2008 Student Research Conference:
21st Annual Student Research Conference

Program

Program-At-A-Glance

7:30 am - 2:30 pm • OP Lobby & VH Lobby
Registration

8:15-9:15 am • OP 2113
SESSION 8
PAPERS: INTERDISCIPLINARY -
Health and Science

Presiding: Dr. Lynn Rose, Associate Professor of History

8:15

8 - 1  REBEKAH J. HARMON
Dr. Steven Reschly and Prof. Martha L. Rose, Faculty Mentors
Agriculture in Ancient Greece

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8:30

8 - 2  ANNIE T. WOODRUFF
Dr. Steven Reschly and Prof. Martha L. Rose, Faculty Mentors
Healthcare Options in Ancient Greece

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8:45

8 - 3  VIN GEE
Dr. Terry Olson, Faculty Mentor
Industrial Pollution in the People's Republic of China

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9:00

8 - 4  ELISE M. WALCK* and CLAYTON DAVIS
Dr. Timothy D. Walston and Dr. Scott Thatcher, Faculty Mentors
A Glazier-Granier-Hogeweg (GGH) Model For Caenorhabditis elegans Embryonic Development in the Four-Cell Stage

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9:30 - 9:45 am • OP Lobby & VH Lobby
Break

9:45-10:45 am • OP 2115
SESSION 19
PAPERS: INTERDISCIPLINARY -
Studies of Community

Presiding: Dr. Linda Seidel, Professor of English

9:45

19 - 1  PATRICK R. SILVEY
Prof. Shirley McKamie, Faculty Mentor
The Individual and the Family: The Value of Mormon Community as Expressed in Song

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10:00

19 - 2  RACHEL A. BRELAND
Dr. Linda Seidel, Faculty Mentor
Giving New Orleans' Working Class a New Start: Building Mixed-Income Communities Post-Hurricane Katrina

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10:15

19 - 3  LAURA S. CASEY
Dr. John Ishiyama, Faculty Mentor
"Doing Time in the Homo No Mo Halfway House": An Interpretive Case Study of Classical Interest Group Theory in the (Ex-)Ex-Gay Community

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11:00 am - 12:00 pm • VH 1000
Plenary Session: All Disciplines

Sharing the Experience of Science

Dr. Steven L. Snyder, Vice President of Exhibit and Program Development - The Franklin Institute


1:15-2:30 pm • OP 2210
SESSION 37
PAPERS: INTERDISCIPLINARY -
Phi Kappa Phi Interdisciplinary Session I

Presiding: Ms. Shirley McKamie, Lecturer in Music

1:15

37 - 1  SCOTT M. DINTELMAN
Prof. Shirley McKamie, Faculty Mentor
Traditional Javanese Music and Trance in a Changing World

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1:30

37 - 2  MICHAEL A. BONO
Dr. Marc Rice, Faculty Mentor
Hijack the Frequencies: The Zapatista Movement and its Music

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1:45

37 - 3  KERIANN COLLINS
Prof. Shirley McKamie, Faculty Mentor
Existentialism and the Eucatastrophe: a Review of Existential Despair and Mythopoeic Hope in Various Artistic Works

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2:00

37 - 4  ERIC M. SCHWEIZER
Prof. Shirley McKamie, Faculty Mentor
Dmitri Shostakovich: Composer, Hero, and "Gentile Jew"

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2:15

37 - 5  MATT A. SZEWCZYK
Dr. Marc Rice, Faculty Mentor
Remembering Political Protest: You Can Do It Too!

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1:15-2:30 pm • OP 2115
SESSION 38
PAPERS: INTERDISCIPLINARY -
Rhetoric and Communication

Presiding: Dr. Scott Alberts, Associate Professor of Statistics

1:15

38 - 1  TONY LAM*, JULIE KNOBLAUCH, and JARED BIESER
Dr. Scott Alberts and Dr. Doug Davenport, Faculty Mentors
Professor and Student Perceptions

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1:30

38 - 2  ANGELA M. CRAWFORD
Dr. Scott Alberts, Faculty Mentor
Rhetorical Influence Over Voter Support for Policies: A case study proposal for the rhetoric surrounding the Taxpayers Bill of Rights

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1:45

38 - 3  DAVID S. FERRY* and LAURA E. HURLBURT
Dr. Mary Shapiro, Faculty Mentor
Computational Analysis of Blogs

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2:30 - 2:45 pm • OP Lobby & VH Lobby
Break

2:45-4:00 pm • OP 2210
SESSION 51
PAPERS: INTERDISCIPLINARY -
Phi Kappa Phi Interdisciplinary II

Presiding: Ms. Bertha Thomas, Assistant Dean of Multicultural Affairs

2:45

51 - 1  BETH L. KROES
Dr. Michael Seipel and Dr. Scott Alberts, Faculty Mentors
The Problem of Plastic Pollution in Aquatic Habitats: An Industrial Approach

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3:00

51 - 2  ANDREA E. CLUCK
Dr. Sara Orel, Faculty Mentor
The Public World, Private Lives, and the Word: The Significance of Islamic Religious Calligraphy on Objects and Architecture

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3:15

51 - 3  ARTHUR D. GREGG
Dr. Patricia Burton, Faculty Mentor
The Semiotic Teleology of Anglo-Saxon Charms

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3:30

51 - 4  JESSICA M. GASCH
Dr. Mary Shapiro, Faculty Mentor
Gendered Speech Behaviors in the "Formal Neutrality" of the News Interview

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3:45

51 - 5  KATE GALLEN*, DANIELLE TOLSEN, JASON NGUYEN, and PHIL A. JARRETT
Ms. Bertha Thomas (Multicultural Affairs Center), Faculty Mentor
Pictures of Diversity

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4:15-5:15 pm • OP Lobby
SESSION P-9
POSTERS, TECHNOLOGY DISPLAYS AND STUDIO ARTS: INTERDISCIPLINARY -
Interdisciplinary Poster

P-9 -

AUGUSTUS L. CAINE* and PHUONG NGUYEN
Dr. Kenneth Carter and Mr. Clayton Dillavou, Faculty Mentors
It's Not Just the Heat, It's the Humidity: Moderating Pandemic Flu by Environmental Control

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4:45 - 6:00 pm • OP Lobby
Reception


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