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Contents Oral Session 2...... 60 Oral Session 3...... 67 Schedule of Events...... 3 Oral Session 4...... 74 A Message from the President...... 5 Oral Session 5...... 81 NCUR Information...... 6 Oral Session 6...... 86 NCUR Oversight Committee...... 7 Oral Session 7...... 92 Acknowledgements...... 8 Oral Session 8...... 98 Information Technology Services...... 10 Oral Session 10...... 103 General Information...... 13 Poster Session Map...... 106 Plenary Speakers...... 17 Poster Sessions Sustainability...... 20 Poster Session 1...... 107 Office of Undergraduate Research...... 26 Poster Session 2...... 112 Community Involvement Center...... 27 Poster Session 3...... 118 Shuttle Service...... 28 Poster Session 4...... 123 NCUR 2012 Proceedings...... 31 Poster Session 5...... 128 Excursions...... 32 Poster Session 6...... 133 Activities...... 33 Poster Session 7...... 138 Session Information...... 34 Poster Session 8...... 143 Special Sessions...... 37 Poster Session 10...... 148 Graduate Fair & Poster Sessions...... 40 Performing Arts Sessions...... 153 FAN Sessions...... 43 Visual Arts Sessions...... 154 Oral Sessions Overview...... 46 Index by Institution...... 156 Oral Sessions Index by Presenter...... 159 Oral Session 1...... 55 Campus Map...... Back Cover excel in scholarship advance psychology

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Wednesday, March 28, 2012 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. Plenary Speaker 2: Anne Fadiman 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. Registration Browning Center Austad Auditorium Shepherd Union, 404 A&B Simulcast Available: Wildcat Theater and Elizabeth Hall 229 11:45 – 2:00 p.m. Lunch Thursday, March 29, 2012 Shepherd Union 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Registration 11:40 – 1:00 p.m. Session 6 Shepherd Union, 404 A&B Poster Sessions: Shepherd Union 7:00 – 9:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast Ballroom B&C Shepherd Union Oral Sessions: Classrooms 8:30 – 9:50 a.m. Session 1 Visual Arts Sessions: Kimball Arts Poster Sessions: Shepherd Union Center - Shaw Gallery Ballroom B&C 12:00 – 1:00p.m. FAN Session 2 Oral Sessions: Classrooms Marriot Allied Health Performing Sessions: Browning Center Student Special Sessions 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. Opening Ceremony Elizabeth Hall Plenary Speaker 1: Mario R.Capecchi Shepherd Union Fireplace Lounge Browning Center Austad Auditorium Wattis Business Simulcast Available: Wildcat Theater 12:00 – 5:00 p.m. Graduate & Professional Studies Fair and Elizabeth Hall 229 Shepherd Union 11:45 – 2:00 p.m. Lunch 1:10 – 2:30 p.m. Session 7 Shepherd Union Poster Sessions: Shepherd Union 11:40 – 1:00 p.m. Session 2 Ballroom B&C Poster Sessions: Shepherd Union Oral Sessions: Classrooms Ballroom B&C Visual Arts Sessions: Kimball Arts Oral Sessions: Classrooms Center - Shaw Gallery Performing Sessions: Browning Center 2:40 – 4:00 p.m. Session 8 12:00 – 1:00p.m. FAN Session 1 Poster Sessions: Shepherd Union Marriot Allied Health Ballroom B&C Student Special Sessions Oral Sessions: Classrooms Elizabeth Hall Performing Sessions: Browning Center Wattis Building Visual Arts Sessions: Kimball Arts 12:00 – 5:00 p.m. Graduate & Professional Studies Fair Center - Shaw Gallery Shepherd Union 4:10 – 5:30 p.m. Session 9 1:10 – 2:30 p.m. Session 3 Possible Poster & Oral Sessions for Late Poster Sessions: Shepherd Union Registrants: Shepherd Union Ballrooms Ballroom B&C Classrooms Oral Sessions: Classrooms Visual Arts Sessions: Kimball Arts Performing Sessions: Browning Center Center - Shaw Gallery 2:40 – 4:00 p.m. Session 4 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. NCUR Oversight Committee Reception Poster Sessions: Shepherd Union for Faculty, Staff, and Administrators Ballroom B&C only - Stewart Stadium Sky Suites Oral Sessions: Classrooms 3rd 4:15 – 5:00 p.m. Moving Company Performance: COIL, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Art Exhibit Reception – Free Admissions a collaboration - Free Admissions Kimball Arts Center - Shaw Gallery Browning Center 8:30 – 11:30 p.m. Purple Crush - Free Admission 6:00 – 10:00 p.m. Notorious 25th Street Shepherd Union - Atrium Ogden 25th Street Saturday, March 31, 2012 Friday, March 30, 2012 7:00 – 11:00 a.m. Registration 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Registration Shepherd Union, 404 A&B Shepherd Union, 404 A&B 7:00 – 9:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast 7:00 – 9:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast Shepherd Union Shepherd Union 8:30 – 9:50 a.m. Session 10 7:15 – 8:15 a.m. Undergraduate Research Summit Poster Sessions: Ballroom B&C Shepherd Union - Wildcat Theater Oral Sessions: Classrooms 8:30 – 9:50 a.m. Session 5 Performing Sessions: Browning Center Poster Sessions: Shepherd Union 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. Plenary Speaker 3: Paul Alan Cox Ballroom B&C Browning Center Austad Auditorium Oral Sessions: Classrooms Simulcast Available: Wildcat Theater Performing Sessions: Browning Center and Elizabeth Hall 229 Visual Arts Sessions: Kimball Arts 11:00 – 1:30 p.m. Lunch Center - Shaw Gallery Shepherd Union 11:45 a.m. Excursions

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www.usu.edu/ graduateschool A Message from the President

Dear researchers,

Welcome to the 26th National Conference on Undergraduate Research and to Weber State University. Your journey of inquiry, investigation and discovery has brought you here, to the foremost undergraduate research conference in the country. To say that Weber State values undergraduate research would be an understatement. Each year we look forward to WSU’s research symposium and celebration, and we have now hosted three major undergraduate research conferences in the past three years: the Council on Undergraduate Research in 2010, the Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research in 2011, and during the next three days, NCUR. We couldn’t be more excited to have all of you on our campus. In my 30-year tenure at Weber State, I have seen the wonderful effects of undergraduate research, not only on our students, but on our community, our state, even our world. Our student researchers, working alongside their faculty mentors, have worked to prevent the extinction of a small migratory bird that lives along the Great Salt Lake shoreline (if you’ve never visited the lake, I highly recommend signing up for the Saturday excursion to Antelope Island State Park). They’ve helped military shift workers reduce fatigue using light therapy. They’ve spearheaded the building of a satellite that was carried aboard the space shuttle in 1985, a satellite that now resides in The Smithsonian Air & Space Museum. I could go on, as proud as I am of our students and what they’ve done, but I am eager to hear and see the work they, and all of you, will share during this conference. In fact, everyone on campus has been looking forward to your arrival and your presentations. I encourage you to take full advantage of this experience. Attend presentations by your fellow student researchers. Enjoy our notable plenary speakers. Get out, make friends, and see Utah – our beautiful state has much to offer.

Wishing you a magnificent experience,

F. Ann Millner, President Weber State University

5 NCUR Information

What is NCUR? The National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR), established in 1987, is dedicated to promoting undergraduate research, scholarship and creative activity in all fields of study by sponsoring an annual conference for students.

Unlike meetings of academic professional organizations, this gathering of young scholars welcomes presenters from all institutions of higher learning and from all corners of the academic curriculum.

Through this annual conference, NCUR creates a unique environment for the celebration and promotion of undergraduate research achievement, provides models of exemplary research and scholarship, and helps to improve the state of undergraduate education.

In addition to oral and poster sessions, the 2012 conference includes performing and visual arts presentations. NCUR 2012 Logo From its early days as a rough railroad town to its current status as an outdoor, high-adventure hotspot, Ogden has always been action-packed. But the Wasatch Mountains, those are the natural draw to this great city. They are stunning. They are fun. They are famous. And, nestled at the foot is Weber State University. A scenic location that we are so proud of, we incorporated it into the NCUR 2012 logo.

6 NCUR Oversight Committee

NCUR Oversight Committee

Diola Bagayoko, Southern University at Baton Rouge Ron Dotterer, Salisbury University Lauren Fowler, Weber State University Sibdas Ghosh, Dominican University of California Joseph J. Grabowski, University of Pittsburgh Bessie Guerrant, University of Kentucky Mark Harvey, University of North Carolina Asheville Carol G. Henderson, Ithaca College John Mateja, Murray State University Jason Miller, Truman State University Kathryn Wilson, Indiana University-Purdue University Sandy Gregerman, University of Michigan William Campbell, University of Wisconsin-River Falls (Emeritus) & CUR President Nancy Hensel, CUR Janet Stocks, Baldwin- College Gregory Young, Montana State University MeLisa Zackery, CUR

7 Acknowledgements

Executive Committee Jeffrey Steagall, Dean, John B. Goddard School of Business & John Cavitt, Chair Economics Ryan Thomas Joan Hubbard, University Librarian Lauren Fowler Scott Provost and Conference Support Amy Douangdara Dana Gibson, Administrative Associate for Special Projects Erin Daniels Diane Germond, Senior Accountant/Accounting Services Rachel Ruiz, Student Accounts Receivable Supervisor Weber State University Administration F. Ann Millner, President 2IÀFHRI8QGHUJUDGXDWH5HVHDUFK Michael Vaughan, Provost John Cavitt, Director Ryan Thomas, Associate Provost & Dean of Undergraduate Amy Douangdara, Events Planner, Office Manager Studies Erin Daniels, Office Specialist Bruce Bowen, Associate Provost for Enrollment Services Hailey Neilson, Office Specialist Bret Ellis, Vice President for Information Technology Tess Woodward, Office Specialist Brad Mortensen, Vice President for University Advancement Valerie Frokjer, Office Specialist Norman Tarbox, Vice President for Administrative Services Tyler Barnum, Office Specialist Janet C. Winniford, Vice President for Student Affairs Forrest Crawford, Assistant to the President for Diversity and Special Thanks Professor/Teacher Education Scott Bassford, North Applications LLC Ferro, Dean, College of Applied Science & Technology National Conference on Undergraduate Research Oversight Frank Harrold, Dean, College of Social & Behavioral Sciences Committee (NOC) David Matty, Dean, College of Science Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) Madonne Miner, Dean, Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Lindsey Ketchum, Ogden/Weber Convention & Visitors Bureau Humanities Elizabeth Martin, Davis Area Convention and Visitors Bureau Jack Rasmussen, Dean, Jerry and Vickie Moyes College of Education Yasmen Simonian, Dean, Ezekiel R. Dumke College of Health Professions Volunteers and Commitees

Abstract Review Coordinators Naseem Banerji Russ Costa Allan Guymon Kathryn Mackay, Co-chair Brian Barber Shelly Costley Nancy Haanstad Scott Wright, Co-chair Joyce Barra Kathy Culliton Kristin Brian Chung Tamilselvam Batcha Michelle Culumber Kirk Hagen Therese Grijalva Emily Bates Erin Daniels Jan Hamer Jim Jacobs Dan Bedford Charles Davidson Rod Hansen Todd Johnson Joe Benz Don Kami Hanson Theresa Kay Laine Berghout Ron Deckert Sue Harley John Marshall Nicole Berthelemy Nancy Drickey Francis Harrold Becky McShane Anne Bialowas Linda Eaton Kathy Herndon Louise Moulding Frank Black Ann Ellis Tim Herzog Brian Rague Brady Brower Judy Elsley Valerie Herzog Collette Renstrom Fon Brown Jeremy Farner Terri Hildebrandt Julie Buck Rhea Felicilda Stephen Hill Abstract Review Team Sally Cantwell Electra Fielding Spencer Hilton Nazneen Ahmad Art Carpenter Sandra Fital-Akelbek Christopher Hoagstrom Mahmud Akelbek Bradley Carroll Rick Ford Bob Hogge Melina Alexander John Cavitt Lauren Fowler Paul Hooker Susan Alexander Julian Chan Kathryn French Kyra Hudson Anthony Allred Tamara Chase Rich Fry Pamela Hugie Tony Allred Angela Choberka Janelle Gardiner Sajid Hussain Greg Anderson Matthew Choberka Colleen Garside Jim Hutchins Brooke Arkush Rex Christensen Azenett Garza J. Ibarguen Kristen Arnold Kraig Chugg Doris Geide-Stevenson Colin Inglefield Michelle Arnold Jennifer Ciaccio Pepper Glass Justin Jackson Isabel Asensio Jonathan Valerie Gooder Shaun Jackson Aaron Ashley Geri Conlin Fred Govedich Josh Jensen Bonnie Bain Rosemary Conover Sian Griffiths Becky Johns Tim Conrad Therese Grijalva Gary Johnson

8 Acknowledgements

Adam Johnston Brad Peterson James Zagrodnik Poster Sessions Sheree Josephson William Pollett Bill Zundel Committee Terri Jurkiewicz Judith Pratt Therese Grijalva Kevin Karician Josh Price Activities and Excursions Jonathan Marshall Jonathan Karpel Remata Reddy Lauren Fowler Don Keipp Rob Rodney Hansen Program and Proceedings Brandon Koford Nathan Rives Chad Mosher Jenny Kokai Scott Rogers Committee Olga Kopp Thomas Root Becky McShane Wade Kotter Ryan Rowe Administration and Kathy Payne Diane Krantz Tim Ruden Registration Sami Postma Kate Krause Matthew Schmolesky Tyler Barnum Nurgul Kueva Dan Schroeder Erin Daniels Sponsorship/Donations/ Meg Leatherbury Shane Schvaneveldt Amy Douangdara Ad Space Valerie Frokjer Mark LeTourneau John Schwiebert Rebecca Ory Hernandez Hailey Neilson Greg Lewis Lorie Scott Lisa Largent Andy Lippert Corina Segovia-Tadehara Tess Woodward Branden Little Scott Senjo Sustainability Committee Barry Lloyd Eric Sevy Communications and Web Jennifer Bodine Susan Makov Tricia Shepherd Development John Mull David Malone Sally Shigley Amy Hendricks Jean Mandernach John Sillito Frances McConaughy Michele Skopec Transportation Committee Facilities and Buildings Valerie Frokjer Julanne McCulley Molly Chad Mosher Brian McGladrey John Sohl LaRue Chip McLeod Shari Sowards Anette Melvin Amanda Sowerby Graduate School Fair Technology Ron Meyers Tim Speicher Committee Shelly Belflower Miller Paul Spruell Valerie Frokjer Bob King Hal Miller Jeff Steagall Greg Nielsen Alan Livingston Rick Miller Sarah Steimel Anna Adamson Karen Moloney Michael Stevens Shannon Allen Visual/Performing Arts Alice Mulder Kathleen Stevenson Tricia Cook Presentations Committee Barry Flitton John Mull Penee Stewart Jim Jacobs Chad Mosher Hailey Nielson Mahalingam Subbiah Amanda Sowerby Melissa NeVille Molly Sween Elizabeth Ulman Jeff Nichols Ryan Thomas Volunteers/Assistants Greg Nielsen Shelley Thomas Oral Sessions Committee Tanya Nolan Joan Thompson Laine Berghout Committee Cliff Nowell Barbara Trask Carla Trentelman Valerie Frokjer Craig Oberg Carla Trentelman Kathy Culliton Erin Daniels Erin O’Brien Garth Tuck Michele Culumber Amy Douangdara Heath Ogden Jordan Utley Matthew J. Domek Hailey Neilson Robert Okazaki Edward Walker Jan Hamer Tess Woodward Marjukka Ollilainen Jeffrey Ward Kyra Hudson Matt Ondrus Drew Weidman Theresa Kay Website Rick Orr Mary Beth Willard Greg Lewis Jonathan McBride Angelika Pagel Kris Williams Kathy Payne Stacy Palen Heather Wilson-Ashworth Plenary Sessions Michael Palumbo Josh Winegar Committee Gregory Parkhurst Sue Womack Yasmen Simonian James Patterson Gloria Wurst Ryan Thomas Michelle Paustenbaugh Michael Wutz Kathy Payne Dave Wyant Gretchen Peacock Gail Yngve

9 Information Technology Services Computer Labs NCUR Wireless Access The following computer labs are availabe Wi-Fi coverage is available in all campus for NCUR participants. To log in to a buildings, but coverage may be limited computer, use username NCUR2012 and during large meetings. Please refrain password Weberncur12. To view a map from using personal hot-spots or Wi-Fi of computer lab locations, go to tethering as these degrade the experience http://www.weber.edu/ComputerLabs/ for everyone. campus_map_of_labs.html To Get Connected Shepherd Union Building – Room 1. View available wireless networks 2. Select NCUR2012 230 C 3. Open a web browser iMacs will dual-boot into both Windows and 4. When prompted for a password, use: Mac OS Password: Weberncur12 Wednesday 3/28: 7 a.m. - Midnight Thursday 3/29: 7 a.m. - Midnight Friday 3/30: 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. QR Codes Saturday 3/31: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. QR codes will be used throughout the conference booklet and at various Wattis Building – Room 205 locations across campus and throughout iMacs will dual-boot into both Windows and to provide students with additional information that can be accessed via a Mac OS mobile device. Wednesday 3/28: 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. Thursday 3/29: 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. Friday 3/30: 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. What is a QR code? Saturday 3/31: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. A QR code is a two-dimensional type of barcode that stores information that can be decoded at a high speed. It Need Technical Help? holds large amounts of data compared Contact our IT service desk. to the traditional barcodes used on merchandise. Call 801.626.7777 from any cell phone or ext. 7777 from a campus phone.

Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Lampros Hall room 218

For online help, go to http://weber.edu/servicedesk

10 Information Technology Services Classroom Technology Presenter Support All presentation computers will auto Services log in. Each morning the projectors and computers will be up and running in each Equipment and Software presentation room. All presentation classrooms will contain the following equipment/software: Every presentation room will have ‡:LQGRZVODSWRSZLWK&''9'GULYH contact information posted to contact ‡$Q/&'SURMHFWRU technical support for any technical ‡,QWHUQHWFRQQHFWLYLW\ ZLUHG assistance as well as the room number of ‡3URJUDPVRXQG the Presentation Testing and Technical ‡0LFURVRIW2IILFH Support staff. ‡$GREH$FUREDW5HDGHU ‡:LQGRZV0HGLD3OD\HU Technical support staff will be located in ‡%URZVHUV0R]LOOD)LUHIR[ each building and will be wearing orange shirts for easy identification. Remember to bring your presentation information on a USB flash drive or CD/ DVD. Mobile Website Weber State University has developed Presentation Testing and a mobile website for the NCUR 2012 conference. Attendees will be able to Technical Support access a schedule of all presentations Students will be able to preview/test and a map of the WSU campus; get quick their presentations prior to or during updates as events happen or schedules oral sessions. There will also be technical change; and set up a personal agenda support personnel available at these using the My Agenda component. You can locations to assist with presentation find the mobile website at: problems. Rooms reserved for this http://m.weber.edu/ncur2012 purpose are: Elizabeth Hall Room 221 McKay Education Rooms 229 & 333 Wattis Building Room 111 Shephard Union BuildingBuilding Room 331 (Central Technical Support only)only)

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Hosted by www.usu.edu/ucur General Information

Information Tables Meals Information tables are staffed throughout Continental Breakfast the conference at the Shepherd Union A free continental breakfast is available in Building. the Student Union. Thursday, March 29 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Additionally, campus volunteers can be Friday, March 30 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. recognized by their t-shirt colors: Saturday, March 31 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Purple - General Information Orange - Technology Support Lunches Lunches are available in the Student Registration Union. Your NCUR badge is required for The Registration table will serve as a entry. destination for attendees with requests Thursday, March 29 11:45 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. or problems that might require a higher Friday, March 30 11:45 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. level of attention. We will be able to make or edit name badges, assist with Retail Food Options & Hours scheduling questions, or help with any Quickzone other issues that might require the use of Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. the NCUR software as a reference. Friday 7:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 28 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. Thursday, March 29 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Grill 155 Friday, March 30 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Saturday, March 31 8:00 – 11:30 a.m. Starbucks Monday–Thursday 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Water Stations Friday 11:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Clean canteens have been provided to all NCUR participants. Please refill Jamba Juice your water bottles at water fountains Monday–Thursday 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. in various buildings and at the water Friday 11:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. stations provided in the Shepherd Union Building. Lotza Pizza, Pasta & Wings Monday-Friday 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. NCUR T-Shirts Saturday 11:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. NCUR T-shirts that were purchased during the online registration process will be Lotza Tacos available for pickup at the information Monday–Friday 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. booth in the Shepherd Union Building. T-shirts can also be purchased in the Wildcat Room same location. Monday–Friday 11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

13 General Information

Medical Care Area Pharmacies For basic medical care, call the Ogden Smith’s Clinic at (801) 475-3000.For emergencies 4275 Harrison Blvd dial 911. Ogden, UT 84403 (801) 479-0700 Area Hospitals and Emergency Rooms Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. McKay-Dee Hospital Sunday Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. 4401 Harrison Blvd. Ogden, UT 84403 Shopko Pharmacy (801) 387-2800 1018 Washington Blvd Distance from WSU: 1.4 miles Ogden, UT 84404 Weekday Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Ogden Clinic Saturday Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. 4650 Harrison Blvd. Sunday Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Ogden, UT 84403 (801) 475-3000 Walgreens Distance from WSU: 1.9 miles 255 E 36th Street Ogden UT 84405 Ogden Regional Medical Center (801) 689-1358 5475 South 500 East Weekday Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. Ogden, UT 84405 Saturday Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. (801) 479-2111 Sunday Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Distance from WSU: 3.8 miles Rite-Aid NowCare 851 24th Street 698 12th Street Ogden, UT 84401 Ogden, UT 84404 (801) 393-6044 (801) 675-5172 Thursday Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Weekday Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. Friday Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Saturday Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Saturday Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Distance from WSU: 4.7 miles

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Nearby Shopping & Things to Do Photocopying/Printing Materials Newgate Mall Weber State University’s Copy Center 36th St. & Wall Ave. is located in the Shepard Union Building, Ogden, Utah 84405 Room 201. (801) 621-1161 2915 University Circle Weekly Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Ogden, Utah 84408-2915 Sunday Hours: 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Phone: (801) 626-6738 Fax: (801) 626 6491 Cinemark 14 Theater at the Newgate [email protected] Mall Thursday, March 29 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. 36th St. & Wall Ave. Friday, March 30 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Ogden, Utah 84405 Saturday, March 31 Closed (800) 326-3264 ext. 1171 Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. FedEx Office 3605 Harrison Blvd The Solomon Center at The Junction Ogden, Utah 84403 2261 Kiesel Ave Phone: (801) 393-0120 Ogden, Utah 84401 Website: www.fedex.com (801) 399-5862 Monday–Friday 7:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday: 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Saturday–Sunday 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Friday-Saturday: 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. ‡)DW&DWV%RZOLQJDQG$UFDGH Weber State University Services ‡7KH7UHHKRXVH&KLOGUHQ·V0XVHXP ‡)ORZULGHU ATMs and Bank ‡L)O\ ATMs are located in the Atrium of ‡L5RFN Shepherd Union Building near the WSU ‡*ROG·V*\P credit union. WSU Credit Union hours: Megaplex 13 at the Junction Thursday, March 29 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. 2351 Kiesel Ave. Friday, March 30 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Ogden, Utah 84401 Saturday, March 31 Closed (801) 528-5800 Hours: 10:30 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. Weber State Bookstore Get your Weber wear and gift items at the Campus bookstore, located in the Shepherd Union building left of the Information Desk, first and second floor. Thursday, March 29 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Friday, March 30 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Saturday, March 31 Closed

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Faculty and Administrator Lounge 3RVW2IÀFH The Shepherd Union Computer Lab The Weber State University Mail Center classroom is reserved for faculty is located east of Campus, on the South and administrators to use during the side of the Receiving and Distribution conference. Please enjoy complimentary building, Room 204.

refreshments and relax between 9:00 a.m. Thursday, March 29 7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m., Thursday and Friday. Friday, March 30 7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Saturday, March 31 Closed Fitness Center Closed 12:00 - 1:00 P.M for lunch Located on the Southeast side of campus, The Swenson and Stromberg Gyms have Recreation Center the equipment you need for a variety of The recreation center is located in the physical activity. You can stop by the Shepherd Union Building. Bowling at gym and lift weights, run the track, play Wildcat Lanes, billiards, air hockey, and racquetball, or engage in many other video games are available for recreational activities. use. Thursday, March 29 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Thursday, March 29 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. Friday, March 30 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Friday, March 30 8:00 a.m. – 11:30 p.m. Saturday, March 31 Closed Saturday, March 31 9:00 a.m. – Midnight

Weber State University Library Statement about Media Weber State University’s Stewart Library Member of the media, including print will be open for your convenience during and broadcast, may be attending NCUR to the conference. cover events and presentations. They may Thursday, March 29 7:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. ask to interview, record, or photograph Friday, March 30 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. you. If you are comfortable doing so, we Saturday, March 31 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. invite you to answer questions about your experience of the conference and your specific presentation; however, you are under no obligation, so please feel free to decline.

16 Plenary Speakers

Mario R. Capecchi Anne Fadiman Nobel Laureate Award-winning Author, Essayist, and Editor

Thursday, March 29, 10:00-11:30 a.m. Friday, March 30, 10:00-11:30 a.m. Browning Center Austad Auditorium Browning Center Austad Auditorium with Simulcast in the Wildcat Theater with Simulcast in the Wildcat Theater

The Making of a Scientist: An Unlikely The Catches You and You Fall Journey Down: A Lecture by Anne Fadiman Mario Capecchi is a Nobel laureate Anne Fadiman is an award-winning and distinguished professor of Human author, essayist, and editor. As the Genetics at the University of Utah. He inaugural Francis Writer in residence at is best known for his pioneering work Yale University, she served as a professor on the development of gene targeting in in the English Department and as a mouse embryo-derived stem cells. This mentor to students interested in careers technology in writing or allows scientists editing. to create models for many Her first book, human diseases, The Spirit including cancer. Catches You and You Fall In 2007, he was Down, won awarded the a National Book Nobel Prize in Critics’ Circle Physiology Award. It or Medicine with chronicles the Oliver Smithies trials of an and Martin Evans epileptic Hmong child and her family as for their discoveries of principles for they attempt to navigate the gulf between introducing specific gene modifications Hmong and American medical systems. in mice by the use of embryonic stem The book is taught as an example of both cells. literary journalism and as a casebook for cross-cultural sensitivity.

Anne Fadiman edited The American Scholar for seven years and edited several books. She has also published a best- selling collection of essays, Ex Libris: Confessions of a Common Reader, a witty ode to everything book.

17 Plenary Speakers

Paul Alan Cox Director of the Institute of Ethnomedicine

Saturday, March 31, 10:00-11:30 a.m. Browning Center Austad Auditorium with Simulcast in the Wildcat Theater

Searching for the Cure for ALS Paul Cox is a native of Utah and Wyoming who Time named one of the 11 Heroes of Medicine in 1997 for his work in ethnobotanical drug discoveries. He has won numerous awards, including the Goldman Environmental Prize for his efforts in preserving Samoan rain forests, which he wrote about in his book : Saving the Samoan Rainforest.

Dr. Cox is currently Director of the Institute of Ethnomedicine in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. He founded and served as director for , a non-profit organization whose mission is to protect the ecology of cultures of islands around the world. He has also served as Distinguished Professor at , , as Professor and Dean at Brigham Young University, and as Gustaf Professor of Environmental Biology at Uppsala, .

His current ethnobotanical research focuses on finding new therapies for neurodegenerative illnesses such as ALS and Alzheimer’s.

18 Weber State University Graduate Programs


Accounting Athletic Training Business Administration (MBA) Criminal Justice Education English Health Administration Nursing Professional Communication Radiologic Science Taxation

For more information, visit weber.edu/graduateprograms. Sustainability

What is Sustainability? toward sustainability. WSU currently At Weber State University, we use the holds a bronze rating under STARS, and following definition of sustainability, is quickly moving towards its goal of a taken from the World Commission platinum rating. on Environment and Development Brundtland Report, “Our Common Future” In 2007, WSU completed an inventory (1987): of all of its greenhouse gas emissions. Sustainability is to “…meet the needs Using 2007 as a baseline, WSU is on track and aspirations of the present for reaching a 25% reduction in emissions generation without compromising the by 2012 and carbon neutrality by 2050. ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”

This definition applies to every aspect of campus life. As WSU moves forward in meeting the educational needs and aspirations of its students, the Energy and Sustainability Office is working every day to insure that this opportunity is available for subsequent generations.

Energy Projects WSU is upgrading systems all over campus to become more energy efficient. Our steam heating system is being upgraded with Aerogel, a high tech insulator that is greatly increasing What is Weber State Doing to efficiency.

Become More Sustainable? Lighting, both indoor and outdoor, is Sustainability Goals being upgraded with more efficient bulbs In 2007, WSU President Ann Millner and ballasts. Solar power is being used to signed the American College and heat the Swenson gym’s pool and produce University Presidents’ Climate electricity at the Shepherd Union Building Commitment. This document, signed and WSU’s Davis Campus. by 674 institutions across the nation, commits WSU to carbon neutrality by Chillers and boilers all over campus 2050. have been replaced with high efficiency models. These along with many more In order to gauge our progress, WSU projects currently underway are already participates in the Sustainability Tracking saving WSU over $500,000 annually in Assessment and Rating System (STARS). energy costs. This number is projected to STARS provides a transparent reporting increase as more projects are completed. framework for WSU to gauge its progress

20 Sustainability

Waste Sustainability Summit WSU has a campus-wide recycling program. Look for blue and purple bins inside the buildings on campus. waste on campus is used for mulch. Electronics are recycled as funds permit, and excess desks, chairs, and other office equipment are sold to the public instead of being hauled to a landfill.

Water Water is a big issue, especially here in the West. Utah is the 2nd driest state in the nation and consistently has one of This year, WSU hosted the 3rd annual the highest rates of water consumption. Intermountain Sustainability Summit. Water is a limited resource and WSU This two-day event gathered civic, is taking steps to curb its consumption. business, and sustainability professionals Low flow faucets are being installed all to provide training and resources on over campus. Up to 1.2 million gallons implementing sustainability in homes, per week of storm water is reclaimed by businesses, and cities. This conference is the Lindquist pond. Campus irrigation growing every year and becoming one of systems have been upgraded to use the premiere sustainability events in the less water and xeriscaping is being western . implemented by planting drought-tolerant and native vegetation. What Can I Do to Lessen My Impact

New Construction at NCUR 2012? All new buildings constructed at WSU 1. Use your NCUR sports water bottle for must meet LEED silver certifications. drinking water during the conference. LEED is a certification by the US Green 2. If you have a reusable mug, use it Building Council that takes into account for coffee and other drinks during the site selection, water, insulation, energy, meeting. The campus food service and other efficiency factors. Currently, provider, Sodexo, provides incentives for the Hurst Center for Continuing doing this. Education and Elizabeth Hall are LEED 3. Consider purchasing carbon offsets silver certified. Upon completion, the new (or asking your institution to) to mitigate Wildcat Village dormitories will also carry all or part of your travel-related carbon this distinction. emissions. Two options for doing this are listed below. The Weber State site has a carbon footprint calculator. Payments made to this site go towards efficiency improvements and solar panel purchases on campus. The other site is for TerraPass, a nationally recognized, carbon offset provider.

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http://www.weber.edu/sustainability/ Our chefs work with local vendors to carbon_calculator.html source locally grown and locally produced foods to make your dining experience http://store.terrapass.com/store/c/18- an enjoyable one. Look for fresh baked Carbon-offsets.html breads from Stoneground Bread Company, locally made cheeses from Beehive NCUR Water Bottle Cheese along with other fresh fruits The aluminum sports water bottle and vegetables from surrounding farms provided reduces the use of plastic on your menus during your visit. The bottled water and for other disposable menu for this conference will include containers. whole grains, nuts, and other ingredients prepared with healthy cooking NCUR Lanyards techniques. Please look for the dietary The meeting lanyards are made from information about the foods offered to 75% post-consumer waste. The lanyard help you make healthier choices. All of material is mostly derived from recycled our meals will be served buffet style. PET from water bottles. Consider taking only the food you will eat to avoid unnecessary food waste. As NCUR Messenger Bags always, any unserved food items will be The eco-friendly bag features delivered to a local soup kitchen to serve a pen loop, two front pockets with a the community. Velcro closure, two elastic side pockets, and a 45” shoulder strap, making it the perfect thing to carry your necessary Sustainable Energy Our Facilities Management staff has supplies without losing any of your items. estimated the total electricity usage associated with the campus Sodexo & Sustainable Dining buildings to be used during the NCUR Weber State University’s campus dining meeting. Weber State has committed to team is dedicated to sustainability. We offsetting the associated carbon know we can all work together to make emissions by making a block purchase of a positive impact right here at Weber renewable energy through Rocky State University. In addition to the many Mountain Power’s Blue Sky program. initiatives we take on as a company, Wind power delivered to their we have implemented the following regional power grid is the source of this programs specific to Weber State. We renewable energy. Currently, offer recycling programs; waste reduction Weber State purchases 11.4% of its power programs; extensive use of eco-friendly through the Blue Sky program. disposables; incentives for reusable cups, mugs, and shopping bags; and the use of eco-friendly cleaning and dishwashing products. Weber State is in the process of establishing a composting program to further reduce our organic waste.

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• Communications and Media Studies • Latin American and Latino Studies • Elections and Campaign Management • Political Science • Ethics and Society • Psychology • History • Sociology • International Political Economy and • Urban Studies Development (IPED) Our master’s degree programs offer students a strong alumni network of successful professionals and influential global thinkers who provide personal attention and career guidance. Students take advantage of New York City’s extensive resources for invaluable internships and training opportunities. For more information, visit www.fordham.edu/gsas or e-mail [email protected]. Fordham is proud to be a Yellow Ribbon University. eeo/aa cross-disciplinary graduate education http://healthpromotion.asu.edu/graduate

The School of Nutrition and Health Promotion at Arizona State University offers graduate students a comprehensive, rigorous core of knowledge and professional skills to compete and excel in a rapidly evolving health environment. The school, which traces its roots back more than 100 years for nutrition and exercise and wellness programs, strives to offer differences that enable career success. ASU advantages that can help determine career success:  Integration of the Nutrition, Exercise & Wellness, and Kinesiology programs within one School  Faculty collaboration resulting in cross- disciplinary courses at the graduate level  Proximity of the School’s research laboratories to biotech partners  Collaboration with Mayo Clinic Arizona  A Healthy Lifestyles Research Center  Multi-million dollar investment in new Nutrition and Exercise & Wellness program laboratories

Master of Science, *Human Nutrition Interdisciplinary PhD in Physical Activity, Nutrition and Wellness Master of Science, Exercise and Wellness

*includes the option of a dietetics concentration http://healthpromotion.asu.edu/graduate 26 Community Involvement Center

The Community Involvement Center, campus and has been recognized as such established in June 2007, is a strategic by the prestigious Carnegie Classification partnership between Academic Affairs for Community Engagement awarded to and Student Affairs that provides WSU in 2008. both curricular and co-curricular civic engagement opportunities for students, Signature Student Programs faculty and staff in partnership with local Community-Based Learning Courses community organizations. incorporate service-learning experiences and community-based research projects During the 2010-11 academic year into academic courses to teach specific the Community Involvement Center course objectives. successfully engaged over 7,000 Weber State students in both curricular and The Volunteer Involvement Program gives co-curricular service experiences students the opportunity to make positive contributing over 131,000 hours of contributions to the community through service to the local community. Since the participation in 14 different student-led inception of the center, the number of service programs. students engaging in the community has almost tripled. The AmeriCorps Education Award Program allows students to perform COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT STATS 2010-11 community service in exchange for scholarship money. 7,077 WSU Students Engaged in Service 30.8% of WSU student population Civitas, a service scholar program, gives 131,229 Service Hours Contributed by WSU students the opportunity to demonstrate Students their civic skills, civic values, civic knowledge and civic motivation in an Annual estimated $ equivalent for service = electronic portfolio that is evaluated by $2,334,563.91* a small committee of faculty and staff *Calculated at $17.79/hour (Utah in 2010). members. Annual estimated value of volunteer time as figured by Independent Sector: http:// Excellence in Service recognizes graduates www.independentsector.org/volunteer_time who promote service to the community while maintaining academic excellence. Weber State University has been listed each year on The President’s Higher The CBL Supplemental Instructors program Education Community Service Honor provides supplemental instructors for Roll for upholding the center’s central community-based learning faculty. Each mission: to engage students, faculty CBL SI attends the CBL class and holds and staff members in a process which additional sessions for students outside combines community service and of class. academic learning in order to promote civic participation, build community Contact Information capacity, and enhance the educational Telephone: 801.626.7737 process. Community stewardship is Location: Shepherd Union, Suite 327 woven into the fabric and culture of our Website: www.weber.edu/CommunityInvolvement

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Hours of Operation for Hotels in the Street. There will be no shuttle service to Weber State after 6:00 p.m. Ogden and Layton Area Wednesday, March 28 Friday, March 30 3:30 – 7:00 p.m. 6:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Last shuttle leaves Weber State at 7:00 Last shuttle leaves the hotels at 9:30 a.m. p.m. 3:30 p.m. – 11:30 p.m. Last shuttle leaves Weber State at 11:30 Thursday, March 29 p.m. 6:30 a.m. – 10:30 p.m. After 6:00 p.m. all buses will run from Saturday, March 31 hotels to downtown Ogden for dining and 6:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. entertainment opportunities. Pickup will be Last shuttle leaves Weber State at 2:00 in front of La Ferrovia Restaurant between p.m. Lincoln Avenue and Grant Avenue on 25th Street. There will be no shuttle service to Weber State after 6:00 p.m. Ogden Area Hotels Blue Route Friday, March 30 Wednesday: Every hour starting at 3:30 6:30 a.m. – 11:30 p.m. p.m. from the Comfort Inn (Farr West) Last shuttle leaves Weber State at 11:30 Thursday – Saturday: Every 30 minutes p.m. starting at 6:30 a.m. from the Comfort Inn (Farr West) Saturday, March 31 Comfort Inn (Farr West) 6:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Best Western High Country Inn (12th St) Last shuttle leaves Weber State at 2:00 Motel 6 (21st St) p.m. Comfort Inn and Suites (21st St) Holiday Inn Express (21st St)

Hours of Operation for Hotels in the Purple Route Bountiful/North Salt Lake Area Wednesday: Every 30 minutes starting at Wednesday, March 28 3:30 p.m. from the Ogden Marriott 3:30 – 7:00 p.m. Thursday – Saturday: Every 15 minutes Last shuttle leaves Weber State at 7:00 starting at 6:30 a.m. from the Ogden p.m. Marriott Ogden Marriott Thursday, March 29 Hampton Inn Ben Lomond Hotel 6:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. (You can use this route to get to Last shuttle leaves the hotels at 9:30 a.m. downtown Ogden for shopping, dining, 3:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. and play. Use the Ogden Marriott stop.) After 6:00 p.m. all buses will run from hotels to downtown Ogden for dining and entertainment opportunities. Pickup will be in front of La Ferrovia Restaurant between Lincoln Avenue and Grant Avenue on 25th

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Red Route Bountiful/North Salt Lake Area Wednesday: Every hour starting at 3:30 p.m. from the Ogden Days Inn Hotels Thursday – Saturday: Every 30 minutes Yellow Route starting at 6:30 a.m. from the Ogden Days Wednesday: Every hour starting at 3:30 Inn p.m. from the Hampton Inn Ogden Days Inn Thursday – Saturday: Every 30 minutes Clearfield Inn starting at 6:30 a.m. from the Hampton Best Western Canyon Pines Inn Hampton Inn Best Western Layton Area Hotels Country Inn and Suites Orange Route Wednesday: Every hour starting at 3:30 p.m. from the Comfort Inn Drop Off and Pick Up on Weber Thursday – Saturday: Every 20 minutes State Campus starting at 6:30 a.m. from the Comfort Inn All shuttles can be accessed in front of Comfort Inn the Browning Center. (See map on back Hilton Garden cover). Fairfield Inn La Quinta Inn (You can use this route to access the Getting around Ogden/Layton/Salt Layton Hills Mall. Use the Hilton Garden Lake City stop.) Yellow cab of Ogden is available 24/7. Call (801) 394-9411 to get a Taxi. Green Route Wednesday: Every hour starting at 3:30 Public Transportation p.m. from the Hampton Inn UTA (Utah Authority) Thursday – Saturday: Every 20 minutes Bus schedules are located at the starting at 6:30 a.m. from the Hampton information table. There is also the Inn Frontrunner, a train that runs from Hampton Inn Ogden to . Some hotels Holiday Inn Express have transportation to and from the Townplace Frontrunner. Otherwise you can take the Courtyard bus to the train. (You can use this stop to access shopping and dining. Use the Holiday Inn Express Please visit http://www.rideutah.com for stop.) schedules of buses and Frontrunner.

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31 Host Excursions

Some excursions have been filled. Antelope Island Please check the Information Table 12:30 p.m to 9:30 p.m. Touch the Great Salt Lake and salty beaches. See why the for details. Great Salt Lake gets its name. Put your hands and feet in the Great Salt Lake, and see the salt crystals form on your skin. Walk along the sandy beaches to view wildlife and see the beautiful views. Wildlife watching: Antelope, buffalo (more than 500), deer, bobcat, coyotes, pronghorn and bighorn sheep, reptiles, and a large variety of waterfowl and birds. Historic Ranch House and Exhibits: Fielding Garr Ranch, the oldest continually inhabited Anglo establishment in Utah. Explore, Hike, and Dinner - $30 Explore Antelope Island and the Visitor Center on foot. Learn about the history of the Great Salt Lake, Antelope Island, and the geology of the Great Basin.

Bicycle Across the Causeway and Dinner - $70 Bike ride 7 easy miles across the causeway, then ride to the visitor center and to the beach.

Mountain Bike on Antelope Island and Dinner - $70 Mountain Bike on a variety of terrain on Antelope Island.

Horseback Riding Tour and Dinner - $85 1-Hour horseback riding from the Fielding-Garr Ranch.

Snowbasin 11:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Snowbasin is a world class resort located just a half hour away from Weber State University. Snowbasin features an 18 ft. halfpipe and three progressive terrain parks. As host of the 2002 Winter Olympic Downhill events, Snowbasin features two gondolas and a tram, and challenging terrain for all levels of skiers and snowboarders. Half-Day Pass: Snowshoe or Cross-country Skiing - $30 (with the option to upgrade to snowblades for an additional charge at Snowbasin)

Half-Day Pass: Ski Lift + Rental Package - $90 (novice skis w/ option to upgrade to sport or demo skis for an additional charge at Snowbasin). Salt Lake City Tour 12:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Join a guided tour of downtown Salt Lake City. The guide will show you the rich history of Salt Lake City, Utah and the Mormon Pioneers including the Salt Lake Mormon Temple. Then, spend a few hours shopping and get some dinner at one of the many restaurants available within walking distance. Salt Lake has a compact downtown area with wide, easy-to-maneuver streets. Within a few blocks of Temple Square— the city’s best known attraction— there are several major Mormon historical sites and pioneer era buildings, as well as urban parks, shopping malls, cultural venues and even a planetarium. Guided Tour: $15 http://www.visitsaltlake.com/visit/restaurants/dining/ **Excursions will depend upon weather http://www.utah.com/cities/slc_walking.htm

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Play!Eat & Play! There will be free transportation to and from hotels on Thursday night, March 29, to shopping and dining along historic 25th Street.

It’s a Purple Crush House Party! Friday night, March 30 All the grape Crush you can handle plus pizza, soft drinks, foam party, neon dance, games and much, much more! Limited to 1,000 NCUR attendees and 1,000 Weber students, so get your wristband at the information table early!

Need a break? Explore some of Utah’s other opportunities. Free gym access at the Stromberg Gym on WSU campus Hiking trails available from campus and nearby Rent snowshoes, sky/snowboard equipment and more from the WSU Outdoor Program Rent bicycles from locations near campus

33 Session Information

Oral Presentations Poster Presentations ‡2UDOSUHVHQWDWLRQVDUHPLQXWHV ‡3RVWHUSUHVHQWDWLRQVDUHGLVSOD\VRQ in length with an additional 5 minutes poster boards and must be prepared in for questions. This schedule is strictly advance. They may not include exhibits enforced. of models, devices, or computer ‡2UDOSUHVHQWDWLRQVDUHKHOGLQ programs. technology classrooms, which contain a ‡(DFKSUHVHQWHULVSURYLGHGZLWKRQH Windows laptop computer with side of a freestanding display board. Windows 7, Microsoft Office 2010, Posters should be 36” H x 44” W to fit Adobe Acrobat Reader, QuickTime, and on the display board. Posters must be Windows Media Player; a multimedia readable from at least three feet away. LCD projector and a large screen; and a The presentation title must be at least 2 DVD player that projects onto the inches high. Beneath the title, the screen. name(s) of the student author(s), faculty ‡3UHVHQWHUVPXVWXVHWKH:LQGRZV sponsor, and school or institution must computer provided. be at least 1 inch high. ‡3UHVHQWHUVPXVWEULQJDQ\GLJLWDO ‡3UHVHQWHUVPXVWSURYLGH9HOFURWR presentation materials on a USB flash attach materials to the display board, drive and/or CD/DVD. No other along with any other supplies. Pushpins documents should be on the flash drive cannot be used. and/or CD/DVD. We strongly ‡3UHVHQWHUVPXVWEHDYDLODEOHWRGLVFXVV recommend that presenters bring a their displays during their assigned backup of their digital presentation session. materials on a second USB flash drive ‡'RQRWPDLO\RXUSRVWHULQDGYDQFH

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Dance Performances ‡'DQFHSHUIRUPDQFHVPD\EHXSWR minutes in length with an additional 5 minutes allotted for questions. ‡3OD\EDFNUHVRXUFHVDYDLODEOHGXULQJ presentations are audio CD and DVD. ‡6WXGHQWVPXVWSURYLGHD&''9'FXHGWR the performance.

Drama/Theater Performances ‡6WXGHQWVPD\SUHVHQWPRQRORJXHVRU scenes (up to five actors). ‡3HUIRUPDQFHVPD\EHXSWRPLQXWHVLQ length with an additional 5 minutes allotted for questions. ‡3OD\EDFNUHVRXUFHVDYDLODEOHGXULQJ performance are audio CD and DVD.

