2019 Student Research Conference:
32nd Annual Student Research Conference

Program

Program-At-A-Glance

8:00 am • BH & MC Lobbies
Continental Breakfast

Complementary refreshments and conference program books are available in the Baldwin Hall and McClain Lobbies at 8:00 am. Registration is not required for session attendance and the entire campus community is invited and encouraged to attend.


8:30-10:00 • MC 211
SESSION 110
Oral Paper -
Philosophy & Religion

Presiding: Dr. Chad Mohler

8:30

110 - 1  KIMBERLY R. RAMOS
Dr. Chad Mohler, Faculty Mentor

"Just Sensational:" Defending Galileo’s Theory of Sense-Related Properties

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8:45

110 - 2  ZACHARY C. WESSELS
Dr. Ding-hwa Hsieh, Faculty Mentor

After the Christian Century: Christianity’s Unpopularity in the Land of the Kami

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9:00

110 - 3  ABIGAIL G. ATWELL
Dr. Stephen Pollard, Faculty Mentor

Aristotle's Impact on Christian Emotions

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9:15

110 - 4  MARY KOCHANSKI
Dr. William Ashcraft, Faculty Mentor

The Dogmatic Shift Within the Children of God: New Religious Movements

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9:30

110 - 5  OLIVIA A. STUERTZ
Dr.  Dereck Daschke, Faculty Mentor

Religiosity and Belief in the Paranormal 

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9:45

110 - 6  KEVIN A. FORTNER
Dr. Chad Mohler, Faculty Mentor
The Evolution of the Cosmological Argument

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10:00 - 10:15 am • BH & MC Lobbies
Break

Complimentary refreshment breaks will be held in the main lobbies of Baldwin Hall and McClain Hall.


10:15-11:45 • BH 219
SESSION 204
Oral Paper -
Interdisciplinary: Classics & History

Presiding: Grace Fodor

10:15

204 - 1  CONOR ROBISON
Dr. William Ashcraft, Faculty Mentor

"Crowned by His almighty hand with victory..." Views towards warfare in the Eastern Roman Empire

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11:45 am - 12:00 pm • BH Lobby
Break

Complimentary refreshment break will be held in the main lobby of Baldwin Hall.


12:00 - 1:15 pm • BH 102
Plenary Session

Opportunities and Challenges in Interdisciplinary Research and Collaboration

Dr. Stacia Dreyer Assistant Research Professor School for the Future of Innovation in Society at Arizona State University


1:15 - 1:30 pm • BH & MC Lobbies
Break

Complimentary refreshment breaks will be held in the main lobbies of Baldwin Hall and McClain Hall.


1:30-3:00 • BH 114
SESSION 302
Oral Paper -
Interdisciplinary Studies II

Presiding: Derek Franklin

1:30

302 - 1  MORGAN L. VAN VLECK
Dr. Natalie Alexander, Faculty Mentor

Deliberative Account of Social Epistemology: Solving Peer Disagreement With Improved Deliberations 

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1:45

302 - 2  TYLER J. HANSON
Dr. William Ashcraft, Faculty Mentor

The Development of the Stone-Campbell Movement and the Leaders' Response to Doctrinal Differences

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3:00 - 4:30 pm • Student Union - Georgian Room
All-Conference Reception

A conference-wide reception will be held in the Student Union Building from 3:00-4:30 pm. The entire campus community is invited to attend to help honor and celebrate the scholarly and creative achievements of all students presenters and faculty mentors.


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