Jake Barnes"

 

 

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