Visual Arts/Gallery Presentations ‡9LVXDODUWVJDOOHU\WDONVZLOOWDNHSODFHLQ the Shaw Gallery. ‡7KHUHZLOOEHQR$9HTXLSPHQWIRUWKHVH talks. ‡3UHVHQWHUVZLOOKDYHXSWRWKUHHOLQHDUIHHW of wall space or three square feet of floor space and may display up to two pieces. ‡6WXGHQWVDUHUHVSRQVLEOHIRUWKHSDFNLQJ and shipping of their work to NCUR 2012 and any associated costs. Artwork must be shipped to arrive by March 5, 2012. ‡7KHUHZLOOEHDQDUWLVWV·UHFHSWLRQIURP FIELDWORK to 7:00 p.m. on Friday, March 30. METHODS AND ETHICS The gallery reserves the right to refuse any work that is not properly framed and ready ORIGINAL RESEARCH to hang or that is unsuitable or otherwise dangerous. All work must be clean and free of INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCY dirt and pests. SIT offers field-based study abroad for undergraduates and internationally Artwork Return Instructions focused graduate degrees. All works will remain on display until Saturday, March 31 at 5:00 p.m. Artwork can Learn more at www.sit.edu be picked up at the gallery starting Monday, April 2 at 9 a.m. through Friday, April 6 at 4 p.m. Return shipments will be sent out SIT is pleased to be a sponsor between April 2 and April 16, 2012. of the NCUR Conference. Visit us in the Exhibit Hall.

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NCUR Graduate and Student Research is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary and open access journal Professional School Fair devoted to the rapid dissemination of Friday, March 30, 12:00-5:00 p.m. current research. Come visit us to know Shepherd Union Building Ballrooms & more at our special sessions. Mezzanines Is graduate school in your future? Come Volunteering After Graduation: International and learn more at this year’s NCUR and Domestic Opportunities Graduate and Professional School Fair. Wattis Building 122, Thursday, March 29 This program offers an opportunity for and Friday, March 30, 12:00-1:00 p.m. you to learn about graduate programs With John Mull nationwide. We anticipate over 70 schools Programs that provide opportunities represented from a variety of disciplines, to volunteer your time and skills and they welcome your questions and after graduation abound. Some, like exploration. Americorps and the Peace Corps, require 1 or 2-year commitments, but Student Special Sessions many others can accommodate shorter Completing a Successful Medical School commitments. Volunteering affords the chance to contribute to an important Application cause, live in a new place, and develop Elizabeth Hall 229, Thursday, March 29, skills and experiences valued by 12:00-1:00 p.m. employers and graduate schools. This With Barbara Crippes Trask, Ph.D., session will provide an overview of Weber State Premedical Advisor volunteer opportunities in the U.S. and Admission to medical school is becoming abroad that are available to recent college increasingly competitive. Participating graduates. in the right activities and completing the electronic application thoughtfully may be just the edge you need to secure your Preparing for Graduate School in Psychology: seat in a medical training program. If Socializing Yourself into the Discipline you are interested in pursuing a career Wattis Building 119, Thursday, March 29 as a physician, join Dr. Trask and three and Friday, March 30, 12:00-1:00 p.m. admissions officers from varied medical With Eric Amsel, Chair of Psychology at training programs as they evaluate Weber State University sample applications for strengths and The presentation will discuss guiding weaknesses. principles as students prepare for and apply to graduate school in the Journal of Student Research: Quality discipline. The importance of moving from being a “student” to an “apprentice” Research Deserves Quality Publication is emphasized. The goal of preparation Wattis Building 121, Thursday, March 29 should be to become socialized into and Friday, March 30, 12:00-1:00 p.m. the discipline, which will be expressed With Mir Alikhan, from the Journal of in your letter of application and Student Research recommendations. Are you interested in publishing your research? How would you like global access to your publication? Journal of 37 Special Sessions

Poetry Jam Shepherd Union Fireplace Lounge, Friday, March 30, 12:00-1:00 p.m. With Jan Hamer, director of Metaphor, WSU’s student literary journal Bring your poems to read to a friendly crowd interested in sharing unique ideas, great poetry, and fun times. All are welcome.

Roundtable Discussion on Diversity Issues in Undergraduate Research Elizabeth Hall 403, Friday, March 30, 12:00-1:00 p.m. With Christie Fox, Honors Program director at Utah State University All are welcome.

Undergraduate Research Summit Shepherd Union Wildcat Theater, Friday, March 30, 7:15-8:15 a.m. With Ron Dotterer and Bill Campbell Join faculty, staff, and NCUR attendees interested in advancing undergraduate research, scholarship, and creative activity. This year’s session, led by Ron Dotterer and Bill Campbell, will focus on the new undergraduate research organization that will likely result from the ongoing CUR/NCUR collaboration discussions.

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Degree programs Graduate certificate programs

M.S. in child development Bilingual/English as a Second Language (online) Dual degree: M.S. in child development/ M.S.W. in clinical social work Infant mental health with Loyola University Infant specialist M.S. in early childhood education (online) M.S. in early childhood education leading to initial Type 04 certification Ph.D. in child development with Loyola University Chicago www.erikson.edu

graduate school in child development Grad Fair & Poster Sessions Student Union Ballrooms

Attendee Institutions 1. Carnegie Mellon University Heinz College 24. Brigham Young University 2. The Scripps Research Institute 25. Utah State University 3. Drexel University College of Medicine 26. Emporia State University 4. Utah State University 27. Journal of Young Investigators 5. Weber State University 28. Journal of Student Research 6. Erikson Institute: Graduate School in 29. University of South Dakota Child Development 30. University of North Dakota 7. Washington University in St. Louis 31. North Carolina State University 8. Boise State University 32. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory 9. University of Idaho 33. Eastern Washington University 10. University of Utah 34. Willamette University MBA 11. North Dakota State University 35. Utah State University 12. A.T. Still University 36. University of Minnesota 13. University of Utah 38. Weber State University 14. Boise State University 39. Weber State University 15. Idaho State University 40. Weber State University 16. Southern Utah University 41. Weber State University 17. Des Moines University 42. Weber State University 18. Institute of International Education 43. Penn State University 19. University of Utah 44. The Ohio State University 20. ESRI 45. University of Northern Colorado 21. Florida International University 46. The University of Montana 22. Keck Graduate Institute 47. Michigan Technological University 23. University of Utah 48. University of Florida

40 Grad Fair & Poster Sessions Student Union Mezzanine

Attendee Institutions 49. Salisbury University 72. Liberty University 50. Purdue University 73. Adelphi University 51. Purdue University 74. The University of Arizona 52. Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine 75. Van Andel Institute Graduate School and Science 76. Syracuse University 53. Hofstra University 77. National College of Natural Medicine 54. Western Governors University (NCNM) 55. Kaplan Test Prep Exams 78. Utah State University 56. Utah Valley University 79. University of Rochester 57. Eastern Washington University 80. University of Utah 58. Utah State University 81. Dominican University of California 59. Rensselaer Polytechnic institute 82. CUNY Graduate School of Journalism 60. Eastern Illinois University 83. US Army Medical Recruiting 61. SIT Graduate Institute 84. Utah State University 62. Cornell University 85. University of Pittsburgh 63. Ross University 86. Samuel Merritt University 64. Drexel University 87. Ross University Medical School 65. Fordham University 88. Occidental College 66. Kent State University 89. University of Medicine and Health 67. Montana State University-Bozeman Sciences 68. Montana State University-Bozeman 69. University of Utah 70. University of Utah 71. University of Wyoming


FAN Sessions Faculty and Administrator Network Session 1: Thursday 12:00-1:00 p.m. 1.01 Marriot Allied Health 304 Session theme: Cost 12:00-12:30 p.m. No Budget –No Problem LaRoy Brandt, Truman State University; Jack Hayes, State Fair Community College, Sedalia, MO

Edward Bilsky, University of New 12:30-1:00 p.m. Expanding UGR Opportunities Using a Cost Effective Center Model

1.02 Marriot Allied Health 341 Session theme: Global Hans-Peter de Ruiter, Minnesota State University 12:00-12:30 p.m. Creating a Global Undergraduate Research Module Shashi Kanbur, Cleane Medeiros, Lorrie Clemo, 12:30-1:00 p.m. The SUNY Oswego Global State University of New York- Oswego Laboratory: Assessment and First Results

1.03 Marriot Allied Health 327 Session theme: Teacher Ed Jerilyn Kelle, Idaho State University College of 12:00-12:30 p.m. The Transformative Praxis Education of Practical Action Research: Undergraduate Teacher Education Students and Professors Closing the Loop between Theory and Practice Kymberly Drawdy, Georgia Southern University 12:30-1:00 p.m. Supporting Undergraduate Research in Special Education Placements for Preservice Teachers

1.04 Marriot Allied Health 117 Session theme: Social Science & Business David Palmer, University of Nebraska-Kearney 12:00-12:30 p.m. Management & Undergraduate Research: If It Should Be Such a Natural Fit, Then Why Is It Such a Struggle? Richard Miller, University of Nebraska-Kearney 12:30-1:00 p.m. Incorporating Undergraduate Research Experiences Into an Introductory Social/ Behavioral Science Course

43 FAN Sessions Faculty and Administrator Network Session 2: Friday 12:00-1:00 p.m. 2.01 Marriot Allied Health 304 Session theme: Cost 12:00-12:30 p.m. Splicing Together Funding Geoffrey Goellner, Marilyn Hart, Minnesota State Sources to Maintain an Active University-Mankato Undergraduate Research Program During Times of Financial Constraint

12:30-1:00 p.m. Keeping Your Eyes on the Dahra Jackson Williams, LaSalle University; Flona Prize in Times of Financial Redway, Barry University Constraints

2.02 Marriot Allied Health 332 Session theme: Curriculum 12:00-1:00 p.m. Incorporating Undergraduate Amelia Ahern–Rindell, University of Portland Research into the Curriculum: More Bang for Your Buck

2.03 Marriot Allied Health 117 Session theme: International 12:00-12:30 p.m. Junior Research Institutes: Sadie Hunt, University of Bedfordshire Encouraging Non-Assessed Practice-Led Research as a Model for Developing Research-Active, Undergraduate Dance Artists within Academia

12:30-1:00 p.m. International Perspectives on Undergraduate Research: Mandy Dillion, University of Central Lancashire The British Model

2.04 Marriot Allied Health 341 Session theme: NSF 12:00-1:00 p.m. Supporting STEM Advances Joseph Grabowski, University of Pittsburgh with the Division of Undergrad Education at the NSF

2.05 Marriot Allied Health 327 Session theme: UR at large campuses 12:00-12:30 p.m. Can Significant Josh Beckham, University of Texas at Austin Undergraduate Research be Carried Out at Scale? A New Paradigm in Experiential Learning for Undergraduates

12:30-1:00 p.m. Getting Your NERD On! Diana Lizarraga, University of California - Berkeley Creative Approaches to Engaging Diversity STEM Students in UG Research


The Council on Undergraduate Research will host “>ĞǀĞƌĂŐŝŶŐhŶĐĞƌƚĂŝŶƚLJ͗dŽǁĂƌĚĂEĞǁ'ĞŶĞƌĂƟŽŶŽĨhŶĚĞƌŐƌĂĚƵĂƚĞ ZĞƐĞĂƌĐŚ” at The College of New Jersey on June 23-26, 2012.



www.cur.org Oral Sessions Overview

Thursday, March 29, 2012 Session 1: 8:30—9:50 a.m.

African American Studies Interdisciplinary Studies Anthropology & Elizabeth Hall 107 International Studies Elizabeth Hall 106 Archeaology Kinesiology & Exercise Architecture & Interior Science Design Law & Legal Studies Art & Media Studies Elizabeth Hall 306 Linguistics & World Elizabeth Hall 316 Art History Elizabeth Hall 305 Languages Astronomy Literature Elizabeth Hall 219 Biochemistry Wattis 104 Elizabeth Hall 220 Biological/Chemical McKay Education 207 Management Engineering McKay Education 239 Marketing Wattis 119 Biology McKay Education 207 Mathematics Wattis 106 McKay Education 239 Microbiology & Immunology Business/Finance/ Wattis 116 Music Elizabeth Hall 304 Accounting Neuroscience McKay Education 325 Cell & Molecular Biology McKay Education 219 Philosophy & Ethics Elizabeth Hall 117 Chemistry Physical/Occupational Communications Therapy/Speech Language Computer Science Pathology Criminology Physics Wattis 110 Dance Elizabeth Hall 307 Physiology Diversity Studies Poetry & Creative Writing Ecology & Organismal Political Science Elizabeth Hall 104 Biology Elizabeth Hall 105 Economics Elizabeth Hall 106 Education Psychology McKay Education 317 Electrical Engineering McKay Education 319 Engineering Wattis 113 Recreation & Leisure Studies English Elizabeth Hall 215 Religious Studies Elizabeth Hall 217 Social Work Elizabeth Hall 218 Sociology Elizabeth Hall 115 Environmental Studies & Elizabeth Hall 116 Sciences Sport Management Film & Photography Studies Sustainability Geography & Earth Sciences Theater Gerontology Women & Gender Studies Elizabeth Hall 118 Health Sciences & Public McKay Education 330 Health History Elizabeth Hall 203 Elizabeth Hall 204 Elizabeth Hall 205

46 Oral Sessions Overview

Thursday, March 29, 2012 Session 2: 11:40 a.m.—1:00 p.m.

African American Studies Interdisciplinary Studies Wattis 115 Anthropology & Elizabeth Hall 107 International Studies Elizabeth Hall 106 Archeaology Kinesiology & Exercise McKay Education 006 Architecture & Interior Science Design Law & Legal Studies Art & Media Studies Elizabeth Hall 306 Linguistics & World Elizabeth Hall 316 Art History Elizabeth Hall 305 Languages Astronomy Literature Elizabeth Hall 219 Biochemistry Wattis 104 Elizabeth Hall 220 Biological/Chemical McKay Education 233 Management Wattis 116 Engineering Marketing Biology McKay Education 207 Mathematics Wattis 106 McKay Education 239 Microbiology & Immunology Business/Finance/ Music Elizabeth Hall 304 Accounting Neuroscience McKay Education 325 Cell & Molecular Biology McKay Education 219 Philosophy & Ethics Elizabeth Hall 117 Chemistry Wattis 103 Physical/Occupational Communications Elizabeth Hall 315 Therapy/Speech Language Computer Science Pathology Criminology Physics Wattis 110 Dance Elizabeth Hall 307 Wattis 112 Diversity Studies Physiology Ecology & Organismal McKay Education 227 Poetry & Creative Writing Biology Political Science Elizabeth Hall 104 Economics Wattis 117 Elizabeth Hall 105 Education McKay Education 104 Psychology McKay Education 317 McKay Education 116 McKay Education 319 Electrical Engineering Recreation & Leisure Studies Engineering Wattis 113 Religious Studies English Elizabeth Hall 215 Social Work Elizabeth Hall 116 Elizabeth Hall 217 Sociology Elizabeth Hall 115 Elizabeth Hall 218 Sport Management Environmental Studies & Wattis 114 Sustainability Sciences Theater Film & Photography Studies Women & Gender Studies Elizabeth Hall 118 Geography & Earth Sciences Wattis 105 Gerontology Health Sciences & Public McKay Education 330 Health History Elizabeth Hall 203 Elizabeth Hall 204 Elizabeth Hall 205

47 Oral Sessions Overview

Thursday, March 29, 2012 Session 3: 1:10—2:30 p.m.

African American Studies Elizabeth Hall 118 Interdisciplinary Studies Wattis 115 Anthropology & Elizabeth Hall 107 International Studies Elizabeth Hall 106 Archeaology Kinesiology & Exercise McKay Education 006 Architecture & Interior Science Design Law & Legal Studies Elizabeth Hall 105 Art & Media Studies Elizabeth Hall 306 Linguistics & World Elizabeth Hall 306 Art History Elizabeth Hall 305 Languages Astronomy Literature Elizabeth Hall 219 Biochemistry Wattis 104 Elizabeth Hall 220 Biological/Chemical McKay Education 233 Management Wattis 116 Engineering Marketing Wattis 119 Biology McKay Education 207 Mathematics Wattis 106 McKay Education 239 Microbiology & Immunology Business/Finance/ Music Elizabeth Hall 304 Accounting Neuroscience McKay Education 325 Cell & Molecular Biology McKay Education 219 Philosophy & Ethics Elizabeth Hall 117 Chemistry Wattis 103 Physical/Occupational Communications Elizabeth Hall 315 Therapy/Speech Language Computer Science Pathology Criminology Physics Wattis 110 Dance Elizabeth Hall 307 Wattis 112 Diversity Studies Elizabeth Hall 118 Physiology Ecology & Organismal McKay Education 227 Poetry & Creative Writing Biology Political Science Elizabeth 104 Economics Wattis 117 Psychology McKay Education 317 Education McKay Education 104 McKay Education 319 McKay Education 116 Recreation & Leisure Studies Electrical Engineering Religious Studies Engineering Wattis 113 Social Work Elizabeth Hall 116 English Elizabeth Hall 215 Sociology Elizabeth Hall 115 Elizabeth Hall 217 Sport Management Elizabeth Hall 218 Sustainability Environmental Studies & Wattis 114 Theater Sciences Women & Gender Studies Film & Photography Studies Geography & Earth Sciences Wattis 105 Gerontology Elizabeth Hall 116 Health Sciences & Public McKay Education 330 Health History Elizabeth Hall 203 Elizabeth Hall 204 Elizabeth Hall 205

48 Oral Sessions Overview

Thursday, March 29, 2012 Session 4: 2:40—4:00 p.m.

African American Studies Elizabeth Hall 118 Interdisciplinary Studies Wattis 115 Anthropology & Elizabeth Hall 107 International Studies Elizabeth Hall 106 Archeaology Kinesiology & Exercise McKay Education 006 Architecture & Interior Science Design Law & Legal Studies Elizabeth Hall 105 Art & Media Studies Linguistics & World Elizabeth Hall 316 Art History Elizabeth Hall 305 Languages Astronomy Literature Elizabeth Hall 219 Biochemistry Elizabeth Hall 220 Biological/Chemical McKay Education 233 Management Wattis 116 Engineering Marketing Wattis 119 Biology McKay Education 207 Mathematics Wattis106 McKay Education 239 Microbiology & Immunology Business/Finance/ Music Elizabeth Hall 304 Accounting Neuroscience McKay Education 325 Cell & Molecular Biology McKay Education 219 Philosophy & Ethics Elizabeth Hall 117 Chemistry Wattis 103 Physical/Occupational Communications Elizabeth Hall 315 Therapy/Speech Language Computer Science Wattis 104 Pathology Criminology Physics Wattis 110 Dance Wattis 112 Diversity Studies Physiology Ecology & Organismal McKay Education 227 Poetry & Creative Writing Biology Political Science Elizabeth Hall 104 Economics Wattis 117 Psychology McKay Education 317 Education McKay Education 104 McKay Education 319 McKay Education 116 Recreation & Leisure Studies Electrical Engineering Religious Studies Engineering Wattis 113 Social Work English Elizabeth Hall 215 Sociology Elizabeth Hall 115 Elizabeth Hall 217 Sport Management Elizabeth Hall 218 Sustainability Environmental Studies & Wattis 114 Theater Sciences Women & Gender Studies Film & Photography Studies Geography & Earth Sciences Wattis 105 Gerontology Health Sciences & Public McKay Education 330 Health History Elizabeth Hall 203 Elizabeth Hall 204

49 Oral Sessions Overview

Friday, March 29, 2012 Session 5: 8:30—9:50 a.m.

African American Studies Interdisciplinary Studies Anthropology & Elizabeth Hall 107 International Studies Elizabeth Hall 106 Archeaology Kinesiology & Exercise Architecture & Interior Elizabeth Hall 306 Science Design Law & Legal Studies Art & Media Studies Linguistics & World Art History Elizabeth Hall 305 Languages Astronomy Literature Elizabeth Hall 219 Biochemistry Management Wattis 116 Biological/Chemical Marketing Engineering Mathematics Wattis 106 Biology McKay Education 207 Microbiology & Immunology McKay Education 239 Music Elizabeth Hall 304 Business/Finance/ Neuroscience Accounting Philosophy & Ethics Elizabeth Hall 117 Cell & Molecular Biology McKay Education 219 Physical/Occupational Chemistry Wattis 103 Therapy/Speech Language Communications Elizabeth Hall 315 Pathology Computer Science Wattis 104 Physics Wattis 110 Criminology Physiology Dance Poetry & Creative Writing Elizabeth Hall 220 Diversity Studies Political Science Elizabeth Hall 104 Ecology & Organismal Elizabeth Hall 105 Biology Psychology McKay Education 317 Economics Wattis 117 McKay Education 319 Wattis 119 Recreation & Leisure Studies Education Religious Studies Elizabeth Hall 205 Electrical Engineering Social Work Engineering Wattis 113 Sociology Elizabeth Hall 115 English Elizabeth Hall 215 Sport Management Elizabeth Hall 217 Sustainability Environmental Studies & Wattis 114 Theater Elizabeth Hall 307 Sciences Women & Gender Studies Film & Photography Studies Geography & Earth Sciences Gerontology Health Sciences & Public McKay Education 330 Health History Elizabeth Hall 203 Elizabeth Hall 204

50 Oral Sessions Overview

Friday, March 29, 2012 Session 6: 11:40 a.m.—1:00 p.m.

African American Studies Elizabeth Hall 118 Interdisciplinary Studies Wattis 115 Anthropology & International Studies Elizabeth Hall 105 Archeaology Elizabeth Hall 106 Architecture & Interior Elizabeth Hall 306 Kinesiology & Exercise Design Science Art & Media Studies Law & Legal Studies Art History Elizabeth Hall 305 Linguistics & World Astronomy Wattis 112 Languages Biochemistry Literature Elizabeth Hall 219 Biological/Chemical Management Engineering Marketing Biology McKay Education 207 Mathematics Wattis 106 McKay Education 239 Microbiology & Immunology McKay Education 233 Business/Finance/ Wattis 116 Music Elizabeth Hall 304 Accounting Neuroscience Cell & Molecular Biology McKay Education 219 Nutrition McKay Education 006 Chemistry Wattis 103 Philosophy & Ethics Elizabeth Hall 117 Communications Elizabeth Hall 315 Physical/Occupational Computer Science Wattis 104 Therapy/Speech Language Criminology Pathology Dance Physics Wattis 110 Diversity Studies Physiology Ecology & Organismal McKay Education 227 Poetry & Creative Writing Biology Political Science Elizabeth Hall 104 Economics Wattis 117 Psychology McKay Education 317 Education McKay Education 104 McKay Education 319 McKay Education 116 Recreation & Leisure Studies Electrical Engineering Religious Studies Elizabeth Hall 205 Engineering Wattis 113 Social Work Elizabeth Hall 116 English Elizabeth Hall 215 Sociology Elizabeth Hall 115 Elizabeth Hall 217 Sport Management Elizabeth Hall 218 Sustainability Environmental Studies & Wattis 114 Theater Sciences Women & Gender Studies Film & Photography Studies Geography & Earth Sciences Wattis 105 Gerontology Health Sciences & Public McKay Education 330 Health History Elizabeth Hall 203 Elizabeth Hall 204

51 Oral Sessions Overview

Friday, March 29, 2012 Session 7: 1:10—2:30 p.m.

African American Studies Interdisciplinary Studies Wattis 115 Anthropology & International Studies Elizabeth Hall 105 Archeaology Elizabeth Hall 106 Architecture & Interior Kinesiology & Exercise Design Science Art & Media Studies Law & Legal Studies Art History Elizabeth Hall 305 Linguistics & World Astronomy Languages Biochemistry Literature Elizabeth Hall 219 Biological/Chemical Wattis 105 Management Engineering Marketing Biology McKay Education 207 Mathematics Wattis 106 Business/Finance/ Wattis 116 Microbiology & Immunology McKay Education 233 Accounting Music Elizabeth Hall 304 Cell & Molecular Biology McKay Education 219 Neuroscience Chemistry Wattis 103 Philosophy & Ethics Elizabeth Hall 117 Communications Elizabeth Hall 315 Physical/Occupational McKay Education 325 Computer Science Wattis 104 Therapy/Speech Language Criminology Elizabeth Hall 116 Pathology Dance Physics Wattis 110 Diversity Studies Physiology Ecology & Organismal McKay Education 227 Poetry & Creative Writing Biology Political Science Elizabeth Hall 104 Economics Wattis 117 Psychology McKay Education 317 Wattis 119 McKay Education 319 Education McKay Education 104 Recreation & Leisure Studies Electrical Engineering Religious Studies Elizabeth Hall 205 Engineering Wattis 113 Social Work English Elizabeth Hall 215 Sociology Elizabeth Hall 115 Elizabeth Hall 217 Sport Management Elizabeth Hall 218 Sustainability Environmental Studies & Wattis 114 Theater Sciences Women & Gender Studies Film & Photography Studies Geography & Earth Sciences Gerontology Health Sciences & Public McKay Education 330 Health History Elizabeth Hall 203 Elizabeth Hall 204

52 Oral Sessions Overview

Friday, March 29, 2012 Session 8: 2:40—4:00 p.m.

African American Studies Interdisciplinary Studies Wattis 115 Anthropology & International Studies Elizabeth Hall 105 Archeaology Elizabeth Hall 106 Architecture & Interior Kinesiology & Exercise Design Science Art & Media Studies Law & Legal Studies Art History Elizabeth Hall 305 Linguistics & World Astronomy Languages Biochemistry Literature Elizabeth Hall 219 Biological/Chemical Management Engineering Marketing Biology McKay Education 207 Mathematics Wattis 106 Business/Finance/ Wattis 116 Microbiology & Immunology McKay Education 233 Accounting Mixed Performing Arts Elizabeth Hall 304 Cell & Molecular Biology McKay Education 219 Music Elizabeth Hall 304 Chemistry Wattis 103 Neuroscience Communications Elizabeth Hall 315 Philosophy & Ethics Elizabeth Hall 117 Computer Science Wattis 104 Physical/Occupational Criminology Elizabeth Hall 116 Therapy/Speech Language Dance Pathology Diversity Studies Physics Wattis 110 Ecology & Organismal McKay Education 227 Physiology Biology Poetry & Creative Writing Economics Wattis 117 Political Science Elizabeth Hall 104 Wattis 119 Psychology McKay Education 317 Education McKay Education 104 McKay Education 319 Electrical Engineering Wattis 113 Recreation & Leisure Studies Engineering Religious Studies Elizabeth Hall 205 English Elizabeth Hall 215 Social Work Elizabeth Hall 217 Sociology Elizabeth Hall 115 Environmental Studies & Sport Management McKay Education 006 Sciences Sustainability Wattis 114 Film & Photography Studies Elizabeth Hall 306 Theater Geography & Earth Sciences Women & Gender Studies Gerontology Health Sciences & Public McKay Education 330 Health History Elizabeth Hall 203 Elizabeth Hall 204

53 Oral Sessions Overview

Saturday, March 29, 2012 Session 10: 8:30—9:50 p.m.

African American Studies Interdisciplinary Studies Anthropology & International Studies Archeaology Kinesiology & Exercise Architecture & Interior Science Design Law & Legal Studies Art & Media Studies Linguistics & World Art History Languages Astronomy Literature Elizabeth Hall 219 Biochemistry Management Biological/Chemical Marketing Engineering Mathematics Biology Microbiology & Immunology McKay Education 233 Business/Finance/ Mixed Performing Arts Accounting Music Cell & Molecular Biology Neuroscience Chemistry Wattis 103 Nursing McKay Education 330 Communications Philosophy & Ethics Computer Science Wattis 104 Physical/Occupational Criminology Therapy/Speech Language Dance Pathology Diversity Studies Physics Ecology & Organismal Physiology McKay Allied Heatlh 219 Biology Poetry & Creative Writing Economics Wattis 117 Political Science Elizabeth Hall 104 Education Elizabeth Hall 105 Electrical Engineering Wattis 113 Psychology McKay Education 317 Engineering McKay Education 319 English Elizabeth Hall 215 Recreation & Leisure Studies Elizabeth Hall 217 Religious Studies Elizabeth Hall 205 Environmental Studies & Social Work Sciences Sociology Elizabeth Hall 115 Film & Photography Studies Sport Management Geography & Earth Sciences Sustainability Wattis 114 Gerontology Theater Health Sciences & Public Health Women & Gender Studies History Elizabeth Hall 203 Elizabeth Hall 204

54 Oral Session 1: Thursday 8:30-9:50

Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Anthropology & Archeology Transition Metal Ion Characterization of Methanobactin OB3b Elizabeth Hall 107 Nicholas Warren, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Cultural Modification Attributes of Jasper Taconite and Knife Lake Siltstone Debitage Biology Megan Stroh, University of Minnesota-Duluth McKay Education 207 Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. A Novel Repair Pathway for the Removal of Inosine from the DNA of A Methodological Problem in the Study of the Evolution of Language: Escherichia coli The Question of the Loss of Laryngeal Air Sacs and Humanoid Vocal Umang Sharma, SUNY Albany Anatomy Heather Molvik, Eastern Washington University Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. A Third Azhdarchid Pterosaur from the Two Medicine Formation Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. (Campanian) of Montana Ancient Maya Ritual Performance as Reflected in the Monumental Nathan Carroll, Montana State University-Bozeman Architecture of Dos Hombres, Belize Katherine MacDonald, Elon University Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Analysis of Phospholipase A2 gene and mtDNA in M. fulvius and M. Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. tener Becoming American?: International Student Perspectives on Identity Sydney Selby, Hendrix College and Culture Dalila Ozier, University of West Georgia Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Analysis of the PLA2 Gene and Mitochondrial DNA from Ozark Plateau and Ouachita Mountain Agkistrodon Contortrix: How Art & Media Studies Quickly are these Populations Diverging? Elizabeth Hall 306 LeQuan Dang, Hendrix College Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. All About Mormons: Treatment of the LDS Church in the Works of McKay Education 239 Trey Parker and Matt Stone Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Williams Brenna, Notre Dame University Mc1r is Not Solely Responsible for Pigmentation Variation among Domestic Pigeons Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Michael Guernsey, University of Utah Behavioral Change through Graphic Design Zac Bates, University of the Pacific Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Mimicry in Lampropeltis Triangulum Amaura Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Anna Giles, Hendrix College Cinema Against Cinema : Imagery in the Films of Guy Debord Anna O’Meara, Notre Dame University Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Molecular Diversity Compared to Associated Morphological Differences Between Two Subspecies of Southern Chilean Crabs Art History Andres Mallipudi, Brigham Young University Elizabeth Hall 305 Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. ‘I Was Found by Those Who Did Not Seek Me’: The doctrine of On Compiling a Forensic Herbarium of the Flora of Weber County Predestination at Ste-Madeleine of Vezelay Utah Courtney Carr, University of Kentucky Jaclyn Parker, Weber State University

Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. “Visit Palestine”: Expropriating the Promised Land Business/Finance/Accounting Rebekah Marzahn, Hamline University Wattis 116 Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. The Transition from Face-to-Face to Online Courses: Drivers of Clothing Design as an Art Medium: A Study of Elsa Schiaparelli Enrollment and Student Satisfaction Mary Sauerwein, Truman State University Trevor Norton, Ryan Cleveland, Daniel Grace, Southern Oregon University Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Connected Cultures: A Trans-Atlantic Study of Spanish Colonial Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Architecture To What Extent are Developing Capital Markets Efficient? Courtney Diamond, Colgate University Sean Cooney, Barry University

Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Biochemistry Understanding U.S. Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities (CMBS) Wattis 104 2.0: An Overview of Changes and Challenges Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Huan “Colin” Jiang, University of Rochester NADPH vs NADH Electron Regenerating Systems on Cytochrome P450s Ailin Lian, Adelphi University

Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Structural Sequence Dependence and Stability of Group III Single Nucleotide Bulge Loops Embedded in a RNA Hairpin Michael McCann, Allegheny College 55 Oral Session 1:Thursday 8:30-9:50

Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Cell & Molecular Biology “Whose Family is This?” Identity and Constructed Family in Gish McKay Education 219 Jen’s The Love Wife Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Sebastian Pope, Western Carolina University A Putative Degenerate Group I Intron Encoded within the Mitochondrial Ribosomal Small Subunit Gene in an Ophiostomatoid Elizabeth Hall 217 Fungus Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Wenyang Li, University of Manitoba Good Guy or Bad Guy: Examining Stephenie Meyer’s conception of Edward in Twilight Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Austin MacKenzie, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Viratherapy for Human Cancer Cells: Identification of Oncolytic Pathways Potentially used by Bluetongue Viruses to Kill Human Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Cancers Graphic Illustrations and Interpretations of Conrad’s Heart of Daniel Heath, Tyler Crossley, Utah State University Darkness Lydia Kminski, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Hydrolysates of Plant Origin Beneficial for the Growth and Viability Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. of Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO) EG-2 Cell Line Heroism in H.D.’s “Eurydice” Wenyang Li, University of Manitoba Laura Isom, Western Carolina University

Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Dance Idealism Realized: A Closer Examination of Leo Tolstoy’s Influence Elizabeth Hall 307 on Jane Addams’ Theory of Social Reform Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Laurie Kenyon, Valparaiso University “Little Ease”: An Inadvertent Metaphor for the Boundaries Placed upon the Female Body Megan Cranney, Utah Valley University Elizabeth Hall 218 Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. The Darjeeling Limited: Itinerary to a Filmmaker’s Philosophical Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Oeuvre Anti-American Sentiment in the Utah Ballroom Dance Community Jeff Smith, Black Hills State University Emily Darby, Utah Valley University Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. The Enduring Appeal of the Mod & Rocker Movement Dance & Technology: Intersections of Form, Design, and Mike Plunkett, Gettysburg College Performance Nicholas Caramagno, Wayne State University Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. The Female Voice Silenced: Pain, Melancholia, and the Abject Engineering David Rider, Auburn University Wattis 113 Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. The Grace Filled Form: The Repentant Transformation of Character, Arc Mapping: Methodologies and Origin Determination Reader, and Text in Dante’s Inferno Alan Meadors, Thomas Lancaster, Eastern Kentucky University Jeremy Reed, Valparaiso University

Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Prediction and Analysis of Unglazed Transpired Solar Collector Health Sciences & Public Health Performance in Minnesota Michael Kiefer, Minnesota State University-Mankato McKay Education 330 Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Graft Survival and Disease Recurrence in Hepatitis C-Infected Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Patients Who Receive Hepatitis C-Infected Livers for Orthotopic Liver Remote Robotic Intervention Transplantation Arvin Niro, Boyd Ramos, Makanaokeakua Ramos, Steven Cory, Timothy Borup, Brigham Young University-Idaho Kapiolani Community College Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. English Poor Correlation between Pre-Transplant Visualized Estimate of Deceased Donor Liver Steatosis and Reperfusion Biopsy Assessment Elizabeth Hall 215 Spencer , Indiana University School of Medicine Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Catching Passion: Hamlet and the Contagion of Theatrical Madness Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Christina Squitieri, Macaulay Honors College at Brooklyn Probiotics in Commercial Yogurt Effect on Oral Streptococcus Mutans Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. David Garner, Mitchell Cooney, Weber State University ‘Authoress of a Whole World’: The Act of Writing in Cavendish’s The Blazing World Tara Gildea, Macaulay Honors College at Queens College,CUNY History Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Elizabeth Hall 203 Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. “I Wol Yow Nat Deceyve”: The Pardoner’s Virtuous Path in The Media Portrayal and Effect on the Civil Rights Movement Canterbury Tales Devin Lynn, Black Hills State University Lindsay Stephens, Black Hills State University

56 Oral Session 1: Thursday 8:30-9:50

Thursday 8:50-9:10 Nassar, Nationalism, and Nuri: The Effects of the United States Linguistics & World Languages Intervention in Iran Elizabeth Hall 316 Austin Good, California University of Pennsylvania Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. The “Stolen Generation”: A Study of the Attempted Extinction of Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. the Australian Aboriginal Culture in Relation to a Preservation Orwell and on War: The Enemy and How to Fight It Perspective on Language Lisa Young, Caroline Eckstrom, Dordt College Kristin , Dordt College

Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Paracelsus: The Ingenious and Magical Physician A Certain “Je ne Sais Quoi”: Expressive Inter-Sentential Code Rebecca Abelman, Salisbury University Switching as a Consequence of Individual Language Borrowing in Bilinguals Elizabeth Hall 204 Melissa Douville, State University of New York-New Paltz Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Who are America’s Middle-Class? Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Kip Kay, University of Utah Being Bilingual in California, a Must! Kristy Ayala, University of California-Davis Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Witches, Puritans and Pirates: Nonconformity in Seventeenth- Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Century New England Beyond the ‘Thousand Yard Stare”: Charting an Unofficial Techno- Catherine Martin, Lafayette College Strategic Dialect of U.S. Service-Members AJ Meulemans, Hamline University-St. Paul Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Women’s Varying Involvement in the Cuban Revolution Based upon Socioeconomic Status, 1953-1980 Literature Elizabeth Higgins, Seattle University Elizabeth Hall 219 Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. “It is Often Better to Be in Chains than to Be Free:” The Paradox of You Are What You Wear: The Significance of Fashion, Textiles, and Submission in Franz Kafka’s The Trial Personal Luxury Items during the Renaissance Saara England, Utah Valley University Claire Giordano, Seattle University Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. “For Me There is No Crown... When the Thorn of Desire is Gone”: Elizabeth Hall 205 Unsexing Heloise of the Paraclete for Queer Theory Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Angela Parkinson, University of Utah Gender in the Yuan Dynasty: How Mongol Rule Affected Perceptions of Gender in the 13th and 14th Centuries Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Dianne Eppley, Hendrix College “We Believe the Person with a Stigma is Not Quite Human”: Erving Goffman, Stigma, and the Novels of Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Stacey Finke, Central Connecticut State University Giving Us Courage: The Political Rhetoric of Franklin Delano Roosevelt Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Daniel Gorman, Jr., University of Rochester “What You Can’t Not Do:” The Ascendance of Personal Desire within the Chapter “Half Lives: The First Luisa Rey Mystery” in the Novel Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Cloud Atlas Henry VIII: The Religious Transformation of a Tyrant Brandon Paddock, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Christina Sesok, Salisbury University

Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Elizabeth 220 Honorable Men, Dishonorable Acts: Sodomy, Honor, and Punishment Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. in Colonial Latin America The Comic’s Heartbeat: Applying Prosody to Graphic Storytelling Kimberly Chambers, Salisbury University Samuel Strong, Lafayette College

Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. International Studies The Danger of Living One Day: The Ambiguity of Identity and Queer Elizabeth Hall 106 Theory within Mrs. Dalloway Thursday, 8:50-9:10 a.m. Daniel Peters, Seattle University Social Cohesion in a Panicked World: A Critical Analysis of State Responses to Terrorism in The United States and Spain Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Georgia Patrascu, Hamline University The Ever-Expanding Market: Why YA Books Aren’t Just for Young Adults Anymore Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Keri Carroll, Eastern Illinois University The Politics of the Imbalance of Trade in the Era of Globalization: A Traingulative Analysis of Realism in International Relations Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Amanda Morgan, Howard University The Great Plains: Divine or Demonic? Caroline Eckstrom, Dordt College Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Seeds of Change: The Youth Leadership Movement in Bosnia and Herzegovina (an Extending the Production) Katherine Tomten, Trang Pham, College of Saint Benedict

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Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Marketing An Epigenetic Role for Tip60 in Learning and Memory Wattis 119 Kellie Chiu, Sheila Pirooznia, Sravanthi Koduri, Drexel University Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Helping an Expanding Business Better Target their Market Segment Drake Mapel, Tayler Halen, Isaac Kim, Micah Bidwell, University of Philosophy & Ethics West Georgia Elizabeth Hall 117 Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. The Institutionalization of Taste: The Political Freedoms and The Effect of Design and Color in Consumer Perception of the Restrictions of the Autonomous Learner in Plato and Bourdieu Sweetness Levels of Wine Margaret Gabuchian, Occidental College Kathryn King, Texas Tech University Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. “What has Athens to Do With Jerusalem?”: An Ethnographic Study of Marketing Innovation and Development of Regional Airports in Catholic Seminarians in Puebla, Mexico America: A Case Study of New Bedford Airport Dailey Haren, Westminster College Yueqiao Chi, Zhuojing Zhou, Yiyun Hao, James Ouk, Yuening Wu, Bridgewater State University Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. “I’m Late! I’m Late! For a Very Important Date”: Down the Rabbit Hole in Search of Rationality Mathematics Duke Cruz, Westminster College Wattis 106 Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. A Novel Matrix Decomposition A Phenomenological Critique of Morality in the Juvenile Justice Laipeng Zheng, Truman State University System Matthew Andersen, Collin Dean, Juliann Ogilvie, Chanel Nagaishi, Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Patricia Weaver, Utah Valley University Modeling the First 7 Days of SIV Infection Krista Schaefer, Valparaiso University Physics Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Wattis 110 Pseudorandom Sequences from Feedback with Carry Shift Registers Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Charles Celerier, United States Naval Academy Effect of Varying Resonator Length for Thermoacoustic Prime Movers Music Cory Heward, Utah Valley University Elizabeth Hall 304 Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Fast Turn-Around Extended Range Thin-Film Dosimetry ‘Earthly Tones:’ Sacred Music from a Rough-Hewn Bench Matthew Bowen, Idaho State University Kathryn Brouch, North Central College Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. -Coated Nanoparticles on Silicon Substrate A Link to the Past: An Examination of J.S. and György Kurtág’s Sirak Mekonen, Jackson State University Compositions Using the Golden Ratio and Fibonacci Sequence Jeffrey Laser, Capital University Political Science Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Elizabeth Hall 104 Amy Marcy Cheney Beach and Ruth Crawford : The Role Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. of Gender in the Perception of Women in the Late A New Framework to Analyze the Emergence of Collective Action in Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries Mary Nance, Appalachian State University Jessica Sherrod, Union College

Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. An Analysis of Compositional Techniques Used By John Williams in All Politics is Local: the 2010 Midterm Elections in Historical Star Wars: A New Hope Perspective Rebecca Lautier, Western Carolina University Joseph Petrzelka, Saint John’s University

Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Neuroscience American Exceptionalism and the International Criminal Court McKay Education 325 James Dolphin, Elon University Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Affective Disorder Treatment Through PKC Inhibition Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Corey Hanson, University of Minnesota-Duluth An Analysis of the Effectiveness of Gene Sharp’s Non-Violent Methodology in Freedom Movements using the Lithuanian Model Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Rima Gungor, North Central College Alterations in Expression of Angiotensin II Type 2 Receptor Following Myocardial Infarction in the Guinea Pig Elizabeth Hall 105 Richard Kintzing, Ithaca College Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. The New Orleans Charter School Movement: Segregation, Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Achievement, and Context An Animal Model of Drug Abstinence and Relapse Jean-Luc Adrien, University of Florida Racheli Wercberger, Macaulay Honors College at Queens College- CUNY 58 Oral Session 1: Thursday 8:30-9:50

Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. The Opposite Attraction of and Venus: Sustaining NATO for Big Hits and Cowardice: The Construction of Masculinity in Sports American and European Security Violence Commentary Hannah-Sophie Wahle, City College of New York Richard Rice, Lafayette College

Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Elizabeth Hall 116 The Political Influence of the Affluent Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Jason Wilson, Susquehanna University From Slave Ships to Confined Cells: A Look at the Continuous Mental, Social and Cultural Imprisonment of Criminal Offenders Using the Elizabeth Hall 106 Realist and Marxist Theories Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Kandice Purdy, Howard University Follow Me—Chinese History, Language, and Culture Ryan Richter, Margaret Wong, Bakhtiyar Baidaralin, Jason Fortin, Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Bryant University The Invisible Line of Separation between Church and State in the United States: A Qualitative Analysis Using the Durkheimian Theory Psychology Kianna Robinson, Howard University McKay Education 317 Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. The Social Movement of Accommodation: A Liberal Exploration into Academic Achievement: Factors Influencing Successful Studying in the Legalization of Prostitution for Services Provided to Persons with College Physical Disabilities Martha Davis, Peace College Khadijah Bishop, Howard University

Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Accuracy Goals Moderate the Manifestation of Placebo Effects The Financial Crisis and the Housing Market Crash in the Shane Close, Montana State University-Bozeman United States: A Systematic Analysis Using Marxist Theory and Triangulative Methodology Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Jessica Lo Curto-Smith, Howard University Adolescent Development and Self-Esteem in Young Adults Markeya Dubbs, University of Nebraska-Kearney Women & Gender Studies Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Elizabeth Hall 118 An Analysis of Socioeconomic Status and Attractiveness and Their Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Effects upon Personality Evaluation “Strict Is My Diet. I Must Not Want.”: Religious Rhetoric and the Cody Bassett, University of Minnesota-Duluth Online Eating Disorder Community Samantha Yenger Cremean, Black Hills State University McKay Education 319 Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Raising the Bar: Improving Evaluations of Mental Health Courts Comparing Feminists Attitudes and Feminist Identity: Is A Rose Evan Lowder, College of Saint Benedict by Any Other Name Still a Rose, or this a Distinction Worth Examination? Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Tory Ervin, Texas Tech University Reality Television and Effects on Attitudes Hayley Stoneking, Eastern Illinois University Thursday 9:10-8:30 a.m. Disney’s Tangled Feminism: New Assets, Old Poison Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Marissa Loch, College of Saint Benedict Sharing Sexually Graphic Content via Computer and the Age of a Juvenile Impacts Perceptions of a Sexual Relationship between a Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Fictional Adult Female and a Juvenile Male The French Chef In America: Presentations of French Gourmet Since Chelsea Nagel, Nicole Phillips, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania 1960s Rebecca Page, Notre Dame University Thursday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Stress and Unhealthy Eating in a College Sample Samantha Hamar, Molly Virgin, Seattle University Sociology Elizabeth Hall 115 Thursday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Accuracy of Demographic Statistics on the UAE Ahlam Al Hammadi, Zayed University

Thursday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Addressing Development as an Objective Consumable: an Autoethnography Nicholas Weitzel, Western Carolina University

Thursday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Assimilation of Hmong Refugees Lesley Yang, Boise State University

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Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Anthropology & Archeology Amplification and Expression of a Putative Metacaspase from the Elizabeth Hall 107 Fungus Schizophyllum Commune Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Ethan Loew, Union College Capabilities of Bornean Orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) for Self- Recognition in Distorting Mirrors Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Whitney Seferos, University of Utah Effects of Low Dose 4-Nonylphenol Exposure on Proper Development of the Xenopus laevis Neural Crest Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Angela Fioretti, Western State College Changes in the Skeletal Fusion Rate of the Knee Joint Samantha Rager, Wayne State University Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Engineering P450 Catalysts for Efficient and Selective Hydroxylation of Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Artemisinin Consuming Coffee, Drinking Democracy Matthew DeMars, University of Rochester Sally Dexter, Wheaton College

Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Biological Engineering Gender at Play: Gender and Activity Choice in Preschool Age Children McKay Education 233 at the Melba S. Lehner Children’s School at Weber State University Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Melissa Jackson, Weber State University An In Vivo Summary of the Biocompatibility of Polyurea Cross-Linked Silica-Based Aerogels Art & Media Studies Omar Tamula, University of Memphis Elizabeth Hall 306 Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Analyzing the Surface Finish of Knee Implants to Determine Criteria Forbidden Love and Violent Desire: Themes in the WWII Yaoi Manga of for Applications in Direct Metal Laser Sintering Fusanosuke Inariya Nora Huang, Milwaukee School of Engineering Melissa Frennea, University of Montevallo Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Characterization, Modification, and Optimization of Bionanocatalysts Lineage of Gay Fandom from Judy Garland to Lady Gaga for Increased Peroxidase Activity Amelia Zimet, Union College Joseph Edwards, Cornell University

Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Peeking through the Curtain: Implied and Inaccessible Space as a Design of a Three-Dimensional Flying Prey Simulator Narrative Asset in Video Games Adam R. Zinman, Max Balter, Union College Matthew Warren, City University of New York

Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Biology Sister Wives: Really a Reality? McKay Education 207 Elaine Wilson-Sharp, Dixie State College of Utah Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Auditory and Visual Predation by Herring Gull, Larus argentatus, on Land Hermit Crab, Coenobita clypeatus Art History Bailey Reynolds, University of North Carolina-Asheville Elizabeth Hall 305 Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Emergence of Québécois Identity through the Church of Saint Famille, Analysis of the PLA2 Gene in the Five Subspecies of Agkistrodon Îles d’Orléans, Québec contortrix: Are There Subspecies Specific Variants? Jaeun Ahn, Wellesley College LeQuan Dang, Meghan Kerin, Natasha Honomichl, Hendrix College

Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. English Landscape Architecture in the 19th Century Androgens Regulate Aggression in Female Electric , Erin Ferrimaned, Hendrix College Brachyhypopomus gauderio Pedro Perez, Florida International University Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Feminist Values and Politics in Goddess Representations in Domestic Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Neopagan Altars Antidepressant Impairs Zebrafish Motor Development and Behavior: Jessica Richard, University of Montevallo Ramifications of Pharmaceutical Drugs in the Environment Lauren Stranahan, Elon University Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Framed by : Carnivalesque Reappropriation in the Work of McKay Education 239 Robert Colescott Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Kathryn Widing, Colgate University Photobiological Effects of Blue and Green Light on Plant Growth and Development Biochemistry Kevin Cope, Utah State University Wattis 104 Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Photosensitization from Wild Parsnip A Thermodynamic Investigation of RNA-DNA Hybrid Formation under Mark Robison, Utah State University Varying NaCl Conditions Elizabeth McMichael, Allegheny College

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Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Possible Anti-Predator Behavior in Xenopus Laevis Cultivating Cultural Intelligence through Study Abroad: Mindful Elijah Poirier, Hamline University Communication, Knowledge of Cultural Values, and Sojourner Adaptation Skills Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Britta Marquand, Chelsea Jacobson, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Predicting and Mitigating Human – Elephant Conflict near Ruaha National Park, Tanzania Janae Nelson, Utah Valley University Dance Elizabeth Hall 307 Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Cell & Molecular Biology George and Ted Shawn’s Idealistic Gender Roles in Dance McKay Education 219 Michelle Glynn, State University of New York-Brockport Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Abnormal Production of CD43 in Lung Cancer Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Greta Foley, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Ted Shawn: Man of the Past, or One Who has Lived beyond His Time through His Ideals? Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Caitlin Mahon, Brockport Acquired Genes in Strains of Gardnerella vaginalis and Their Correlation with Symptomatic Bacterial Vaginosis Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Kevin Lay, Wayne State University The Nature of Race Relations in Mid-Twentieth Century America as Revealed by Katherine Dunham’s Barrelhouse Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Sarah Garcia, Utah Valley University Adaptive Evolution of the Lactose Utilization Network in Experimentally Evolved Populations of Escherichia coli Trang Duong, University of Houston Ecology & Organismal Biology McKay Education 227 Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Analysis of DNA Organization and Abnormalities in the Human Sperm A Test of the Mesopredator Release Hypothesis with Coyotes and Cell Artificial Quail Nests Nicole Millan, Florida International University Brian Holt, Clemson University

Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Chemistry Characterization of Bacteria Communities in Irrigation Water Samples: Wattis 103 A Potential Path to Cleaner Water? Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Ryan , Southern Utah University Analysis of Drinking Water for Trihalomethanes by Membrane- Introduction GC-MS Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Carissa Williams, State University of New York-Brockport Comparative Diet Analysis of Coyotes (Canis latrans) and Red Wolves (Canis rufus) Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Sloane Wiggers, Olivia Souther, Clemson University Characterization of Perchlorate Photostability under Simulated Martian Conditions Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Hana Martucci, San Jose State University Determining Early Life History Requirements of the Rock Pocketbook (Arcidens confragosus) Mussel Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Alexandria Fulton, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Concerted Proton-Electron Transfer in a Base-Appended Radical Cation Robert Richards, Albright College Economics Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Wattis 117 Contributions by Resonance and Inductive Effects toward the Strength Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. of the Hydrogen between the Formate Anion and Formic Acid The Decline of and Per Capita Income: A Case Study of Michael Norris, Alexander Bruch, Elon University a Small Metropolitan Area Binish Rijal, Matthew Kinney, Franklin and Marshall College

Communications Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Elizabeth Hall 315 Viewing Localized Deforestation Trends in the Brazilian Amazon Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. through the Lens of an Econometrician Connecting to Viewers through Tweets and Posts: American Broadcast Jamison Douglas, Salisbury University Stations’ Use of Social Media Zeal, Eastern Illinois University Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. An Analysis of the Effectiveness of Collaborative Learning Methodology Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. within Higher Education Cosmopolitan Magazine and the Second Wave Feminist Movement: A Joshua Rosamond, Karina Beck, Matthew Petersen, Minnesota State Cross Cultural Analysis University-Mankato Salome Miclette, Eastern Connecticut State University Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. , Pizza, and Cigarettes: Is Student Behavior Hazardous to GPA? Crossing the Divide: Experiences of 15 Undergraduate Students as they Sara Caudle, Roanoke College Engage in a Semester of Dialogue Collin Shepherd, Nebraska Wesleyan University

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Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Education “To Hear What I Shall Speak”: Syntactic Constructions and Audience McKay Education 104 Response in ’s Titus Andronicus and Coriolanus Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Kevin Windhauser, Saint John’s University Addressing Language Diversity in American Schools: Best Practices for Teaching Writing to English Language Learner Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Kristin Janssen, Alex Pasker, Dordt College “A Gold Piece for a Scarlet Shame like Mine/But Mine was not the Same”: The Breaking Down of Victorian Sexual Binaries in Charlotte Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Mew’s Poems on Gender and Sexuality Adolescent Reading Performance Based on Reading Interest Kelly Herrick, Elon University Chad Billington, University of Florida Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. “But They Had Become Mortally Afraid of Sting,” Middle-Earth’s Varied American Public Education and Its Effects on the Matriculation and Characters Occupational Experiences of Female Minority Students: Testing the Benjamin Killgore, Utah Valley University Efficacy of Heutagogy Dominique Perkins, Howard University Elizabeth Hall 217 Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Infinite Intrusion: David Foster Wallace’s Authorial Objectivity in The An Open Road to Delinquency: An Analysis of the Special Education Pale King System in American Public Schools Employing Conflict Theory Jacob Smith, Eastern Illinois University Brittany Williams, Howard University Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. McKay Education 116 Infomercial: A Marketing Odyssey Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Bligh MacDonald, Bridgewater State University Missing Research: Military Veteran Learning Processes in College Angie Ford, Montana State University-Bozeman Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Kingly Boys, Subservient Girls: Gendered Hierarchies in Harry Potter Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. and Narnia The Pursuit of American Independence: Integrating Children’s Abby Nance Luther College Literature into Social Studies Instruction Nicole Coughlin, Bridgewater State University Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Life after Polygamy: The Psychological Barriers Facing Women Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Attempting to Adjust to a Secular World after Leaving the FLDS as Preparing Teachers to Support Children’s Nature Exploration Described in Carolyn Jessop’s Escape and Flora Jessop’s Church of Lies Chelsey Strohkirch, Lauren Adamic, University of Wisconsin-River Michael Jurgensmeier, Dixie State College of Utah Falls Elizabeth Hall 218 Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Public Schools vs. Charter Schools: A Comparative Analysis of Success The Madman and the Final Girl: Applying Critical Feminist Theory to in Chicago Using the Functional Theory the Representation of Women in Horror Films and their Relation to De’Rell Bonner, Howard University Female Horror Fans Tasha Lindberg, Hamline University

Engineering Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Wattis 113 The Madwomen in Our Attics: Jane Eyre and Wide Sargasso Sea’s Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Treatment of Feminism An Environmental Evaluation of Corrosion Resistant Hybrid Megan Mericle, Western Carolina University Nanocomposite Coatings Christopher Funches, Jackson State University Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. The Power of Myth in Stories of Columbine Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Emily Mooney, Elon University Autonomous Hand Gesture Detection using Image Processing Rohit Duhan, Utah Valley University Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. War Propaganda and the Soldier’s Duty: Exploring the Evolving World Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. War One Mentality of Sassoon and Graves through Their Writing Characterization of Thin-Film Bismuth Vanadium Oxide (BiVOx) Michael Bearmon, Hamline University Semiconductors for Photoelectrolysis Applications Brandon Journell, James Madison University Environmental Studies & Sciences Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Wattis 114 Comparison of Mechanical, Metallurgical Properties of 17-4PH Stainless Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Steel between Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) and Traditional Analysis of Hot Pepper for Capsaicin and Heavy Metals Manufacturing Methods McKenzie Johnson, Kentucky State University Alexander Gratton, Milwaukee School of Engineering Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Assessing the Quality, Availability, and Compliance of Geographic English Information System (GIS) Data for Point and Non-Point Sources of Elizabeth Hall 215 Nutrients and Pollutants in the Raritan River Basin Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Andrew Chun, Lafayette College (Re)Locating the Subject and Verb: How Graphic Elements in Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis Replace and Enhance Its Linguistic Components Casey Henderson, Truman State University 62 Oral Session 2: Thursday 11:40-1:00

Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Contaminant Bioaccumulation in Paddlefish and Hybrid Striped Bass Rebels at Sea: The CSS Alabama versus the US Navy Fingerlings Cultured at Frankfort Wastewater Treatment Plant Jean Pierre Cassagnol, Salisbury University David , Kentucky State University Elizabeth Hall 204 Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Effects of Desertification on Lizard Communities Zinn, Chomsky, and Heller: Voices of 20th Century Dissent Rachel Marschand, Indiana University Kokomo Eladio Bobadilla, Weber State University

Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Geography & Earth Sciences By Grace through Faith Wattis 105 Caroline Parsons, Western Carolina University Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Arsenic and other Heavy Metals in Surface Water and Groundwater in Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Mustang Valley, Nepal Himalaya “Dish For an Epicure”: Spanish Perceptions of Indigenous Food in Andrea Sanchez, Utah Valley University Mexico and Central America, 1517-1577 Timothy Boyer, Brigham Young Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Aeolian Sedimentation and Climatic Implications of the St. Anthony Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Dunes, Idaho “Get Big Fast”: A Look at the Origins of “Dot Com” Mania in the Late Justin Owen, Weber State University 1990s Cedrick Hardnett, Salisbury University Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Analysis of Paleoflood Impacts along the Mississippi River Using Elizabeth Hall 205 Dendrochronological Techniques Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Christopher Peters, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale Human Consciousness in Ecological Understanding: Experimental Neurophysiology and Ecophilosophy in the 20th century Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Rabia Qureshi, Drexel University Commodifying Culture: Have Tourist Expectations Homogenized Chinatown’s Identity and Transformed Its Culture into an Object for Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Consumption? I Left Indianapolis Because the Money was Gone: Kurt Jr.’s Monica Wilson, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Roots Lee Little, Xavier University Health Sciences & Public Health Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. McKay Education 330 Immigration Laws in Spain as a Reflection of Society Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Samantha Killebrew, Illinois College Change in Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR) in the First Year Post Liver Transplant Weston Bush, Brigham Young University Interdisciplinary Studies Wattis 115 Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Crisis, Questions, and Cures? Public Health of the Peruvian Amazon “Democracy” in Media Coverage of Egypt’s Arab Spring: Perpetuating Rainforest or Recasting the East-West Narrative? Daniel Tapanes, Florida International University Shannalee Van Beek, Elon University Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Delta Dental of Idaho School-Based Dental Sealant Program 21st Century Battle of Blair Mountain: Analysis of an Advocacy Eric Donahue, Boise State University Campaign Aaron Turner, University of Memphis Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Early Post-Transplant Resolution of Liver Allograft Steatosis and its Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Impact on Graft Survival Aristotle, and the Nature of Superiority Spencer Fuller, Indiana University School of Medicine AnnaRose Goodman, Black Hills State University History Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. China’s Household Registration: The Effects of Hukou On China’s Elizabeth Hall 203 Current Generation Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Ericka Chehi, Lafayette College Proof of Truth in Medieval Irish Law Anna Long, Seattle University International Studies Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Elizabeth Hall 106 Prussian Military Planning and the General Staff, 1806-1871 Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Paul Rodriguez, Elon University Comparative Xenophobia: The Shifting Nationalist Sentiments of France and Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Zachary , Hendrix College Reactions to Nativism and Immigration Restriction in the Jewish Press of Pittsburgh, 1921-1924 Amanda Leonard, Westminster College

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Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Elizabeth Hall 220 Consuming the Other: An Examination of Orientalism, Exoticism, and Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. the Commodification of Arab and Middle Eastern Culture in the U.S. The Hacktivist Creed: Dissecting the Literary Roots of an Anonymous Market Regime Dylan Helgeson, Hamline University-St. Paul Lindsay Hodgens, University of Montevallo

Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Contemporary Migration Issues in and Malta The Roots and Routes of the Polish Memoir Cedric Pulliam, Elon University Angelica Krajewski, Loyola University-Chicago

Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. From the Bottom Up or the Top Down? A Comparative Analysis of The Stolen Generations: An Analysis of Doris Pilkington’s Rabbit-Proof Government and Grassroots Organizations in Uganda Fence and its Implications for Aboriginal Literature Sarah Harrs, Elon University April Jackson, Dixie State College of Utah

Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Kinesiology & Exercise Science The Tragedy of Turnus, or an Alternate Reading of Virgil’s Aeneid McKay Education 006 Brian Thredgold, Utah Valley University Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Biomechanical Comparison of Treadmill Running while Barefoot and in Standard and Zero-Drop Running Shoes Management Kelli Roach, Utah Valley University Wattis 116 Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. A New Way of Balancing: Exploring Generation Y’s Understanding of Comparison of Balance Between Male and Female Athletes and Non- Work Life Balance Athletes Megan Corcoran, Providence College Rose Bussey, Kimberly Frissora, Capital University Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Analysis of Ordering and Pricing Policies of Fashion Goods for an Off- Exercise Science and Community Health Students Compare the Benefits Price Retailer of Exercise and Nutrition Sasha Simpson, Sierra Ho, Capital University Cody Hamblin, Ryan Pinedo, Utah Valley University Thursday 12:20-12:40 Changing the Game Down Under: An Examination of Virgin ’s Linguistics & World Languages Migration from Low-Cost to Full-Service Carrier Elizabeth Hall 316 Timothy Donohue, Providence College Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Disentangling Advanced Heritage Spanish and Native Spanish Speakers Juan Canales, State University of New York-New Paltz Mathematics Wattis 106 Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. French in the Face of Arabization: Language Attitudes among High A Look at Benford’s Law School Students in Rabat Coty Hainsey, Westminster College Janet Yearous, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Amicable Pairs for Elliptic Curves Is There a Predictable Relationship between Color Words and the Suzanne Craig, Boise State University Emotions They are to Represent? Caroline Melton, University of Memphis Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Anamorphic Art with a Tilted Cylinder Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Angela Rose, Erika Gerhold, Salisbury University Malinchismo in Contemporary Mexico: An Analysis of Cultural Denial Aida Alvarado, Hope College Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Beyond Regression: Using Learning Machines to Predict NBA Performance Literature Kali Wickens, Andy Larsen, Westminster College Elizabeth Hall 219 Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. A Likely Account: Rethinking Being in Plato’s Timaeus Music Peter Beer, Occidental College Elizabeth Hall 304 Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Divergent Techniques and Convergent Effects: A Comparative Analysis A Philosophy of Victorian Nonsense of Two Choral Settings of “O Magnum Mysterium” by Tomás Luis de Sasha Patkin, Bard College Victoria and Morten Lauridsen Natalia St Jean, Loyola University Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Alienation and Decadence in Nietzsche’s Genealogy of Morals Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Wendy Eisenberg, University of Rochester Exploring WSMA Music Festival Saxophone Repertoire Nicole Heling, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Beheadings, Chessboards, and Dames: Sir Gawain as a Central Figure in the Arthurian Cycle Joseph Foster, Dixie State College of Utah 64 Oral Session 2: Thursday 11:40-1:00

Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Wattis 112 Formal Analysis of Select Berio “Sequenzas” Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Shawn Milloway, Appalachian State University Recovery and Flight Profile Systems for Missions to the Edge of Space Scott Rollins, Weber State University Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Frances Winton Champ: Keystone of Cache Valley Musical Culture Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Jeffrey Lyon, Utah State University Sound Radiation of the Hammered Dulcimer Benjamin Christensen, Brigham Young University

Neuroscience Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. McKay Education 325 Studying Friction, Lubrication and Wear for a New Generation of Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Microscopic Machines Changes in Synaptic Efficiency in the Guinea Pig Intrinsic Cardiac Christopher Bouxsein, Saint Olaf College Plexus: Effects of Acute Myocardial Infarction and Neuromodulators Shannon Ryan, Ithaca College Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Synthesis of Electrospun InGaN Nanofibers Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Joshua Robles-García, University of Puerto Rico at Humacao Developing an Assay for Polymorphisms in the 5-HTT, DAT1, and BDNF Genes to Determine Their Effects on Attention and Emotional Regulation Political Science Christina Della Iacono, Westminster College Elizabeth Hall 104 Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Analysis of the Issues that U.S. Asylum Seekers Face Who Apply Based Diffuse Traumatic Brain Injury Exacerbates Inflammatory Pain on Sexual Orientation Taylor Bradley, Amanda Lisembee, Renee Donahue, Katelyn James Chan, University of Florida McNamara, University of Kentucky Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Behind the Labels: An Examination of Mexican Drug Trafficking Does Deleting PTEN Expression Induce Behavioral Impairments? Organizations and the Labels that Define Them? Walter Guerrero, Cerritos College John Lira, University of Texas-San Antonio

Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Philosophy & Ethics Comprehensive Metropolitan Reform: The Application of Urban Regime Elizabeth Hall 117 Theory Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Richard Dornfeld, Hamline University-St. Paul Cross Cultural and Demographic Differences in Stages of Moral Development in IT Ethics Context: Comparing US and China Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Wai Ling Ho, Samantha Gleason, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Congressional District Elections and Their Effect on Black Voter Turnout Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Jacob Parker, University of Florida David Hume and Belief in The Future Aaron Adams, Juniata College Elizabeth Hall 105 Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. The Prospects for Peace in Kosovo: Analysis of the Policy of Donald Davidson, Radical Interpretation, and Triangulation Decentralization through Serbian Municipal Election Participation Karen Duffy, College of Saint Benedict Max Greenlee, Boise State University

Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Expanding the Definition of Self-Ownership: Mutual Advantage Theory The Rhetorical Uses and Abuses of the Congressional Budget Office in a Welfare State Jonathan Lucas, Capital University Joshua Moore, University of West Georgia Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Tuning into the RTLM: The Effect of Incendiary Media Propaganda in Physics Eliciting Radical Behavior Wattis 110 Brittnea Roozen, North Central College Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. A Fluorescence Detector for Slow Ion Interferometry Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Kurt Hinkle, Brigham Young University Will the Revolution be Digitized?: A Study on Political Mobilization among Internet Users Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Jacob Powell, Hendrix College A Multi Sensor Array System for Flight Data Logging on High Altitude Research Balloons Michael Peterson, Robert Eckel, Weber State University Psychology McKay Education 317 Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. An Electron-Photon Duel: Cathodoluminescence in Disordered An Empirical Comparison of the Health Belief Model and the Theory Polymeric Materials of Planned Behavior: Predicting Binge Drinking Behavior Doug Ball, Utah State University Kate Sheals, University of Central Lancashire Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Archaeogeophysical Surveys to Understand the Expression of Power through Urban Planning During the Late Bronze Age in Cyprus Daniel Bradac, Ithaca College 65 Oral Session 2:Thursday 11:40-1:00

Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. An Examination of Eating Attitudes in Samples of Jordanian and Women & Gender Studies American Women Elizabeth Hall 118 Bonnie Dunigan, Bridgewater State University Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. European Travel Diaries in Nineteenth-century South America: a Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Feminist Perspective Attitudes Towards Crime Sarah Olson, St. Catherine University-St. Paul Wesley Dunbar, Weber State University Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Queer Neo-Mexicanism: Negotiating Gay and Mexican Identities in the Black Women with Histories of Childhood Sexual Abuse: An Art of Nahum B. Zenil and Julio Galán Examination of Sexually Risky Behaviors and STD Exposure Nicholas Derda, Valparaiso University Katherine Lestrade, University of Rochester Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. McKay 319 Emirati Women’s Decisions about Motherhood and Childrearing: Are Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. They Affected by Western Media? Talking About a Traumatic Event: Does Someone Need to be Marwa Al Shaibani, Zayed University Listening? Kevin , University of Memphis Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Instruments of Violence or Unwitting Pawns: A Triangulative Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Analysis of the Recent Phenomenon of Female Suicide Bombers in The Effect of Hypocrisy on Intentions to Advocate Against Texting Iraq While Driving Eboni Blenman, Howard University Nicholas Petkunas, Randi , North Central College

Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. The Effect of Technology on Working Memory Capacity Sarah Beinkampen, Capital University

Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. The Effects of Mindfulness on Risk Perception in College Females Molly Kalamarides, Shanna Bartholomew, Eastern Washington University Social Work Elizabeth Hall 116 Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Fighting for Our Youth’s Future Shwaye Eibensteiner, Boise State University

Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Overcoming Educational Disadvantage: Shelter Initiatives for Homeless Children Diana DeMont, Bridgewater State University

Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Perspectives on Institutional Care for Older Adults among Chinese College Students Jolee Griffin, Bridgewater State University Sociology Elizabeth 115 Thursday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Cashing In: In Search of the Authentic in Rock Music Subcultures Kathrine Sudol, Western Carolina University

Thursday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Coal, a Dirty Business: A Look into the History of and the Coal Industry’s Effect on Its Growth and Development Emily Brown, Ithaca College

Thursday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Cosmopolitan Activism versus the Niche Market: a Case Study of The Coordinadora Estatal de Productores de Café de Oaxaca Nicholas Weitzel, Western Carolina University

Thursday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Cultural Object Creation: Meaning and Fetus in the US Alvin Primack, Copper Mountain Community College

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African American Studies Biochemistry Elizabeth Hall 118 Wattis 104 Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. “Nigger”: The History and the Impact of the Word on Today’s Society Identification and Evaluation of Candidate Serum Biomarkers of Sauda Muhammad, Salisbury University Alzheimer’s Disease Jeffrey Mortenson, Utah Valley University Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. One Dark, Lonely : The Influence of Salt Lake City on the Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Writings of Wallace Thurman Identification of PASK Substrates and/or Interacting Proteins Stephen Horrocks, Utah State University KariAnne Rencher, University of Utah

Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Assessment of Impact of Civil Rights Pilgrimage on Student Intrinsic Flexibility of BPTI in Complex with Protease Participants Chae Kyung Yoo, University of Utah Nicholas Severson, Mary Wolf, Sarah Tweedale, Elsa Kraus, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Biological Engineering McKay Education 233 Anthropology & Archeology Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Elizabeth Hall 107 Development of a Biomechanical Model for Hydrocephalus Thursday 1:10-1:50 p.m. Joel Lefever, Lafayette College Health Seeking Behavior of Rural Women: A Comparative Analysis of the American South and Africa Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Anna Ragni, Hendrix College In Vivo Characterization of Deformation Fields in Hypertense Amphibian Hearts Using the Speckle Image Photogrammetry Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Technique Heavy Bamboo: An Anthropological Perspective on the Creative Mcolisi Dlamini, Union College Communities in Bandung, Indonesia Michelle Dowdle, Weber State University Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Iron Oxide Nanoparticle Functionalization for Fibroblast Growth Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Factor-2 Delivery in Tissue Engineered Constructs Interviewing Curanderos: A Methodological Exploration Rabia Qureshi, Drexel University Laura Eaton, Weber State University Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Patterning of siRNA Cues within Hydrogels to Spatially Control Art & Media Studies Mesenchymal Stem Cell Differentiation Elizabeth Hall 306 Daniel Reynolds, University of Rochester Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. The Effect of Digital Piracy on the PC Game Industry Doug Graham, Eastern Illinois University Biology McKay Education 207 Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Us and Them: The Artist-Fan Relationship Are Past Phallic Phylogenies of Acridoidea Fallacies? Lindsay Biggar, University of the Pacific James Leavitt, Brigham Young University

Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Everyone Deserves to Die With Dignity Bactericidal Activity of Peptide Corresponding to Amino Acids 1-11 Rashelle Bojarski, Dixie State College of Utah of Lactoferrin from Diverse Mammals Dezi Lall, Adelphi University

Art History Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Elizabeth Hall 305 Can HIV Super Infections be Controlled? Investigation of Multi-Drug Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Therapy in Treatment of Candida albicans From Andy Warhol to Elizabeth Peyton: Americans’ Fascination with Shanamae Victor, The Sage Colleges Popular Culture Lives On Lauren Potter, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Combined Morphological and Molecular Phylogeny of Pannota Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. (Mayflies) From Runway to Museum: Creating Successful Exhibitions Showing Samantha Telarroja, Louis Eubank, Utah Valley University the Interrelationship between Fashion and Art Erica Kroening, Minnesota State University-Mankato McKay Education 239 Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Presence of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Mesozooplankton Hybrid Spaces in Memorial Architecture: The Ground Zero Memorial Collected from the Northern Gulf of Mexico Succeeding the Marisa Paolillo, Macaulay Honors College at Brooklyn Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Jessica Snyder, East Carolina University Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Nancy Spero’s Maenad: Reimagining Feminism, Does it Work? Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Theresa Cortez-Guardado, University of the Pacific Purification and Characterization of the S-Layer Protein from Lactobacillus coleohominis Jannelly Villarreal, University of the Incarnate Word

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Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Status and Trends of Macroinvertebrate Communities as Indicators Know Your Audience First: Promoting Financial Literacy with of Water Quality: A Tool for Assessing Dam Removal Grassroots Public Relations Carly Feiro, Lafayette College Vanessa Perkins, Kaiti Pratt, Utah Valley University

Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. The Effect of Geographic Range and Seasonality on Concentration of Dance Podophyllotoxin in Podophyllum Peltatum Elizabeth Hall 307 Sarah Hoopes, Elon University Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Nautch, Appropriation and History Cell & Molecular Biology Emily May, Utah Valley University McKay Education 219 Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Embodied Gender Roles in the Romantic Giselle Ceramide Mediates Vascular Dysfunction in Diet-Induced Obesity by Andrea Rose, Utah Valley University PP2A-Mediated Dephosphorylation of the eNOS-Akt Complex Ting Ruan, University of Utah Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Yvonne Rainer and Trisha Brown: The Use of the Democratic Body Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Morgan Bernat, State University of New York-Brockport Characterization of PCID2 in Human mRNA Export Casey , Westminster College Diversity Studies Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Elizabeth Hall 118 Characterization of the Lysosomal Protein Beta-Galactosidase in Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. GM1-Gangliosidosis Affected Sheep The Problem of Blackness Masis Isikbay, University of Portland Danielle Procope, University of the Pacific

Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Cyclopamine Modulates APP Metabolism in an Alzheimer’s Disease Ecology & Organismal Biology Transgenic Drosophila Melanogaster Model McKay Education 227 Sean Miller, Drexel University Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Detrimental Effects of Anthropogenic Noise on Low Frequency Bird Song Vocalizations Chemistry Ethan Rubenstein, Ithaca College Wattis 103 Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Controlled Geometry Layer-by-Layer Quantum Dot Solar Cells Does Soil Rockiness Influence the Distribution and Abundance of Marta Michalik, Michael Boodoo, Adelphi University Plant Species? Robert Oldt, University of California-Davis Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Development of a Coumarin-Europium Sensor for Reactive Oxidizing Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Species Effects of Human Development and Recreation on Nest Occupancy Sara Sanders, University of Utah and Breeding in a Population of Flammulated Owls (Otus flammeolus) in Snowbasin Utah Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Earley Austin, Weber State University Discrimination of Hard Keratins by Infrared Spectroscopy: Application to Archaeological Artifacts Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Brianna Biscardi, East Carolina University Gradients of Abundance of Yellowtail Flounder (Limanda ferruginea) Across a Temperate Marine Protected Area Boundary Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Christopher Shivock, Jonas Miller, United States Coast Guard Effects of High Temperature on the Physical Properties of Academy Hydrophobic Aerogels Leah Smith, Union College Economics Wattis 117 Communications Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Elizabeth Hall 315 Can Tobacco Tax Make Poor Smokers Happier? Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Mark Chaskes, Union College Cultural Messages in Popular Thai Children’s Books Emma Rothenfluh, North Central College Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Determinants of Remittances to Recipient Countries: Acomparative Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. study of , China and Mexico Filling the Meter: Measuring the Effectiveness of Pay Walls for Online Abdinasir Hersi, California State University- Revenue Duprey Patrick, Ithaca College Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Economic and Regulatory Factors & Corporate Frauds in the United Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. States From Sneakers to Stilettos: The Communication Connection between Sean Pinckney, Fordham University Clothing and Social Class Emelia White, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Effects of Government Expenditures on GDP in the Kingdom of Spain Spencer Lord, Borja Arino, University of West Georgia

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Education English McKay Education 104 Elizabeth Hall 215 Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Crossing Boundaries and Shaping Futures: The Pedagogical Benefits Fanny Butcher’s “Little Prairie Town”: Adding a New Voice to the and Drawbacks of Undergraduate TA Positions Chicago Literary Renaissance Brenda M. Johnson , Amelia England, Jenna R. Atkinson, Daniel Jaci Wilkinson, Luther College Parkins, Utah Valley University Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. “Yet Herein Will I Imitate the Sun”: Social Structures and Conscious Refiguring Classroom Hierarchy and Discourse: What I’ve Learned Acting in Shakespeare’s Second Tetralogy as an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant Caleb Murray, Wittenberg University Brenda M. Johnson, Daniel Parkins, Jenna R. Atkinson, Saara England, Utah Valley University Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. A Betrayal of Self: Sylvia’s Journey in “A White Heron” Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Cheryl Dabney, Lee College The Value of Using Undergraduate Teaching Assistants as Supporting Structures in the Classroom Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Jenna Atkinson, Amelia England, Daniel Parkins, Brenda Johnson, A Motherless Child: Jane and Her Mother Figures Utah Valley University Molly Barnes, Dominican University of California

Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Elizabeth Hall 217 Getting a Head Start: Personal Experience and Research as an Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Undergraduate TA Marlowe’s Paradoxical Virgin: Editors, Additions and Arguments for Amelia England, Brenda Johnson, Daniel Parkins, Jenna Atkinson, a Finished Hero and Leander Utah Valley University Benjamin Carlton, Utah Valley University

McKay Education 116 Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Mary Grace and the Warthog from Hell: Violent Redemption in Student Ownership of Active Learning in a First-Year Experience Flannery O’Connor’s “Revelation” Student Success Course: A Case Study Halina Hopkins, Valparaiso University S. Rhett Palfreyman, Sara Hatch, Utah Valley University Thursday 1:50 p.m.-2:10 p.m. Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Master and Servant: Parallels between Mary I and Sir Thomas Wyat, Teaching Existentialism More Accurately in the English Classroom and Christ and Judas Iscariot Adam Heisman, Salisbury University Averyl Dietering, Brigham Young University

Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. The Effects of Poverty on Educational Achievement in the United Nature vs. Natural: Commodification of the Sacred in Leslie Silko’s States: A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis Using Stratification Ceremony Theory Katie Anderson, University of West Georgia Skukura Edwards, Howard University Elizabeth Hall 218 Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. The Effects of the Project-Based Learning (PBL) Approach on the The Underdevelopment of Writer Voice in Basic College Composition Achievement and Efficacy of High School Mathematics Students: A Lacy Culpepper, Dixie State College of Utah Longitudinal Study Investigating the Effects of the PBL Approach in Math Thursday 12:30-12:50 p.m. Nicholas Haugen, Anna Filcik, Kristen Bosch, Samuel Pederson, Through the Eyes of Survivors: A View into Cambodia’s Violent Hope College History Rachael Ackley, Bridgewater State University

Engineering/Engineering Technology Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Wattis 113 True Life Bertha Mason: Jean Rhys’s Revision of Charlotte Brontës’ Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Character Control of Ambient Gas Density to Study the Role of Natural Jessica Curlett, Dominican University of California Convection in Evaporation Jaskirat Batra, Trinity University Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. The Path to Redemption Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Mariah Mcguire, Dominican University of California Degradation of Pharmaceuticals in Water by Superoxide Produced by Reaction of Selenocystamine with Sulfur Mwale Chiyenge, Texas Tech University Environmental Studies & Sciences Wattis 114 Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Design and Fabrication of Novel Self-Healing Miscible Thermoplastic- Environmental Implications of Water Privatization in South America Thermosetting Polymer Blends Paul Pasterik, Hamline University-St. Paul Christopher Pillsbury, Union College Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Freezing Spray and Ice Accretion on Vessels Design of a Camera Board for a Nanosatellite Christa Funk, United States Coast Guard Academy Russ Kelley, David Covington, Roger Greenidge, Stephen Emmons, Elliot Erstein, Saranrat Sanban, Kierra Johnson, Norwich University 69 Oral Session 3:Thursday 1:10-2:30

Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. How Will Fracking Affect You? A Survey of Undergraduate Student Science in Mondern Society: A Lack of Understanding Knowledge and Opinions about Hydraulic Fracturing Matthew Thacker, Eastern Kentucky University Emma Garrison, Jeremy Betterley, Lee Ann Hill, Ithaca College Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Slave Life Cycles: Comparing in Ancient Greece and Rome Measuring the Spatial Distribution of Lead Contaminants in the La Anthony Austin-Walker, Eastern Washington University Crosse River Marsh Sara Erickson, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. The Cultural Impact of the American Sniper Program Geography & Earth Sciences Jared Taylor, Weber State University Wattis 105 Elizabeth Hall 204 Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Developing Rating Curves for Bedrock Step-Pool Rivers using Sparse “I…Began to be Afraid”: The Individual Motivations Behind Native Data Americans’ Alliances in the Susquehanna Valley Kevin Stuart, Utah Valley University Joseph Sherlock, Susquehanna University

Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Ground-Shaking Implications on the Mysterious Racetrack Playa, “Unfit and Incapacitated”: Aging and Medical Illness among Union Death Valley, CA Civil War Veterans of Company “C,” Eighth Wisconsin Volunteers John Lewin, Southern Utah University Laurie Medford, Luther College

Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Interpretation of Fluid-Flow Pathways and Mineralization Conditions A Civil Rights Presidency: Harry S. Truman in the White House of Concretions in the Late Cretaceous Wahweap Formation, Southern Jonathan Grieder, Luther College Utah Alex Steullet, Central Connecticut State University Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. A Dichotomy: Urban Housing Welfare Policy and Implementation in Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. 1940s Chicago, Illinois Iron Oxide Concretions Associated with Fossil Vertebrate Bones in the Courtney Galatioto, University of North Carolina-Asheville Upper Triassic Chinle Formation, Hayden Quarry, New Mexico Kimberly Koeven, University of Utah Elizabeth Hall 205 Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Gerontology Looking Abroad for Answers: Mexico’s Confidential Communications with Foreign Embassies in ‘68 Elizabeth Hall 116 Joseph VanderZee, Notre Dame University Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Qualitative Needs Assessment of Caregivers Providing Care for Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease Maid Marian’s Evolution Lena Bush, Boise State University Dan Cross, Westminster College

Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Health Sciences & Public Health It Did Not Happen Here: Nazi Infiltration of America in the 1930s McKay Education 330 Paul Dunder, University of South Florida Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Filling the Gaps of Knowledge: Assessing the Status of Health Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Information for Asian American/Pacific Islander Populations “They Went Because Their Open Eyes Could See No Other Way”: The Sun Mei Liu, CUNY Brooklyn College Memorialization of British Volunteers in the Spanish Civil War Ashley Majewski, University of Evansville Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Suboptimal Prescribing: A Closer Look at Elderly Patients in Family Care Interdisciplinary Studies Elizabeth Persaud, Brooklyn College Wattis 115 Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Closing the Gap: Defining the Determinants of School Dropout in Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) for Hotel Rural Mexico Rooms Ashley Dymock, Brigham Young University Katie Kirsch, University of Houston Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Curbing the Mayhem in Rio’s Sensations; The Phenomenon of Thromboxane Reduction Due to Varying Doses of Omega-3 Fatty Pacified Favelas Acids Madeleine Wright, University of Delaware Bradley Greenfield, Smith Jordan, Amanda Devlin, Weber State University Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Field Research in the Republic of Georgia: Preservation of Folk Songs in the Caucasus Mountains History Giorgi Amashukeli, Truman State University Elizabeth Hall 203 Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Regional Issues in Holocaust Studies Graffiti: A Spiritual Outcry Brittany Musil, University of Nebraska-Kearney Rachel Nelson, Elmhurst College

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Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. International Studies The Politics of Lexicography: An Examination of Pre-Franco, Franco, Elizabeth Hall 106 and Post-Franco Dictionaries Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Benjamin Del Greco, Hamline University German Television: Really “German” or Forever an American Reproduction? Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Kendra Beaty, East Carolina University The Nature of Writing in Relation to Speech and Language Jacqueline Anzaroot, CUNY Brooklyn College Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Identity Crisis: Effect of Immigration on Latino Identity Julia White, American University Literature Elizabeth Hall 219 Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Immigrant Rights and Policy in Spain A Split Star: Qualifying Robert Frost’s Modernism Allana Marshik, Hamline University Peter Beer, Occidental College

Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Knowledge Systems and Community Forestry in Bhutan Black Trauma: A Fragmented Experience in Toni Morrison’s Beloved Bryce Rosenbower, Hamline University-St. Paul Amy Stamon, Wittenberg University

Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Kinesiology & Exercise Science Dignified Working Girls: The Progression of Female Independence in McKay Education 006 Libbey and Dreiser Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Shauntal Van Dreel, North Central College Influence of Training Volume and Diet on Ferritin Levels of Division II Female Cross Country Runners Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Anne Ratermann, Emma , Elli Mathis, Truman State Feminist Psychology: The Oppressed, Isolated, and Critically University Neglected Female; An Interpretive Look at Characters by Gilman, Jewett, and Freeman Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Lacey Conley, University of Evansville The Effects of Moderate Exercise on Mood State Depression Angel Vega, Shawna Becker, Lubbock Christian University Elizabeth Hall 220 Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Three Picaros: A Literary Analysis of Societal Corruption in Early The Evaluation of the Proposed Fitness Gains using Shake Weight Modern Spain Grant Kendall, Utah Valley University Lauren Reece, Illinois College

Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Law & Legal Studies Understanding Jane Eyre: Don’t Believe Everything She Sees Elizabeth Hall 105 Kiera Durfee, Dixie State College of Utah Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. An Eye Still Gazes Toward Zion: The Israeli-Gaza War of 2008-2009 Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Timothy Todd, Norwich University Whores and Handmaids: The Erosion of Romance in The Handmaid’s Tale Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Whitney Johnson, University of West Georgia Immigration Federalism: The Case of Immigration Enforcement by Non-Federal Agencies Eduardo Reyes Chavez, University of Utah Management Wattis 116 Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Immigration Policies within American Politics Examining the Impact of Employee Motivation and Engagement Geneva Branson Thompson, University of Utah Tactics: A Look at High-Turnover, Largely Part-Time Employee-Run Organizations Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Chaunceton Bird, Utah Valley University The Use of Private International Law in the Corporate Social Responsibility Debate-The Case of the US Alien Tort Statute Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Charlotte Luks, Hampshire College Impacts and Results of Cuts in Training and Development Budgets on Local Small Businesses Linguistics & World Languages Emily Haag, Minnesota State University-Mankato Elizabeth Hall 316 Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Optimal Pricing Decisions for a Start-Up Company in -Rental Nouchi: A Phonological Case Study of an Ivoirian French Creole Industry Hannah Sande, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Alexander Maze, Capital University

Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Occitan Identity: Evolving National and Individual Attitudes towards Optimal Sizing of Buffer Capacity for a Semi-Continuous Production the Occitan Language and Culture System: The Cases of Publishing in Scholarly Journals, and Venture Ariana Moseley, Occidental College Capital Decisions Sean Malone, Capital University

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Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Marketing Mechanism of In Vitro ß-Estradiol Bioenergetic Effects in Synaptic Wattis 119 and Non-Synaptic Mitochondria using an ApoE-Deficient Mouse Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Model A Comparative Analytical Study of Papa John’s and American Pie William Fernandez, Eastern Illinois University Pizzeria Maria Dong, Wickramasuriya Mathishka, Bentley Cody, Victoria Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Martin, University of West Georgia Metabolic Targeting of Malignant Brain Tumors via Synergistic Inhibition of Proton and Lactate Efflux Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Bhavika Chepuri, Wayne State University How Do Direct-to-Consumer Drug Advertisements Measure Up? Abdelaziz Hamid, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Philosophy & Ethics Elizabeth Hall 117 Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. It Is Not Enough to “LIKE” Me: A Look at Motivation and Ownership From Ana and Mia With Love: The Effects of Pro-Anorexia and Pro- Effects for Nonprofit Organizations using Facebook Bulimia Websites Meagan Germain, College of New Jersey Karleigh Ellsworth, Utah Valley University

Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Mathematics Heidegger, Kuhn, and the Myth of the Disinterested Observer Wattis 106 Sydney Green, Hamline University Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Bond Percolation Threshold Bounds for Lattices with Generators with Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. 4-Boundary Vertices (Computational Aspects) Just Joking: An Ethical Analysis of Humor and the Virtuous Alex Nathan, Edward Lim, Johns Hopkins University Comedian Timothy Green, Capital University Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Cantor’s Theory of Fractional Dimension and Large Infinities Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Gourav Krishna Nandi, Montana State University-Bozeman Object-Oriented Programming and the Categories: Separate Entities or One and the Same? Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Jack Spirou, Hamline University Compositions Constrained by Graph Laplacian Minors Jenna Noll, University of Kentucky Physics Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Wattis 110 Discrete Signal Processing with Fractal Wavelet Transforms Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Taylor Sibbett, Westminster College Automating the Creation of Equivalent Sound Sources for the Radiated Noise from a Military Jet Aircraft Music David Hart, Brigham Young University Elizabeth Hall 304 Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Calculating Highly Oscillatory Integrals by Quadrature Methods French Composers, Harlem, and “le jazz authentique” Krishna Thapa, Texas A&M University-College Station Joseph VanderStel, Michigan State University Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Calculations of Microwave Spectroscopy of the Hyperfine Splitting of Improvisation: Performer as Co-Composer Antihydrogen in the ALPHA Collaboration Trap Kyle Schick, Cedarville University Patrick Donnan, Auburn University

Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Innovation in Song: ’s “Der Abend,” Opus 64, No. 2 Characterization of the Performance of Quantum Dot, Optically Jane Hines, Oakland University Gated, Field-Effect Transistor Single-Photon Detectors as a Function of Operating Temperature and Detection Rate Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. John Nehls, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Music Theory and Aural Skills: Creating a Crossroads between Context and Mastery Wattis 112 Meredith Anderson, Appalachian State University Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Testing of an AC Magnetic Susceptometer Neuroscience Ryan Fukuda, California State University-Fresno McKay Education 325 Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Tests of Gravity Below 50 Microns Effect of Methionine Oxidations on Parkinson-Linked UCH-L1 Protein Holly , Humboldt State University Deubiquitinating Activity Soe Thein, Emory University Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Thermally Assisted Laser-Induced Fluorescence of Atomic Sodium Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Steven Barton, Montana State University-Billings Expression of Endocannabinoid Biosynthesizing Enzymes in Hippocampal CA1 Neurons Ryan Williamson, Brigham Young University

72 Oral Session 3: Thursday 1:10-2:30

Political Science Sociology Elizabeth Hall 104 Elizabeth Hall 115 Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Credibility and Accountability: The Effect of Publication on NGO Effect of Surroundings on Competitive Metrics Willingness to be Evaluated Ira Hall, Ben Gerald, Utah Valley University Daniel Walker, Megan Spencer, Brigham Young University Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Efforts of the Hmong Human Rights Movement to Pass the Hmong EPA and Superfund Cleanup: The Case of Omaha, NE and Veterans Nationalization Act Implications Beyond Mychoua Vang, Alverno College Jordan Heiliger, University of Nebraska-Kearney Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Food Pantry Dilemma: Understanding the Need for Nutritional Value Family Size: A Comprehensive Study of the Factors that Influence in Emergency Food Provided in a Down Economy Family Size Amy Anderson, Bridgewater State University Mathew Laidlaw, Black Hills State University Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Hijacking Agency: Social Stigma, Medical Expertise, and the Hacktivism and Cybercrime: The Persecution of WikiLeaks Production of the Medicalized Master Status Adam , Black Hills State University Sebastian Pope, Western Carolina University Psychology McKay Education 317 Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Breaking Up is Hard to Do: Gender and Sex-type Differences in Types of Social Support Sought After Break-up Brooke Brown, University of Nebraska-Kearney

Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Can Mindfulness Actually Make College Students Less Stressed? Loren Deron, Gettysburg College

Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Cognitive Effects of Video Games on Older Adults Jessica Le, St. Edwards University

Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. College Adaptation among Traditional and Non-Traditional College Students Sofia Fernandez, Boise State University

McKay Education 319 Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. The Effects of Passive Media on Altering Sustainable Attitudes Shauna Stoeger, Tehya Rice, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. The Effects of Secularization on Burnout Rates among Urban Ministers Katherine Wilson, Capital University

Thursday 1:50-2:10 p.m. The Effects of Self-Efficacy, Academic Self-Efficacy, and Course Engagement Among College Students Hannah K. Vontz, Destinee Nelson, University of Nebraska-Kearney

Thursday 2:10-2:30 p.m. The Extent to Which “Death and Disgust” Thoughts Influence Recall in Survival Processing Scenarios Melanie Kramer, Union College Social Work Elizabeth Hall 116 Thursday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Effects of Prisoner Location on Visitation Patterns Anjannette Monroe, Boise State University

Thursday 1:30-1:50 p.m. The Experiences of Latter-Day Saint Women with Depression Andrea Austin, Danna Lindemann, Utah Valley University 73 Oral Session 4:Thursday 2:40-4:00

