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Thesis Awards 2006/2007

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  • Emily Cadik, The Muzak of Civil Religion: A Content Analysis of Religious Rhetoric in Presidential Campaigns

  • Manasi Deshpande, The Effect of the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments on the Sulfur Dioxide Emissions Rate

  • Raina Flores, A Forensic Analysis of Fire Behavior within Cases of Spontaneous Human Combustion

  • Parth Gejji, Girish Karnad’s The Fire and the Rain: Modern Indian Drama through Performance

  • Rose Gelineau-Kettner, The Cost of Alternative Mating Strategies and Courtship Ornamentation in Xiphophorus Nigrensis

  • Alexandra Glick, The Women of Joss Whedon’s Firefly

  • Erika Gudmundsen, Not the Average Girl Next Door: A Study on Cultural Beauty Ideals

  • Aditi Kale, The Quality Sutra: Examining Quality Issues in Outsourcing Relationships in India

  • Carl Kenyon, Growth Hormone Therapy: An Ethical ApproachStephanie Maher, Fractured American: Loyalists and the Problem of American Identity

  • Stephanie Maher, Fractured American: Loyalists and the Problem of American Identity

  • Anna Shoemaker, Perspectives on Integration: Narratives by Franco-Maghrebi Women from the BanlieuTsu-Shin

  • Gail Su, Novel Systems for Oral Protein DeliveryAnnalee Sweet, “Oh My Sisters!”: Femininity in the Chekhov Theatre

  • Kendle Wade, State-Planned Ecotourism as an Alternative to Senegal’s Coastal Tourism Industry

2007 DR. HAROLD M. ALBERT PRIZE

The annual Albert Prize recognizes an outstanding Plan II senior thesis related to the field of medical science.

Marc Cunningham, MSF In Niger During the 2004-05 Famine: Evaluating Food Aid Programs

UNIVERSITY CO-OP GEORGE H. MITCHELL STUDENT AWARDS FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE WINNERS FROM THE PLAN II CLASS OF 2007

Grand Prize Winners  Recipients of $20,000

Christina Skelton
Geosciences, Plan II, College of Natural Sciences07-skelton
Christina Skelton was nominated by Professor Thomas Palaima for a research paper that brought together her interests in Biology and Classics, “Methods of Using Phylogenetic Systematics to Reconstruct the History of the Linear B Script”. By adapting phylogenetic methods to a very different kind of evolution, that of an evolving script, Christina has taken a brilliant step forward toward the solution of several hitherto intractable problems in Mycenaean Greek studies. 

Matthew Bomberg, Traveler Response to the 2005 Gas Price Spike

Lydia Eckhoff, Language Use and Attitudes for Haitian Creole Speakers

Vijay Pattisapu, Assembling Folk Language and Literature

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