African American Studies Biological Engineering Elizabeth Hall 118 McKay Education 233 Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Missing in Action: A Triangulative Analysis of the Causes and Effects Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis vs. Pre-natal Genetic Screening: of the Rise in Gangs and Youth Genocide in Harlem Using the Social A Closer Look at Down Syndrome and the Ethics Involved Learning and Social Contract Theories Jacqueline Mannino, Oakland University Kandice Purdy, Howard University Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Using Mycelium as a Matrix for Binding Natural Fibers and as Core The Divine Nine: A Qualitative Analysis of the Effectiveness of Filler Material in Sustainable Composites Intercollegiate Black Greek Letter Organizations Employing the Benjamin Bucinell, Union College Social Learning Theory Jarvis Seegars, Howard University Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Visualization and Characterization of the Pseudomonas aeruginosa Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Biofilm Matrix with Fluorescent Staining The Effects of Black Radio on the African American Community in Melis Penic, Montana State University-Bozeman the 1940s-1970s and the New Millennium: A Qualitative Analysis Using the Cultivation Analysis Theory Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Marcia Jennings, Howard University Biomechanics of Early S-Looping Kevin Chico, Union College Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Life and Legacy of Ernest E. Just: Justified Existence in Medicine Erik O’Neal, Arizona State University-Tempe Biology McKay Education 207 Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Anthropology & Archeology Comparative Genetics of the Wolbachia Endosymbiont Associated Elizabeth Hall 107 with Great Salt Lake Brine Flies Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Amanda Truong, Weber State University Life from the Line: An Ethnographic Study of Soup Kitchens on the Delmarva Peninsula Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Megan Snyder, Salisbury University Composition of the Canopy and Seedbank of Haw River Riparian Forests with a Focus on Invasive Species Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Lora Sigmon, Elon University Measuring Maya Politics: Demographic Research on Ancient Community Relations Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Jacob Welch, University of Kentucky Conditioned Taste Aversion Elicited by Synthetic Cannabinoid JWH- 018 in Mice is Attenuated by Pretreatment with Phytocannabinoid Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Delta9-THC Secondary Analysis of Human Skeletal Remains from Altenburg William Hyatt, Hendrix College Cemetery David Stock, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Degeneration of an Ancient Red Algal Group II Intron Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Jaicee Post, University of Nebraska-Kearney Eradication of the Notion of the Past: The Impacts of Communication Technology on our Perceptions of Memory and Time McKay Education 239 Sophia Chawala, Ithaca College Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. The Effect of Visual Aids on Peripheral Vision Art History Britton Adams, University of Central Oklahoma Elizabeth Hall 305 Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. The Effects of Hypoxia Inducible Factor Alpha on Renal Cell Massachusetts the Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) as a Apoptosis Heterotopic Site Donald Doukas, Adelphi University Anne Johnson, Colgate University Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Thursday, 3:00-3:20 p.m. The Effects of Ultraviolet Radiation on Tissue Regeneration Mondrian Madness: Fashioning Modernism in 1965 Danielle Chambers, Ferris State University Caitlyn Hoglund, Lawrence University Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Bactericidal Properties of Lactoferrin Our God is a Consuming Fire: Portrayals of Fire in Gothic Art and Sheryl John, Adelphi University Architecture Cathryn Isert, Brigham Young University Cell & Molecular Biology Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. McKay Education 219 Re-thinking Iconography in Ancient Art: A Case Study on Museo Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia Vase 24247 Developing Kinetic Genotype-Phenotype Correlations for Missense Victoria Doose, Elon University Point Mutations in Human Protein O-Linked Mannose [beta]-1,2 N-Acetylglucosaminyltransferase (POMGnT1) Samuel Hempel, University of Georgia

74 Oral Session 4: Thursday 2:40-4:00

Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Effects of Heavy Metals on Proliferation and Neuronal Ecology & Organismal Biology Differentiation of Embryonic Stem Cells McKay Education 227 Mark Gutierrez, Dominican University of California Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Hind Limb Muscle Fiber Type Composition of North American Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Raptors Evaluating the Role of Cellular Swelling in Glutamine’s Induction of Brayden Jensen, Weber State University Heat Shock Proteins Diana Stutzman, Valparaiso University Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Modeling Carnivore Sign Data: A Case Study with the Carnivore Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Guild in a Ranch in Eastern Montana Identifying and Characterizing l(3)7E103, A Gene Required for Tor Bertin, Montana State University-Bozeman Dorsal Closure in Drosophila Melanogaster Nancy Ann Little, University of Utah Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Molecular Phylogenetic Reconstruction of the Neotropical Cucumber Gurania Chemistry Adam Longwich, Ithaca College Wattis 103 Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Elucidation of a Terpene Synthase Mechanism by Use of Hetero Monitoring and Quantifying Zostera Marina and Ruppia Maritime Analogs for Carbocation Intermediates using New Hydroacoustic Mapping Technology James Annand, Kevin Litwin, Ithaca College Sean Towers, Richard Stockton College

Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Heterogeneous Mixing in Nanoconfined Solutions Economics Rita Okumu, Westminster College Wattis 117 Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Examining the Impact of Taxation on Well-Being across OECD Hofmeister Anion Effects on the Phase Behaviors of PEO-PPO-PEO Countries Triblock Copolymers Nan Li, Lafayette College Branden Deyerle, James Madison University Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Externalities and Systemic Failure: A Common Law and Property Communications Rights Based Solution Elizabeth Hall 315 Aaron Batteen, Boise State University Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Jack L. Cooper: African American Radio Pioneer Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Sydney Stover, University of Montevallo Factors that Contribute to a Child’s BMI; the Role of Food, Family and Exercise Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Clarissa Brown, Lafayette College Kaffeekultur: An Ethnography of Communication in a Multicultural Meeting Space Katherine Peters, Juniata College Education McKay Education 104 Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Michael Vick’s Dogfighting Case: Ramifications on Media Coverage Blogging in Undergraduate Courses: A Potentially Powerful Tool for of Pit Bulls & Dogfighting Self-Directed Learning Rebecca Pickens, Eastern Kentucky University Ariel Szuch, Brigham Young University

Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Pastoralism, Populism, and American Conservatism: From Wallace Are Weighted or Unweighted High School Grade Point Averages to the Tea Party Better Indicators of College Success? Marcy Weber, Ithaca College Michael K. Slade, Chanel Nagaishi, Utah Valley University

Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Computer Science Bilingual Education Comparative Study: The United States and Costa Wattis 104 Rica Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Abby Heider, Elmhurst College PICS: Platform Independent Cloud Scripting Kelly Smith, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. A Comparative Analysis on the Effects of Public Charter Schools Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. vs. Public Schools in the District of Columbia Using Functional, Practical Experience in Systems Development Interaction and Organizational Theories and Triangulative Thomas Billotte, California University of Pennsylvania Methodology Darrell Jones, Howard University Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. The Human Power Project McKay Education 116 Christopher Bauer, Brockport Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Tiger PRIDE: Mobilizing Community Partnerships to Improve Pedagogical Skills of Pre-Service PE Teachers Codi , Lindsay Sasaki, Ellen Barton, University of the Pacific

75 Oral Session 4:Thursday 2:40-4:00

Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. To What Extent Are the Foundations of the Indian Boarding School Our Future Ambiguity: A Discussion of Poetry’s Broadening Sexual System and the Urban School System that Serve Latina/o Students Definitions Identical? Emilie Arseneault, Union College Cynthia Aguas-Fernández, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Painting with Words: The Influence of Wordsworth and on A Critical Analysis of Private, Public and Home Schools and Their Plein Air Painters Effects on African American Females and Males Compared to Summer Mosgofian Barry, Dixie State College of Utah Their Racial Counterparts, Using Sexual Difference and Functional Theories Elizabeth Hall 218 Shonte Parrish, Howard University Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Victorian Scheherazades: Frame Narrative in Wuthering Heights Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall Frequency and Perceptions of Dodgeball in the School Environment Brittany Blake, Dominican University of California Anastasia Carlson, Western Carolina University Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Viewing Bible as Literature through a Gnostic Lens: Allegory in Engineering/Engineering Technology Philip K. Dick’s The Divine Invasion Wattis 113 Benjamin Winter, Truman State University Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. IMU Drift Reduction Using Singular Value Decomposition Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Heath Larner, Kapiolani Community College Wasteland, Sacrifice, and the Nuclear Landscape Cory Robinson, University of Utah Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Innovating from the Front: A Methodology for Developing Effective Disruptive Innovations Environmental Studies & Sciences Nicolas Starck-King, United States Military Academy Wattis 114 Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Plastic Soup: The First Steps to Cleaning Up Our Oceans Investigation of Electrolyte Crossover in Vanadium Redox Flow Jessica Hurlbut, Western Carolina University Batteries Arvind Kalidindi, Drexel University Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Residues of Endosulfan Isomers on Pepper and Melon Plants Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Kyla Ross, Kentucky State University Investigation of the Sensor Properties of Two-Dimensional Graphene Sheets Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Nathaniel Carson, Montana State University-Bozeman Spatial Analysis of Demographic and RFID Data in Mecklenburg County English Alma Beciragic, Queens University of Charlotte Elizabeth Hall 215 Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. The Effects of Environmental Concentration of Bisphenol-A on the A Comparative Study of Academic Writing Instruction Mentum Deformities of Midge Fly Larvae (Chironomus tentans) Bethany Bibb, University of Utah Noel Galuschik, Westminster College

Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. A Formalist Approach to Steven Millhauser’s “In The Penny Arcade” Geography & Earth Sciences Joseph Santoli, Truman State University Wattis 105 Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Magnetic Prospecting for Halloysite Clay and Copper Deposits in the A Wizard of Their Age: Critical Essays from the Harry Potter East Tintic Mining District, Central Utah Generation Micheal Alexander, Preston Colledge, Utah Valley University Rachel Armstrong, Sarah Wente, Evan Gaydos, St. Catherine University-St. Paul Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Smart Growth Applications on the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Amanda Baker, JaLeesa Tate, Salisbury University Anthem and the Search For the Mean Stephen Watts, Utah Valley University Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. The Classical Death Pose as a Function of Aqueous Depostion Elizabeth Hall 217 Alicia Cutler, Brigham Young University Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Native American Children’s Literature: Issues and Inquiries Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Jennifer Ackerman, Elmhurst College A Study of Large-Scale Surface Fluxes, Processes and Heavy Precipitation Associated with Land Falling Tropical Storm Lee over Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Gulf of Mexico using Remote Sensing and Satellite Data Natural Law in the Tragedy of King Lear Warith Abdullah, Jackson State University Erin Carter, University of South Florida

76 Oral Session 4: Thursday 2:40-4:00

Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Health Sciences & Public Health Non-Medical Use of Stimulant Medication Among College Students: McKay Education 330 An Optional Randomized Response Technique Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Jennifer Figueroa, University of North Carolina-Greensboro Knowledge and Perceptions of Cord Blood Donation among Pregnant Women Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Kathy Curtis, Tyler Jacob, Mary Haws, Weber State University People, Relationships & the Institution: The Effect of Mediation as an Alternative Dispute Resolution Program at Utah Valley University to Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Enhance Performance of the Organization and Its Employees Living with Ogden Syndrome Andrea Ibanez, Utah Valley University Cortney Black, Danielle Schwab, Weber State University

Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. International Studies Perception of Ideal Body Weight Using BMI Standards in Men and Elizabeth Hall 106 Women Exercise Science Students Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Ryan Spiardi, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania Improving International Compliance to Eliminate Human Trafficking History Steven Garza, St Norbert College Elizabeth Hall 203 Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. International Human Rights: A Comparative Study of Chile and Textuality, Sexuality, and Obscenity Law: An Examination of the Argentina’s “Desaparecidos” Trial of Allen Ginsberg’s “Howl” and Cold War Culture Bridget O’Shaughnessy, Hendrix College Samantha Groark, Xavier University Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Lasting Impacts of Corruption: An Analysis on Income Inequality The Birth of a West Indian Identity in following the Notting and Education Spending Hill Racial Riots, 1954-1965 Alyssa Carlson, American University Annis Rachel Sands, Dartmouth College Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Legacy of the Dayton Peace Accords The Divided House: Examining the Collapse of Pennsylvania’s Nevena Pehar, University of South Florida Republican Majority through the Trey Price, Susquehanna University Kinesiology & Exercise Science Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. McKay Education 006 The Evolution of Crusading Rhetoric Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Jamin Dabkowski, Hendrix College A Comparative Analysis of Prioritizing Professional Behavior between Undergraduate Students of Exercise Science at Utah Valley Elizabeth Hall 204 University vs. Future Employers Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Paige Denney, Utah Valley University A Critique of Ernst Nolte: Nazism as a Transcendental Metapolitical Phenomenon Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Emily Long, Appalachian State University Body Composition of Older Adults: Muscular Power TaNiqua Ward, University of Central Oklahoma Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. A Cultural Historical Examination of John Locke’s Economic Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Philosophy and Individualism Exploring Barriers to Physical Activity Participation Following Stroke Jonathan Shales, Seattle University Recovery Capre Yates, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. A House Divided: Women’s Activism in the Minnesota Labor Movement, 1900-1935 Law & Legal Studies Ryan Tate, Hamline University Elizabeth Hall 105 Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Preserving Georgia’s Waterways: Tackling Interbasin Transfer in A Legacy Restored: A Study of the Public Perception of Oscar Wilde Georgia Over Time Pranay Udutha, University of Georgia Sarah Lavender, Eastern Kentucky University Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. The Eleventh Judicial Circuit Criminal Mental Health Project: Room Interdisciplinary Studies for Improvement? Wattis 115 Marlene Palomo, Florida International University Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Mayan Healing Remedies Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Jacob Larsen, Weber State University Judicial Recognition of Colorism: How Can U.S. Courts Acknowledge Intra-Ethnic Employment Discrimination? Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Katrina Goodjoint, Seattle University Measuring Methods: Self-Efficacy in Writing Among Westminster First-Year College Students Leslie Brown, Westminster College

77 Oral Session 4:Thursday 2:40-4:00

Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. How Ethnicity and Social Class Determine Immigrant Status in the Management United States: A Qualitative Comparison of Haitians and Cubans Wattis 116 Using the Egalitarian Theory Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Ashley Ashby, Howard University Outrunning the Bear: The Effect of Group Dynamics on the Creation of More Secure Passwords Linguistics & World Languages Lee J Hinkle, Brigham Young University Elizabeth Hall 316 Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Quick Jelling: Role Crafting in the Opening Routines of Virtual No Funeral for Words Meetings Kiera Durfee, Dixie State College of Utah Lyndon Garrett, Brigham Young University

Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. The Purpose of Language: Sign Language as Empowerment Vocal Artifacts: A Video-Based Study of the Appropriation and , Xavier University Articulation of Material Objects in Employment Interviews Emily Warren, Brigham Young University Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Trailing Breadcrumbs: Finding Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm in Modern Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Culture Women Tell All: Women’s Perception of the Impact of Feminine Em Rademaker, North Central College Leadership Characteristics Rachel Chazanovitz, Providence College Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Relatively Literal: Translation as a Rhizome Mariah Marconi, Drake University Marketing Wattis 119 Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Literature Personality and Competitive Antecedents of Sales Performance; A Elizabeth Hall 219 Structural Model Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Adam Webb, Jarrod Heiner, Jorge Miramontes, Spencer Petty, Utah Empowering the “Other” in Joseph Conrad’s The Secret Agent: A Valley University Cultural Materialist Analysis of Autism Spectrum Disorders Lorna Larson, Utah Valley University Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Philanthropy Based Learning Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Luke Conrad, University of Nebraska-Kearney Failing in the Phantasmagoria: Examining Identity Occupation in Kafka’s Fiction Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Jacob Day, Utah Valley University Pixeldots Studios: An Innovative Approach to Graphic Design and Fine Art Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Laura Heckt, Jacksonville University Ghosts and Memory in Gabriel Conroy’s Dublin: A Cognitive Reading of James Joyce’s “The Dead” Mary Williams, Hunter College Mathematics Wattis 106 Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Grief and Sympathy in Walden and Thoreau’s Spring of Resurrection Bond Percolation Threshold Bounds for Lattices with Generators with Kelsey Swindler, Wittenberg University Four Boundary Vertices: Theoretical Aspects Alexander Nathan, Johns Hopkins University Elizabeth Hall 220 Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. “You’re Kind of Gay, Aren’t You?”: The Crisis of Male Friendship in Effective Service and Experiential Learning in College Mathematics The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian for STEM Education Blake London, Southern Utah University Rebecca Jaros, St. Catherine University-St. Paul

Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Blasphemy and Eternal Life in Unamuno’s Short Novel, San Manuel Elliptic Curves, Feistel Networks, and the Design of E-DES Bueno Martyr Alyssa Bowden, Loyola Marymount University Angela Villeda, Kean University Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Exploring Phylogenetic Relationships in Drosophila using Ciliate Power Play In the Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet Operations Christina Fifer, Black Hills State University Anna Nelson, Boise State University

Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. When Emotion Fails: Exploring the Role of Non-Verbal Music Communication in Kafka’s The Castle Elizabeth Hall 304 Stefany Hedman, Utah Valley University Thrusday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Marketing the Traditional in a Globalized World: Chinese Instruments and the 12 Girls Band Kendra Van Nyhuis, University of South Dakota

78 Oral Session 4: Thursday 2:40-4:00

Thursday, 3:00-3:20 p.m. Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Meat, Gravy, and Ionization: the Controversial Music of Edgard Creating and Controlling an Array of Magnetic Nanowires using Varèse and Frank Zappa Magnetotactic Bacteria Brannon Kling, Appalachian State University Timothy Horton, Xavier University

Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Philosophy of Music: A Comparison of Musical Ideas in the Ancient Detecting Trace Impurities in Dark Matter Detectors using Cavity and Baroque Periods Ring-down Spectroscopy Rebecca Lautier, Western Carolina University Gregory Serfling, Black Hills State University

Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Wattis 112 Re-interpreting Don Giovanni: Modern Audiences and ’s Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Masterpiece Time of Flight Detector for the Superhigh Momentum Spectrometer Christopher Burrus, Valparaiso University at Jefferson Laboratory Matthew , James Madison University

Neuroscience Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. McKay Education 325 ZBLAN Glass: Improving Medical Imaging with Europium Doped Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. HoF3 and SrCl2 Based Storage Phosphors Multisensory Neurons in the Intermediate Layers of Rat Superior Lydia Brothers, Andrea Eastes, Western Kentucky University Colliculus Marcus Collins, Appalachian State University Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Thermodynamic Stability of a Bi-Layer of Copper Nitride on Cu(100) Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Surface Prolonged Low Level Exposure to Black Mold Impairs Learning and Izaak Williamson, Boise State University Memory, but Not the Formation of New Neurons in the Adult Mouse Brain Erin Williams, Macaulay Honors College at Queens College-CUNY Political Science Elizabeth Hall 104 Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Therapeutic Potential of Blocking Dynamin-Related Protein-1 (Drp1) Fleeing North: An Examination of U.S. Asylum and Refugee Policy Function in the R6/2 Mouse Model of Huntington’s Disease towards Nicaraguans Jonathan Grima, University of Rochester Anthony Jensen, Saint John’s University

Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Transient Receptor Potential Vanilloid 1 Agonists Modulate From Nobel Peace Prize Recipient to War Hero: An In-Depth Analysis Hippocampal CA1 LTP via the GABAergic System of the Contradictory War Policies of President Testing Andrew Wallmann, Brigham Young University the Pacifist Theory Shakei Haynes, Howard University

Philosohpy & Ethics Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Elizabeth Hall 117 Human Right?: Access and the Future of the Global Internet Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Kellye Coleman, Elon University Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, and Teenage Angst Christaugh Rochel, Hamline University Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Law of Diminishing Returns Applied to Presidential Rhetoric Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Megan Green, Xavier University Locations for Humanization: Restorative Practices in the Juvenile Justice System Lacey Davidson, Wittenberg University Psychology McKay Education 317 Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Phenomenology and Robotics: Making the Phenomenological Case Career Decision-Making Self-Efficacy among College Students with for Embodiment in Robotics Symptoms of ADD Charles Dickson, Seattle University Charlotte Tomevi, Boise State University

Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Placebo Administration to Depressed Patients: An Analysis of the Cognitive Inhibition in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and OC Ethics of Placebos in Clinical Practice Spectrum Conditions Sahil Aggarwal, Virginia Commonwealth University Dagong Ran, Kali McDonnell, Braelyn Grinwald, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Physics Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Wattis 110 Common Experiences Among Victims of Reported Residential Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Burglaries Characterizing the Movement of Grains in a 2D Rotating Drum with Nora Rascon, University of Northern Colorado Imposed Vibrations Nora Swisher, James Madison University Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Comparisons of the Effects of Monolingual and Bilingual Exposure Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. on Executive Functioning Among Neurodevelopmentally Vulnerable Cosmic-ray Shielding Simulations for the Majorana Project Children Austin Ankney, Timothy Berguson, Juniata College Teresa Hermodson-Olsen, St. Catherine University-St. Paul

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McKay Education 319 Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. The Impact of ADHD in the Workplace Michelle Johns, University of Memphis

Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. The Impact of Non-Specific Anxiety Disorders on Initial Jail Adjustment Adam Conway, Ryan Duncan, Eastern Washington University

Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. The Importance of Trial Ambiguity: Understanding the Influence of Pretrial Publicity on Jurors’ Decisions and Emotions Jami Worley, University of South Florida

Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. The Most Hypermasculine Men: A Clinical Profile Sabra Dunn, Central Connecticut State University Sociology Elizabeth Hall 115 Thursday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Gender and Sexuality: Normalizing the Deviance in Fanfiction Communities Dianna Fielding, Hamline University

Thursday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Gender, Sexuality, and Language Usage: A Synchronic Analysis Using Biological and Linguistic Relativity Theories Jameshia Durham, Howard University

Thursday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Hmong American Food and Health Knowledge in Minnesota Panyia Kong, St. Catherine University-St. Paul

Thursday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Is it Worth the Sweat?: A Natural Experiment on Employment and Worker’s Rights Caused by Sweatshops in Santa Ana and San Miguel, El Salvador Rachel Boyell, James Madison University

80 Oral Session 5: Friday 8:30-9:50

Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Anthropology & Archeology Ecological Speciation of the Eurosta Solidaginis Population on Elizabeth Hall 107 Solidago Gigantea Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Emily Kalkbrenner, University of Minnesota-Duluth The Wari Empire: Research on Patterns of Violence through Cranial Analysis in the Callejon de Huaylas Valley, Peru Friday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Jessica Pantel, North Central College Effects of Denervation on Zebra Finch Syringeal Muscles Linsey Christensen, Weber State University Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. The Expressive and Social Functions of Food in the Construction of McKay Education 239 Identity of African American Students at a Predominantly White Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. University The Phylogenetic Relationships of Families within Class Ophiuroidea Lauren Needell, Elon University Shannon Rose, Abilene Christian University

Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Post-socialist Mongolia: Examining Socioeconomic Disparity in a The Relationship between Individual Personality and Everyday Capitalist Democracy Behavioral Activity Budget of Eastern Chipmunks, Tamias striatus Ashely McSpadden, Eastern Washington University Kelsey MacKellar, Dylan O’Leary, Ithaca College

Friday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Sexually Explicit Lyrics and their Influence on Jamaican Adolescents’ Use of Diagnositc Bones to Identify Bull Trout in Piscivore Stomachs Perceptions and Attitudes about Sex Aaron Stroud, Eastern Washington University Donica Spence, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Friday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Adaptive Functional Morphology of the (Poecilia reticulata) Architecture & Interior Design Jaw Elizabeth Hall 306 Ryan Bedi, University of California-Riverside Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Mankind and the Earth: Issues of Sustainability at Post World War II Expositions Cell & Molecular Biology Melissa Jensen, Norwich University McKay Education 219 Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. SLE Risk Gene IRF5: A Translational Analysis Environmental Influence on Refugees Jared , Rodney Till, Brigham Young University Valerie Maxfield, Weber State University Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. The Effects of Carbaryl on the Development of the Nervous System Impact of Counseling Environments on Domestic Abuse Victims in Zebrafish (Danio rerio) Embryos Christina Allen Weber State University Elizabeth Schock, Wittenberg University

Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Art History The Visualization and Localization of Glycogen in Caki-2 Renal Elizabeth Hall 305 Carcinoma Cells Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Briana Lundbeck, Utah Valley University Retablos: Revealing the Legacy of the Spanish Inquisition through Religious Artifacts Friday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Mary Jachetti, Temple University- Campus Utilization of Functional Genomics to Study Regulation of Chlorophyll Biosynthetic Pathways in the Unicellular Green Alga Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Chlamydomonas reinhardtii Satire in The Triumph of Death: Peter and Humanism Kathryn Lankford, University of West Georgia Susan Gisselberg, University of Kentucky

Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Chemistry Shake off the Law: Graffiti and Feminism Wattis 103 Rebecca Pursley, Truman State University Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Models of Cadmium Absorption by Parsley Friday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Brittany Johnson, University of Wisconsin-Stout Space, Function, and Experience in the Museum: The Barnes Foundation Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Hilary Strimple, Wittenberg University Nanocrystalline Magnesium Oxide-Stabilized Palladium (0): Heterogeneous Catalyst for Selective Reduction of Nitro Compounds in Aqueous Media Biology Margaret Legan, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater McKay Education 207 Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Divergence of Arkansas Queen snakes, Regina septemvittata from Perchlorates on Mars: Implications for the Detection of Organics on Populations East of the Mississippi River Mars Adam Legg, Hendrix College Daniel Pacheco, San Jose State University

Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Does Chytrid Fungus Kill Canyon Tree Frogs in Zion National Park? Jacki Mertin, Crystal Burtis, Heather Jorgensen, Alexander Nelsen, Brigham Young University 81 Oral Session 5:Friday 8:30-9:50

Friday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Unusual Oxygenated Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids from Caloscypha Willingness to Pay for a Sustainability Center on Campus: Use of the fulgens Contingent Valuation Method Daniel Garner, Utah Valley University AiLun Guo, Weber State University Communications Engineering Elizabeth Hall 315 Wattis 113 Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Selling the Interstate Highway System: American Security and the The Kinetics of Denitrifying Bacteria Frame of Safety in Time Magazine Advertisements, 1953-1954 Brian Peacock, Lafayette College Lauren Kolodrubetz, Elon University Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Understanding the Concept of Shear Locking for Proper Bending The “Forgotten Mourners”: An Evaluation of Communicative Coping and Fatigue Analysis of a Cantilever Beam with Applications to Wind Mechanisms in Sibling Survivors of Suicide Turbine Blades Ashley Matthys, Luther College Saleh Tafesh, Eastern Washington University

Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. The Agenda-Setting Functions of Higher Education of a Local Use of Taconite Tailings in Asphalt Mixtures to Reduce Regional University in Two Regional Local Newspapers Environmental Impacts of Pavement Infrastructure DeOren Robinson, University of Central Oklahoma Justin Baker, University of Minnesota-Duluth

Friday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Computer Science Quantitative Comparison of Computational Fluid Dynamics and MRI Wattis 104 Velocity Values in an in-vitro Aneurysm Model Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Amos Cao, East Carolina University Applying Genetic Algorithms to the 2D Hydrophobic-Polar Protein Model Adam Smith, Simpson College English Elizabeth Hall 215 Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Multidimensional Disruptions: The Convergence of Multiple Based on a “True” Story Disruptive Innovations and the Effect on Multiple Markets Rachel Rueckert, Brigham Young University Samuel Lough, United States Military Academy Friday 8:50-9:10 p.m. Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Behind the Front: Nurses as Narrators of Battle Music Composition with Genetic Algorithms Rachel Smolinski, Hamline University Keaton Smith, Western Kentucky University Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Born Behind Barbwire: Origins and Attributes of the FOB Lyric Economics AJ Meulemans, Hamline University-St. Paul Wattis 117 Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Friday 9:30-9:50 a.m. The Effectiveness of Precious Metals and Commodities in Hedging Bullies, Books, and Broomsticks: Portrayals of Education in British Inflation and American Boarding School Stories Eric McKee, North Central College Katherine Spruill, Elon University

Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Elizabeth Hall 217 The Impact of Payroll Tax Brackets and Rates on Sustaining a Strong Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Social Security System in the U.S. Parallel Calvin Cooper, Capital University Mette , Southern Utah University

Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. The Impact of U.S. News and World Report Hospital Rankings on Policing the Police and the Body in South African Fiction Patient Volume Anne Kuenzie, Hamline University Morgan Reibman, Lafayette College Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Friday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Possibility and Steinbeck’s “Perfectibility”: An Exploration of the The National Football League Quarterback: Predicting Success Functions of Fiction Through Collegiate Production Dahne Davis, Utah Valley University Robert Gibson, Hamline University Friday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Wattis 119 Puritan Cultural Software: Anne Bradstreet’s Subtle Push to Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Reprogram Her Society Artificial Labor Markets with a Natural Return on Investment: A Elizabeth Johnson, Black Hills State University Case Study of the JobsNOW Wage Subsidy Program Bivett Brackett, University of California-Davis

Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Microfinance Institution in Uganda Mengyao Jiang, Yuesi Wu, Weber State University

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Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Environmental Studies & Sciences and Humans in the Eyes of the Law Wattis 114 Ezra Neal, Hendrix College Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Natural and Chelate-Assisted Phytoremediation of Cadmium (Cd) by Friday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Myriophyllum spicatum (Eurasian Water Milfoil) Beyond Said: Medieval Orientalism and the Far East Samantha Weston, Westminster College J. Lucien Houle, University of North Florida

Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. The Yagua: Environmental Threats and the Path towards Legal International Studies Recognition Elizabeth Hall 106 Dana Mekler, Florida International University Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Old Sport, New Game: The Commercialization of Soccer Today Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Edgar Anaya, Hamline University Water Quality Analysis–Qatar Muhamad Chbib, Wayne State University Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Privatizing Sovereignty: A Study on the Political Impacts of Private Military Companies Health Sciences & Public Health Connor Kempton, Hendrix College McKay Education 330 Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. ? Przeszczepiac albo nie przeszczepiac?: To Transplant or Not Public Memories of Slavery in Contemporary Zanzibar to Transplant? A Quantitative Approach to How Health Science Morgan Shelburne, Hendrix College Students in Poland Approach Questions of Transplantation Michael Chrusciel, Wayne State University Literature Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Elizabeth Hall 219 A Prediction Model for DCD Donors in Organ Donation Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Jonathan Harrison, Heather Thiesset, Andrew Redd, Michael Hemingway’s & Fitzgerald’s Quests for Greatness Whittaker, University of Utah Samantha Glassford, Georgian Court University

Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. An Examination of the Relationship between Personality and Homicidal Heirs: A Comparative Analysis of Mordred, Son of King Intended Bicycle Helmet Use Arthur, and Absalom, Son of King David Siera Ramsey, Truman State University Kristen Vander-Plas, Lubbock Christian University

Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. History Xiangtu Xiaorenwu: Taiwanese Cultural Identity in Huang Elizabeth Hall 203 Chunming’s Short Stories Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Cherry Huang, City College of New York The History of Community Gardening and its Impact on Sustainability, Particularly in Public School Community Garden Friday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Programs Interpreting the Character of Lancelot in Chrétien de Troyes’ Le Mary Brennan Finnie, Bridgewater State University Chevalier de la Charrete Esther Bernstein, City College of New York Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. The History of the Western’s Saddle Evolution into a Symbolic Art Object Management Kelsey Lindquist, Weber State University Wattis 116 Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Theory at Work: Exploring Service Operations at a Retailer The Hybridization of Peacekeeping: The United Nations Mission to Jarred R. Blumensheid, Christa Alvich, Capital University Liberia Revisited Daniel Owens, Hope College Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Conceptions of Crisis Management: The Analysis of Pharmaceutical Friday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Companies in Germany, Japan, and the United States The Last Gasp of a Dying Empire: Why the French Recolonized Davina Schaetz, College of Saint Benedict Indochina after World War II Matthew Willis, Truman State University Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Competitiveness and Ethics: A Multi-Dimensional Examination Elizabeth Hall 204 Jarem Atkinson, Odette Mura, Utah Valley University Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. A Reflection of Jewish Immigration to the United States for the Duration of and Post WWII (1938-1950) Mathematics Hilary Birch, Utah Valley University Wattis 106 Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Straightline Hanoi Accounting for History: How Misunderstanding Numbers Can Lisa Kaylor, Westminster College Change History Kip Kay, University of Utah

83 Oral Session 5:Friday 8:30-9:50

Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. The Rising Price of Tuition: An Analysis of the Increasing Tuition at Ereshkigal Rises: My Original Poetry of Mythology and Personal Myth the University of Minnesota–Duluth Heather Duncan, Utah Valley University Matt Ploenzke, University of Minnesota-Duluth Friday 9:10-9:300 a.m. Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Operation Hippocrates: A Novel on Medical Ethics Cwatset Theory Jessica Frey, Lafayette College Jennifer Johnson, Black Hills State University Friday 9:30-9:50 a.m. That’s What She Said: Essays by a Woman Defying Decency Music Lacey Conley, University of Evansville Elizabeth Hall 304 Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Singing the Chinese Blues: A Cultural Analysis of the Advent of Political Science Yellow Music Elizabeth Hall 104 Alex McKamie, Truman State University Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Legislating the American Brothel: Prostitution Policy in Nevada Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Katherine Moran, Hendrix College Steel Drums as an Alternative to the Piano in the Field of Music Theory Pedagogy 8:50-9:10 a.m. John Boatright, Appalachian State University Legislative Impact on Pharmaceutical Advertising Practices and Consumer Attitudes in the United States and Peru Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Margaret Darling, Luther College The Battle of Booth & the Balladeer in Sondheim and Weidman’s “Assassins” Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Sean Geizer, Youngstown State University Modernization and Sovereign Debt Crises: The Case of Greece Jonathan Bennett, University of Memphis Friday 9:30-9:50 a.m. The Effect of Music Education on Social and Political Liberalism in Friday 9:30-9:50 a.m. High School and College Students Myth of South Korean Anti-Americanism? Alexander Alberti, Appalachian State University Jee Seun Choi, Notre Dame University

Elizabeth Hall 105 Philosophy & Ethics Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Elizabeth Hall 117 Why People Don’t Vote Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Klay Bingham, Weber State University Projectivism and the Moral Relevance of Disgust Robert Ferrari, Hamline University Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Ending the Slave Trade and Slavery in the British Empire: An Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Explanatory Case Study Utilizing Qualitative Methodology and Saying and Showing in the Tractatus Stratification and Class Theories Christofer Koch, Eastern Washington University Jon-Michael Washington, Howard University

Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Shame and Disgust The Politics of RSFs: The Antidote to Reversing the Resource Curse in Samuel Carter, Xavier University Latin America? Sarah Gagnon, Union College Physics Wattis 110 Psychology Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. McKay Education 317 Methods to Determine Neutrino Flux at Low Energies: Investigation Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. of the Low Nu Method Describing Dwight: Examining Levels of Abstraction in Written and Ulascan Sarica, University of Rochester Spoken Language Austin MacKenzie, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Determining the Order of Importance of Six Geometric Parameters Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Related to Heat Exchangers for Thermoacoustic Prime Movers Does Every Day Exercise Predict Better Task-Switching Performance? Michael Jorgensen, Utah Valley University Michelle Bryant, Wayne State University

Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Development of a Dust Injection System for a Complex Plasma Drinking Age and Drinking Practices: A Cross Cultural Study Joseph Shaw, Auburn University Kristin Witcher, Hendrix College

Friday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Poetry & Creative Writing Effects of a Nature-Based Enrichment Program on Preschoolers’ Self- Elizabeth Hall 220 Efficacy Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. John Vanderveen, Ryan Cotter, Kelsey Hawkins, Amanda Schab, Empty Houses: Textural Poetry that Explores the Internal Spaces of Sara Dykstra, Ann Frisella, Gabriel Casher, Hope College Self Brenda Johnson, Utah Valley University

84 Oral Session 5: Friday 8:30-9:50

McKay Education 319 Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Staging Signification: The Role of the Dramaturg as Social The Relationships among Body Dissatisfaction, Relationship Beliefs, Commentator in Michael Barakiva’s Zona Rosa Project and Social Interactions with Peers: A Study of Male and Female Christina Novakov-, University of California-Davis College Students Kelly Little, Elon University Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. The World of Puppetry Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Jenelle Bartelt, University of Minnesota-Duluth The Role of the Frontal Lobe in Opposite Sex Evaluations and Mating Decisions Jennifer Lenow, Hendrix College

Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. The Testing Effect and Environmental Context-Dependent Memory Markeya Dubbs, University of Nebraska-Kearney

Friday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Time Perception and Emotional Regulation Ty Hume, Eastern Washington University Religious Studies Elizabeth Hall 205 Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. “But How Do You Know?”: Knowledge in the Prophets Lost in Translation Caroline Springer, Virginia Commonwealth University

Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. (Pseudo) Dionysian: Is Negative Theology Essentially Tragic? John Allison, Westminster College

Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. “Ambassadors of God”: How Catholic Lay Movements Embody and Enrich Christian Charity Lauren Adderly, Villanova University

Friday 9:30-9:50 a.m. “Help! Which Spanish Bible Translation Should I Use?”: An Analysis of Spanish Bible Translations Noemí Palomares, Abilene Christian University Sociology Elizabeth Hall 115 Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Majority Tyranny or Minority Power? Impact of Direct Democracy on Same-Sex Relationship Rights Jylisa Doney, Utah State University

Friday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Pepper in a Sea of Salt: Description of College Life by Black Undergraduate EOP Students at a Predominately White Private University Devonique Small, University

Friday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Physical Intimacy and Equity in the Maintenance of College Students’ Romantic Relationships Andrea Turtenwald, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Friday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Ridley Scott’s “Alien” and Its Gender Role Changing Jonathan Brophy, Copper Mountain Community College Theater/Drama Elizabeth Hall 307 Friday 8:30-8:50 a.m. “What You Will”: A Dramaturgical Study of Twelfth Night for Use in Theatrical Production Anna Smithberger, Hamline University

85 Oral Session 6: Friday 11:40-1:00

Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. African American Studies Using Chemical Compositions of Kinematically Selected Stars to Elizabeth Hall 118 Trace Galactic Mergers Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Dylan Gregersen, University of Utah How the African American Community Deals with Hearing Impaired Individuals: A Qualitative Analysis Using Cultural Relativity Theory Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Lakeisha O’Neal, Howard University Westminster’s First Light: The Calibration and Implementation of an Apparatus to Study Exoplanetary Systems Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Daniel Giles, William Armentrout, Westminster College The Importance of Extended Families in the African American Culture: A Qualitative Analysis Using Social Learning Theory Neshonia Armstrong, Howard University Biology McKay Education 207 Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. What Happed to the Revolution? : A Comparative Analysis of Civil Engineering Novel Antibody-Like Reagents to Improve Neutralization Rights Era African American Communities and African American of HIV Communities of Today Utilizing the Value Added Model Theory Siduo Jiang, California Institute of Technology Grandberry, Howard University Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate and C-reactive Protein Ordering Architecture & Interior Design Among Physicians Elizabeth Hall 306 David McAdams, Annie Banz, Taylor Norton, Weber State University Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Providing a Home for Latino Veteran Memories in Milwaukee, Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Wisconsin Etiological Investigation into a Lysosomal Storage Disorder Using Ariel Gonzalez-Millan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee RT-PCR on Samples from Normal and GM1-Gangliosidosis Affected Sheep Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Bethany McInturff, University of Portland The Seventh Street Improvement Arches of St. Paul, Minnesota: A Study of Their History and Oblique Method of Construction Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Brenna Hoisington, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Evaluating Habitat Use by Moose with Aerial Photographs Ryan Stever, University of Minnesota-Duluth Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Using Urban Narratives to Understand the Lower Ninth Ward in New McKay Education 239 Orleans Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Elizabeth Treutel, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Use of GIS in the Investigation of Niche Differentiation between Six Frog Species of the Pacific Northwest Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Robin Cheung, Utah Valley University The Singing Never Stopped: The Transformation of Scottish and American Supernatural Balladry Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Olivia Wikle, Truman State University Variation in Alarm Calls of the Gunnison’s Prairie Dog (Cynomys gunnisoni) in the Gunnison Basin, Colorado Art History Rebecca Doll, Western State College Elizabeth Hall 305 Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. The Evolution of Color Vision in Dragonflies and Damselflies Sustainable Sustainability: An Analysis of Ancient and (Odonata) Contemporary Perspectives Kelsy Johnson, Brigham Young University Elisa McSheehy Cooper, Elon University Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Parallel Evolution of Activity and Exploration Levels in Fish from The Depiction of Religious Conversational Themes on Attic Divergent Predation Environment Symposium-Ware Spencer Ingley, Chelsey Hancock, Brigham Young University Macy O’Hearn, Ithaca College

Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Business/Finance/Accounting The Gendered Lives of the Eighteenth Century in Art: Two Portraits Wattis 116 by Henry Benbridge Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Monica Cortez-Guardado, University of the Pacific A Study on Pedagogical Changes in Spanish Undergraduate Accounting Education Astronomy Megan King, North Central College Wattis 112 Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Attendance Verification System Interferometric of the 36 GHz Methanol Masers in Star Arthur McIntyre, Western Carolina University Forming Regions Hannah Seyb, Guilford College Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Can You Beat the Market? A Further Test of Faber’s Tactical Asset Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Allocation Strategy Multiphase Relations of Magellanic Cloud Cepheids Gabriel Castro, Juniata College Earl Bellinger Oswego, State University of New York

86 Oral Session 6: Friday 11:40-1:00

Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Determinants of Best Tradeshow Practices Computer Science Christopher , University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Wattis 104 Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. An Autonomous Multi-Copter Project Based on Open-Source Cell & Molecular Biology Hardware Design McKay Education 219 Nathan Harward, Utah Valley University Friday 11:40-12:00 p.m. Improved Culture Medium Conditions for Human Islets Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Jordan Zabo, Westminster College An Autonomous Quadcopter Joshua Wright, Utah Valley University Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Investigating the Epigenetic Status of KILLIN in Cowden Syndrome Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Nykole Sargent, University of Utah Attacks on Biometrics: A Case Study on Fingerprint and Iris Identification Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Ryan Fitzpatrick, Roger Williams University Investigating the Role of the Nematode-Specific FAR Family of Proteins Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Mark Schlotterback, Concordia College-Moorhead MN Brain Controls: The Feasibility of Consumer Grade EEG Products as Input Devices Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Avi Goldberg, University of North Carolina-Asheville Is Cytosolic Thioredoxinreductase also Localized in the Mitochondria? Implications for Cancer Therapeutics Karen White, Seattle University Ecology & Organismal Biology McKay Education 227 Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Chemistry Movements, Home Range and Habitat Use of Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes Wattis 103 macrura) in Gunnison, Colorado Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Kristin Barker, Western State College Infrared Spectroscopy of Methane and Ethane Ices; Implications for Astronomy Studies Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Sarah Lee, San Jose State University Phenology of Flowering Rush and Hardstem Bulrush in the Detroit Lakes Chain Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Nicole Lindor, Jane Tolkinen, Concordia College-Moorhead MN Interfacial Polymerization of Polyamide/Polyetheramide Reverse Osmosis Membranes Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Anjolaoluwa Olayemi, Fisk University Relationship between Climate Variations and Harbor Seal (Phoca vitulina) Stranding Data as Measured by the Southern Oscillation Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. and Arctic Oscillation Indices Ion-Pairing of the Ionic Liquid 1-hexyl-3-methylimidazolium Nathaniel White, United States Coast Guard Academy Bis(trifyl)amide in Chloroform Nathan Scharf, Brockport Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Showing a Tragedy of Commons in Plant Roots Competitions with Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Transparent Growth Medium Synthesis, Characterization, and Application of Photocatalytic Christopher Karounos, University of Kentucky Titania-based Aerogels for the Degradation of Volatile Organic Compounds Dayton Horvath, University of Connecticut Economics Wattis 117 Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Communications Growth and Government Transfers Elizabeth Hall 315 Benjamin Tengelsen, Brigham Young University Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. The Struggle for Human Rights: Eleanor and Ethos Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Jessica Kagie, Weber State University How Does Issuing Driver’s Licenses to Undocumented Immigrants Effect Insurance Expenditures and Costs Related to Uninsured Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Drivers? and Sports Journalism Mauricio Caceres, University of Utah Tiara Maio, Utah Valley University Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Impact of Oil Resources and Capital Accumulation on the Growth of Twitter Usage by ESPN Fantasy Sports Columnists Nigeria Brandon Doyle, Ithaca College Aghogho Oghojevwe, Salisbury University

Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Twitter: The Uncensored Loud Speaker for Professional Athletes Is the Conservation of the ’s Built Heritage Todd Buckholt, Colin Dunn, Timothy Snopkowski, Eastern Sustainable? Connecticut State University Michael Brightman, University of Central Lancashire

87 Oral Session 6: Friday 11:40-1:00

Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Education Church of Sex: Walt Whitman’s Religion and the Beat Generation McKay Education 104 Amadi Ozier, University of West Georgia Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Can Receiving Scholarships Effect Students Negatively? Elizabeth Hall 217 David Sabey, Brigham Young University Friday 11:40-12:00 p.m. Queer as Rebellion: A Study in First World War Homoeroticism and Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Homosexuality Cognitive Science: How Deep Approaches to Learning Promote Meta- Sarah VanDusseldorp, Hamline University-St. Paul Cognitive Strategies to Enhance Integrative Learning Samantha Cantu, Lauren Gallick, Kelsey Klank, Eastern Illinois Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. University Raising Researchers: Effective Sponsorship for Undergraduate Research Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Jessica Tess, Enrique Paz, Oakland University Does Code Switching Work for Young Children? A Case Study of English Language Learners Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Mohogany Williams, Geena Anselmo, Eastern Illinois University Reading and Writing Women of the Middle East : A Story of War and Recovery Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Saide Ranero, Bridgewater State University Education Under Attack: The Truth Behind Misguided Debates Abbey Elison, Utah Valley University Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Resisting the Official, Re-Empowering the Vernacular: Cultural McKay Education 116 Amnesia and Conflicting Landscapes in the Works of Mahasweta Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Devi and Winona LaDuke Visualization of Moral Development Caitlyn Schuchhardt, Concordia College-Moorhead MN Samantha Powell, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Elizabeth Hall 218 Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. What the Newest Negro Speaks Of: Evaluating the Academic It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s a…Kite-Wielding Founding Father?: Disposition of the African-American Male Student Benjamin Franklin’s Divinity, Humanity, and Superhero Qualities Jasmine McClenton, Claflin University Jenna Harvie, University of West Georgia

Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. What Type of Higher Education System Will Better Promote The Question of Philanthropy: Social Reform in ’s “The Democracy? Blithedale Romance” Shuai Guan, Hendrix College Ashley , Valparaiso University

Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Playing with Literacy: Examining the Influence of Print-Based Who is Really Helping the Help?: Reinforcing Oppressive Ideologies Literacy Materials on Children’s Play in Popular Fiction Rianna Moustapha, Brooklyn College Sheena Nyann, Westminster College Engineering Environmental Studies & Sciences Wattis 113 Wattis 114 Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Micro Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: Solving Heat Loss and Efficiency The Impact of Dredging on Heterogeneity and Fish Communities in Problems with a Modified Swiss Roll Heat Exchanger Design Agricultural Streams of the Greater Sandusky River Watershed, Ohio Peter Lowe, Lafayette College Cory Becher, University of Toledo

Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Mobile Elemental Power Plant The Phenomenon of Urban Beekeeping and its Application as an Brian Gray, Spencer Mark, Brian Gray, Weber State University Environmental Education Tool Elaine Westcott, Occidental College Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Re-Entry Experiment SAT-X: Identifying Conditions of Re-Entry Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Associated with Atmospheric Vehicles The Role of Poor Sanitation in Arsenic Contamination of Maurice Woods III, University of Northern Colorado Groundwater Jason Williams, Utah Valley University English Elizabeth Hall 215 Geography & Earth Sciences Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Wattis 105 Cambodian Literature Since the Fall of the Khmer Rouge Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Moire O’Mullane, Bridgewater State University The Use of Uranium-Lead Dating of Detrital Zircons to Determine River Directions before the Rise of the Wasatch Range, Utah Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Preston Colledge, Utah Valley University Challenging Gender Roles: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Fred Bollman, Dominican University of California Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Wintertime Polar Ozone Evolution during Stratospheric Vortex Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Break-Down Christian Values in Pride and Prejudice and Jane Eyre Olga Tweedy, Coastal Carolina University Alex Pasker, Dordt College 88 Oral Session 6: Friday 11:40-1:00

Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. WRF Optimization for Forecasting Wet Microburst Potential Interdisciplinary Studies Dereka Carroll, Jackson State University Wattis 115 Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Performance Efficiency of Spanish Savings Banks: an Agent-Based Health Sciences & Public Health Model of Market Concentration and Competition McKay Education 330 Phuong Anh Nguyen, Lafayette College Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Primary Care Predicament Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Lewis Kalo IV, Capital University Public Art and Social Change in the Latino/Latin American Culture Shannon McEvoy, College of Saint Benedict Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Retrospective Analysis of Patients Experiencing Gynecological Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Cancer in Conjunction with Liver Dysfunction Robert Nisbet’s The Quest for Community (1953) in the Face James Lelis, University of Utah of Communal Deterioration and the Rise of a Technological Community Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Alisha Contractor, University of West Georgia Study of the Sickle Cell Disease Programs in Florida Faith Umoh, University of Florida International Studies Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Elizabeth Hall 105 Flip or Swim? An Analysis of How and Swimming Impact Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Fitness and Health Reaching the Very Poor: Creating Affordability within Sanitation Diana Kudelko, Brooklyn College Markets through Subsidies Ayodele Oti, City College of New York

History Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Elizabeth Hall 203 Restructuring USAID: A Case Study on Haiti Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Pranay Udutha, University of Georgia The March from Selma to Montgomery: A Change in the Philosophy of the Civil Rights Movement Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Craig Ferries, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Salt of the Earth: Cultural Adaptation of Protestants in the Levant Elise Alexander, American University Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. The Peculiar Solution: The Reaction of to the Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Colonization Movement The Bittersweet Truth: An In-depth Analysis of the Cocoa Industry Shannon Cooley, Oakland University in the Ivory Coast Using the Independent versus Dependent Communities Theory Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Falon Shackelford, Howard University The Rebel Yell: Pullman’s Paternalism and Reaction to Paternalism in the 1894 Elizabeth Hall 106 Amy Pacheco, North Central College Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. United States Policies toward Guatemala during the Cold War: Level Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. of Analysis The Role of Admiralty Law in Shaping Early American National Odilia Coffta, State University of New York-Brockport Identity: 1776-1830 Alexander Imel, Lafayette College Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Understanding the Rwandan Genocide: Comparative Studies on the Elizabeth Hall 204 Causes of Ethnic Conflict and Its Intensification into Genocide Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Emmanuel Niyonsaba, Marquette University Brown v. Board of Education: More Hurt than Help Daniel Warden, Luther College Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Unlikely Cooperation: Cuba’s Role on the Security Council during the Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Castles, Confusion, and the Count: Vlad the Impaler’s Impact on Ethan Spangler, Weber State University Tourism in Rachel Lawrence, University of Evansville Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. “Californian Foreign Policy”: Why U.S. Subnational Governments Go Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Abroad Che Guevara, Cuba, and the Hombre Nuevo: Building Nationalist Alina Vitter, University of Nebraska-Kearney Internationalism Robert Christensen, Brigham Young University Literature Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Elizabeth Hall 219 Clerical Merits: The Relationship between the German Crown and Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. the Clergy during the Ottonian Dynasty of the Holy Roman Empire Klopsch’s Red Letter Bible and Danielewski’s House: Necromancers Gary Wagers, Susquehanna University with Nechromatic Characteristics Joshua Womack, University of Montevallo

Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Life as a Hired Girl: The Exchange of Power, Sexuality, Fantasy and Freedom in My Antonia by Willa Cather Michelle McMullin, Utah Valley University 89 Oral Session 6: Friday 11:40-1:00

Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Literature and Politics in Latin America: Exploring the Role of Latin Assessment of Vitamin E Intake in Patients with Sickle Cell Anemia American Authors in Politics Blake Randle, University of Memphis Julia Barry, Colgate University Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. The Impact of Lecithin, Ascorbic Acid and Ginger on the Quality of Men, on Islands: Ethnomasculinity in The Isle of Pines and Robinson Pineapple Cheesecake Dough Crusoe Oluwabukola Lasshore, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Grayson Stocks, Evergreen State College Philosophy & Ethics Mathematics Elizabeth Hall 117 Wattis 106 Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Søren Kierkegaard’s Theory of Consciousness Growth Patterns of Ethnic Groups in Bexar County Ben Gardner, Luther College Judith Arriaza, University of the Incarnate Word Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Technology Impact on I.T. Ethics Decision Making in China Inequalities for Potential Operators on Differential Forms Tsun Kwan (Donald) Siu, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Casey Johnson, Seattle University Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. The Aesthetics of Videogames Inverse Preserving Functions in the p-adic Fields Wyatt Andersen, Hamline University-St. Paul Jonathan Rascher, Kelvin Guilbault, North Central College Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. The Charitable Dead: Religious Belief and Organ Donation Microbiology & Immunology Circe McDonald, Dominican University of California McKay Education 233 Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. A Chronological Study of a New Vaccine: From Immunization to Physics Infection Wattis 110 Rosaline Cordova, University of Toledo Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Enhancing Introductory Student Motivation and Learning Attitudes Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. With a Major-Managed Course Blog Characterization of Broad and Potent HIV-1 Neutralizing Antibodies Robbie Jones, Jacksonville University Jonathan Wosen, The Scripps Research Institute Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Experimental Probe for Measurement of Thermodynamic Properties Determining a Suitable Bait for Oral Vaccination of White-Tailed Nicholas Soliz, California State University Fresno Deer (Odocoileus virginianus) against Mycobacterium Bovis Molly Stafne, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Fabrication of All-Inorganic Nanocrystal Solids through Matrix Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Encapsulation of Nanocrystal Arrays Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation Induces Inflammatory Alexa Johnson, Bowling Green State University Mediators in Neonates Born with Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Gareth Gardiner, University of Utah Poetry & Creative Writing Elizabeth Hall 220 Music Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Elizabeth Hall 304 The Page Starts Blank: Poems and Processes of an Undergraduate Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Creative Writer The Influence of the Unaccompanied Bach Cello Suites MacKenzie Regier, University of West Georgia Meredith Lawrence, Cedarville University Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Voice: A Collection of Women’s Experiences and Poetic Reflection The Music of the Esterházy Palace and Family, Patrons of the Arts: Jennifer Hindes, Eastern Illinois University Rediscovering the Songs and Arias of Joseph Weigl Matthew Duclos, Kevin Murray, SUNY Potsdam Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Writing in the Community: Research in the Development of a Peer- Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Run Creative Writing Workshop The Role of the Avant Garde Coffeehouse in the Folk/Blues Revival Matt Owens, Mesha Maren-Hogan, University of North Carolina- Brian Burke, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Asheville

Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Nutrition Gone South: A Selection of Poems on Cultural Displacement McKay Education 006 Jenna Harvie, University of West Georgia Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. A Comparison of the Effectiveness of Cooking Beans at Low and High Altitudes on the Inactivation of Trypsin Inhibitors and Protein Digestibility Claudia Pazlopez, Cornell University

90 Oral Session 6: Friday 11:40-1:00

Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Political Science A Dance with the Devil and his Modern Prometheus: Exploring the Elizabeth Hall 104 Character of a Modern Devil through LaVeyan Satanism Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Adam Cross, Valparaiso University Net Neutrality: Flight for the Survival of the Free Internet Andrew Jarratt Valparaiso University Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Being Alone: Book of Jeremiah and Social Pain Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Caston Boyd, Abilene Christian University No Papers, No Penicillin: Overcoming Obstacles to Undocumented Immigrants’ Access to Health Care in Arkansas Rose Thomson, Hendrix College Social Work Elizabeth Hall 116 Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. One Hundred Years Later: A Qualitative Analysis of the Progression “As Much as I Hate the Disease, I Probably Wouldn’t Be Where I Am of the African National Congress through the Presidency of Jacob Today Without It”: Experiences of Acceptance and Rejection in HIV Zuma Using the Marxist Theory Illness Narratives Andrew Hairston, Howard University Katie Seringer, Elon University

Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Partisanship and Experience in the House of Representatives Do They Live Happily Ever After? The International Adoption Story Robert Mason, Dominican University of California from Beginning to End Stephanie Klein, University of Nebraska-Kearney

Psychology Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. McKay Education 317 Does Generation Affect Attitudes and Perceptions about Welfare? Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Jonathan , Abilene Christian University Evening versus Morning Circadian Tendency: Differences in Suicidality and Risk Propensity in Later Adulthood Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Gerard Markham, Jr., University of Rochester The State of Black Children in America: A Critical Analysis of Racial Preference in the Foster Care System using the Critical Race Theory Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Darryion Osborne, Howard University Fungicide Exposure Alters Sexual Behavior in Adult Male Rats Briana Cobos, St. Edwards University Sociology Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Elizabeth Hall 115 General Appearance Reasons for Tanning Friday 11:40-12:00 p.m. Samantha Townsend, Peace College Sexual Education and Teens: A Study of the Effectiveness of Greater Area Public High Schools’ Sexual Education Programs Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Victoria Harkins, Bridgewater State University Hair Color as a Determinant of Attractiveness: Testing Evolutionary Hypotheses Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Joseph Melnyk, Western Carolina University Sicilian Women and the Mafia: Collaborators, Subordinates, and Pentite McKay Education 319 Luiggi Francalanci, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. To Eat or Not to Eat: Assessing Neurocognitive Predictors of Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. Maladaptive Eating Patterns Skin Bleaching in Western and Central Africa: A Critical Analysis Maria Downey, Gloria Barber, Cassandra Iljin, California State Utilizing the Social Learning and Colonial Mentality Theories University-Channel Islands Nina-Belle Mbayu, Howard University

Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. Friday 12:40-1:00 p.m. Transsexuality and Perspectives on Transitioning in Transwomen The Effect of Arab Culture on Emirati Women Participation in Mary Howell, Wheaton College Organized Team Sports Hend Almarri, Zayed University Friday 12:20-12:40 p.m. TruClinic Feasibility Study Danna Lindemann, Jennifer Shubert, Utah Valley University Religious Studies Elizabeth Hall 205 Friday 11:40 a.m.-12:00 p.m. “The Gospel According to…the Secular:” Measuring Religiosity in Secular Television Addison Domske, Westminster College

Friday 12:00-12:20 p.m. “Who is Tom Bombadil:” The Mystery of the Master of the Old Forest Meredith Gasaway, Western Carolina University

91 Oral Session 7: Friday 1:10-2:30

Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Art History Measuring Cellular Ceramide Accrual using Immunofluorescence Elizabeth Hall 305 Anindita Ravindran, Ting Ruan, Robert Calvert, University of Utah Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. The Men Who Wore Masks: Benedetto Varchi’s Paragone and Agnolo Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Bronzino’s Portraiture Molecular Identification of the Exotic Mosquito Aedes bahamensis Brooke Weinstein, Colgate University (Diptera: Culicidae) Erin Gymburch, Western Carolina University Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Walter B. Chambers at Colgate University: The Establishment and Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Unification of an Architectural Style Multi-Site Directed Mutagenesis and Structure-Function Analysis of Courtney Diamond, Colgate University the Nematode Protein Hp-FAR-1 Phillip Comella, Concordia College-Moorhead MN Friday 1:50-2:10 P.M. Reconsidering “Ruin Porn” Hilary LeBeuf, Wayne State University Chemical Engineering Wattis 105 Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Biology Cost-Effective and Efficient Preparation of Cell-Lysis for High- McKay Allied 207 Yielding Cell-Free Protein Synthesis Reactions Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Troy Holland, Brigham Young University Evidence of a Novel Oviposition Preference in an Oecanthinae Tree Cricket Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Wil Licht, University of Minnesota-Duluth Developing Reaction Kinetics for the Catalytic Conversion of Waste Plastics to Fuels Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Ankit Chandra, Lafayette College Examining the Influence of the Form of Dietary Protein on Growth and Intestinal Amino Acid Transporter Expression Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Debra Titmus, Weber State University Enhancing In Vitro Production of Exotic Proteins Utilizing Linear DNA Templates Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Derek Bush, Brigham Young Exploring Species Boundaries: A Genetic Study of Interactions between North American Cricket Frogs, Acris crepitans and A. gryllus Chemistry Bryan Strelow, Elon University Wattis 103 Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. MD Simulations of Clathrate Growth Near the Surface of Ice Fungal Diversity of a Cottonwood Root System Matthew Koc, Westminster College Jeff Shaw, University of Nebraska-Kearney Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Transforming the Vibrational Hamiltonian of a Polyatomic Molecule Business/Finance/Accounting Using Van Vleck Perturbation Theory Wattis 116 Howard Dobbs, Andreana Rosnik, Hope College Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Do Shareholders Penalize Bank Boards and Management for the Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Financial Crisis? Why Does Sulfuric Acid Have a Much Stronger Gas Phase Acidity Bryan Matis, Fordham University than Methanol? A Density Functional Theory Study to Determine the Contributions by Polarizability, Resonance, and Inductive Effects Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Kevin Lynch, Elon University Evaluating Electronic Fraud Awareness Within Small to Medium Size Businesses (SME): Attackers Shift Their Target Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Adva Aharonovich, Concordia College-Moorhead MN The SN2 Benzylic Effect: Contribution by Resonance Robert Rawlings, Elon University Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. From Poverty to Prosperity: Investing in Entrepreneurs of Developing Countries Communications Thomas Sippel III, Samford University Elizabeth Hall 315 Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. The Role of Anticipatory Socialization and Communication Lack of Financial Literacy: A Cause of Sub-Prime Mortgage Competency in Leadership Development Delinquency? Mikia Carter, University of Montevallo Christine Caldwell, Florida International University Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. An Analysis of Music’s Cultural Impacts Cell & Molecular Biology Lauren Cohen, Juniata College McKay Education 219 Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Mapping and Characterization of Suppressors of a C. elegans Bucking the Trend: An Exploration of the First Generation College Tubulin Mutation that Disrupts Neural Development Graduate’s Experience Lauren Gunderson, Occidental College Toby Baker, Marquette University

92 Oral Session 7: Friday 1:10-2:30

Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Computer Science Measuring the Impact of Banking Regulation in Reducing Wattis 104 Vulnerability to Financial Crises Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Jason Whiteley, Truman State University Closing the Gender Gap in Computing Sciences Brittany Carter, Trianna Salo, Michele Milliner, Weber State Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. University Outsourcing Expectations Jordan Henderson, Hendrix College Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Dynamic Partition Healing in Internet Routing Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Alan Keith, Colgate University Personal Inflation Index Ly Khanh Phan Tran, Katherine Burke, Franklin and Marshall Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. College Evolutionary Fabrication Timothy Kuehn, Union College Wattis 119 Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. The Effect of GDP and Exchange Rates on the Trade Balance Between Implementing a Firewall for the Android Operating System the United States and Mexico Todd Berry Ann, Alexander Harris, Peter Lofreddo, Riley Mckenna, Colton Christensen, Weber State University Daniel Powell, Brad Hitchens, United States Military Academy Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. The Relationship Between Macroeconomic Performance and Poverty: Criminology Has It Changed? Elizabeth Hall 116 Alexander Hendin, Lafayette College Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. A Comparative Study of Youth and Parent/Guardian Perceptions of Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Risk Factors Walmart’s Competitive Effects in the Grocery Market: A Study of Todd Spencer, Weber State University Price Dispersion for Homogeneous Goods Ryan Holt, Weber State University Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Impact of Time, Weathering and Surface Type on Fingerprinting Tosha Gray, Dakota State University Education McKay Education 104 Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Race & Capital Punishment: A Deadly Intersection Creating Community While Learning Italian Jerry Joubert, Bridgewater State University David Sabey, Brigham Young University

Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Relationship Between Culture Assimilation, Acculturation and Effective Methods and Strategies used in Inclusive Classrooms to Analogous Behavior help Student’s with a Learning Disability in Reading Beatriz De La Espriella, University of Florida Jasmine Pearson, University of Montevallo

Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Ecology & Organismal Biology Examining the Correlation of Teacher Read-aloud Activities in McKay Allied 227 Elementary School and the Reading Attitude of Sixth Graders Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Lindi Andreasen, Utah State University Temporal and Spatial Distribution of Bats in Pipe Spring National Monument and the Kaibab Paiute Reservation Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Cameron Jack, Southern Utah University Farm to School in a Kindergarten Classroom: Kindergartener Responses and Preservice Teacher Reflections Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Jordan Shook, Jessie Lay, Western Carolina University The Effect of Coyote (Canis lantrans) Scent on Feeding Behavior of Mammalian Species Native to the Southeastern U.S. Wesley Boone, Jenna Kohles, Clemson University Engineering Wattis 113 Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. The Effects of Herbaceous Vegetation Type on Soil Microbial Robotic Communication using Voice Recognition and Wireless Diversity Technology Rosemary Scavotto, Ithaca College Jacob Smith, Utah Valley University

Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. The Effects of Water Fluctuation and Temperature Change on Robotics: A Disruptive Innovation Effecting Multiple Value Networks Growth in Amphibian Larvae Andrew Tindall, United States Military Academy Katrina Slabaugh, Southern Utah University Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Speech Synthesis and Voice Recognition for Robot Communication Economics Piyapoom Rabpornpra, Utah Valley University Wattis 117 Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Making the Grade: A Cross-National Examination of Educational Outcomes Natalie Bold, Seattle University

93 Oral Session 7: Friday 1:10-2:30

Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. English Using Pedotransfer Functions as a Means of Measuring Soil Moisture Elizabeth Hall 215 Potential Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Erik Thatcher, Plymouth State University Clash of the Titans: Publishing and Censorship in the Victorian Era Kathryn Frazell, Dominican University of California Health Sciences & Public Health Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. McKay 330 Deborah Ellis’s Breadwinner Trilogy and Khaled Hosseini’s A Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Thousand Splendid Suns: Testimonies against Violence and The Collective Influence of Sociocultural Factors in Understanding Oppression in Afghanistan the Hispanic Health Paradox Robert Miller, Xavier University Merit George, Virginia Commonwealth University

Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Defining the Value of Small Press in an Uncertain Publishing Climate The Efficacy of Transesophageal and Transthoracic Frances Dinger, Seattle University Echocardiography during Perioperative Cardiovascular Adverse Events in Noncardiac Surgery Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Ankit Agrawal, University of Nebraska Designing an American “Comics as Literature” Course Mark Bannon, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. The Global Tobacco Epidemic in Ladakh, India: Gender Dynamics Elizabeth Hall 217 and Social Change Among Adolescents Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Karishma Dara, Emma Caldwell, Anupa Gewali, University of Rome As a Cultural Identity in Titus Andronicus Rochester Katherine Oakes, Montclair State University Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Infant Mortality in African Americans: The Lengthening Chain of Separation, Tokenism and Brotherhood: Tracing Malcolm X’s Stance Disparity on Integration (1959-1965) Fatima Syed, Brooklyn College Takwa Sharif, University of Utah

Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. History Shakespeare’s Sonnets and Storytelling: Poetic Performance and the Elizabeth Hall 203 Lyric Voice Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Caitlin Larracey, Bridgewater State University The Royal Fast: The Relationship Between St. Mary Magdalene, St. Louis, and Holy Anorexia Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Jessica Richter, Seattle University Soul Sales and Other Blood Commodities: An Analysis of Marlowe and Shakespeare’s Morality Economy through the Conduit of Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Manifest Capitalism The Struggles and Strengths of Military Wives in the Civil War Matthew Petersen, Hamline University Miriah O’Connor, California University of Pennsylvania

Elizabeth Hall 218 Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. The Unveiling of a Horrible Truth: The Role and Motivation of the Empowered Women in Game of Thrones Media Rebecca Jones, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Rebecca Webb, Mercer University

Friday 1:30-1:50 a.m. Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Interpellation, False Consciousness, and the Perpetuation of the The Vote is Not Enough: Women in Politics Dominant Hegemony in ‘American Born Chinese’ Rachel McLemore, Hendrix College Jason Cole, University of West Georgia Elizabeth Hall 204 Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Wilderness of the Mind: Jack ’s On the Road Controlling the Feebleminded Population: The Eugenics Debate in Matthew Mignosa, Salisbury University Maryland, 1900-1960 Jessica Simpson, Salisbury University

Environmental Studies & Sciences Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Wattis 114 Dalton’s Vision: Narrowing the Focus of Intellectual Discourse Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Nick Vigil, Brigham Young University Towards a Theory of Urban Green Space: A Geographical Inquiry into the Nature of Urban Spaces Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Samuel Webster, Westminster College Deconstructing the Steel Skeleton: Technological Advance and the Empire State Building Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Melissa Kapitan, Truman State University Using NOAA HYSPLIT and GIS to Investigate Air Quality Variability in Western Pennsylvania Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Megan , Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania Early Twentieth Century Anarchism as a Cultural Movement Kelly Atwood, Northern Arizona University

94 Oral Session 7: Friday 1:10-2:30

Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Interdisciplinary Studies Multi-Cultural Literary Studies in South Florida Secondary Education Wattis 115 Christopher Caproni, Florida International University Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. The Aesthetic of Minimalism Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. James Thompson, Truman State University Pleas of Platonism: A Comparative Study of Giorgio Vasari’s 1550 and 1568 Editions of Le Vite Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Michael Patton, Occidental College The Return of the Oppressed: Queercore and the Mental Health Institution Joshua Black, University of West Georgia Mathematics Wattis 106 Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Understanding Community Through Participant Visual Ethnography Mathematical Modeling of the Transmission of the Varicella-Zoster Christopher Carter, Montana State University-Bozeman Virus Maria Gommel, Samuel Jaros, North Central College

International Studies Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Elizabeth Hall 105 Mathematically Finding The Sweet Spot of Baseball Bats Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Ali Khalili, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Social Media and Global Flows: The Hybridization of Protest in Valparaiso, Chile Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Shannon Hollanitsch, Hamline University Modeling Bacterial Contamination at an Urban Beach on Lake Michigan Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Morgan Schroeder, Christopher Biwer, Daniel Uphoff, Anne Socio-Economic Assimilation of Muslim Immigrants in the United Bruckner, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee States and in Flanders, Belgium Alaa Haidar, Hendrix College Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Modeling the Effects of Quagga Mussels on Cladophora Growth in Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Near-shore Lake Michigan Tales of War: Afghanistan’s Search for Recognition and National Moksha Shah, Aurielle Eberhardy, Daniel Monge, University of Identity through Literature Wisconsin-Milwaukee Erika Larsen, Dixie State College of Utah

Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Microbiology & Immunology The Beijing Consensus and China’s Move into Southern Africa: McKay Education 233 Repercussions for Governance Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Elias Harpst, Hendrix College Immune Responses to Anti-Chlamydial Peptide Vaccine Candidates in a Murine Infection Model Elizabeth Hall 106 Lyndsey Reich, Wayne State University Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. An Impossible Dream: Potential Democratization in the Islamic Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Republic of Iran Investigating Novel Targets on APOBEC3G (A3G) Domains as areas Rebecca Heikkila, University of West Georgia for Anti-HIV Therapy Thomas Gallant, College of the Holy Cross Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Beyond Possession: Private Property, Human Rights, and Land Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Reform in Development Lupus Risk Factor Decreases IL-10 Levels Robert Lord, Hendrix College Tyson Hawkley, Marinya Roznik, Amber Tsai, Lissenya Argueta, Brigham Young University Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. China in Africa: South-South Camaraderie or Exploitation? Elizabeth Kennedy, Occidental College Music Elizabeth Hall 304 Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Mongolian Families and Social Change The Many Colors of “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” Delgermend Tserendamba, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Alyssa Gillikin, Western Carolina University

Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Literature The Voices of the Bells: Sergei ’s Setting of Edgar Allen Elizabeth Hall 219 ’s “The Bells” Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Brent Smith, Hope College Monstrosity of Man: The True Monster in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Sean Wynkoop, Salisbury University Transcendence Through Death in Schubert’s Winterreise Sean Geizer, Youngstown State University Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Mothers and Sons, Brides and Brothers: Exploring Gabriel Garcia Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Marquez’s Mythological Revisionism in Chronicle of a Death Transcription of Archival Recordings from the Avant Garde Foretold Coffeehouse Matthew Davis, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Lane Joshua, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

95 Oral Session 7: Friday 1:10-2:30

Friday2:10-2:30 p.m. Philosophy & Ethics Still an American: The 14th Amendment, Citizenship, and Due Elizabeth Hall 117 Process in a Global Warzone Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. E.B. Vodde, Eastern Washington University The Rights of Exclusivists: Religious Diversity and the Pluralist’s Mistake Brock Mason, Brigham Young University Psychology McKay Education 317 Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Veganism, Principlism and the National School Lunch Program Honesty Differences at Seattle College Campuses Autumn Lilly-Harari, Utah Valley University Christopher Gethings, Seattle University

Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Whittling Away of Personal Autonomy through Current Educational Individual Differences in the Presence of Specific Scripts in Theories Narratives of Negative Experiences Adam Park, Utah Valley University Kiana Taheri, University of Utah

Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Physical/Occupational Therapy/Speech Intergenerational Transmission of Values amongst Bhutanese Women Language Pathology Sarah Collins, Wheaton College McKay Education 325 Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Are there Gender Differences in Neural Adaptations to Resistance Is the Glass Half Full or Half Empty? Optimism and Emotional Training? Processing Jason Raymond, Marquette University Casey Espinoza, Trisha Taylor, Jennifer Mcdonald, Casey Espinoza, California State University-Channel Islands Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Skills for the of Living Tracy Garber, Kaili Schwirtz, St. Catherine University, St. Paul McKay Education 319 Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Understanding and Measuring Accountability in Goal Oriented Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Behavior Surveying Performing Arts and Non-Performing Arts University Joseph Murphy, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Students’ Vocal Quality of Life Johanna Jackson, Bridgewater State University Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Understanding the Relationship between Sleep Cycles and Autistic Physics Symptomology Trevor Hicks-Collins, Weber State University Wattis 110 Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Investigation of Surface Properties of Silica Aerogels and Interaction What’s Eating You?: Food Consumption among College Students and Mechanisms with Mars Simulant Dust Its Relationship to Perceived Stress, Anxiety, Depression, and Poor Chris Hatch, University of Memphis Coping Skills Briana Tong, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Locating Neolithic Features at Ayia Varvara-Asprokremnos in Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Cyprus using Archaeogeophysics Cognitive Performance on Repeated Tasks Zachary Mink, Ithaca College Shanna Bartholomew, Eastern Washington University Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Low Temperature Cathodoluminescence in Disordered SiO2 Religious Studies Amberly Evans, Utah State University Elizabeth Hall 205 Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Communal Suffering and the Affirmation of Joyful Sorrow Low-Frequency Microphone Probe Calibration for Rocket Noise Sarah Wharmby, Capital University Measurements Kenneth Bostwick, Brigham Young University Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Evolution and Atonement Political Science Chelsea King, Notre Dame University Elizabeth Hall 104 Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. Prayer from Underground: The Voice of Psalms in Notes from President Obama’s Role in the Arab-Israeli Conflict Underground Brenna James, University of Delaware Jacob Just, Valparaiso University

Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. Presidential Debates and Third Party Candidates Religious Individualization, American Catholicism, and Vatican II: Catherine , Western Carolina University Issues of Influence and Interpretation Laura Ehlen, Valparaiso University Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. Religion and Politics in Statewide Newspaper Coverage Daniel Williams, Hendrix College

96 Oral Session 7: Friday 1:10-2:30

Sociology Elizabeth Hall 115 Friday 1:10-1:30 p.m. The Impact of Service: Cultural Understanding and International Service Learning with Bridgewater State University Nicole Sauber, Bridgewater State University

Friday 1:30-1:50 p.m. The Transatlantic Identity and the Future of Global Political Structure Dylan Veron, Hendrix College

Friday 1:50-2:10 p.m. The Twenty-First Century Sexting Craze: A Critical Analysis Using Cognitive Theory and Triangulative Methodology Naa-Okailey Annan, Howard University

Friday 2:10-2:30 p.m. From Symbolic to Social Boundaries: The Utah Minuteman Project Keaton Robertson, Brigham Young University

97 Oral Session 8: Friday 2:40-4:00

Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Art History PTEN Suppression of SPARC-Induced Migration of Glioma Cells Elizabeth Hall 305 Correlates with the Suppression of pP38 MAPK and pMAPKAPK2 and Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. the Differential Regulation of HSP27 Phosphorylation and Expression The Feminist Implications of Spanish Civil War Visual Culture on Ridwan Alam, Wayne State University Pablo ’s Guernica Emily Larsen, Brigham Young University Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Regenerative Remodeling of Zebrafish Hearts in Response to Long Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Term Regular Exercise Stress The Ladder, the Sepulchre and the Status Quo Joshua Tapia, Barry University Jason Scott, East Carolina University

Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Chemistry The Rubensian Fury Wattis 103 Jonathan Goff, University of Kentucky Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Quantifying Conformational Changes of Ribosomal Proteins S7, S6, and S18 Biology Melanie Sparks, University of Memphis McKay Education 207 Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Histopathological Investigation of Sex Determining Defects in Frogs Synthesis and Characterization of Biomimetic Rieske Complexes Harvested after Pesticide Exposure Cory Windorff, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Amanda Coleman, Ohio University Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Synthesis and Characterization of Monometallic Molecluar Precusors Influence of Histone Deacetylases (HDACs) on NF-?B Activity Towards the Design of Molecule-Based Materials Amanda Kitson, University of Toledo Tanner Culpitt, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Insects of Capitol Reef National Park The Impact of the Ligand on Palladium-Catalyzed Matthew Ethington, Utah Valley University Hydrodechlorination of Aryl Chlorides Daniel Zdanowski, State University of New York-Brockport Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Interspecific Hybridization of Three Juniperus (Cupressaceae) Species at the Limits of their Ranges in Western South Dakota Communications Michael Oberle, Samantha Nelson, Black Hills State University Elizabeth Hall 315 Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Plugged In: The Influence of Smartphones on Personal Space in Business/Finance/Accounting Interpersonal Communication Wattis 116 James Casey, Howard University Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Leveraging the Collective Intelligence Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. James Carlson, Brigham Young University Channeling Change: Making Organizational Values Congruent Across Cultures Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Alec Mitchell, Bailey Reagan, Gabriel Alvarez-Millard, Ithaca College SPACs and Their Acquisitions: Factors in Alternative Access to the Public Markets Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Matthew Collins, Fordham University Portraying Minorities for Children: How Minority Characters are Depicted in Nickelodeon and the Disney Channel Programs Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Lauren Thomas, Eastern Illinois University The Impact of Globalization on U.S. Private Equity Performance Yujin Ye, Fordham University Computer Science Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Wattis 104 The Impact of the Dodd-Frank Act on Executive Compensation Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Sam Liu, Temple University-Main Campus Implementing a Heterogeneous Bytecode Interpreter in Scala Kerry Seitz, Jr., Trinity University

Cell & Molecular Biology Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. McKay Education 219 Implementing a Steganography Algorithm in the Java Environment Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Edwin Dauber, Widener University Nup53, Nup59, and Mlps Are Not Necessary for Efficient Nuclear Protein Export Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Tinashe Nyanhete, Colgate University Interactive Geospatial Visualizations Richard Shriner, University of North Carolina-Asheville Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Protein-Protein Interaction among Francisella tularensis Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Pathogenicity Island Proteins Mapping Wikipedia: Constructing a Temporal-Spatial Properties Map Ryan Gilley, University of Texas-San Antonio from Large Corpora Ryan Tanner, Trinity University

98 Oral Session 8: Friday 2:40-4:00

Criminology Education Elizabeth Hall 116 McKay Education 104 Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Solitary Confinement: Effective Prisoner Control or Cruel & Unusual Gifted Education Models in Erie County Punishment? Jessica Geraci, Brockport Danay Stucki, Dixie State College of Utah Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Impact of a Cultural Partnership on Intercultural Competence of The Effects of Witnessing and Experiencing Family Violence: Gender Undergraduates Differences Among Filipino Adolescents Camille McNabb, Erika Koenig, Sadie Leidall, Samantha Tupy, Alicia Vanden Bussche, Michigan State University Minnesota State University-Mankato

Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. The Validity and Reliability of the PCL-R Karen Refugee Students’ Academic and Social Experiences in Twin Jessica Sylvia, Bridgewater State University Cities K-12 Schools Margaret Crenshaw, Hamline University-St. Paul

Ecology & Organismal Biology Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. McKay Education 227 Letters, Sounds and Words Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Kevin Elmore, Jacksonville University The Effects of Wind Generated Power on Terrestrial Populations of Small Mammals Christopher Hauer, Albright College Electrical Engineering Wattis 113 Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Variation in Community Structure Along a Soil Gradient: An Frequency Analysis of the signals on ellipses: Elliptic Fourier Example from a Maple Hardwood Forest in Central Michigan Transform Kathleen McPeek, Michigan State University Joao Nsngui, University of Texas-San Antonio

Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Why Do We Volunteer? Using Economic Methods to Understand the Liberating Apps from the Limitations of GPS Willingness to Participate in Ecological Volunteerism Scott Mead, United States Military Academy Mital Patel, Union College Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Michaelson Wavemeter Measurements using Time and Frequency Economics Domain Techniques Wattis 117 Benjamin Evans, Jake Anderson, Robert Eckel, Weber State Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. University Pigou versus Minsky: Reconciling the Real Balance Effect with the Debt Deflation Spiral Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Tess Graham, Westminster College Asymmetrical Capacitor Thrusters in Microgravity James Bynes, Hiroshi Park, Steven Ewers, Kapiolani Community Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. College Prenatal Telemedicine and Infant Mortality Rates in Alabama Annika Cousins, Samford University English Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Elizabeth Hall 215 Randomized Control Trials in the Developing World and Their Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Impact on Educational Programs for NGOs Discovering the Everyday, Post-Genocide Rwandan Woman through Caroline Noland, Samford University Creative Nonfiction Writing Danielle Leavitt, Brigham Young University Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Regional Comparison of Lancaster County’s Economy Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Andrew Hobson, Franklin and Marshall College Dream Visions in Anglo-Saxon Literature: A Study of “The Dream of the Rood” and “Caedmon’s Hymn” Wattis 119 Catherine Stiers, Western Carolina University Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Why Does the Poverty Rate Vary So Much Across U.S. Metro Areas? Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Justin Brunot, Penn State Erie-The Behrend College Employing Rhetoric in International Public Service Nonprofits: Communication Strategies for Effective and Sustainable Service Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Anna Becker, Elon University Willingness to Pay for Subsidized Public Transit at Weber State University Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Ethan Spangler, Weber State University Exploring the Madness: Bertha’s Mental Insanity in Wide Sargasso Sea and Jane Eyre Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Sydney Lewis, Dominican University of California Winner’s Curse: Does Economics Explain the Selective Publication of FDA-Approved Anti-Depressant Trials Elizabeth Hall 217 Collin Sitler, Hendrix College Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Spinning the Totem: Dreams of the Unconscious in 21st Century Science Fiction Film Tess Barrett, Hamline University 99 Oral Session 8: Friday 2:40-4:00

Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Spirits and Saints: Religion and the Supernatural in Morrison and Through the Eyes of Sailors and Citizens: How Sailors on the USS Naylor Constitution Viewed the Greek Revolution Abigail Strait, Hamline University Elizabeth George, Bridgewater State University

Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Elizabeth Hall 204 Taking Myth Personally: Feminine Myth in Twentieth and Twenty- Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. First Century Poetry Education in a Republic: The Reform Ideas of Mann Heather Duncan, Utah Valley University Kevin Knudsen, Salisbury University

Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. The “Good-Natur’d Reader”: Alienation in Henry Fielding’s Joseph Empire and Divination: A Study of Roman Religion and Politics in the Andrews Early Empire through the Office of the Augur Colin Loeffler, North Central College Joe Thor, Luther College

Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Film/Photography Studies Encounter at Botany Bay: The British Colonization of Australia Elizabeth Hall 306 1788–1800 Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Kaitlin Cooper, Wayne State University She’s Not the Man: Failed Feminism in Film Adaptation Trisha Haber, Dixie State College of Utah Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Family and Principle: The Blood and Iron of the Empress Frederick Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Aileen Christensen, Brigham Young University Superman’s Return: Portrait of an American Superhero Post 9/11 Nadia van der Watt, Dixie State College of Utah Interdisciplinary Studies Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Wattis 115 Going Through Life Sideways: Fritz Lang’s Violence with his Female Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Characters “Voice Lending: Emulating Selfless Role Models to Empower Elaine Wilson-Sharp, Dixie State College of Utah Underserved Students”: Practical Applications Drawn from Medieval Literature and World History Health Sciences & Public Health Rod Sachs, University of Texas-San Antonio McKay Education 330 Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. The ADR Angle: Examining Illegal Migration Issues Through the Thyroid Hormone Level Correlations in a Sample of Patients at an Mediation Process Internal Medicine Practice Jenna Slack, North Central College Kathryn Evans, Idaho State University Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. The Wal-Mart Community Tumor Microenvironment Modulates Growth and Response to Kelson Goldfine, Ithaca College Therapy in Ovarian Cancer Gong He, University of Michigan International Studies Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Elizabeth Hall 105 Vitamin D Deficiency is Found in 2/3 of African Americans (AA) Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Population Regardless of Underlying IBD or Not and the Vitamin D The Effects of Military Interventions in a Turkish Democracy Levels Are Not Influenced by Disease Severity in AA Sairah Siddique, Hendrix College Anita Bhagavathula, University of Georgia Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. The High Stakes of Rapid Growth vs. Sustainable Development: History Evaluating a New Generation of SEZ Policy Reform Elizabeth Hall 203 Athena Kurry, Brooklyn College Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. The War and the Wehrmacht: The Factors and Events Associated Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. with the Rise and Decline of German Troop Morale During World The Influence of Turkish Immigration on German Students’ Idea of War II Nationalism and Multiculturalism Christopher Ray, Western Carolina University Josephine Nummi, Hamline University

Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. The Youth Rock and Roll Club Culture of 1970s and 1980s Los The Inhibitors and Prospects of Democracy in the Arab World Angeles Travis Stright, American University Alexandria Waltz, Weber State University Elizabeth Hall 106 Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Three Decades of Change: The History of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, The Relationship between MFI Sustainability and the Provision of Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) Life at Duke University and UNC- Social Services Chapel Hill Claire Johnson, Kevin Hong, Occidental College Jess McDonald, Elon University

100 Oral Session 8: Friday 2:40-4:00

Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. The Turkish Question: How the AKP’s Islamic Orientation has Mixed Performing Arts Performance affected Turkish Politics Elizabeth Hall 304 Samantha Whaley, Marquette University Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Agenda: A Minimalist Composition for , Harmony, and Visual Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Artist Microfinance: An Analysis of Success and Challenges in West Africa James-Ace Thackston, Kendra Bourne, Matthew Ahrens, Bridgewater and South Asia State University Glynnis McIntyre, American University Music Literature Elizabeth Hall 304 Elizabeth Hall 219 Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Video Games in the Music Classroom: Technology for a New Servants of the Great Spirit: Native American and National Religion Generation in Hobomok and Hope Leslie Christina Naylor, Appalachian State University Ashley Barry, Bridgewater State University Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. William Byrd: Recusant and Political Composer Soul’s Search: An Analysis of Spiritual Development in the Anglo Ariel Bacon, Cedarville University Saxon Poems “The Wanderer” and “The Seafarer” Claire Giordano, Seattle University Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Unconventional or Is It? The Use of Polyphony, Foreshadowing, and Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Harmonic Expectations in the First Movement of Shostakovich’s Taste as a Distinction: Austen’s Definition of a New Class Separate Sonata for Cello and Piano from Wealth Mary Reidinger, Appalachian State University Shauntal Van Dreel, North Central College

Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Philosophy & Ethics Tending the Humanist Garden: Voltaire, Candide, and the Meaning Elizabeth Hall 117 of Heroism Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Andrew Benton, Western Carolina University Regional Difference in Ethics Decision Making: A Study of IT Pre- professionals in China Mathematics Thang Nguyen, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Wattis 106 Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Hobbes Meets Hominids: Evolution, Empathy, and the Incomplete Pell’s Equations Through Dynamical Systems Social Contract Austin Mack, University of North Carolina-Asheville Circe McDonald, Dominican University of California

Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Security Properties of Elliptic Curve DES Socrates, Salvation, and Social Justice Andrew Kimball, Western Carolina University Nathan Hardy, Truman State University

Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Statistically Low Prices: A Preliminary Study of Store Brand Price Physics Differences Wattis 110 Ryan Holt, Weber State University Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Modeling the Furling Transition of Bergey Wind Turbines Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Wesley LaQuaglia, Westminster College Luby-Rackoff Variants Over Finite Groups Kameryn Williams, Boise State University Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Observing Down-Conversion in BiBo Crystal Microbiology & Immunology Manisha Shrestha, Truman State University McKay Education 233 Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. On the Optimization of Electrolysis of Water Microbial Degradation in Contaminated River Sediments Roger Lascorz, University of West Georgia Ashley Kohler, Jacksonville University Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Optimizing the Stack Length of Thermoacoustic Prime Movers Quantifying the Effects of Antibiotic-Loaded Nanodevices to Treat David Pease, Utah Valley University Chlamydial Infections Christopher McPharlin, Wayne State University Political Science Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Elizabeth Hall 104 The Effects of Pyocyanin on Biofilm Formation of Pseudomonas Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. aeruginosa Strictly Speaking: Redefining Scrutiny through Same Sex Marriage Monica Dimick, Marietta College Nicole True, University of Utah

101 Oral Session 8: Friday 2:40-4:00

Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Tearing Apart The Online Electorate: How the Social Media of the Survival of the Fittest Political Parties Polarizes the American Public Amy Roth, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Kenneth Meyer, Wake Forest University

Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Sociology Tenure and Partisan Voting Behavior in Contemporary Congresses Elizabeth Hall 115 Grant Turpin, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. The Weather Factor and Suicide Rates Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Jarred Blumensheid, Capital University The Conflicted Legal Origins of the European Convention on Human Rights Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Seth Crockett, Western Carolina University The World is Yours: Undergraduates, New Freedom and Social Agency Psychology Bryan Zinschlag, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse McKay Education 317 Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Utah State Courts: Protecting or Exploiting Children in Custody Listener Reaction Time in Speaker Ethnicity and Gender Battles? Identification Laurie Henderson, Westminster College Ryan Tussey, Chelsea Lynch, Jacqueline Canonaco, Hope College Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Community Satisfaction, Attachment, and Perceptions of Crime: A Matching Note-Taking to Memory Study of Ten Neighborhoods Madeline Anderson, Peace College Ronald Hubbard, Jr., Weber State University

Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Mediation Effect of Harshness of Discipline on the Relationship Sport Management between Maternal Education Level and Young Children’s Receptive McKay Education 006 Vocabulary Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Tory Ervin, Texas Tech University Fan Attendance Determinants at a Small Christian College Caitlin Kender, Lubbock Christian University Friday 3:40-4:00 p.m. More Than Just Baby Blues: An Evaluation of the Current Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Psychotherapies for Young Mothers with Post-Partum Depression Catching the Wave of Change: A Case Study into One Small Isabel Rodriguez, Brooklyn College Organization Trying to Redefine the Idea of “Nature” through Outdoor Education with Urban Chile McKay Education 319 Rory Cooper, Ithaca College Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. The Association Between Sexual Victimization and Dissociation and Risk Perception Sustainability Shanna Bartholomew, Molly Kalamarides, Eastern Washington Wattis 114 University Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. A New Era of Agriculture Technology and Decision Making Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Jonathan Luetchens, Dordt College The Impact of Mortality Salience on Religion and Spiritual Beliefs in College Students Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Rachel Davis, University of Montevallo Bike Sharing as Alternative Transportation at Bridgewater State University Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Jennifer Ashley, Bridgewater State University Thin Line between Love and Hate: Comparison of Males and Females and Their Feelings Utilizing the Sexual Difference Theory Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Myeisha , Howard University Organic Cotton Apparel: Flourishing or Lacking within the Apparel Industry Natalie Stangler, Madeline Hokkanen, St. Catherine University-St. Religious Studies Paul Elizabeth Hall 205 Friday 2:40-3:00 p.m. Selective Amnesia to Violence Caused by Religious Identity Reduction in Post-Partition India Jeri Erickson, Capital University Friday 3:00-3:20 p.m. Possible Oral Session 9 for late The Desensitization of Mystical Ritual: Perceptions of the Sema Ceremony in Istanbul Brockell Briddle, Truman State University registrants to be announced.

Friday 3:20-3:40 p.m. Please consult the online schedule The Hopelessness of Traditional Eschatological Hope: A Broken World’s Cry for Active Hope in Suffering Sarah McIlvried, Capital University for details.

102 Oral Session 10: Saturday 8:30-9:50

Saturday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Chemistry Optimization of Reactive Ion Etching (RIE) Parameters for Selective Wattis 103 Removal of MOSFET Gate Dielectric and Evaluation of Its Physical Saturday 8:30-8:50 a.m. and Electrical Properties Using Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry to Analyze the Samuel Wood, Hojoon Lee, Minnesota State University-Mankato Elemental Composition of Didymosphenia Geminate Phillip Chambers, James Madison University Saturday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Super Resolution Imaging: Verification of Theory via Optical Gain Saturday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Ainhoa Iglesias, Casey Icenhour, Western Carolina University How Maltose Binding Proteins Recognize Substrates: Insights From Computer Simulations Cornelius Audu, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis English Elizabeth Hall 215 Saturday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Saturday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Making Potential Anticancer Agents in a Microwave Reactor Fairytales: The Indicator of Cultural Importance David Kempe, Abilene Christian University Rozlyn Tousignant, University of Wisconsin-River Falls

Saturday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Computer Science Fire and Ice: The Women of the Icelandic Sagas Wattis 104 Angela Whyland, Russell Sage College Saturday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Toward Automatically Extracting Person Related Facts from OCRed Saturday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Historical Documents Forcing Art Through Closed Eyes Joseph Park, Brigham Young University Emily Harris, Montana State University-Billings

Saturday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Saturday 9:30-9:50 a.m. United States Military Bomb Selection Good Country People and Their Romantic Traditions John Fair, Fisk University Tom Stulken, Black Hills State University

Saturday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Elizabeth Hall 217 Using Genetic Algorithm to Select Most Effective Ports To Open For a Saturday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Given Web Filter The Artifice of Normalcy: Where Deliberate Camp and Melodrama Anjolaoluwa Olayemi, Fisk University Converge as Social Commentary Maurine Pfuhl, Truman State University Saturday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Federating Multiple Cloud Infrastructures that Support Saturday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Virtualization The Beasts of the Closet: (Re)Presenting Same-Sex Desires in Christopher Apsey, Alexander Eubanks, Alan Siegel, Patrick Shaffer, Coleridge’s “Christabel” United States Military Academy Joshua Black, University of West Georgia

Saturday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Economics The Birth of Caligari: National Trauma and the Impact of the Great Wattis 117 War on German Film Saturday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Tasha Lindberg, Hamline University Sexual Orientation and Income: the Queer Economics of Earning Potential Saturday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Megan Burik, Truman State University The Climate of Belonging: A Creative Exploration of the Alien Nation of London Saturday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Jillian Weiss, Elon University The Benefit of Free Trade on a Developing Economy: A Statistical Analysis of Chile’s Trade Liberalization with North America Justin Anderson, University of Minnesota-Duluth History Elizabeth Hall 203 Saturday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Saturday 8:30-8:50 a.m. The Demise of Alpine Plant Specialists? Implications of Warming Tiny Nation, Big Dreams: The Duchy of Courland’s Colonial Temperatures and Advanced Snowmelt on Alpine Plant Endeavors Communities, Southwestern Colorado Benjamin Young, State University of New York-Brockport Michael Remke, Fort Lewis College Saturday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Saturday 9:30-9:50 a.m. True Agency or True Womanhood? A Qualitative Analysis of Child Trafficking in Haiti and the Bianca LaVeglia, Adelphi University Dominican Republic Using the Capitalist Theory Shanelly Pena, Howard University Saturday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Uncovering the Truth: Themes of Exposure in Performances of Jean Renart’s Guillaume de Dole Electrical Engineering Lucy Spicer, Seattle University Wattis 113 Saturday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Saturday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Near-Infrared Polarization Optics using Nanostructured Silicon ’s Occupied Industries: Building People’s Power by Taking Ethan , Montana State University-Bozeman Control Sarah Brady, Seattle University

103 Oral Session 10: Saturday 8:30-9:50

Elizabeth Hall 204 Saturday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Saturday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Factors Associated with Bothersome Behaviors Identified by Stroke Finding A Middle Ground in the Fog of War Family Caregivers Kramer McLuckie, Grinnell College Carmanny Gonzalez, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Saturday 8:50-9:10 a.m. First Step Toward Freedom: Women in Contraband Camps In and Saturday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Around the District of Columbia During the Civil War Family Hardiness and Caregiver Burden in Families Raising a Child Lauren Roedner, Gettysburg College With a Disability Devaun Sheppard, Brigham Young University Saturday 9:10-9:30 a.m. From Cultural Necessity to a ‘Peculiar’ Predicament: the Story of Saturday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Native American Captivity in the Ohio River Valley and Southern Study of Malnutrition and Anemia Rates Among Children in the Great Lakes from 1780-1812 Perimetral Area of Guayaquil, Ecuador and Its Effects on Growth Alexis Smith, North Central College and Development Angela Astle, Brigham Young University Saturday 9:30-9:50 a.m. From Shackles to the Patent Office in One Generation: Skilled Slaves and Slave Craftsmen Physiology Frank Smith, Adelphi University McKay Education 219 Satuday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Determining Megakaryocyte Numbers and Size in Hibernating and Literature Non-Hibernating Ground Squirrels Elizabeth Hall 219 Kory Wilkinson, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Saturday 8:30-8:50 a.m. That Two-Faced Bitch: Psychoanalysis of Lady Brett Ashley Saturday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Kevin Hipps, Western Carolina University Protein-Based Diets Improve Growth Over Pre-Digested Diets by Utilizing the Intestinal Peptide Transporter Opt-2/PepT-1 Saturday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Stephanie Hansen, Weber State University The Art of Survival in New Grub Street Jesse Cook, Dixie State College of Utah Saturday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Vacuolar Proton ATPases Extrude Acid at the Cell Surface in Human Saturday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Cancer Cells The Baudrillardian Hamlet: Madness as Hyperreality: Or, a Rejection Jess Lees, Texas Tech University of the Feigned/Real Binary of Madness in Shakespeare’s Hamlet Brian Thredgold, Utah Valley University Saturday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Competitiveness Levels Among Couples Related to Happiness Saturday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Tara Leann Evans, Nathan Pearson, Utah Valley University The Bond Between Human and Nature in Fantasy Heather McPherson, Hendrix College Political Science Elizabeth Hall 104 Microbiology & Immunology Saturday 8:30-8:50 a.m. McKay Education 233 The Effect of Health Care Reform on Genetic Discrimination Saturday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Kristin Marshall, Truman State University Membrane-Associated Collagenase; a Putative Spreading Factor in Oral Streptococci Saturday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Jacob Cohen, University of South Florida The Flow of Internet Information in China: Comparing Perception to Reality Saturday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Yiyi Liu, Hendrix College Repeated Administration of Immunemodulating Fluids for Resuscitation in Critical Illness Caused by Sepsis: An Animal Study Saturday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Rachel Eisenstadt, Shenghui Li, Wanfeng Gong, Paymon Sanati- The Grameen Bank and Political Empowerment: Evaluating the Mehrizy, University of Pennsylvania Sociopolitical Impacts of Microcredit Programs Syed Zaidi, Truman State University Saturday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Using Chemical Sensitivity Screening to Identify Phenotypes Saturday 9:30-9:50 a.m. for Single Serine/Threonine Kinase Gene-Deletion Mutants of The Missing Votes for a Stay of Execution Neurospora Crassa Brandon Marsh, Steven Woody Weber State University Diala Fitz-Gerald, University of California-Riverside Elizabeth Hall 105 Saturday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Nursing Black Poison: A Qualitative Analysis of the Toxic Situation in Africa’s McKay Education 330 Most Oil-Producing Nation, Nigeria Saturday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Adedamola Sokoya, Howard University Exploring the Usability and Readability of Text Messaging in Building Healthy Dating Relationships Saturday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Ju Hae Hwang, Dominique Dela Cruz, University of Pittsburgh- Comparing and Contrasting the Pros and Cons of Capitalism and School of Nursing Socialism for the United States: A Quantitative Analysis Using the Rational Choice Theory Joseph Laster, Howard University

104 Oral Session 10: Saturday 8:30-9:50

Saturday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Saturday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Defining NGO Efficiency in the Developing World From Picket Lines to Picket Fences: A Triangulative Analysis of Ryan Bakow, Brigham Young University Residential Outcomes of the Black Washingtonian Middle Class, 2000-2009 Psychology Peris Flagg, Howard University McKay Education 317 Saturday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Saturday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Why the Poor in the United States of America Remain Poor: An Parent & Teacher BASC-2 Ratings Differentiate Among ADHD Explanatory Case Study Utilizing Cultural Relativity and Capitalist Subtypes Theories Danielle Ramstrom, St. Catherine University-St. Paul Jasmin Griffin, Howard University

Saturday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Personality or Attractiveness? The Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Sustainability Mate Evaluation Wattis 114 Cassandra Heimann, Hendrix College Saturday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Our Pound of Flesh: Sacrificing Ecological Principles Under the Saturday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Banner of Roman Exceptionalism Physiological Arousal and Adolescent Aggression Curtis Westbay, Truman State University Yvonne Clark, Westminster College Saturday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Saturday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Transition Towns: Utilizing Tools of Resilience to Challenge a Plans to Use Substances Upon Release Affects Initial Jail Adjustment Globalized World Ryan Duncan, Adam Conway, Eastern Washington University Emily Richey, Hamline University

McKay Education 319 Saturday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Saturday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Two Wrongs Don’t Make It Right: A Case Study of the Lower Ninth Children and Nature: Early Literacy Skills in Preschoolers Ward, Sustainability, & Environmental Justice Gabriel Casher, Ryan Cotter, Kelsey Hawkins, Amanda Schab, Sara Kadence Hampton, St. Edwards University Dykstra, Ann Frisella, John Vanderveen, Hope College

Saturday 8:50-9:10 a.m. Cross Cultural Attitudes towards Disabilities and Beliefs about Choice Renee DeMatteis, Westminster College

Saturday 9:10-9:30 a.m. Subliminal Stoop: A Dual Account of the Subconscious Brandon Beck, University of Montana Religious Studies Elizabeth Hall 205 Saturday 8:30-8:50 a.m. The Social Meaning of the Divine Image: A Comparative Study of the Theological Anthropologies of Kallistos Ware and Reinhold Niebuhr Luke Kinney, North Central College

Saturday 8:50-9:10 a.m. The South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission: An Analysis of Religious Conflict Resolution Lauren Zager, Valparaiso University

Saturday 9:10-9:30 a.m. The Parable of the Unforgiving Slave (Matthew 18:23–35) Alan Taylor Farnes, Brigham Young University

Saturday 9:30-9:50 a.m. Emergent Christianity: Doctrine and Social Boundaries in a New Religious Movement Hannah Allen, Wheaton College Sociology Elizabeth Hall 115 Saturday 8:30-8:50 a.m. Capitalism in Disguise: A Critical Investigation of the Recent Influx of Fast Food Chains in Trinidad and Tobago and Its Socioeconomic Effects Luanne Edwards, Howard University

105 Poster Sessions Map

106 Poster Session 1: Thursday 8:30-9:50

Anthropology & Archaeology Tripod 15 Side C Discovery of Novel Inhibitors for Protein Serine Threonine Tripod 1 Side C Phosphatase (PSTP) of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Through Virtual Bison Bones and Stone Tools: A View of Late Prehistoric Subsistence Drug Screening Practices from Southeast Idaho Sadhana Balasubramanyam, University of Texas-Austin Alina Winter, Weber State University Tripod 16 Side A Tripod 2 Side A Alterations in Biomarkers of Insulin Resistance in Dogs with Chronic Dating a Mummy Heart Failure Produced by Multiple-Sequential Intracoronary Shannon Wood, Brigham Young University Microembolizations Bipin Sunkara, Wayne State University Tripod 2 Side B History of Holidays: A Look at Celtic Pagan Roots in Today’s Tripod 16 Side B Traditions An Exploration of the Copper Binding Properties of the Melissa Jackson, Weber State University Methanobactin Molecules Produced by the Methane-Oxidizing Bacteria Methylosinus trichosporium (mb-OB3b) and Methylocystis Tripod 2 Side C strain SB2 (mb-SB2) International and Indigenous Medicine: Effects on the Perception of Ashley Van Galen, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Healing in Rural Ghana Samantha Terranella, Wayne State University Tripod 16 Side C Analysis of Phospholipase Activity in Adeno-Associated Virus Tripod 3 Side A Particles by Liquid-Chromatography/Mass-Spectrometry Lithic Raw Material Sourcing and Exchange Patterns at the Late Dewey Brooke, Montana State University-Bozeman Prehistoric Hartley Fort Site Mark Irish, Luther College Tripod 17 Side A Analyzing Expression of 1-Aminocyclopropane-1-Carboxylate (ACC) Tripod 3 Side B Deaminase in Strains of Sinorhizobium One with the Land: An Exploration of Environmental Perspectives of Alyssa Renn, Hamline University-St. Paul Native American Tribes of Southern New England Helen Silkonis, Bridgewater State University Tripod 17 Side B Aquaporin-2 Expression in Rat Kidney Tripod 3 Side C David Green, Minnesota State University-Mankato Reflecting Upon Theory: Archaeologists at Work Kelsey Brunasso, College Tripod 17 Side C Biochemical Characterization and the Pursuit of Crystal Structures Tripod 4 Side A Megi Rexhepaj, Utah State University Studying Mobility and the Importance of Maize in the Muisca Culture of Prehistoric Colombia Using Elemental and Isotopic Tripod 18 Side A Analysis of Human Skeletal Remains Characterization of a Model Peptide by NMR Spectroscopy for Lauren Johnson, University of South Florida Potential Antibiotic Application Emma Sabel, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Tripod 4 Side B Tasting the Trail: The Influence of Economically Important Food Tripod 18 Side B Plants on Shoshone Mobility Patterns Characterization of a Tamoxifen Resistant Breast Cancer Cell Line Martin Welker, Jason Patten, Utah State University Kenna Organ, University of Wisconsin-River Falls

Tripod 4 Side C Tripod 18 Side C The Family Village: the “Guanxi” of Chinese Grassroots Elections Determining a Structure/Activity Relationship for the Triplex- and Michelle Phillips, Rice University Quadruplex-Binding Protein Stm1p Catherine Denning, Western Carolina University Tripod 101 Side A The Preservation and Application of Medicinal Plant Knowledge Among the Maasai in Tanzania Biology Georgianna Whiteley, Luther College Tripod 35 Side A Various types of calcium channels act in coordination to effectively Tripod 101 Side B control synaptic vesicle release in Caenorhabditis elegans Using Isotopic Analysis to Investigate Migration as a State Strategy Jackson Richards, University of Utah in the Ancient Andes Amanda Webber, Kylie Sage, Northern Arizona University Tripod 35 Side B Visualization of Novel Guidepost Cells in Drosophila Olfactory Map Development Biochemistry Emily Wexler, Brockport Tripod 15 Side B Defining a Minimal PRMT5-like Activity in Yeast HSL7 Tripod 35 Side C Drake Smith, Utah State University To Eat or Not to Eat: Developing Biomarkers for Diet Selection by Herbivores Kristina Gehlken, Boise State University

107 Poster Session 1: Thursday 8:30-9:50

Tripod 36 Side A Tripod 40 Side C Venom Proteomics of the Prairie Rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis Characterizing the Role of HspB2 in Cardiac Mitochondrial Function Mallory Ageton, Black Hills State University Joshua Rice, Jonathan Neubert, Kelsey Langston, Fred Nelson, Jonathan Wood, Brigham Young University Tripod 36 Side B The Effects of Ascorbic Acid on Msx-2 Expression during Limb Tripod 102 Side B Regeneration of Ambystoma mexicanum To Baetidae or Not to Baetidae: Comprehensive Phylogeny of Baetid Brittany Reynolds, Caroline Lawhead, Westminster College Mayflies (Ephemeroptera) Tyler Smith, Chase Barker, Utah Valley University Tripod 36 Side C The Use of Filamentous Fungi to Convert Human Waste into Tripod 102 Side C Consumable Products The Regulation of PAS kinase, a Key Sensory Kinase Required for Elizabeth Phillipi, Alexander Zapata, Blair Mitchell, Jacob Glucose Homeostasis Yablonowski, Jonathan Schoer, Michael Watters, Valparaiso Rachel Findlay, Jason Teng, Kayla Bevard, Spencer Thornock, University Brigham Young University

Tripod 37 Side A Tripod 102 Side D Using Data from the Cancer Genome Atlas to Investigate Molecular The role of O-GlcNAc transferase in regulating breast cancer Events Related to Ovarian Cancer metabolism via modulation of the mTOR/HIF-1 pathway Xiaoye Liu, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities John Falcone, Drexel University

Tripod 37 Side B Tripod 103 Side A Using Selected Gene Regions to Find Rapidly Evolving DNA Sequences Trout Occurence and Persistance in Wasatch Front Creeks of Closely Related Species of the Genus Columnea Tyler Anderson, Weber State University Shandra Jeffries, Boise State University Tripod 103 Side B Tripod 37 Side C Whale Phylogeny as an Exportable Teaching Tool Use of Differential Scanning Fluorimetry to Detect Protein-Ligand Melissa Schober, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Interactions in Human ERa Raneen Rahhal, State University of New York-New Paltz Tripod 103 Side C A Study of Prickly sculpin (Cottus asper) Parasites in California’s San Tripod 38 Side A Francisco Bay Area The Role of CheA Short in the Repellant Response of E. coli Angelina Andrews, Sandra Vulis, Dominican University of California Chemotaxis Brittany Rowe, Megan Schrock, North Central College Tripod 103 Side D What is the Lowest Whole-Body Dose of Ionizing Radiation that can Tripod 38 Side B be Detected in Humans by Analyzing Micronuclei? Biomedical Science Experiences in West Africa Malati Vadapalli, Wayne State University Kymberli Whayne, Langston University

Tripod 38 Side C Business & Economics A Role for the Circadian Gene xNocturnin During Somitogenesis in Tripod 7 Side C Xenopus laevis Microenterprise Business Models in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Chelsealyn Lope, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Solution to Global Poverty Jacob Runkel, Loyola University Tripod 39 Side A Transcriptional Activity of DNA Variants Associated with Total Tripod 8 Side A Cholesterol, HDL-C, and LDL-C Levels Inspiration from the Competition of Taobao and eBay—A Strategy Kasey Vernon, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State for the E-Commerce Market in China University Yuening Wu, Yueqiao Chi, Zhuojing Zhou, Yiyun Hao, James Ouk, Bridgewater State University Tripod 39 Side B A Possible Screening for the Development of Uterine Cancer in Tripod 8 Side B Obesity Defined by Practice: A Visual Definition of Corporate Social Jennifer Lamoreux, Minnesota State University-Mankato Responsibility using the ISO 26000, the DJSI, and the KLD Kiralei Celestino, Weber State University Tripod 39 Side C A Faunal Treatment of the Cerambycidae of Montana Tripod 8 Side C Charles Hart, Montana State University-Bozeman Increasing Competitiveness in the Area Job Market Megan Faust, Phillip Boon, University of Nebraska-Kearney Tripod 40 Side A The Paleoptera Problem Revisited Tripod 9 Side A Quality Circles in the United States: A Retrospective Examination Trevor Zobell, Thomas Ogden, Utah Valley University Kyle Braithwaite, Weber State University Tripod 40 Side B A Mouse Model for Equine Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis Tripod 9 Side B Stereotype Spillover: A Case for Supervisor-Subordinate Expectations Vaccine Development Lael Griffin, Utah State University Kristina Geiger, Megan Sumida, Occidental College

108 Poster Session 1: Thursday 8:30-9:50

Tripod 11 Side A Tripod 14 Side C A Local Area Analysis of Housing Opportunities across Race, U.S. Unemployment: Cyclical or Structural? Ethnicity, and Income Elizabeth Feustel, Jacksonville University Curzio Okado, Niriksha Shetty, Franklin and Marshall College Tripod 15 Side A Tripod 9 Side C Who is Up-to-Date? A National Assessment of Child Immunization Acculturation and Repatriation: An Exploratory Analysis of Return Coverage, 1999-2009 Mormon Missionaries Meaghan Vitale, College of New Jersey Joshua Blume, Utah State University

Tripod 10 Side A Diversity Studies Exploring Newspaper Readership among Young Adults Tripod 1 Side A Jordan German, Lexi Stumme, Ciera Neverve, Russel Bergholz, Are Race and Age the Factors that Drive the Decision-Making within University of Nebraska-Kearney the Juvenile Justice System? Kendrea Williams, Indiana University-Purdue University Tripod 10 Side B Indianapolis Spread the Word: Marketing a Museum without Funding Melissa Allen, Utah State University Tripod 1 Side B Skin Bleaching Usage among African Americans and Nigerians Tripod 10 Side C Coralie McEachron, Penn State University The Effect of Self-Construal on Purchasing Patterns and Attention to Product Detail Tripod 101 Side C Caitlyn Byrnes, Jessica Castano, Fordham University A Qualitative Study on Negotiating Physical Disability on a College Campus Tripod 11 Side B Ryan Nell, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse The Top Ten Effect: An Examination of Consumers’ Subjective Perceptions of Rankings Tripod 101 Side D Vicente Tafur, Seattle University Semantic and Phonological Development in Spanish-English Bilinguals Tripod 11 Side C Kimberly Crespo, Kean University What is the Perception and Awareness of Family Therapy? Vanessa Jones, Brandon Wissing, University of Nebraska-Kearney International Studies Tripod 12 Side A Tripod 6 Side A Sino-Pakistani Security Relations in the Post-Bin Laden Era Black-Scholes and Wiener Process Daniel Bressner, Florida International University Richard Charette, Bridgewater State University

Tripod 12 Side B Tripod 7 Side A The Children of War: A Plight for Afghani Children Certificates of Deposit: Normal or Inferior Good? Kriston Haynes, Western Carolina University Neil Lockwood, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

Tripod 12 Side C Tripod 7 Side B A Household’s Financial Reactions to an Increase in Taxes Do Stated Sales Tax Rates Impact Growth? A Panel Study of US States Alexa Cavacchioli, Loyola University Jessie Staerk, University of Wisconsin-River Falls

Tripod 13 Side A Kinesiology & Exercise Science Economic Value of the Southern Appalachian Brook Trout Tripod 23 Side A Matthew Fields, University of North Carolina-Asheville Comparison of Traditional and Modified Breaststroke Pullout Techniques on Breaststroke Swim Performance Tripod 13 Side B Nicole Hansen, Shannon Tschida, Gustavus Adolphus College Evidence for Index Put Option Mispricing Andrew Brady, Matthew Foy, Lafayette College Tripod 23 Side B The Effect of Cryotherapy on the Treatment of Delayed Onset of Tripod 13 Side C Muscle Soreness Harmonization of US-EU Regulatory Standards Kelli Buerman, Gustavus Adolphus College David Christensen, University of Utah Tripod 23 Side C Tripod 14 Side A Personality Factors and Ergogenic Expectancy The Impact of Additional Trail Access and Mileage on the Consumer Matthew Skelly, Heather Umberhocker, Katelyn Whitley, Len Lecci, Surplus of Greenway Trail Users in Western North Carolina Julian Keith Jenna Cantrell, Appalachian State University Tripod 24 Side A Tripod 14 Side B Relationship between Backward Overhead Medicine Ball Throw and The Trade-off between Smoking and Obesity Power Measured from Two Lifting Methods Erica Birk, University of Montana Alyssa Duffy, Truman State University

109 Poster Session 1: Thursday 8:30-9:50

Tripod 24 Side B Tripod 19 Side B The Effect of Exercise on Estrogen Occurance of Bacteria on Fomites in a University Athletic Setting Abigail Schuerman, Truman State University Blake Sellers, Jason Bass, Tana Eggleston, Weber State University

Tripod 24 Side C Tripod 19 Side C The Effect of Performance Bracelets on Strength, Power, , Role of Copper in Sulfite Reduction by Shewanella oneidensis Flexibility, and Balance in Collegiate Athletes Trevor Croft, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Jessica Koller, Courntey Loftus, Salisbury University Tripod 20 Side A Tripod 25 Side A Characterization of a Novel Exiguobacterium sp. from the Cabo The Effects of Petrissage Massage, Effluerage Massage, and Static Rojo salterns Stretching on Plantar Flexion Range of Motion Robert Rabelo, University of Puerto Rico at Humacao Christine Roering, Gustavus Adolphus College Tripod 20 Side B Tripod 25 Side B Comparison of Serum Auto-antibody Prevalence in Asbestos-Exposed Pectoralis Major Tendon Rupture in a 21-Year-Old Division I Ice Populations: Libby, MT and New York Pipefitters Hockey Player Erin Birch, Idaho State University James Newton, Ithaca College Tripod 20 Side C Tripod 25 Side C Characterization of a Herpes Simplex Virus Variant as a Common The Effect of Aerobic Fatigue on Cognitive Function Glycoprotein G Mutant and its Implications on HSV Detection Kelsey George, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Methods Daniel Catts, Brigham Young University Tripod 26 Side A Visual Strategies Differ among Pursuit and Compensatory Feedback Tripod 21 Side A Displays during Graded Pinch Force Tasks in Young Adults AgNO3 Resistance & Tolerance in Mutant Strains of Dermatophytic Brad Ernest, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Fungi (Trichophyton mentagrophytes & Microsporum gypseum) Orin Hansen, Jesse Caron, Black Hills State University Tripod 26 Side B The Influence of High and Moderate Intensity Exercise on Body Mass Tripod 21 Side B and Resting Metabolic Rate in Women Aged 18-40 Years of Age Hitchhiker Viruses of the Great Salt Lake Sarah Schulz, Lake Superior State University Trevor McLean, Weber State University

Tripod 26 Side C Tripod 21 Side C Beyond Limits: Exploring Motivation and Gender Barriers in Investigating the Effect of Calcium and Iron on Gene Regulation in Ultramarathoning Vibrio parahaemolyticus Amy Harris, Minnesota State University-Mankato Erin Voelschow, Luther College

Tripod 22 Side A Linguistics & World Languages Modification of Water Bottles to Decrease Illness-Causing Tripod 5 Side A Microorganisms in Unpurified Drinking Water An Acoustic Study of Word-Medial Stop Consonants in 2-3 Year-Old Federico Lin, Chony Seng, Barry University Speakers of American English Saem Hur, Union College Tripod 22 Side B X-ray Crystal Structure of an Azoreductase Protein from Clostridium Tripod 5 Side B perfringens Francophones at the Political Fault Line: A Discourse Analysis of Cassandra Camp, Oklahoma State University Minority French Advocate Parties in Brussels Megan Shoemate, North Central College Tripod 22 Side C Stable Cell Line Engineered with shRNA Against TMPRESS2 Protease Tripod 5 Side C to Reduce the Infection of Influenza Virus From Cold War Era Germany to the Middle East of Today: The Nisarg Patel, University of Georgia Relevancy of German Film to Contemporary Political Issues Mark Zajac, North Central College Psychology Tripod 6 Side B Tripod 27 Side A The Shibboleth Defines Human Association The Subjective Placebo Effect: A Structural Equation Model Olivia Causby, Western Carolina University Charles Sepers, University of Nebraska-Kearney

Tripod 6 Side C Tripod 27 Side B Non-visible Gesturing in Telephone Conversation The effects of earlier school start times on sleep and cognitive Jared Desjardins, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities performance in children ages 7-10 Kimberly Bryant, Bridgewater State University

Microbiology and Immunology Tripod 27 Side C Tripod 19 Side A How Relationships and Situations Affect the Efficacy of Hollow A Molecular Exploration of the Microbial Community in the Intestinal Forgiveness Tract of the Kiko Goat Mariah Ramold, Cesia Roche, University of Nebraska-Kearney Jennifer Conway, Bridgewater State University 110 Poster Session 1: Thursday 8:30-9:50

Tripod 28 Side A Tripod 32 Side C The Effect of Applicant Disability on Hiring Decisions What Does the Future Hold? A Study Examining the Future Jami Crouch, Storm Styles, North Central College Outlook, Self-Efficacy and Self-Esteem Beliefs of College Students in Philadelphia and Arusha, Tanzania Tripod 28 Side B Morgan Kamerdze, Dahra Jackson Williams, LaSalle University The Value of Hair for Recognizing Facial Composite Images Kate Herold, University of Central Lancashire Tripod 33 Side A Workplace Violence: College Students’ Experiences and Perceptions Tripod 28 Side C of Behaviors The Vulnerability of Jurors to Faulty Forensic Evidence Leslee Carothers, Samantha Hopkins, Arica Ellingson, St. Catherine Chelsea , Weber State University University-St. Paul

Tripod 29 Side A Tripod 33 Side B The Worst Treated Criminal: Perceptions of Pedophiles Time Estimation as an Objective Measure of Workload Carolina Merino, Dominican University of California Natasha Barnes, Will Seidelman, Michelle Sublette, Michael Lee, Rosanna Smith, Tyler Patrick, Randy Hukle, Nichole Cooper, University of Kentucky Tripod 29 Side B Two Models of PTSD in Rats Selectively Bred for High or Low Saccharin Consumption Tripod 33 Side C Wesley Goodman-Levy, Occidental College The Tip-of-the-Tongue (TOT) State: Metacognition of Faces Alejandro Vazquez, Florida International University Tripod 29 Side C Trust as a Mediator of Post-Disaster Resilience Tripod 34 Side A Christina Wright, University of South Alabama Validation of a Bi-Directional Math Anxiety Scale with an At-Risk University Student Sample Andrew Thayer, Black Hills State University Tripod 30 Side A Voice Quality: Listener Identification of Speaker Gender and Ethnicity Women & Gender Studies Imari Smith, Hope College Tripod 100 Side A Complications of Intrauterine Device Placement in Postpartum Tripod 30 Side B Women Who’s your Daddy? Addressing Nepotism from a Cultural Sydney Kelpin, University of Michigan Perspective Erick Briggs, Barry University Tripod 100 Side B From The South African Mine to the American Bride: How Diamonds Tripod 30 Side C Inform Gender Roles throughout the Supply Chain A Developmental Shift Eye-Gaze Patterns to a Speaker’s Face: From Michelle Kulla, Penn State University Infants to Toddlers Elicia Wartman, Ithaca College Tripod 100 Side C How to Eliminate Female Genital Cutting from Modern Society Tripod 31 Side A Meghan Conroy, University of South Carolina A Comparison of Personality Type: Nice Guys Versus Bad Boys Micheal Kosiak, Steven Hochstetler, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Tripod 100 Side D The Nature of Female Competitiveness and its Depiction in Popular Cinema Tripod 31 Side B Kathleen Matusewicz, Adelphi University “It’s OK to be Mad, Even if You’re Wrong”: Mother’s Explanations for their Children’s Harmful and Helpful Behavior Jessica Robinson, University of Utah

Tripod 31 Side C Work Your Cock-tail Off: Calorie Restriction and Exercise Output in College Students Participating in Extreme Drinking Stephanie Babiarz, Miami University

Tripod 32 Side A What’s in Your Closet? Misty Karges, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities

Tripod 32 Side B The Role of Narcissism in Perceiving and Reacting to Overqualification Carrie Sauer, Elena Brondolo, State University of New York-New Paltz

111 Poster Session 2: Thursday 11:40-1:00

Art History Tripod 6 Side B The Addition of a Spectrometer to APSU’s Telescope to Study Tripod 7 Side C Planetary Nebulae Art and Intimacy: The Dichotomy of Private and Public Museums Katherine Boedges, Austin PEAY State University Jessica Berger, North Central College Tripod 6 Side C Art & Media Studies The Kinematics of the Ionized Hydrogen in NGC 3372 (Carina Nebula) Tripod 13 Side A Grace Fontanez Santana, University of Puerto Rico at Humacao African American Visual Artist: How They Can Become National Figures Arie Montgomery, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Biochemistry Tripod 14 Side B Tripod 13 Side B Molecular Dynamics Simulations for Determining the Free Energy Fluxus, Intermedia, and Grapefruit Difference In Sugar Binding for the Glucose/Galactose Binding Nicholas Hullibarger, Siena Heights University, Protein Ryan Davis, Wittenberg University Tripod 13 Side C Integrating Emerging Technologies to Enhance Digital Artist Tripod 15 Side A Workflows Exploring the Metabolic Role of Burkholderia Cenocepacia HMGR Joel Esposito, Jacksonville University Joe Driver, Gonzaga University

Tripod 14 Side A Tripod 15 Side B SHIVER: An Immersion into Interactive Art Examination of a Critical Valine Residue in a Paramyxovirus Fusion Alyssa Zasada, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Protein: Roles in Protein Folding and Membrane Fusion Courtney Ford, University of Kentucky Tripod 14 Side C The Use of Media by Performing Arts Organizations Tripod 15 Side C Simone Dallaire, Drexel University Engineered Hexahistidine-tags as Molecular Switches for Reversible Protein Self-Assembly Astronomy Monica Thomas, University of Utah Tripod 4 Side A Tripod 16 Side A Analysis of Impact Craters in the Southwestern Quadrant of the Electricity Generation from Sediment Microbial Fuel Cells Deployed Lunar Nearside in Lake Michigan Valerie Gibbs, Northern Arizona University Patrick Kelly, Fei Zhang, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Tripod 4 Side B Tripod 16 Side B Benchmarking SDSS-Segue Estimated Stellar Parameters using High Effects of Redox Cycling and Rotenone on Hydrogen Peroxide Resolution Spectra of SDSS Stars Generation and Mitochondrial Membrane Potential Iranga Samarasingha, Tim Anderton, James Huffman, University of Srilakshmi Kadiyala, Wayne State University Utah Tripod 16 Side C Tripod 4 Side C Effects of High Volume Pharmaceuticals on Arabidopsis thaliana Crater Topography in the Northwester Quadrant of the Lunar Michelle Storage, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Nearside Rebeca Kinser, Northern Arizona University Tripod 17 Side A Effect of Cyclooxygenase-2 Glycosylation on Downstream Prostanoid Tripod 5 Side A Synthesis Pathways Geological Analysis of Impact Craters to Study Terrain History and Josephine Stipe, Dominican University of California Signs of Water in , Mars Michael Talbot, Northern Arizona University Tripod 17 Side B Do Substituents at C-2 Position Affect Acyl-ACP Substrate Activity for Tripod 5 Side B EsaI AHL Synthase? Particle Dynamics in the Galaxy’s Gravitational Potential Laura Markey, Boise State University Benjamin Czaja, University of Utah Tripod 17 Side C Tripod 5 Side C Development of Efficient Methods for the Evaluation of Metabolic Sights of a Changing Universe Engineering of Sialo-Carbohydrate Antigens on Cancer Cell Surfaces Daniel Giles, William Armentrout, Westminster College Sergejs Stepanovs, Wayne State University

Tripod 6 Side A Tripod 18 Side A Star to Star Na-O Variations and Low Alpha Abundances in the Development of a Hydrophobic Interaction Chromatography Globular Cluster NGC 1261 Media Selection Protocol and Sequential Chromatographic Protein Dan Filler, University of Utah Purification Orrin Stone, Seattle University

112 Poster Session 2: Thursday 11:40-1:00

Tripod 18 Side B Tripod 38 Side C Development of a Coupled Assay for Pantoea stewartii’s Esa I, an The Cost of Antibiotic Resistance in Escherichia coli as Tested by Acyl Homoserine Lactone Synthase, with 5’-Methylthioadenosine/S- Limited Carbon Supply Adenosylhomocysteine Nucleosidase Justin Kwiatkowski, Westminster College Remington Turner, Boise State University Tripod 39 Side A Tripod 18 Side C Studies on Anti-Cancer Mechanisms of Pterostilbene in Malignant Development of 19F NMR Assays to Measure Uridine Ribohydrolase Gliomas Activity Using Fluorinated Ribose Analogues of Uridine as Substrates Chandramouli Mandalaparty, Wayne State University Sandy Ramcharan, Adelphi University Tripod 39 Side B The Effect of Host Defense on a Vector and the Parasite it Carries Biology Autumn Henry, University of Utah Tripod 35 Side A A Yeast Two-hybrid Screen Reveals Novel Roles for Yeast PAS kinase Tripod 39 Side C Jordan Mackay, Andrew Gessel, Tacie Hall, Eliza Lawrence, Brigham The Effect of Corticosterone Treatment on Hippocampal Cell Young University Morphology and Spatial Memory in Zebra Finches Sarah Lottes, St. Norbert College Tripod 35 Side B The Effects on Scotophase Shortening on the Wheel-Running Activity Tripod 40 Side A of the House Mouse The Effect of Ascorbic Acid on the Expression of HoxA13 mRNA in Jared Pirkle, Siena Heights University Ambystoma mexicanum During Limb Regeneration Caroline Lawhead, Brittany Reynolds, Westminster College Tripod 35 Side C The Enthesial Architecture of the Human Foot: An Analysis of the Tripod 40 Side B Force-bearing Tissues Testing for the Potential for Interspecies Plant Connections via Madison Henry, Michelle Branigan, North Central College Ectomycorrhizal Fungi in the Elon Forest Ben Schwartz, Elon University Tripod 36 Side A The Effect of the Chemical Chaperone Galactose on Beta- Tripod 40 Side C Galactosidase Activity in GM1-Gangliosidosis Affected Sheep TGF-Beta Accelerates Wound Healing Megan Supinski, University of Portland Eleno Nunez, Cory Tiller, Dominican University of California

Tripod 36 Side B Tripod 102 Side B The Effect of Ets-1 Gene Expression on Breast Cancer Sensitivity to Studying Zooplankton Behavior and Foraging Patterns Using Doxorubicin and Vinblastine Chemotherapy Microfluidic Technology Katharine Hausmann, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Caitlin Drifke, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Tripod 36 Side C Tripod 102 Side C The Effect of Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles on T cell Growth and Successful Long-Term Storage and Isolation of Scytonemin, a UV- Signaling Blocking Compound in the , Fremyella diplosiphon Alyssa Drosdak, Elon University William Jenson, Mark Ramirez, Utah Valley University

Tripod 37 Side A Tripod 102 Side D The Effects of Duddingtonia flagrans and Rabon on the Survival of Spiny Crawlers on Trees: Phylogeny of Ephemerellidae Gastrointestinal Nematode Larvae in Small Ruminants (Ephemeroptera) Vicky Kelly, Oklahoma State University Samantha Telarroja, Louis Eubank, Utah Valley University

Tripod 37 Side B Tripod 103 Side A The Effects of Thyroid Hormone on Tadpole Growth and Size and Gender Distribution of Limnocalanus macrurus in Lake Development in the Amphibian Rana catesbeiena Superior Rachel Wright, Whitney Lee, Southern Utah University Kelly Westphal, University of Minnesota-Duluth

Tripod 37 Side C Tripod 103 Side B The Effects of Storm Drain Runoff on Fish and Invertebrate Preliminary Identification of a Sex Pheromone in the Wolf Spider, Populations in Palos Verdes Hogna helluo Sara Damore, Occidental College Justin Stover, Susquehanna University

Tripod 38 Side A Tripod 103 Side C The Effects of Pentylenetetrazol on the Olfaction Sensitivity of Specialized Facial Hairs on Female Bees: Evidence for Multiple Harvester Ants (Pogonomyrmex occidentalis) Evolutionary Events to Assist Bees in Harvesting Pollen from Marissa Carr, Westminster College Nototribic Flowers Camden Hunt, Utah State University Tripod 38 Side B The Chloroplast Genome of Invasive Phragmites australis Haplotype Tripod 103 Side D M (Common Reed) Contains a Unique Sequence in the IRB Region Potential for Overcompensation in Coleus Craig Rovito, Alicia Soucy, Betsy Stevens, Siena College Alex Argyle, Utah Valley University

113 Poster Session 2: Thursday 11:40-1:00

Dance Tripod 1 Side C An Investigation into the Contribution of Local Anesthesia Mixed Tripod 8 Side C Reality System (LAMRS) on Student Understanding of Concepts for Jack Cole’s Methods and Influential Techniques Performing Local Anesthesia Intraoral Dental Injections Ayecia Simpson, State University of New York-Brockport Sarah Morris, Madelin Larson, Tanya Stephens, Weber State University English Tripod 2 Side A Tripod 9 Side C An Investigation into the Use of Plastic Surface Barriers in Dentistry The Impact of Comic Book Movies in the Past Decade and Patient Perceptions Shia Lee, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Brooke Baker, Emily Petersen, Adrienne Warner, Weber State University Tripod 10 Side A Voice and Collective Identity in La Voz Dormida Tripod 2 Side B Amanda Loveless, State University of New York-Brockport Athletes’ Perceptions of Fatigue on ACL Injury Hillary Anger, Weber State University Tripod 10 Side B Allen Ginsberg’s Correspondence with Various Literary Traditions Tripod 2 Side C and His Importance in Western Literature: A Case against Harold Attitudes and Behaviors of College Students Regarding Cell Phone Bloom’s Repudiation of Allen Ginsberg’s Oeuvre Use While Driving and Drunk Driving Valeria Manavello, Florida International University Candice Carlson, Weber State University

Tripod 10 Side C Tripod 3 Side A An Analysis of Marriages in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice Distributional Ranges of Gnathostoma spp: An Overlooked Source of Ann-Marie Connolly, Jacksonville University Gnathostomiasis in the United States Jason Buselli, Susquehanna University Tripod 11 Side A Cambodian Folktales, Storytelling, and Cultural Preservation Tripod 3 Side B Chris Espinoza, Bridgewater State University Efficacy of Two Theory-Based 12-Week Internet-Mediated Walking Programs Tripod 11 Side B Charles Sepers, University of Nebraska-Kearney English Views of Foreigners as Reflected in the Stories of Sherlock Holmes Tripod 3 Side C John Bliss, University of Minnesota-Morris Emergency Ventilation of Multiple Patients with One Ventilator during a Pandemic Tripod 11 Side C David Phelps, Lisa Trujillo, Joseph Julander, Tanner Trujillo, Weber Social Criticism in Young Adult Fiction State University Emily Myers, University of Nebraska-Kearney Tripod 100 Side A Tripod 12 Side A Child vs. Parent Perception of HRQOL in Healthy Weight and Obese The Destruction of Lily Bart in Edith Wharton’s The House of Mirth Children Sarah Tyler, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Payal Desai, University of Vermont

Tripod 12 Side B Tripod 100 Side B The Dream of the Rood A Comparative Bioaerosol Study Designed to Understand Air Quality Jennifer Thornburg, Montana State University-Bozeman Impacts during High and Low Building Occupancy Kristina Bartlett, Western Carolina University Tripod 12 Side C The Sidney Project: Bringing a New Renaissance to Renaissance Tripod 100 Side C Authors Acute Exercise Stress and ROS Signaling Activates Nrf2/ARE- Chelsea Franco, Florida International University Dependent Antioxidant Defense Mechanisms in the Mouse Myocardium Health Sciences & Public Health Corey Miller, University of Utah Tripod 1 Side A Tripod 100 Side D An Analysis of the Media Portrayal of an Innovative HIV/AIDS Advocacy Patterns in Health and Physical Education Prevention Strategy Robert Elwell, Gustavus Adolphus College Khadija Ga’al, Heather McAlister, University Tripod 101 Side A Tripod 1 Side B Breast Cancer Awareness, Understanding, Screening, Survivor An Evaluation of a Mass Causality Comprehensive Decontamination Support and Empowerment Community-based Participatory Drill for a Small Community Based Hospital Research Project: B’CAUSSSE CBRP Mikayla Deardorff, Western Carolina University Florine Ndakuya, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Tripod 101 Side B Coincident Anticipation Timing Accuracy and Eye Tracking Movements Involving Low and High Target Velocities in Males and Females Angela Pitan, University of Minnesota-Duluth 114 Poster Session 2: Thursday 11:40-1:00

Tripod 101 Side C Microbiology & Immunology Comparison between Perceived and Desired Height and Weight and Activity Level Among Undergraduate Exercise Science and Non- Tripod 19 Side A Exercise Science Majors Novel Marinobacter-like Organism and a Related Phage Isolated Alyssa Duffy, Truman State University from the Great Salt Lake, UT Thomas Simon, Weber State University Tripod 101 Side D Coping Strategies among Mexican Migrants in a Rural Settlement Tripod 19 Side B Area Rates of Cellular Apoptosis Due to a Lupus-Risk Factor in IRF5 Yanet Eudave, Montana State University-Bozeman Richard Read, Brigham Young University Tripod 19 Side C Kinesiology & Exercise Science Putative Fur-Binding Sites May Play a Role in Helicobacter pylori Tripod 23 Side A napA Gene Regulation Difference between Trained and Untrained Individual Responses to Abigail Winschell, Eastern Washington University Ergogenic Expectancy Laura Shupe, Cameron Shaver, University of North Carolina- Tripod 20 Side A Wilmington Components Secreted by Plant Roots Differentially Alter the Effects of Commercial Nanoparticles on a Biosensor Pseudomonas putida Tripod 23 Side B KT2440 Does Cold Water Immersion Improve Recovery of Strength, Power, Nicole Benjamin, Utah State University and Endurance Following Exhaustive Exercise? Kelsey Picha, Adam Scofield, Minnesota State University-Mankato Tripod 20 Side B Seasonal Shifts in Soil Bacterial Diversity in Southwestern Tripod 23 Side C Pennsylvania Prevalence of Masked Obesity amongst a Young, Non-Sedentary Jessica Papale, Washington and Jefferson College Population Monica Stewart, University of North Carolina-Wilmington Tripod 20 Side C Singing to Immunoenhancement Tripod 24 Side A ShayLynne Clark, Weber State University Does Ankle Taping Influence Plantar Flexion, Dorsiflexion and Balance Performance? Tripod 21 Side A Kayla Schrupp, Gustavus Adolphus College Prevalence of Parasitic Infections in LDS Missionaries Returning from the West Indies Tripod 24 Side B Annette Maza, Natalie Green, Maria Stewart, Kathryn Stoddard, Quantification and Comparison of Bilateral Rib Symmetry in Normal Weber State University and Scoliotic Pediatric Subjects Muzammil Hasan, Drexel University Tripod 21 Side B Genomic and Genotypic Analysis of Heroin-Associated Bacillus Tripod 24 Side C anthracis (Anthrax) Effects of Ankle Taping on Vertical Jump and Balance Performance Meagan Seymour, Northern Arizona University in Female Collegiate Volleyball Athletes Brynne Retzlaff, Alex Carpenter, Gustavus Adolphus College Tripod 21 Side C Inhibition of Clostridium difficile by Lactic Acid Bacteria Tripod 25 Side A Rachel Lowe, Jed Lowe, Tarris Webber, Weber State University Massive Osteochondral Fracture of the Left Femoral Condyle and Left Tibial Plateau in a 21 Year Old Collegiate Male Football Player Tripod 22 Side A Jessica Leuchtenburg, Ithaca College Isolation and Characterization of Cellulytic Microorganisms from the Great Salt Lake, UT Tripod 25 Side B Brian Bill, Elizabeth Mora, Weber State University Is it All In the Mind? Predicting the Performance of Marathon Running Tripod 22 Side B John Bygrave, Minnesota State University-Mankato Use of Human Pluripotent Stem Cells to Derive Natural Killer Cells to Evaluate In Vivo Cellular Trafficking and Tumor Clearance Tripod 25 Side C Allison Bock, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Effects of Core Training on Standing Balance Katie Burke, Courtney Farland, Gustavus Adolphus College Tripod 22 Side C The Outpatient Institutional Antibiogram Does Not Accurately Tripod 27 Side A Reflect the Susceptibility of Pre-Partum Group B Streptococcal Effects of Muscle Compression in the Legs of Swimmers and their Isolates to Erythromycin and Clindamycin Performance in a Fifty-Yard Sprint Swim Katherine Gray, University of Texas-San Antonio Jacob Kemna, Stacy Backstrom, Gustavus Adolphus University

Tripod 27 Side B Music Interlimb Transfer of Dynamic Adaptation Occurs Best along Tripod 7 Side A Intrinsically Consistent Coordinates Perceptions of Beginning Teachers, Their Mentors, and Khongchee Xiong, Katie Marek, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Administrators Regarding Preservice Music Teacher Preparation; Ten Years Later Peter Nesbitt, University of Michigan

115 Poster Session 2: Thursday 11:40-1:00

Tripod 7 Side B Tripod 29 Side C The Compositional Process of Clara Schumann’s in G The Relationship between Arm Strength, Feeding Technique, and Minor, op. 17 Change in Weight in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Patients Katie Callam, Hope College Victoria Carrillo, University of Texas-San Antonio

Tripod 8 Side A Tripod 30 Side A An Engineering Approach to Outlining Pitch-Class Structures in Oral-Motor Skills and /r/ Production Abilities Xenakis’ “Metastasis” and “Pleiades” Jill Vogt, Eastern Illinois University Mirna Pehar, University of South Florida Tripod 30 Side B Tripod 8 Side B Social Differences of Adolescents With High-Functioning Autism and How do Jazz Musicians Want to Be Percieved? Asperger’s Syndrome Jason Ransom, Siena Heights University Miranda Clark, Eastern Illinois University

Tripod 30 Side C Theater/Drama Stuttering Research: Variability in Fluency Tripod 9 Side A Lauren Engel, Elmhurst College Costume Design: Xanadu, an 80’s Musical Parody Tyler Banks, Weber State University Psychology Tripod 9 Side B Tripod 31 Side A Properties and Set Dressings for Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet A Configural Analysis of the Multiple Parameters of Anger in a Alax Garner, Weber State University Forensic Population Erica Villarreal, University of Texas-San Antonio

Nutrition Tripod 31 Side B Tripod 26 Side A A Reliability and Predictive Validity Study of CO2 Hypersensitivity Food Truckology; Food Trucks - an Alternative for Meals on the Go Thien Thanh Nguyen, Virginia Commonwealth University Patricia Hipgrave, Western Carolina University Tripod 31 Side C Tripod 26 Side B A Descriptive Study of the Behavior of Trumpeter Swans Nesting in Dietary Changes of Undergraduate Students Enrolled in a Wellness Crex Medows, Wisconsin and Kenai, Alaska Course at a Public University Teresa Lillie, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Krystal Arrington, Western Carolina University Tripod 32 Side A Tripod 26 Side C A Cross-Cultural Study of Measurement Equivalence Nutrition Knowledge, Attitudes, and Habits of College Students Kara Pittsley, Bridgewater State University Janneca Johnson, Weber State University Tripod 32 Side B Tripod 27 Side C The Effects of Stereotype Threat on the Test Performance of College Prenatal Effects of Selenium and Isoflavones in Transgenic Students with Physical Disabilities Adenocarcinoma of Mouse Prostate (TRAMP) Mice Mackenzie Bohl, Destinee Nelson, University of Nebraska-Kearney Douglas Holdaway, Tyler Hopkins, Brigham Young University Tripod 32 Side C Tripod 28 Side A The Relationship between Past High School Depression and Current Relationship between Reported Carbohydrate Intake and Fasting College Academic Performance Blood Sugar Matt Mcgee, Black Hills State University Lacey Holzer, University of Wisconsin-Stout Tripod 33 Side A Tripod 28 Side B The Role of Genes, Stress, and Brain on Symptoms of Depression in The Effects of Oral Phosphatidylserine on Salivary Cortisol in Older Adolescents Male Elite Runners after Strenuous Exercise Elissa Dougherty, University of Texas-San Antonio Tiffany Allen, Weber State University Tripod 33 Side B Physical/Occupational Therapy/ The Role of Perception in Eating Disorders Lauren Forrest, University of Utah Speech Language Pathology Tripod 29 Side A Tripod 33 Side C Cortical Activation in the Primary Somatosensory Cortex: Individuals The Effects of Children and Adolescents in Distress on Altruism: A Healthy versus Diagnosed Focal Hand Dystonia Stroop Interference Study Rebekah Schmidt, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Gerardo Rodriguez, Eden Velasquez, Robert Zhang, Neggin Keshavarzian, California State University Channel Islands Tripod 29 Side B Influence of Demographic Factors of Non-Native English Speakers on Tripod 34 Side A Normative Data for New Sentence Recognition Materials The Effects of Mindful Awareness Practices on Affect Regulation Mary Napolitano, Macauley Honors College at Queens College-CUNY Kaylee Litson, Dixie State College of Utah

116 Poster Session 2: Thursday 11:40-1:00

Tripod 34 Side B The Impact of Age on Time Estimation Esmeralda Adolf, Theresa Harkness, Eastern Washington University

Tripod 34 Side C Measurement of Perceived Risk of Self-Disclosure Nicole Fisher, Westminster College Recreation & Leisure Studies Tripod 28 Side C The Cheetah’s Wheelchair Sports Club – Transforming Negative Attitudes Elizabeth McWilliams, University of Central Lancashire

117 Poster Session 3: Thursday 1:10-2:30

Biochemistry Tripod 17 Side C High-throughput Drug Transporter Assays in C. elegans Liquid Tripod 13 Side A Culture Optimizing Peptide Yields from Human Hair Amber Harold, Appalachian State University Joshua Steenstra, Utah Valley University Tripod 18 Side A Tripod 13 Side B H2O2-Inducible Quinone Methide Formation and the Effect of Neuroprotective Effects of a Synthetic, Amidated Eleven Amino Acid Substituents Peptide Robin Christiansen, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Alyssa Fountain, University of Kentucky Tripod 18 Side B Tripod 13 Side C Fluorinated Uracil Analogues of Uridine as Substrates for 19F NMR NALDI MS Identification of Base Preferences of DNA-Binding by a Assays to Measure Uridine Ribohydrolase Activity Novel Anti-Tumor Active Dirhodium Compound Paola Burburan, Adelphi University Nelson Knudsen, Moravian College Tripod 18 Side C Tripod 14 Side A Expression of Lipoxygenase Isoenzymes in Pea Leaves after Mutagenesis of Argonaute 2 in Studying MicroRNA Loading Mechanical Wounding and Jasmonate Treatment Katelyn Doxtader, University of Michigan Sandra Tambi, Young-Hee Cho, Minnesota State University-Mankato Tripod 14 Side B Mixed Quantum Mechanical/Molecular Mechanical (QM/MM) Biology Methodology for Computing Dye Excitation Energies in Biological Tripod 35 Side A Systems Selection on Flowering Time Differs on Solidago altissima in Sites Frances Mei Hardin, Notre Dame University with Contrasting Water Availability Jolene Prochazka, University of Minnesota-Duluth Tripod 14 Side C Method for Measuring Levels of Oxidized and Reduced Thiols in Cells Tripod 35 Side B using HPLC High Throughput Mutations in C. elegans Michelle Palmer, Dordt College Zachary Stevenson, University of Utah

Tripod 15 Side A Tripod 35 Side C Metabolomics: Searching for Biomarkers of Human Disease in Urine Gene Transcription and Protein Expression Controlling the using Multi-Dimensional GC-MS Methods Based on pH Modulated Regenerative Remodeling of Zebrafish Hearts SPME Extraction Nicole Lopez, Barry University Suchina Parmar, Seattle University Tripod 36 Side A Tripod 15 Side B Genetic Analysis of Artemia Species from China and Great Salt Lake Measuring Glycogen Breakdown Pathways Using Fluorescent John White, Weber State University Derivatives of Glucose Patricia Clifford, Utah Valley University Tripod 36 Side B Cationic Steroidal Antimicrobial-13 for Treatment and Prevention of Tripod 15 Side C Perioperative Device Related Infections Intrasource Separation Theresa Pham, Kristofer Sinclair, University of Utah Brendan Coutu, Brigham Young University Tripod 36 Side C Tripod 16 Side A Analysis of the Effect of Different Wavelengths of Light in the Inter-participant Variability in Exercised-induced Corticosteroid Growth of Fremyella diplosiphon Signaling: A Precursor to Glucocorticoid-mediated Pharmacogenetics Josh Told, Craig Cook, Utah Valley University Kelly Biette, Seattle University Tripod 37 Side A Tripod 16 Side B Mitochondrial tRNA Sequences Lend Support to Use of Idiosyncratic Inhibition of Peptidyl Arginine Deiminase-2 by Cl-amidine Markers in Resolving Conflicting Morphological and Molecular Jessica McClarren, Baldwin-Wallace College Phylogenies Lauren Bernier, Ashley Rich, University of Evansville Tripod 16 Side C Identification of Novel Inhibitors of a Virulence Factor from Tripod 37 Side B Mycobacterium tuberculosis through Virtual Screening Melanin-Concentrating Hormone Receptor 1 Protein Levels Increase Joshua Bantseev, University of Texas-Austin with Long-Term MCH Treatment in Transfected BHK Cells Andrew Goodspeed, Stat University of New York-Brockport Tripod 17 Side A Hypothesized Role of Starch-Binding Domain Protein-1 on Glycogen Tripod 37 Side C Levels Impacts of Oil Dispersants on Zebrafish (Danio rerio) Skin and Laurel Thompson, Utah Valley University Na+/K+ ATPases Brett Schuchardt, Linda Niedziela, Elon University Tripod 17 Side B Hotspots Contributing to Temperature Adaptation in a/ß Barrel Protein, Bacterial Luciferase from Vibrio Harveyii Identified Tamuka Chidyausiku, Claflin University 118 Poster Session 3: Thursday 1:10-2:30

Tripod 38 Side A Tripod 103 Side C Multi-locus Phylogenetic Analysis of the North American Xenodontine Modulation of MUC1 Expression by Hypoxia in Immortalized Human Snakes Endometrial Epithelial Cells, IHEEC Douglass Brown, Brigham Young University Alexander Karge, Rice University

Tripod 38 Side B Tripod 103 Side D Effects of Select Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Products on Localization of the von Hippel-Lindau Protein in Renal Cells and a Arabidopsis thaliana Study of their Cellular Effects Ashley Redinger, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Jessica Kozikott, Adelphi University

Tripod 38 Side C Antibiotic Resistance Genes in Soil Ecosystems Ecology & Organismal Biology Yorlenis Rodriguez, Florida International University Tripod 19 Side B Critical Creek Health Assessment in the Duwamish River Urban Tripod 39 Side A Watershed Carolyn Huynh, Signe Poquette, Seattle University Blood Flow Pattern in the Aortic Arches in the Left Atrial Ligated Chick Embryo Kevin Lawrence, University of Utah Tripod 23 Side A Assessment of Age and Growth in Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus Tripod 39 Side B mykiss) in Strongs Creek, Ogden Utah Seth Green, Tim Remkes, Dan Van Leuven, Weber State University Assessing Cellular Responses of HeLa (cervical cancer) Cells to Activated TiO2 Nanoparticles Kara Kamps, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Tripod 23 Side B Impacts of Non-Native Mosquitofish, Gambusia affinis, on Native Tripod 39 Side C Aquatic Ecosystems in California Jessica-Michelle-April Corbin, Gabrielle Verspieren, Angelina An Innovation in Toxicity Assessment: Organismal Performance Andrews, Dominican University of California Assays (OPAs) Joseph Cauceglia, Ruth Tanner, University of Utah Tripod 23 Side C Tripod 40 Side A The Role of UV Reflectance in Seed Dispersal by Ants Zackary Goff, Weber State University Alleviation of Pain associated with Disbudding using Ethyl Alcohol Amanda Mathias, Oklahoma State University Tripod 24 Side A Tripod 40 Side B Survey of Avian Diversity in Northeast Ohio Emergent Wetlands as a Function of Invasive Plant Species Cover MicroRNA Expression Profile in Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Elizabeth Delfing, Capital University Matthew Pahl, Susquehanna University

Tripod 40 Side C Tripod 24 Side B Spermiogenesis and Spermatid Ultrastructure within the Imbricate Elucidating Ectoparasitic Earwig Evolution Alligator Lizard, Barisia imbricate Michael Naegle, Brigham Young University Katherine Touzinsky, Wittenberg University Tripod 102 Side B Opposing Roles of Cytokinin on Root Meristem Development in Tripod 24 Side C Post- Seeding and Re-vegetation: Does It Work? Arabidopsis thaliana Kendalee Richardson, Weber State University Louis Di Salvo, Wells College

Tripod 102 Side C Tripod 25 Side A Pyrethroid Pesticide Effects on Invertebrate Behavioral Responses to Effect of Leaf Age on Induced Defenses in Phaseolus lunatus Danger Cues Natalie Cicioni, Alexandra Jimenez, John Dryburgh, Signe Poquette, Carolyn Huynh, Seattle University Susquehanna University

Tripod 102 Side D Tripod 25 Side B The Effects of Male-Produced Olfactory Cues on the Sex Ratio of Effects of Diethyl Phthalate (DEP) on Mortality and ALT Levels on Jewel Wasps, Nasonia vitripennis, Under Local Mate Competition Zebrafish Embryos Jordan Zabo, Westminster College Rebecca Dick, Westminster College

Tripod 103 Side A Tripod 25 Side C Roots of Hosta lilies are a Source of Allelochemicals: an Important Land-Use History and the Composition and Structure of Elon Part of Soil Ecology University Forest, a Successional Hardwood Forest in the North Sherri Myers, Holy Family University Carolina Piedmont Patrick Ma, Elon University Tripod 26 Side A Tripod 103 Side B A Study of Bee Diversity at Selected Sites in the San Francisco Bay Area, California Investigating the Toxicity of Carbaryl Insecticide by Measuring Carlos Arellano, Jessica Albarran, Anthony Mendoza, Behavior in Larval Zebrafish Dominican University of California Kaitlyn Maier, Elon University

119 Poster Session 3: Thursday 1:10-2:30

Tripod 26 Side B Tripod 12 Side C Alterations in Heart Rate Physiology of the Blackworm (Lumbricus Enhanced Disinfection using TiON/PdO Photocatlyst vatiegatus) after Treatment with Extracts from Various Hosta Milad Karim, Wayne State University Varieties Javier , Sherri Myers, Holy Family University Geography & Earth Sciences Tripod 26 Side C Tripod 1 Side A Does Familiarity Breed Contempt?: The Effect of Social Rearing Characterization of Mars Analog Rocks on Kauai and their Potential Environments on Sibling Cannibalism in the Wolf Spider Hogna Applications to Mars helluo Amanda Aguilera, San Jose State University Thomas Duff, Susquehanna University Tripod 1 Side B Tripod 27 Side A Chemical Field Weathering of Calcite at Nano-scale Studied in SEM Parental Alarm Calls and Nestling Response of the Northern and AFM Mockingbird Cassie Grether, Justin Williamson, Weber State University Kirstie , Westminster College Tripod 1 Side C Tripod 27 Side B Dendroclimatology and Streamflow in Utah County Capitol Reef Field Station Vegetation Research Project Nathan Gill, Brigham Young University Jennifer Summers, Utah Valley University Tripod 2 Side A Determination of Feldspar Mineral Reactive Surface Area through Environmental Studies & Sciences Glacial Chronosequences with Solids NMR Spectroscopy Tripod 9 Side C Eric Kleinsasser, Occidental College Using Ecological Monitoring and Citizen Science to Better Understand Climate Change Impacts in Eastern Pennsylvania Tripod 2 Side B Anna Meola, Diana Feldmann, Moravian College Early oxidation in the Biwabik Iron Formation, Mesabi Iron Range, Minnesota Tripod 10 Side A Ryan Rague, Minnesota State University-Mankato A Landscape Level Analysis of Soil Microbial Communities in Northern Wisconsin, USA Tripod 2 Side C Joel Stokdyk, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Geology and Structural Mechanics in Neffs Canyon, Salt Lake City, Utah Tripod 10 Side B Daniela Anguita, University of Utah Alaskan Crude Oil Effects on California Spartina foliosa and Spartina foliosa x Alterniflora Hybrid Cordgrass Tripod 3 Side A Kimberly Lam, University of California-Berkley Spatial and Temporal Variability of Water Quality in the Whitewater Creek Watershed, Whitewater, WI Tripod 10 Side C Hagen Kaczmarek, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater An Interaction between the European Wild Boar (Sus scrofa) and Beech Bark Disease in the High Elevation Beech Gaps of Great Smoky Tripod 3 Side B Mountains National Park Stratigraphy of Ordivician Sedimentary Rocks in the Confusion Kileigh Browning, Elon University Range, UT Casey Webb, Southern Utah University Tripod 11 Side A Biomass Pyrolysis as a Source of Gaseous and Liquid Fuel Products Tripod 3 Side C Kristyn Perry, Dominican University of California Understanding Recent, Rapid Landscape Evolution in the White River Badlands, South Dakota Tripod 11 Side B Colten McDeavitt, James Stevens, Slippery Rock University of Chemical Analysis and Sub-Lethal Effects of Produced Water from Pennsylvania Natural Gas Drilling on Zebrafish (Danio rerio) Embryos and Larvae Caleb Smathers, Westminster College Tripod 100 Side A Characteristics of Early Phase Volcanism in the Marysvale Volcanic Tripod 11 Side C Field, South Central Utah Effect of Dissolved Organic Carbon on Sediment Temperatures in Amanda Gentry, Leigh Ingram, Weber State University Beaver Ponds Camilla Snow, Utah State University Tripod 100 Side B Anaerobic Digester Technology: Determining Potential Opportunities Tripod 12 Side A for Adoption by Cooperatives of Medium-sized Dairy Farms Effects of an Invasive Grass Microstegium vimineum on Soil pH and Jeanne Scherer, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Nutrient Cycling Charlotte Mason, Indiana University Tripod 100 Side C Can I Bi-a-Valve? Investigating Origins of Mysterious Casts Found in Tripod 12 Side B the Moenave Formation at the Dinosaur Discovery Site, St. George, Effects of Off-Highway Driving on Plant Communities Utah Sam Oseroff, Sesquehanna University Brooke Hinkle, Lundyn Milne, Southern Utah University

120 Poster Session 3: Thursday 1:10-2:30

Tripod 101 Side A Nursing Historic Annual Distribution and Expansion of the Mountain Pine Beetle in Rocky Mountain National Park Tripod 4 Side A Kayla Kurtz, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Incidence and Predictors of Dual Incontinence in Older People with either Urinary or Fecal Incontinence when Admitted to a Nursing Home Tripod 101 Side B Kjerstie Wiltzen, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Hydrologic Analysis of Ashdown Creek and Shooting Star Creek Stephanie deGraffenried, Southern Utah University Tripod 4 Side B Influence of International Opportunities on the Development of Tripod 101 Side C Personal and Professional Competencies in Nursing Students Improved Simulation of Lava Flow Cooling Supports Hypothesis of Brittany Alfonso, Dominican University of California Rapid Transitional Geomagnetic Field Change Lydia Harmon, Occidental College Tripod 4 Side C Infusion of the EBP, SBIRT into a Baccalaureate Nursing School Tripod 101 Side D Curriculum New Pennsylvanian Goniatitic Ammonoid from the Brush Creek Ryan Curran, Bona H. Hong, University of Pittsburg School of Limestone, Western Pennsylvania Nursing Lisa Andresky, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania Tripod 5 Side A Microbiology & Immunology Longitudinal Analgesic Effect of Auricular Point Acupressure to Tripod 19 Side A Manage Chronic Low Back Pain Jaclyn Primavera, Emily Brown, Rebecca Sponberg, University of Characterization of Thermophilic Actinomycetes Present in Soils Pittsburg School of Nursing Overlying the Centralia, PA Mine Fire Tiffany Becker, Susquehanna University Tripod 5 Side B Tripod 19 Side C Mental Health of Elderly Individuals within a Diverse Community Naomi Grabber, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Characterization of Nipah Virus Matrix Protein Mutants Stephan Chiu, University of California-Los Angeles Tripod 5 Side C Tripod 20 Side A Nursing Student’s Perceptions on High Fidelity Simulations: Stress, Preparation and Impacts on Learning Effects of Helminth Infection on Local and Systemic Immunity Courtney McNally, Julie Emanuel, Stevenson University Lindsey Megow, University of Georgia

Tripod 20 Side B Tripod 6 Side A Perceptions of Contraceptive Responsibility among College Students Evaluation of Microbiological Methods for Enumerating Fecal Katelyn Saiko, Korbin Wayne, Gustavus Adolphus College Coliforms in Playa Lakes Nolan Rutherford, Lubbock Christian University Tripod 6 Side B Tripod 20 Side C Qualitative Inquiry of Neonatal, Infant, and Maternal Mortality in Los Toros, Azua, Dominican Republic Endothelin-1: Development of an In Vitro Model for Induction Peter Schindler, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Nakisha Rutledge, Spelman College

Tripod 21 Side A Tripod 6 Side C Sports Participation in Nursing Culture and Analysis of Cryptococcal Isolates from Uganda Kyle Sadler, Anders Bowman, Gustavus Adolphus College Michelle Goettge, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities

Tripod 21 Side B Tripod 7 Side A Supportive Needs of Adolescents when Initiating Breastfeeding Gag Gene Diversity in Equine Infectious Anemia Virus (EIAV) Field Ryoko Pentecost, Boise State University Isolates from the United States Zachary Willand, Eastern Kentucky University Tripod 7 Side B Tripod 21 Side C Symptom Correlates of Caregiver Burden in Spouses of Persons with Dementia Incorporation of Membrane-Bound Interleukin-4 into Influenza Virus Lan Ma, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Radomir Dimovski, Wayne State University

Tripod 22 Side A Tripod 7 Side C The Integral Role of a Registered School Nurse to the Health of Isolation and Characterization of Bacteriophages from Soil Samples School-aged Children Robert McCabe, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Natalie Zoppo, Salisbury University

Tripod 22 Side B Tripod 8 Side A Molecular Analysis of Halophage Isolated from the Great Salt Lake The Use of Self-Adherent Foam Dressings for the Prevention of Preston Kerr, Weber State University Sacral and Extremity Pressure Ulcers John Zagorec, Mark Smith, University of Utah Tripod 22 Side C The Role of sJAM-B in Angiogenesis in Rheumatoid Arthritis Tripod 8 Side C Beatrix Balogh, University of Michegan Treatment Trajectories for Injured Older Adults from Rural Areas Laura Swinyard, University of Utah 121 Poster Session 3: Thursday 1:10-2:30

Sustainability Tripod 31 Side B The Correlation between Religion, Relationships and Achievements Tripod 9 Side A and Self-Esteem: Differences amongst Cultures Community Gardens: It’s What’s For Dinner! Erica Szewczyk, Westminster College Monica Romney, Weber State University Tripod 31 Side C Tripod 9 Side B The Effect of Varying Decibels of Motorcycle Auditory Stimulus on Evaluating Web-based portals for community engagement: Jane Perceived Character Attributes Jacobs and the Center for the Living City Munyon Levi, Andrew Thayer, Black Hills State University Tammy Reque, University of Utah Tripod 32 Side A Psychology The Effect of Leadership and Gender Roles on Alcohol Use in the Greek Community Tripod 27 Side C Amelia Kinsella, Miami University Acoustic Variation in Child Speakers across Gender, Age and Ethnicity Ryan Tussey, Jacqueline Canonaco, Chelsea Lynch, Kirsten Tripod 32 Side B Peterson, Hope College Teachers’ and Mothers’ Perceptions of Low-Income African-American and Hispanic Children’s Behavior and Parenting Strategies and Effectiveness Tripod 28 Side A La’ Toya Broughton, Texas Tech University Spatial Memory and Hippocampus and Amygdala Volume in Marijuana Users Sasha Sommerfeldt, University of Minnesota Tripod 32 Side C The Acceptability and Feasibility of Online Behavior Activation for Physical Activity Tripod 28 Side B Katarzyna Czajkowska, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Adapting to “Green” Workspaces in an Open-Floorplan Building Michael Lee, Rosanna Smith, Natasha Barnes, Tyler Patrick, Randy Hukle, Nichole Cooper, University of Kentucky Tripod 33 Side A The Relationship between Motivation & Engagement in Online Lessons: The Role of Performance Goals Tripod 28 Side C Andrew Choi, Domino Ells, Miranda Maxwell, University of Utah Age Variation in Mating Strategies and Mate Preferences among College Students Danielle Ryan, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Tripod 33 Side B The Effects of Survival Processing and Retention Interval on Memory Tripod 29 Side A Viviana Gutierrez, Emily Stewart, North Central College An Analysis of Everyday Life Experiences in Traits of Heroism Erika Fernandez, Chadley Butler, Alexandra Roth, California State Tripod 33 Side C University-Channel Islands The Effects of Prayer and Meditation on Decreasing Stress and Anxiety in College Student’s Academic Performance Tripod 29 Side B Hydie Marie Basco, Dominican University of California Television’s Influence on College Students’ Sexual Attitudes Amy Wicker, Siena Heights University Tripod 34 Side A Psychology Students’ Experiences with Undergraduate Research: A Comparison across Two Years Tripod 29 Side C Courtney Collins, Kennesaw State University The Effects of Journaling on Self-Efficacy, Course Engagement and Test Anxiety Within College Students Hannah Vontz, Mariah Ramold, University of Nebraska-Kearney Tripod 34 Side B The Effect of Group Composition on Group Polarization Tripod 30 Side A Mary Selden, Siena Heights University Salience of Race vs. Gender to Preschool Children Daniel Clark, Utah State University Tripod 34 Side C The Effect of Empathy and Ovulation on Ratings of Facial Attractiveness Tripod 30 Side B Danielle Audette, University of Minnesota-Duluth Testing D1 and D2 Dopamine Receptor Distribution in the Nucleus Accumbens and Sublenticular Extended Amygdala Kyle Wuthrich, Wesley Zwifelhofer, University of Wisconsin- Whitewater

Tripod 30 Side C Sex and Decision-Making Among College Students Stephen Liguori, Hendrix College

Tripod 31 Side A The Relationship between Optimism and Retrospective Measures of Family Life Bridgett Carr, Jacksonville University

122 Poster Session 4: Thursday 2:40-4:00

Biochemistry Biological Engineering Tripod 14 Side B Tripod 7 Side A Understanding the Mechanism behind Coupled Transcription and The Impact of Microstructure on Fluoride Substitution in Dental pre-mRNA Processing Enamel Ke-Huan Chow, University of California-Los Angeles Elayne Schneebacher, Rutgers University-New Brunswick

Tripod 15 Side A Tripod 7 Side B Understanding Molecular Recognition of PRMTs Using Truncation The Biofuel Efficiency of Microalgae in Wastewater Systems Mutants Victor Carlson, Utah State University Heather Tarbet, Utah State University Tripod 8 Side A Tripod 15 Side B Protein Purification of Bio-Synthetic Spider Silk Trapping a PRMT1: Target Complex by Tethering the Target to the Candace Clark, Andrea Olson, Utah State University Enzyme Brooke Siler, Utah State University Tripod 8 Side B Position Weight Matrices as a Model of Promoter and Enzyme Tripod 15 Side C Activity The Sweet Connection: O-linked ß-N-Acetylglucosamine Transferase Ross Campbell, Virginia Commonwealth University and Cancer Stem Cells Sarah-Bianca Dolisca, University of Georgia Tripod 8 Side C Optical Microfluidics: Observing Zooplankton Behavior in the Tripod 16 Side A Presence of Microbubbles The Role of the N-terminus of Human Protein Arginine Jeffrey Motschman, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Methyltranferase 1 on Substrate Specificity Russell Butler, Utah State University Tripod 9 Side A Modeling the Effects of Insulin on Breast Cancer Artificial Tissue Tripod 16 Side B Models The Directed Evolution of Beta-Galactosidase from Geobacillus Kevin Rixmann, Christine Rukamp, University of Wisconsin- Stearothermophilus River Falls Krystal Bowser, Claflin University Tripod 9 Side B Tripod 16 Side C Microfabrication of Protein Dots via Template Assisted Particle The Allosteric Effects of Ametantrone and Anthraquinone Lithography Derivatives on the Binding of DNA Polymerase I to PhiX 174 RF Ran Li, University of Oklahoma DNAivatives Christopher Emerson, Florida International University Tripod 9 Side C Magnetic Spheroids for Tissue Engineering Applications Tripod 17 Side A Trey Poole, Clemson University Synthesis and DNA-Binding of Novel Dirhodium Compounds Charlie Godshall, Jake Donchez, Moravian College Tripod 10 Side A Investigating the Mechanical Properties of Various Synthetic Fiber Tripod 17 Side B Blends Composed of Silkworm and Recombinant Spider Silk Proteins Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Novel L-Tyrosine Derivatives Howard Cordingley, Utah State University of Temozolomide for the Treatment of Brain Tumors Jordan Kiefer O’Sullivan, Dominican University of California Tripod 10 Side B Ideal Concentration of Matrigel and Collagen to Simulate In Vivo Tripod 17 Side C Breast Cancer Invasion in the Extracellular Matrix Studying the Effect of DNA/RNA Secondary Structure on Internal Melissa Khue-Mai Duong, Drexel University Fluorophore Labeling Omar Elmadhoun, Wayne State University Tripod 10 Side C Establishment and characterization of 3D Artificial Tissue Models of Tripod 18 Side A Adipose using the 3T3-L1 Pre-adipocyte Cell Line Solvent Extraction, Phytochemical Screening, and Biological Eric Valder, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Evaluation of the Bark of Umbellularia Californica Cosette Standridge-Folsom, Dominican University of California Tripod 11 Side A Enzyme Immobilization for Enzyme Catalyzed Reaction Engineering Tripod 18 Side B Paul Chidsey, Brigham Young University Screening of Rhodoquinone Biosynthetic Gene Targets Using R. rubrum Deletion Mutants and Characterization of Gene Products Tripod 11 Side B Fernando Rodriguez Perez, Gonzaga University Effects of Peripheral Inflammation on Cell Neurogenesis and Proliferation within the Dentate Gyrus Tripod 18 Side C Anja Higgins, University of Utah Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Kinase Deficiency Attenuates Contractile Dysfunction in Response to Pressure Overload-induced Heart Failure Tripod 11 Side C Chase Andrizzi, University of Utah Drug Release from a Polymer-Controlled Local Antibiotic Delivery System Using an Osteoconductive Bone Graft Void Filler Jason DeGooyer, University of Utah

123 Poster Session 4: Thursday 2:40-4:00

Tripod 12 Side A Tripod 37 Side A Dopamine on Demand: a Step toward Stem Cell Therapy for Isolating and Identifying Thermophilic Bacteria and their Products Parkinson’s Disease From Soil Samples Collected in Centralia, Pennsylvania Ashley Noone, Occidental College Clarissa Dubie, Susquehanna University

Tripod 12 Side B Tripod 37 Side B Development of an Intra-Articular Treatment for Equine Synovitis Detection of Rhythmic Gene Expression in the Embryonic Heart of Philip Lindberg, University of Utah Xenopus laevis Morgan Hadley, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Tripod 12 Side C Development and Application of a Rapid System for Site-Directed Tripod 37 Side C Mutagenesis of Photoactive Yellow Protein Coaches Opinions on the Use of Genetic Screening for Assessment of Ondreia Thomas, Oklahoma State University Collegiate Athletes Kalin Beal, Trevor Laursen, Brian Johnson, Southern Utah University Tripod 13 Side A Characterizing Human Umbilical Tissue-Derived Cell Metabolism Tripod 38 Side A Using Metabolite and Flux Analysis Big Wyoming Sagebrush Screens UV Radiation More Effectively at Wendy Chan, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Higher Altitudes Michael Dyslin, Minnesota State University-Mankato Tripod 13 Side B Analysis of the Microstructure and Hardness of a Direct Digital Tripod 38 Side B Manufactured Metal Used for an Acetabular Cup Implant Characterization of Gene Functions in Cilia Using Morpholino Mary Roath, Milwaukee School of Engineering Knockdown Experiments Kevin Hewitt, Wheaton College Tripod 13 Side C Analog Frequency Analyzer Mimicking Mammalian Cochlear Duct Tripod 38 Side C Sijia Zhang, University of Rochester Comparative Population Analysis of Multidrug-resistant Mycobacterium Tuberculosis in Michigan, USA Tripod 14 Side A Ciara Feko, Siena Heights University A Structural and Ultrastructural Study of Artificial Cardiac Tissue Models Tripod 39 Side A Nicholas McDonald, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Characterizing Circadian Rhythm in the Eye and Embryonic Kidney of Xenopus laevis Tripod 14 Side C Latoya Allen, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater A Biomimetic Underwater Adhesive for Coral Restoration Elizabeth Conway, University of Utah Tripod 39 Side B Spatial Distribution of Mitotic Ccells in Botryllus schlosseri Superbuds Biology Timothy de Ocejo, Union College Tripod 35 Side A P-Bodies are Elevated with Age- but Not Disuse-Associated Skeletal Tripod 39 Side C Muscle Atrophy Screening Potential Anthelmintic Compounds for Novel Activity Aman Shah, University of Kentucky Megan Gross, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Tripod 35 Side B Tripod 40 Side A Movements of Ebony Jewelwing, Calopteryx maculata, during Schwann Cell Morphology and ß8 Localization on Different ECMs Breeding Season and Potential Impact of an Anthropogenic Barrier Samantha Price, Rebecca Turcich, Susquehanna University at South Brook, Bridgewater, MA Heidi Lima, Bridgewater State University Tripod 40 Side B Pre-treatment of Sea Urchin Sperm (L. pictus) with Thalidomide Prior Tripod 35 Side C to Fertilization Leads to Abnormal Embryo Development Seasonal Variation of Macroinvertebrates through Biotic Index Value Debra Losey, Susquehanna University Comparisons Andrya Whitten, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Tripod 40 Side C Cloning and Sequencing of the GAPC Gene from Multiple Species of Tripod 36 Side A Plants in Undergraduate Teaching of Molecular Biology Determining a role for xBmal1 and xNocturnin in Somitogenesis of Daniel Rawlings, Tyler Smith, Peter Hill, Benjamin Gutierrez, Xenopus laevis Shawn Abreu, Utah Valley University Gail Willadsen, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Tripod 102 Side B Tripod 36 Side B Intra- and Interspecific Variation of Carapace Shape in Brazilian Chemoprevention of T-cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in Fiddler Crabs (genus Uca) Zebrafish Kelsey Hampton, University of Northern Iowa Alesia Trakhimets, University of Utah Tripod 102 Side C Tripod 36 Side C Phylogenetic Analysis of the Squamate Clade Leiosauridae Bringing Old Collections into New Focus Eric Baker, Brigham Young University Aja Carter, Drexel University

124 Poster Session 4: Thursday 2:40-4:00

Tripod 102 Side D Tripod 21 Side C Genetic Variation in the Mountain Pine Beetle (Dendroctonus Forecast Return Earnings on Investments: A Genetic Algorithm ponderosae) in the Black Hills of South Dakota using Mitochondrial Approach Cytochrome Oxidase DNA Sequence Data Tracy Egbas, Oluwasola Adebomi, Fisk University Anna Hafele, Black Hills State University Tripod 22 Side A Tripod 103 Side A A GPU Implementation of the Canny Edge Detector Identification of Hop Cultivars Using DNA Melt Curve Profiles Takumi Bolte, James Moore, Moravian College Julie Kilpatrick, Brigham Young University

Tripod 103 Side B Ecology & Organismal Biology Juvenile Hormone and Mating Control Expression of Specific Ovarian Tripod 22 Side B Genes during Vitellogenesis in Drosophila melanogaster The Role of Trial Length in Measuring Personality Characteristics in Adam Petrone, Samantha Berkheimer, Susquehanna University the Djungarian Hamster, Phodopus sungorus Caitlin Erickson, Ithaca College Tripod 103 Side C One Way or Another I’m Going to Get You: C-start and Head Tripod 22 Side C Retraction in Lepidosiren paradoxa Population Structure and Habitat Analysis of a Rainbow Trout Claire Flynn, Adelphi University Population (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in Strongs Creek, Utah James Abbott, Tyler Anderson, Jenacee Booth, Tripod 103 Side D Weber State University Morphological Development of the in Male Zebra Finches Michael Weitzeil, Weber State University Tripod 23 Side A Absolute Fitness and Host Attachment of Bacteriophage ?6 Host Range Mutants Computer Science Kevin Jhun, Macaulay Honors College at Queens College, CUNY Tripod 19 Side A Improving Clustering in Wireless Ad-hoc Networks Using Genetic Tripod 23 Side B Algorithm Technique Compensation Responses in Silver Maples to White-Tailed Deer John Fair, Olatomiwa Lasebikan, Fisk University Herbivory in the Upper Mississippi River Floodplain Forest: a Quantitative Study Tripod 19 Side B Andrew Voelkel, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse The Computational Complexity of Chinese Checkers and Other Games Tripod 23 Side C Rebekah Overdorf, Moravian College Survival of native Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Inoculum Following Transplanting of Wyoming Big Sagebrush Tripod 19 Side C Russell Holten, Eric Roberts, Boise State University Parallel Compression of Time-Variant Scientific Data for Collaborative Visualizations Tripod 24 Side A Kathryn Rogers, University of Utah Effects of Roads on Territory Size and Reproductive Success of Secondary Cavity-Nesting Birds in a Rural Landscape Tripod 20 Side A Brittany Kundar, Westminster College Investigating Cloud-based Services in Micro-enterprises for Socio- economic Development Tripod 24 Side B Evan Van Scooter, Brockport Environmental, Ecological, and Human Correlates of Species Diversity in Highly Virulent Human Infectious Diseases Tripod 20 Side B Benjamin Morris, Utah State University Toward a Safe and Secure Cyber Identity Sujith Bhashyam, Rohan Rana, Rui Wang, Darren Yeh, Tripod 24 Side C Kean University Do Male Wolf Spiders Copy the Courtship Moves of Other Males?: Social Facilitation of Courtship and Silk-Deposition Behavior of the Tripod 20 Side C Wolf Spider Pardosa milvina An Implementation of a Graphical Interface for Molecular Steven Bair, Rizwan Khan, Susquehanna University Simulation Software Using Python and Qt4 Mirgery Medina, Carlos Cortés, University of Puerto Rico at Tripod 25 Side A Humacao Cryptostegia grandiflora, a Potential Invasive Species in the Aguirre Forest of Puerto Rico Tripod 21 Side A Emmanuel Santa, University of Puerto Rico at Humacao An Algebraic Approach to Building Category Parse Trees for Web Tables Tripod 25 Side B Dongpu Jin, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Effect of Predator Density on Prey Size Selection in Marine Invertebrates Tripod 21 Side B Todd Slobodnyak, Westminster College Implementing a Generic Tool for Sequence Analysis Frazier Spencer, Missouri Western State College Tripod 25 Side C Floral diversity as a habitat indicator for the Uncompahgre fritillary butterfly, Boloria acrocnema (Nymphalidae) Kathryn Bernier, Western State College

125 Poster Session 4: Thursday 2:40-4:00

Tripod 26 Side A Tripod 1 Side B The Effect of Bridges on Benthic Arthropods in a Wisconsin Cold Stress among Utah Attorneys Water Ecosystem Kaelynn Studebaker, Weber State University Christopher Aeschliman, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Tripod 1 Side C Tripod 26 Side B Student Directed Learning: Student Directed Podcasts Individual Variation in Cognitive Foraging Ability and Parental Care Marcy Lee, Stefanie Jenkins, Heather Tau’a, Weber State University in House Sparrows Sarah , University of Kentucky Tripod 2 Side A The Effects of Music on Exercise Tripod 26 Side C Taylor Adams, Weber State University Contribution of True Phytoplankton to the Suspended Algal Assemblage of the Upper Main Stem of the Susquehanna River Tripod 2 Side B Stephen Tentinger, Susquehanna University The Effect of a Health-Focused Mentoring Program on Self-Esteem, Physical Activity and Perceived Competence in Young Boys Electrical Engineering Brett Brawerman, Elon University Tripod 4 Side A Tripod 2 Side C Verification of Simulated Acoustic Environments Utilizing Cross- The Effects of Barefoot Strength Training on Prevention of Athletic Correlation and Power Spectral Density Injury and Performance for Long Distance Runners Jonathan Soil, Hamline University Katie Eiden, Amelia Schmidt, Gustavus Adolphus College

Tripod 4 Side B Tripod 3 Side A Ultraflexible Neural Probe for Deep Brain Stimulation and Recording The Effects of the hCG Diet on Common Pregnancy Tests Device Physics and Circuit Modeling Cory Woolsey, Jaren Goff, Weber State University Cesar Figueroa, University of Houston Tripod 3 Side C Tripod 4 Side C The Impact of Diagnostic Patterns on Chronic Illness Co-Morbidity Ultra-Sensitive NEMS-Based Cantilevers and NOMS-Based Ring Jessica Wright, Michigan State University Resonators for Gas Recognition with Pseudo-Random Peak Shift Estimation Algorithm Heng Zhang, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Tripod 100 Side A Relationship between Genders in Receiving Vaccinations Tripod 5 Side A Landon Clarke, Weber State University Stress Engineering for Free-Standing SU-8 Thin Film Devices Kyle Oliver, Montana State University-Bozeman Tripod 100 Side B Relationship between Measures of RBC Deformability and Their Ability to Perfuse an Artificial Microvascular Network Tripod 5 Side B Sosa Jose, Tulane University Optimization of a Real-Time Motion Tracking Robotics System Johnathan , Sean Antioquia, Duong Vu, Eastern Washington University Tripod 100 Side C Reported Sexual Activity and Physical Activity Tripod 5 Side C Wytnee Riley, Weber State University Investigation of a Rogowski Coil for Measuring Peak Current Attainable in an Inductively Coupled Plasma Torch Testing Facility Tripod 100 Side D Matthew Simonelli, Norwich University Risky Behavior of College Students at University of Central Oklahoma Kylie Gilcrest, Ana Tehrani, Michael Haszto, University of Central Tripod 6 Side A Oklahoma Electrical Impedance Analysis of A549 Cancer Cells Ellyar Barazesh, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Tripod 101 Side A The Efficacy of Video versus Direct Laryngoscopy in Relation to Tripod 6 Side B the Supervision by Attending Anesthesiologists: A Retrospective Digital Steganography Comparison of 154 Cases from 2009 – 2010 Kyle Archuleta, Eastern Washington University Ankit Agrawal, University of Nebraska

Tripod 6 Side C Tripod 101 Side B Design of Wireless, Passive Neural Probes Exploiting Galvanic The Relationship between Health Literacy and Migraines Coupling Nicole Richardson, University of Houston Ryan Mork, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Tripod 101 Side C Tripod 7 Side C Treatment of Written Discourse after Traumatic Brain Injury An Automated Health Monitoring System for Aerospace Structures Cassie Fuller, Eastern Illinois University Peter Hillyard, University of Utah Tripod 101 Side D Health Sciences & Public Health Vitamin D3 and the Severity of Inflammation Due to Asthma Tripod 1 Side A Brittney Supp, Kelsey Gillespie, Weber State University Stress among Adults Holly Carbine, Weber State University 126 Poster Session 4: Thursday 2:40-4:00

Psychology Tripod 31 Side B Selection and Socialization of Loneliness in Childhood: Modeling Tripod 27 Side A Homophily of Loneliness over Time using an Actor–Partner Memory for Poetic Metaphor Interdependence Model Rebecca Martini, Lafayette College Loren Abell, University of Central Lancashire

Tripod 27 Side B Tripod 31 Side C Let’s Get Drunk: An Examination of Extreme Drinking Motivations Service Learning Contact with the Elderly: Effects on Ageism and and their Relationship with Frequency of Blackouts Elderspeak Kelsey Fath, Miami University Kristin Hultgren, College of Saint Benedict

Tripod 27 Side C Tripod 32 Side A Perceptions of Suicide: Do Catholics and Protestants Differ? Maternal Characteristics and Their Relation to Observed Parenting Alyssa Martinson, Jennifer McDermott, University of Wisconsin- Behavior La Crosse Taylor Listul, Hamline University

Tripod 28 Side A Tripod 32 Side B Personality and Body Art Student Preferences for Exam Types: A Comparison of Open Book, Alyssa Gardner, Shay Scruggs, David Chandler, Western Carolina Closed Book and Cheat Sheet Exams University Noelle Mathew, Dominican University of California

Tripod 28 Side B Tripod 32 Side C Personality and Temperament Indicators of Developing Self- Social Loafing Occurrence and Prediction through Personality Regulation and Emotional Reactivity during Middle Childhood Zachary Kristensen, Weber State University Emilee Naylor, Westminster College Tripod 33 Side A Tripod 28 Side C Spirituality among Depressed HIV-Positive Persons: A Qualitative Pluralistic Ignorance among College Students in Relation to Alcohol Investigation and Sexual Behavior Samantha Bilkey, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Miles Casey, Westminster College Tripod 33 Side B Tripod 29 Side A Searching for Chivalry: Observing Benevolent Sexism and Nonconscious Priming: Motivated by Thoughts about Caffeine- Chivalrous Behavior towards Pregnant Women in a Mass Transit Induced States or Positive Liking Ratings? Environment Kelsey Roman, Juniata College Emily Hanson, Dominican University of California

Tripod 29 Side B Tripod 33 Side C Relationship between Self-Esteem and Demographic Factors MMPI-A Differences in Substance and Non-Substance Abusing Mary Tanner, Weber State University Delinquents Kara Hudson, University of Florida Tripod 29 Side C Positive Open Memories Correlate with Gratitude and Emotional Tripod 34 Side A Intensity Mindfulness, Stress, and Depression: An Examination of Cody Jensen, Abigail Fistler, Natacha Hall, Andrew Pereira, Stan Interpersonal Stress Generation in College Students Pichinevskiy, Eastern Washington University Leigha MacNeill, University of Rochester

Tripod 30 Side A Tripod 34 Side B Retention from PSYC 101: Two Years Later The Effects of Cognitive Resource Depletion on Height Perception Charlotte Tomevi, Efren Velazquez, Boise State University Stefan Huynh, University of Utah

Tripod 30 Side B Tripod 34 Side C Multidimensional Anger in a Forensic Sample: Norms and An Autonomic Measure of Empathic Capacity Comparisons with the Community Heather Piercy, University of Minnesota-Duluth Vasiliki Kiageri, University of Texas-San Antonio

Tripod 30 Side C Semantic Facilitation and Interference in Picture Naming: Implications for Models of Lexical Access in Speech Production Paul Del Prato, University of Rochester

Tripod 31 Side A Predicting Body Shame of College Women Based on Sexual Victimization Recency and Frequency Ava Carcirieri, Salisbury University

127 Poster Session 5: Friday 8:30-9:50

Biology Cell & Molecular Biology Tripod 38 Side A Tripod 19 Side A Aberrant DNMT3B Proteins Alter E-cadherin Expression and Cell Comparative Molecular Genetics of the Unusual Chromosome Proliferation in Breast Cancer Cells Telomeres of Drosophila Patrick Brambert, Jennifer Rehbein, Elmhurst College Haylie Cox, Weber State University

Tripod 39 Side A Tripod 19 Side B Burrowing Mayflies (Ephemeroptera) Comparing the sulA Gene of E. coli to the Kil Gene of Bacteriophage Corey Barger, Josh Holmes, Thomas Ogden, Utah Valley University Christian Squire, Western State College

Tripod 39 Side B Tripod 19 Side C DNA Fingerprinting to Assess Genetic Diversity among Assaying Antioxidant Capacity in Strawberry Fruit Sinorhizobium Strains Jenny Jing, University of New Hampshire Cory Miller, Hamline University Tripod 23 Side A Tripod 39 Side C Activation of the Pulmonary Irritant Receptor TRPA1 by Wood Smoke Effects of Bradykinin on Neuronal Excitability in Guinea Pig Components Intracardiac Neurons Darien Shapiro, University of Utah Kristin Levin, Ithaca College Tripod 23 Side B Tripod 40 Side A Mothers are Important: Control of Polyadenylate Binding Protein by Effects of Restraint Stress on CRF Expression and Release in Enteric SIAH1 in Vertebrate Embryos Neurons in the Rat Stomach Emma Brandt, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Nicole Long, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Tripod 23 Side C Tripod 40 Side B Nitric Oxide Synthase 3 Gene Regulation in Pulmonary Effects of Strontium in the Bone Density of Mice Myofibroblasts Kali Trukki, Nathan Gonzales, Minnesota State University-Mankato Andrea Eastes, Erin Walch, Western Kentucky University

Tripod 102 Side B Tripod 24 Side A Current Annotation of the Unionicola abnormipes Mitochondrial Prenatal Genetic Diagnosis Using Cervical Cells Genome has Revealed Potentially Useful Genome-Level Molecular Swati Bajpayee, Wayne State University Markers Ashley Rich, Lauren Bernier, University of Evansville Tripod 24 Side B Protein Phosphatase 5: Key Regulator of Nuclear Receptors and Lipid Tripod 102 Side C Metabolism Impact of Bank-Stabilizing Vehicles on Riparian Vegetation along Sydni Coleman, University of Toledo the Spanish Fork River, Utah Allyson Roberts, Utah Valley University Tripod 24 Side C Random Mutagenesis of an Alpha/Beta Barrel Enzyme Tripod 102 Side D Christian Hill, Claflin University Is There Morphological Plasticity in Fremyella Diplosiphon When Exposed to Low-Nutrient Growth Media? Tripod 25 Side A Josh Told, Craig Cook, Utah Valley University The Clinical Utility of Next Generation Sequencing in the Diagnosis of Patients with Marfan and Marfan-Like Syndromes Tripod 103 Side A Parker Plant, University of Utah NANOGP8: The Evolution of a Human-Specific Retro-Oncogene Aaron Fairbanks, Utah Valley University Tripod 25 Side B The Effect of the HMG-CoA Reductase Inhibitor Simvastatin on Tripod 103 Side B Apoptotic Gene Expression in Myeloid Cells Multiple Roles for JNK in Early Sea Urchin Development Jacqueline Janecek, Simpson College Addison Enomoto, Doug Gromek, Zachary Grow, Kayla Owens, Susquehanna University Tripod 25 Side C The In Situ Hybridization of the Polycomb Gene in Developing Tripod 103 Side C Zebrafish (Danio rerio) Embryos Reproductive Rate Reduction and Possible Adaptation to Stress Seen Susana Chan, Barry University in Magna after Exposure to Oil Dispersant Margo Lowe, Elon University Tripod 26 Side A Using Evolutionary Conserved RNA Interference Pathways Tripod 103 Side D in Crithidia fasciculata to Suppress Expression of the CfNT1 Constructing a Phylogeny of Elopomorph Based on Genetic Equilibrative Nucleoside Transporter Data Bryan Yost, Westminster College Walter Rich, University of Minnesota Tripod 26 Side B Alanine Released from Pancreatic Tumor Cells May Contribute to Cancer Metastasis Justin Traughber, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

128 Poster Session 5: Friday 8:30-9:50

Tripod 26 Side C Tripod 32 Side B Beta-Catenin Gives “Tips” to the Developing Pancreas User Assessment of Aviation Records Management System: System Gabriela Cash, University of Utah Features, Usefulness, and Ease of Use Kelsey Bard, University of Nebraska-Kearney

Chemistry Tripod 32 Side C Tripod 27 Side A Using Microsoft Kinect to Improve CNC Machining Cuts and Reduce Chiral Brønsted Acid Catalysis the Loss of Raw Material Brian Spindler, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Bruce Clement, Southern Utah University

Tripod 27 Side B Tripod 33 Side A Combinatorial Synthesis of Benzimidazole Derivatives Wind Turbine Data Analysis and Recovery Information System Melissa Mueller, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Josh Wilson, University of Nebraska-Kearney

Tripod 34 Side A Tripod 33 Side B Development of an Assay for Monitoring the Hydrolysis of ß-Lactam Centralizing Quick Response (QR) Codes for Enhancing Mobile Antibiotics using the pH-Dependence of Enhanced Green Fluorescent Computing Security Protein Nick Baldwin, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Nicole Reilly, Appalachian State University Tripod 33 Side C Tripod 34 Side B An Investigation of Current Social Engineering Issues and Solutions Does Critical Thinking Influence Grades? Jay Kansagra, Chris Kelley, Southern Utah University Deepika Agrawal, Minnesota State University-Mankato

Tripod 34 Side C Criminology Development of a Potentiostat using an Open Source Microcontroller Tripod 6 Side A for Electrochemical Analyses Comparative Content Analysis: Media Perception of Juvenile Kyle Fulle, Benjamin Hickman, Western Carolina University Treatment Programs in Florida and the U.S. Charkivia Lovett, University of Florida Tripod 35 Side A Spectroscopic Studies of a New Ion-pair Receptor Tripod 7 Side C Alisha Contractor, University of West Georgia Gender Roles and Cheating Behaviors: An Examination on Which Gender is More Likely to Cheat Tripod 35 Side B Charles Taggart, Stephanie Karren, Weber State University Smoking Cessation: Saving Lives One CYP2A6 at a Time Ashley Hughes, Eastern Washington University Education Tripod 35 Side C Tripod 15 Side A Does the Normal Curve Accurately Model the Distribution of Transition Metal Complexes as Macromolecular Catalysts Intelligence? James Barnett, Auburn University Lindsey Godwin, Kyle Smith, Utah Valley University Tripod 36 Side A Synchronous Fluorescent Analysis of Aeromatic Hydrocarbons in Tripod 15 Side B Excellence in Early Literacy: The Implications and Effects of Water Samples Scotland’s ‘A Curriculum for Excellence’ in Early Literacy Education Rebecca Goldstein, Merima Beganovic, Westminster College Veronica Blue, North Central College

Computer Science Tripod 15 Side C Tripod 31 Side A Important Biological Concepts to Teach in Introductory Non-Majors Healthy Nutrition: Planned Calorie Intake. A Genetic Algorithm Biology Courses Approach Michelle Frandsen, Brigham Young University John Fair, Tracy Egbas, Fisk University Tripod 16 Side A Tripod 31 Side B A Review of Empirical Evidence about Thought Process of English Integration of the Alice 3D Programming Environment with Robotics Language Learners: A Learner’s Perspective to Stimulate Interest in Computing Danielle Brown, Eastern Illinois University David South, Texas Tech University Tripod 16 Side B Tripod 31 Side C An Exploratory Investigation into the Use of Augmented Reality in PHP to ColdFusion: A Study in Practical Language Conversion Dental Hygiene Education Matt Nadareski, Brockport Maren Bishop, Karlie Nichols, Jodie Story, Weber State University

Tripod 32 Side A Tripod 16 Side C Resistance of Operating Systems to Penetration Attacks Development of an Ethno-botanical Garden to Support Corazón Theodore Swanson, Gil Caspi, Roger Williams University Maya in La Laguna, San Pedro, Guatemala Megan Moulding, Alexa Eaton, Jacob Larsen, Weber State University

129 Poster Session 5: Friday 8:30-9:50

Tripod 20 Side A Tripod 3 Side A Women and Limitation of Activity Due to Body Image The Effect of Temperature on Mortality and Growth of Juvenile Carla Vogl, Weber State University (Hippocampus kuda) Jennifer Trumbo, Capital University Tripod 21 Side A In What Ways Does an Emphasis on Standardized Testing of Tripod 3 Side B Language Arts and Mathematics Affect the Untested Content Areas? Understanding Emission Characteristics of a Foundry Sand Binder Brooke Bower, Dominican University of California Anne Shepherd, University of Northern Iowa

Tripod 21 Side B Tripod 3 Side C Musical Participation and the Correlation between Socio-Economic Using Vermiculture to Test Decomposition of SunChip Bags Status and Academic Standing Emily Grabenstein, Susquehanna University Courtney Netzel, Gustavo Chaviano, University of Wisconsin- Whitewater Tripod 100 Side A Alterations in Stream Discharge Patterns Due to Evolving Historical Tripod 21 Side C Land Use Patterns in the Lehigh River Watershed Patterns and Trends: A Correlational Analysis of Texas School Diana Feldmann, Moravian College Demographic Factors and Academic Success in Science Taylor Daugherty, Lubbock Christian University Tripod 100 Side B Ex-Situ Bioremediation of PAH-Contaminated Sediments using the Tripod 22 Side A White Rot Fungus Pleurotus ostreatus Comparative Classroom Procedures Max Elfelt, University of Minnesota-Duluth Nicole Harris, Candace Oman, University of Utah Tripod 100 Side C Tripod 22 Side B Hydraulic Fracturing: An Under Regulated Disaster Teaching Indigenous Children English Molly Kuisle, College of Saint Benedict Angelina Lorenzo, Chad Morrow, California University of Pennsylvania Tripod 100 Side D Impact of Beech Bark Disease on Epiphyte Diversity and Cover in Tripod 22 Side C High Elevation Beech Gaps in the Great Smoky Mountains National Using Participatory Video to Facilitate Communication among Park Children with ASDs Monika Hayleck, Elon University Deborah Rafferty, University of Utah Tripod 101 Side A Impacts of Coal Mining on Soil Phosphorus Reservoirs: Results from Environmental Studies & Sciences the Abandoned Friar Tuck Mine Site, Sullivan County, Indiana Tripod 1 Side A Natasha Terrell, Laura Major, Indiana State University Phosphorus Use Efficiency Improvement in Maize with Organic Acid Ligand Exchange Tripod 101 Side B Katherine Packer, Brigham Young University Influence of Low Temperature on Patterns of Coliform Bacteria Abundance from Field and Laboratory Samples Tripod 1 Side B Sarah McBride, Josh Thomas, Lubbock Christian University Plant Species Effects Override the Effects of Plant Diversity and Origin in Determining Tadpole Performance Tripod 101 Side C Shauna-kay Rainford, Cornell University The Effect of Land Use Conversion on Soil Nutrients in the Ecuadorian Andes Tripod 1 Side C Sarah McHugh, Seattle University Polymer Coated Urea: Reduction of Ammonia Volatilization Tobin Story, Brigham Young University Tripod 101 Side D Pesticide Detection in Honey Tripod 2 Side A Rebecca Douglass, Lauren Ison, University of Kentucky Surculus Sara Mikulas, Jaden Aronow, Adrianna Rosati, Rochester Institute of Technology Geography & Earth Sciences Tripod 4 Side C Tripod 2 Side B Airborne Geolocating Photography Platform for Analysis in Wildlife The Carbon Cycle and Energy, a Concept that Seasonal Excess Observation Agricultural Production Could be used to Supplement Fuel Supplies Amanda Gentry, Weber State University Amanda Anderson, Dominican University of California

Tripod 2 Side C Interdisciplinary Studies The Effect of Dams on Benthic Macroinvertebrate and Fish Tripod 7 Side A Communities along the Jordan Creek in Lehigh County, George Buchanan and the Literary Culture of Sixteenth Century Pennsylvania Scotland Rebecca Mitchell, Moravian College Michael Crawford, Westminster College

130 Poster Session 5: Friday 8:30-9:50

Tripod 7 Side B Tripod 11 Side C Library Systems in Change: Examining the Merger of the Northern Generalized Poincaré Inequalities for Differential Forms Illinois Library Systems Lindsey Chen, Seattle University Katelyn Van Lankvelt, North Central College Tripod 12 Side A Tripod 8 Side A Estimating Ground-Level Aerosol Pollution from Space during Statistical Exploration of Stylistic Variation in the Original and Scattered and Overcast Cloud Conditions Translations of Novels by O.E. Rølvaag Bradley Wells, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Benjamin Leis, Nicole Bettes, Aaron Molstad, Saint Olaf College Tripod 12 Side B Tripod 8 Side B Constructing a Complex-Valued Metric Natural Products, Dietary Choices, and Human Health Marlon Fortes, Salisbury University Natalie Gibson, Utah State University Tripod 12 Side C Tripod 8 Side C Are Nutrition Labels Always Correct? Linguistic Patterns from Personal Journal Writings Reveal Clues to Sarah Sollis, Sahrish Khan, Weber State University Dementia and Mortality Risks Kendra Staheli, Dane Bollwinkel, Ryleigh Allred, Utah State Tripod 13 Side A University Analytical Modelling of the Acoustics of Transmission Line Loudspeakers Law & Legal Studies Salma Younus, University of Central Lancashire Tripod 6 Side B Tripod 13 Side B The Effects of Imprisonment on Urban Communities A Mathematical Model for the Effects of Plaque Aggregation on the Natalie Mekloufi, University of Central Lancashire Neuronal Network Thomas Howard, Bridgewater State University Tripod 6 Side C Bad Law Causes Crime? Tripod 13 Side C Tian Zou, Drexel University Properties of Null Points in 3D Divergence-Free and General Vector Fields Mathematics Craig Goldsmith, University of Central Lancashire Tripod 9 Side A Using a Combination of Empirical and Theoretical Approaches to Philosophy & Ethics Assess a Host-Parasite Interaction of Conservation Concern Tripod 5 Side A Kacie Van Calster, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse I.T. Ethics in China and the United States Laura Spelbrink, Michael Abbott, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Tripod 9 Side B The Mathematics of Weaving Betty Makovoz, University of Massachusetts Physiology Tripod 36 Side B Tripod 9 Side C The Effect of Cotton and Dry Wicking Materials on Temperature, Statistical Models of Self-Efficacy in STEM Students Exertion, and Feeling during Exercise Sarah Painter, Minnesota State University-Mankato Kelsey Norkett, Elon University

Tripod 10 Side A Tripod 36 Side C Modelling Muller’s Ratchet with Branching Processes Temperature-Induced Sympatholysis and Vascular Function: The Matthew Galla, Trinity University Role of Advancing Age and Gender Cheyenne Schmid, University of Utah Tripod 10 Side B Modeling Vector-Host Encounter Rates Tripod 37 Side A Amanda Foy, Tulane University Quantifying Cardio-Respiratory Coupling with an Empirical Oscillator Model Tripod 10 Side C Yenan Zhu, Case Western Reserve University Modeling the Effects of Cellular Properties on Neuronal Spike Timing Precision Tripod 37 Side B Heather Brooks, University of Utah Factors that May Affect Lifetime Reproductive Potential in the Ewe Ashley Burton, Wingate University Tripod 11 Side A Methods for Exploring Life Course Trajectories for Program Tripod 37 Side C Assessment Effect of Sex of Littermate on Reproductive Performance in the Ewe Alyssa Peck, Montana State University-Bozeman Elizabeth Willis, Wingate University

Tripod 11 Side B Tripod 38 Side B Managing the Cost of Carbon Adiponectin Improves Peripheral Insulin Signaling of Female Mice Jenna Cantrell, Appalachian State University Kimberly Stratford, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

131 Poster Session 5: Friday 8:30-9:50

Tripod 38 Side C Tripod 5 Side B Cardiac Specific Troponin I Association with Transplant Graft The Common Call to Care: An Interfaith Analysis on Adoption and Failure the Differing Legal Status of Orphans and Abandoned Children in Samantha Dizon, Loyola University Judaism, Islam, and Christianity Megan Muta, Valparaiso University

Psychology Tripod 5 Side C Tripod 28 Side A Relationship: LGTB and God Interpersonal Rejection and Self-Esteem: The Moderating Roles of Jennifer Murphy, Weber State University Causal Clarity and Rejection Severity Julie Martin, Lafayette College

Tripod 28 Side B Independent Resources for Information Transfer into and Maintenance of Information in Visual Working Memory Shon MonDragon, University of Houston

Tripod 28 Side C Give Me My A... And That Beer!: Examining the Relationship Between Academic Entitlement, Major, and Alcohol Use Samantha Carson, Miami University

Tripod 29 Side A Exploring the Effects of an Informational Intervention on Attitudes toward Seeking Marriage Counseling Sara Figueroa, Karen Harms, Carlee Chynoweth, Jacqueline Dillard, Weber State University

Tripod 29 Side B Can Brief Exposure to Subliminal Images of Unrelated Fearful Objects Reduce Avoidant Behavior in Spider Phobic Individuals? Crista Gallo, Adelphi University

Tripod 29 Side C Effect of Parenting Style on Identity Status in College Students Kevin Bleistein, Susquehanna University

Tripod 30 Side A Examining the Validity of the Resilience Quotient Richard Chambers, Alice Brawley, Christopher Castille, University of Wisconsin-River Falls

Tripod 30 Side B Depressive Symptoms and Sexual Ambivalence in Young Adults Andrea Tirado, Barry University

Tripod 30 Side C Does the Exchange of Sexually Graphic Content via Cellphone or Computer Influence How College Students Assign Accountability to Fictional Teens in Sexual Relationships? Shane Goller, Brittany Kaltenbaugh, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania Religious Studies Tripod 4 Side A An Illusion of Growth: Spiritual Development in Males at CCCU Schools Andrew Duffy, John Brown University

Tripod 4 Side B Pedagogy of the Bible in the Liberal Arts Context: Paradigms and Perspectives Timothy Peoples, Siena Heights University

132 Poster Session 6: Friday 11:40-1:00

Biology Tripod 23 Side B Mutations in ENPP1 That Cause Idiopathic Infantile Arterial Tripod 39 Side B Calcination Diet of Rainbow Trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss, in the Colorado River, Jesse Erasmus, Utah Valley University Grand Canyon Eric , St. Norbert College Tripod 23 Side C Nucleosome positioning and Gene Regulation of the unc-54 Tripod 39 Side C enhancer in C. elegans Effects of Bisphenol-A on Development and Heart Rate of Embryonic Kade McQuivey, Brigham Young University Zebrafish Chaz Danilchak, Westminster College Tripod 24 Side A Expression of Furin and PACE 4 in Basal Keratinocytes Activates Tripod 40 Side A Underlying Fibroblasts Effects of Restraint Stress on CRF Expression and Release in Enteric Michelle Hayes, Holy Family University Neurons in the Rat Colon Kaylee Beckwith, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Tripod 24 Side B Hypoxic-preconditioning Increases Proliferation in the Tripod 40 Side B Subventricular Zone of Newborn Piglets Functionality of Argonaute Proteins in the Silencing of Viruses in Kristina Nikolova, Drexel University Nicotiana benthamiana Andrew Baker, University of Evansville Tripod 24 Side C Regulation of Alpha-Myosin Heavy Chain in Cardiac Remodeling Tripod 40 Side C Associated with Pregnancy Developing Genetic Markers for Fleas that Vector Plague (Yersinia Johnna Sizemore, Emily Dixon, Audrey Baute, Eastern Kentucky pestis) University Bret Clawson, Northern Arizona University Tripod 25 Side A Tripod 102 Side B The Effect of the Elimination of Host RNAses on Bacteriophage T7 Fab1 May be Perturbed in Cardiolipin Mutants Propagation Mustafa Taquee, Wayne State University Kristen Leone, Bridgewater State University

Tripod 102 Side C Tripod 25 Side B Increased Energy Expenditure Unmasks the Role of Ovarian The Effects of Carbon Nanotube injection on C elegans Morphology Hormones in Making Reproduction a Priority over Ingestive Behavior and Physiology Amir Abdulhay, Ithaca College Elliot Winters, Brigham Young University

Tripod 102 Side D Tripod 25 Side C Jasmonic Acid Concentration Effects on Induced Defenses in The Role of Autophagy in Lipid Storage in C. elegans Phaseolus lunatus Sara Wong, Macaulay Honors College at Queens College-CUNY Natalie Ciciono, Susquehanna University Tripod 26 Side A Tripod 103 Side A MicroRNA Alteration of Transcriptional Activity by Gene Promoter Kanamycin-Furosemide and its Effect on the Inner Ear with Regards Interaction as Monitored by Gold Nanoparticle Aggregation to Hair Cell and Spiral Ganglion Neuron Loss Lucas Laudermilk, Rhodes College Heather Schmitz, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Tripod 26 Side B Tripod 103 Side B Attenuation of Heart Failure in AA-Induced Zebrafish Embryos using Neurodevelopment of Tobacco Hornworm (Manduca sexta) in Fungal Extracts and A11 Relation to Holometabolic Metamorphosis Brittany Servent, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Jessica Stewart, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Tripod 26 Side C Tripod 103 Side C Investigation of the Effects of the Deletion of the SPARC Acidic Quantification of Methanogens in the Gastrointestinal Tract of Kiko Domain and EGF-like Module on SPARC-Mediated Signaling in Goats Using Real-Time PCR Temozolomide Richard Orcutt, Bridgewater State University Swathi Nallapa, Wayne State University Tripod 103 Side D Determination of the Role of GABA in Drosophila Olfaction by Use of Chemistry GABA Agonists and Antagonists Tripod 31 Side A Michael Dever, Westminster College Adsorption and De-sorption of Antibiotics on Nanodiamond Amanda Pentecost, Drexel University

Cell & Molecular Biology Tripod 31 Side B Tripod 23 Side A Optimization of the Synthesis of N-Alkylbis(3-acetamidopropyl)-N- Molecular Identification of Rh Glycoproteins in the Sea Lamprey, alkylammonium Halides Petromyzon marinus Donovon Adpressa, Eastern Washington University Rachel Bradley, Appalachian State University

133 Poster Session 6: Friday 11:40-1:00

Tripod 31 Side C Tripod 36 Side B Physical Chemical Study of Ni-S System with Prebiotic Relevance Synthesis of a C7-Ethyl Aziridinomitosene for DNA Inter-strand Kevin Murray, Montana State University-Bozeman Cross-linking Mechanistic Studies Carrie Hill, Boise State University Tripod 32 Side A Novel Method of Nitrate-Nitrogen Determination in Soils by Ion Tripod 36 Side C Chromatography Determination of Induction Times of Crystallization of Sunflower Oil Allison Wickham, James Madison University Waxes in Soybean Oil Suyapa Padilla, Utah State University Tripod 32 Side B Kinetic Studies of a Multi-Heme Enzyme by Laser-Initiated Reduction Tripod 37 Side A Joseph Eschweiler, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Synthetic Approaches to Manganese-Complexed Acenequinones for Electronics Applications Tripod 32 Side C Ilya , University of Kentucky Method Development for the Analysis of Estrogens Using High- Performance Liquid Chromatography and Negative Electrospray Tripod 37 Side B Ionization Mass Spectrometry Synthesis of N-Aryl-2-Benzyloxy-5-Nitrobenzylamines to Explore Katie Estridge, Appalachian State University Activity in a Zebrafish Model for Heart Failure Nicholas McDonald, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Tripod 33 Side A Dispersion of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Tripod 37 Side C Maria Dong, Walter Steward, University of West Georgia Synthesis of Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs by Electrochemical Carboxylation Tripod 33 Side B Nathan Ulrich, Eastern Illinois University Extraction of Alpha Acids from Hops Using Accelerated Solvent Extraction Tripod 38 Side A Sarah Martin, Westminster College Molecular Dynamics Simulations on Inosine Triphosphotase and the P32T Mutation Tripod 33 Side C Jeffrey Barnes, Eastern Washington University Identifying DNA-Sequence Preferences for Binding of a Novel Dirhodium Compound Tripod 38 Side B James Bellush, Moravian College Assessing the Binding of Triclocarban to Dissolved Organic Carbon Sasha Chihak, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Tripod 34 Side A Analysis of Functional Groups on Sulfonated Charcoals Cesar Gomez Quintanilla, D. Jonathan , Dordt College Education Tripod 15 Side A Tripod 34 Side B Endangered Species Day: Research and Integrated Education Jennifer Humble, Monica Buselli, John Quigley, Ashley Cifuentes, Formation of Superhydrophobic Surfaces with Silica Nanoparticles Jessica McKeen, Devan Weber, Steven Borish, Faud Satterfield, Ingrid Haugan, Hamline University Sibdas Ghosh, Dominican University of California Tripod 34 Side C Cathepsin K Inhibitors as Agents for the Molecular Imaging of Tripod 15 Side B Exploring Learning Difficulties Associated with Understanding Osteoporosis Ionizing By Radiation Stacy Monk, University of Michigan Anna Hafele, Black Hills State University Tripod 35 Side A Small Molecule Library Targeting Two Systems for the Treatment Tripod 15 Side C Identifying and Resolving Problematic, Naive Student Thinking of Nicotine Addiction: the a7 Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor and About Ionizing Radiation Cytochrome P-450 2A6 Natalie DeKay, Rebecca Maidl, Black Hills State University Stacie Ginkins, Eastern Washington University

Tripod 35 Side B Tripod 16 Side A Admissions Yield Model at St. Olaf College Surface-Grafted Cobaloximes as Hydrogen Catalysts in Aqueous Amanda Elling, Laura Smith, Michael Ann Finnin, Saint Olaf College Solution Christopher Eubanks, Appalachian State University Tripod 16 Side B Tripod 35 Side C Creativity in the Classroom: Synthesis of Effective Teachers and Their Classrooms Using a Polar Organic Chemical Integrative Sampler to Detect Fraser Kelly Butler, Candace Miller, Texas Tech University Fir Pesticides in Natural Surface Alexis Dale, Appalachian State University Tripod 16 Side C Tripod 36 Side A Demanding Change: Student Mobilization and Neoliberal Education Policy in Chile Selective Binding of Halide Ions to Valinomycin via ESI-MS, NMR and Chelcea Boesiger, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire DFT Christopher Crittenden, William Livernois, Joanna Denton, University of West Georgia

134 Poster Session 6: Friday 11:40-1:00

Tripod 21 Side A Tripod 14 Side A Michigan School of Education Community College Transfer Student Aerodynamic Characterization of the Mini Ultra Stick Aircraft Study James Rosenthal, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Chaddrick Gallaway, University of Michigan Tripod 14 Side B Tripod 21 Side B A Parametric Sensitivity Analysis of the Optimal Disposal Year of Parenting Attitudes and Practices of American Parents with Young Fleet Vehicles Children Sarah Gurganus, East Carolina University Jacob Harper, Weber State University Tripod 14 Side C Tripod 21 Side C The Effect of Thermal Annealing on the Efficiency of a Semi- Closing the Achievement Gap: An Investigation into the Efficacy of Transparent Flexible Organic Solar Cell the Blugold Beginnings College Access Program Gabriel Calderon Ortiz, University of Puerto Rico at Humacao Heather Harris, Mai Neng Vang, Giney Rojas, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Health Sciences & Public Health Tripod 22 Side A Tripod 1 Side A Relationship between Oral Narratives and Executive Functions of How are Different Body Mass Indices Groups Affected Functionally? Elementary School-age Children Mark Campbell, University of Central Lancashire Sarah , Eastern Illinois University Tripod 1 Side B Tripod 22 Side B Influence of Vitamin D Deficiency on Fibromyalgia Use of a Progress Monitoring Tool to Determine Instructional Dustin Hunsaker, University of Utah Methods Sara Hegsted, Utah State University Tripod 1 Side C Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behaviors Regarding Hydration Tripod 22 Side C Collette Simmons, Weber State University What Was That Again, Congenital Disorder of Glycosylation? Janelle Roberts, Bridgewater State University Tripod 2 Side A Levels of Sexuality Education, Education, and Reported Levels of Sexual Activity Among College Students Engineering Rosa Portillo, Weber State University Tripod 11 Side B Lower Ninth Ward Carbon Model Report Tripod 2 Side B Janka Lovering, Lafayette College Medicaid Amanda Hohman, Lindsey Cable, Alicia Lehr, Mary Aylsworth, Tripod 11 Side C Robert McCullough, Tiffany Brown, Westmoreland County Innovative Compact Thermal Imaging Headgear Community College Rebecca Aidala, Travis Betourney, Josh Plumadore, Norwich University Tripod 2 Side C Concentrations in Commonly Consumed Fish in Seychelles Tripod 12 Side A Tyler Nicholas, University of Rochester How does Machine Feed Rate and Anodizing Effect Fatigue Life? Brian Sorensen, Robert Jones, Lance Wood, Weber State University Tripod 3 Side A Negotiating and Managing Disclosure: Self-disclosure of HIV Positive Tripod 12 Side B Status among Urban HIV-infected African American Men Green Wall Study - Wastewater Treatment System Nancy Nguyen, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Peter Martin, Rochester Institute of Technology Tripod 3 Side B Tripod 12 Side C Novel Methodology for the HPLC-free Synthesis of Carbon-11 Labeled Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer Bars in Pre Cast Deck Panels Radiopharmaceuticals for PET Imaging Shawn Malan, University of Utah Andrew Glatz, University of Michigan

Tripod 13 Side A Tripod 3 Side C Computer Modeling of the Cochlea Open Dislocation of the PIP of the 5th digit in a Collegiate Football Franciscus Wolfs, University of Rochester Player Heather Brown, Western Carolina University Tripod 13 Side B Classifying Wetland Vegetation with Remote Sensing Techniques at Tripod 100 Side A the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, Utah Energy Expenditure in Neurofibromatosis Type 1 Melina Santos Vanderlinder, Utah State University Connorie Murray, University of Utah

Tripod 13 Side C Tripod 100 Side B Characterization of Mechanical Property Degradation of Titanium Exploration of Plans to Reduce Obesity in Midwestern Elementary Alloys by Welding Heat Input Schools George Purvis, Mark Dalene, Zakary Stapp, Weber State University Katie Sellner, Allie Schwab, Gustavus Adolphus College

135 Poster Session 6: Friday 11:40-1:00

Tripod 100 Side C Tripod 6 Side C Gender Roles and Sexual Behavior among Utah’s Young Adults Atmospheric Distribution of Cosmic Rays and the Connection to Stacy Cooke, Weber State University Solar Activity Malea , Utah State University Tripod 100 Side D Geocaching as an Alternative Way to Promote Physical Activity Tripod 7 Side A Participation in Youth Absolute Calibration of Standard Light Sources for the Telescope Emily Brown, Stephanie West, Appalachian State University Array Project Air Fluorescence Telescopes Gina Vasiloff, University of Utah Tripod 101 Side A Opti-Stretch versus Recurrent Back Pain Tripod 7 Side B Terry Murray, Weber State University A 3-Year Study of Aerosol Direct Radiative Effects in the Southeastern U.S. Tripod 101 Side B Luke Robertson, Appalachian State University Perceptions and Behaviors of College Students Relating to Sexual Activity, STD’s and Unintended Pregnancy Tripod 7 Side C Susanna Lindeman, Weber State University UV-IR Dual-Band Detector Based on TiO2 Nanoparticles Sensitized with PbS Quantum Dots Tripod 101 Side C Victoria Martin, University of West Georgia Protein Supplementation in Relation to Physical Activity Ashley Ottley, Weber State University Tripod 8 Side A Finite Temperature Casimir Effect for a Massive Scalar Field in a Tripod 101 Side D Magnetic Field Quality Control from a Subset of Human Surgical Tissue Specimens Kevin Seltzer, Loyola University from the IU Simon Cancer Center Tissue Procurement and Distribution Core Collected in 2009-2010: An H&E and RIN Value Tripod 8 Side B Assessment Fabrication and Characterization of Poly (Vinylidene Fluoride- Cleandrea Spencer, Indiana University-Purdue University Trifluoroethylene)/Poly (3-Hexylthiophene) (PVDF-TrFE/P3HT) Indianapolis Nanofibers via Electrospinning William Serrano-García, University of Puerto Rico at Humacao

Physics Tripod 8 Side C Tripod 4 Side A Experimental Study of the Edge-Dislocation Wave during Diffraction Design, Construction, and Implementation of a Ground-based of Light on the Obstacle Solar Spectrograph for the National Student Solar Spectrograph Jason Teten, University of Nebraska-Kearney Competition Courtney Peck, Montana State University-Bozeman Tripod 9 Side A Elusive Baryons Tripod 4 Side B Kristin Hightower, San Jose State University Design and Calibration of a Filter Paper Based Disdrometer Benjamin Fullerton, University of Nebraska-Kearney Tripod 9 Side B Electrical Characterization of Zn and ZnO Nanowires Grown on Tripod 4 Side C PEDOT:PSS Conductive Thin Films by Physical Vapor Deposition Definition of Polymeric Structures using an Atomic Force Microscope Matthew Chamberlin, James Madison University Godohaldo Perez, University of Puerto Rico at Humacao Tripod 9 Side C Tripod 5 Side A Electric Field Dependence of the Time to Electrostatic Breakdown in Corona Plasma and Coating of Metals Insulating Polymers David Carroll, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Charles Sim, Utah State University

Tripod 5 Side B Tripod 10 Side A Combining Flexibility and Magnetism to Create a Versatile Double Charge Exchange Creation of Antihydrogen: Analysis of Nanomaterial for Microactuation Positronium Creation in the First Charge Exchange Event Willem Prins, Elon University Patrick Donnan, Auburn University

Tripod 5 Side C Tripod 10 Side B Characterization of the Muon Fluence Near the Earth’s Surface Determining the Impact Parameter and Cross-section in Heavy Ion Austin Ankney, Timothy Berguson, Juniata College Collisions Andira Ramos, Florida International University Tripod 6 Side A Characterization of Langmuir Films by Brewster Angle Microscopy Tripod 10 Side C (BAM) Designing a Langmuir triple probe for the FAMU Spheromak Adrian Sanabria-Diaz, University of Nebraska-Kearney Turbulent Plasma Experiment (STPX) Kevin Gilmore, Auburn University Tripod 6 Side B Can Weak Gravitational Lensing Determine Matter Halo Fall-Off Of Galaxy Clusters? Adelmar Do Canto, Bridgewater State University

136 Poster Session 6: Friday 11:40-1:00

Psychology Tripod 27 Side A An Exploration of Variables that Influence Eye-Witness Susceptibility to and Awareness of Misinformation Sierra Hill, Capital University

Tripod 27 Side B Perception of Animals and Humans in Distress, Emotional Processing, and Empathy Trisha Taylor, Alexandra Roth, Maria Vaca, California State University Channel Islands

Tripod 27 Side C Jordanian Women and Exercise: An Intergenerational Comparison Zeely Sylvia, Bridgewater State University

Tripod 28 Side A Factor Analysis of the MMPI and the MMPI-2 Rebecca Mecham, Weber State University

Tripod 28 Side B Increasing Fruit Consumption by Offering Variety Sarah Mott, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities

Tripod 28 Side C Gender Role Stereotypes of Egyptian Men and Women Kelli Michanowicz, Westminster College

Tripod 29 Side A Early Family Environment and Children’s 5th Grade Language and Literacy Outcomes Ty Aller, Utah State University

Tripod 29 Side B Cultural Differences between East and West through Photography Michael Norris, Dominican University of California

Tripod 29 Side C Examining the Mechanisms of Mindfulness in a Stress-Reduction Workshop with College Students Brian Kornobis, Adelphi University

Tripod 30 Side A Extraversion and Expressivity: Are Extraverts More Expressive? Caroline Groth, Andrea Dittmann, Samuel Bailey-Seiler, Saint Olaf College

Tripod 30 Side B Effect of Fearful Faces on Perceiving the Emotion of the Crowd Ellie Casalman, Elizabeth Cox, Hendrix College

Tripod 30 Side C Dyadic Perspective-Taking within the Parent-Adolescent Relationship April Knight, Weber State University

137 Poster Session 7: Friday 1:10-2:30

Biology Tripod 23 Side C EVI1 is Critical in Myeloid Leukemia Cell Apoptosis Tripod 39 Side B Enoch Chan, University of Rochester Development and Testing of Novel Pradimicin-Type Antifungal and Antiviral Agents Thomas Anderson, Whitney Morgan, Utah State University Tripod 24 Side A Examining the Effects of Environmental Pollutants on Ryanodine Receptor Function Tripod 39 Side C Juliana Biro, Bard College at Simons Rock Effect of PediCuRx Prevent A on Digital Dermatitis in Dairy Cattle Taylor Reiter, University of Kentucky Tripod 24 Side B Generating Deletion Mutants Lacking T7 Gene Product 6 (gp6) Tripod 40 Side A Kelly Young, Larry MacDougall, Bridgewater State University Effects of Habitat Fragmentation on Biodiversity of Invertebrates in Southeastern Massachusetts Jeremy Kaplan, Bridgewater State University Tripod 24 Side C Analysis of the Human Metapneumovirus P Protein Shelby Malone, University of Kentucky Tripod 40 Side B Effects of Serotonin Inhibition on Memory and Learning in Red Harvester Ants, Pogonomyrmex barbatus Tripod 25 Side A Hunter McClevish, Westminster College Introducing Gene Product 3 (gp3) Knockout Mutations in Bacteriophage T7 Silviane DaConceicao, Crystal Smith, Bridgewater State University Tripod 40 Side C Development of a Genetic Marker to Distinguish between Pulex irritans and Pulex simulans, Two Potential Flea Vectors of Plague Tripod 25 Side B Transmission Effect of DNA Methylation on Nucleosome Positioning Colby Kearl, Utah State University Scott Wilkes, Brigham Young University

Tripod 102 Side B Tripod 25 Side C Genetic Mechanism for Artery Formation Determination of the Localization Patterns of the Alpha 1 and Charlotte Stanford, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Alpha 2 Subunits of Actin Capping Protein Samantha Buss, Jessica Jurovich, Minnesota State University- Mankato Tripod 102 Side C Investigating the Role of SIN3 in Disease and Aging Abhineeth Bhat, Wayne State University Tripod 26 Side A Cloning cDNA of Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone (GnRH) Isoforms from Brains of Black Sea Bass, Centropristis striata Tripod 102 Side D Scott Morin, University of New Hampshire Is Ecotourism Negatively Affecting Whale Behavior during Breeding Season in the Coastal Waters of Ecuador? Kelsey Puhalla, College of Saint Benedict Tripod 26 Side B Calcium’s Effect on Hair Cell Bundle Stiffness and Oscillations Marcos Nunez, University of California-Los Angeles Tripod 103 Side A Life History Studies of Two Rare Minnesota Fishes Sara Johnson, Ben Taylor, Noel Galuschik, Kimberly Lam, Saint Olaf Tripod 26 Side C College Analysis of PSO4 Gene Expression in the Cellular Slime Mold Dictyostelium discoideum after Interstrand Crosslink Damage Brandon Yorty, Holy Family University Tripod 103 Side B Maternal Iron Deficiency Causes Abnormal Sonic Hedgehog Gene Regulation in Prenatal Brain Chemistry Rachel Harney, University of Rochester Tripod 31 Side A Analysis of Surface Chemistry and Optical Properties in CdSe Tripod 103 Side C Quantum Dots Physiological Response of Daphnia spp. to Native and Invasive Samantha Brush, Black Hills State University Predators Jessica Churchill, Hamline University-St. Paul Tripod 31 Side B Polymerization of D,L-Lactide with Titanium (IV)-Tartrates Tripod 103 Side D Charles , Luther College Development of Veterinary Surgical Teaching Models Katharine Hausmann, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Tripod 31 Side C Organic Anion Transport in Live Caenorhabditis elegans Viewed by Cell & Molecular Biology Fluorescence Microscopy Alicia Woock, Appalachian State University Tripod 23 Side A Determining the Role of C-Terminal Zinc Fingers in Zbtb4 Chelsie Conrad, University of Utah Tripod 32 Side A Isolation and Characterization of Antimicrobial Agents from a Novel Species of Actinomycete Obtained from Soil Samples at the Centralia Tripod 23 Side B Mine Fire Effects of SNPs on Nucleosome Positioning Joshua Gordon, Susquehanna University Julie Roberts, Samantha Martinez, Brigham Young University

138 Poster Session 7: Friday 1:10-2:30

Tripod 32 Side B Tripod 37 Side A Industrial Biodiesel Production Monitoring via Near Infrared The Role of C6 and C7 in DNA-Protein Crosslink Formation in Spectroscopy Correlated with Gas Chromatography Mass Aziridinomitosene Treatments Spectrometry Megan Sandmann, Boise State University Darren Brady, Judah High, Appalachian State University Tripod 37 Side B Tripod 32 Side C Synthesis, Characterization, and H2O Reactivity of N2S2- Investigation of Trace Metals and Magnetic Susceptibility in River Coordinated Pb(II) Compounds Sediments Impacted by a Coal Fly Ash Spill Eric Elton, Utah State University Stacey Hughes, Appalachian State University Tripod 37 Side C Tripod 33 Side A The Effect of Androgen Deprivation Therapy on Glucose Metabolism Ion-pair States and Energy Transfer in Iodine in Prostate Cancer Patients Nicholas Takebayashi, University of Evansville Casey Whale, Brant Adams, Austin Okelberry, Shaun Webb, Weber State University Tripod 33 Side B Designing Mixed Polymer Surfactants for Carbon Nanotube Tripod 38 Side A Suspensions Are Bulk and Nano-sized Titanium Oxides Really Different: Meagan Perz, Melissa Hanigosky, Gannon University Determining the Heats of Ion Exchange on their Surfaces Kelsey Turcotte, University of Kentucky Tripod 33 Side C Effect of Concentration on Molecular Distribution of Cyanine Dyes in Tripod 38 Side B Aqueous Solutions Designing Better Antibiotics: Structural Effects of Charge Repulsion Alicia Tirre, Leen Samha, Southern Utah University in a Model Antibiotic Peptide Kevin Larsen, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Tripod 34 Side A Chemical Studies on Polypore Mushrooms Lance Bowers, Utah Valley University Engineering Tripod 13 Side A Tripod 34 Side B Watershed Management for the Canyon Lake System in Lubbock, Texas Evaluation of the Crystallization Behavior of Waxes in Vegetable Oil Mwansa Chiyenge, Texas Tech University Chin Yiap Tan, Utah State University

Tripod 34 Side C Tripod 13 Side B Voice Activated Texting – Is it Safer than Conventional Texting While Co-Encapsulation of Dexamethasone-21-Acetate and Driving? Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles in Anisotropic PRINT Kaysha Young, Montana State University-Bozeman Nanoparticles Matthew Detter, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Tripod 13 Side C Tripod 35 Side A The Effect of Cutting Tool Edge Radii on the Cutting Forces in Metal Machining of Aluminum 6061 Reactions of Superoxide Dismutase with Polyphenols Karen Nielson, Utah State University Benjamin Hickman, Kyle Fulle, Western Carolina University

Tripod 35 Side B Tripod 14 Side A Surface Functionalization of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Magnetic Synthesis and Characterization of Cu5V2O10.CuCl2 Drug Targeting Mathieu Bosch, University of Houston Christie Rodriguez, University of Puerto Rico Tripod 35 Side C Utilizing Sulfonic Acids to Control [2+2] Photocycloaddition Tripod 14 Side B Surface Finish Analysis of Surgical Tools Created by Direct Metal Reactions in the Organic Solid State Laser Sintering and Subtractive Manufacturing Cody Gass, Eastern Illinois University Warren Ragland, Marquette University Tripod 36 Side A Ultrafast HPLC Separations Teaching Activity for Undergraduate Tripod 14 Side C Real Time Health Monitoring of Vibrating Structures through Laboratories Continuous Nonlinear Parametric Estimation Trandon Bender, Jenacee Booth, Weber State University Nicholas Etzel, University of Portland Tripod 36 Side B Synthesis of a 1,2-Amino Alcohol using Catalyzed Ring Opening of Tripod 15 Side A Prioritization of Non-Urgent Repairs on Long Span Bridges Epoxides and its Usefulness as an Intermediate in Drug Synthesis Delia Votsch, Drexel University Danelle Rolle, College of Saint Benedict

Tripod 36 Side C Tripod 15 Side B Pitot Pressure and Heat Flux Measurement Using a Calorimeter for Dirty Duwamish: Developing Methods for Investigating an Inductively Coupled Plasma Torch Testing Facility Concentrations of Pyrethroid Pesticides in the Duwamish River Jonathan Giannino, Norwich University Ecosystem John Berude, Seattle University

139 Poster Session 7: Friday 1:10-2:30

Tripod 15 Side C Tripod 21 Side C Optimal Blade Design and Configuration of Vertical Axis Wind Parietal Modulation of Working Memory in Children with Fetal Turbines to Help Improve Efficiency Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Erin Villeneuve, Union College Rohan Bhalla, Wayne State University

Tripod 16 Side A Tripod 22 Side A Nucleate Pool Boiling in Microgravity: An Application Approach When a Fire Leads to a Drink: Enhancement of Alcohol-Seeking by Ryan Martineau, Utah State University Microinjections of Nicotine Directly into the Reward Neurocircuitry Daniel Popoola, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Tripod 16 Side B Modeling of Chicken Meat Blade Cutting using Finite Element Method Tripod 22 Side B Yan Zhuang, University of Minnesota-Duluth Determining Morphology of Interneurons Affected by Amyloid Plaque Pathology in APP/PS1 Mice, a Model of Memory Loss in Tripod 16 Side C Alzheimer’s Disease Micro-Hydropower System Jon Berridge, University of Houston Kyle Fleszewski, Norwich University Tripod 22 Side C Characterization of the Novel Polyglutamine Protein FAM171B Gerontology Han Lee, Minnesota State University-Mankato Tripod 100 Side A The Impact of Family Support on Seniors’ Physical and Emotional Well-being in the Hispanic Community of Sweetwater Physics Zaimat Beiro, Florida International University Tripod 7 Side A Using Optical Physics Theory to Develop Creative Photography Representing Optical Phenomena Neuroscience Erkan Gulturk, Bridgewater State University Tripod 19 Side A Genetic Variance and Conditioned Flavor Preferences in Inbred Tripod 7 Side B Mouse Strains The Effect of Acceleration on Nucleate Boiling and Bubble Departure Yakov Yakubov, City University of New York Dynamics in Microgravity Jenica Sparrow, Landon Hillyard, Utah State University Tripod 19 Side B A Zebrafish Model for Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinoses: A Palmitoyl- Tripod 7 Side C Protein Thioesterase-2 Knockdown Approach The Design and Study of Cherenkov Detectors in an Electron-Ion Nella Delva, Barry University Collider Zakary Burkley, Westminster College Tripod 19 Side C Environmental Enrichment Impacts Object Exploration and Tripod 8 Side A Preference Simulation Chamber for Space Environment Survivability Testing Rawley Eichorst, Appalachian State University Lisa Montierth, Robert Johnson, Utah State University

Tripod 20 Side A Tripod 8 Side B Investigations of Real-Time Attention Allocation in Task Switching Sensing Multivalent Ions with Lysenin Channels Lindsay Helm, Westminster College Clinton Robertson, Boise State University

Tripod 20 Side B Tripod 8 Side C Impairment of Dendritic Complexity in a Mouse Model of Rett Searching for Organics in Star-Forming Regions Syndrome: Testing a Novel BDNF Mimetic for Its Reversal Tran Tin, San Jose State University Hamza Arshad, at Little Rock Tripod 9 Side A Tripod 20 Side C Reconfiguration of the Receiver System for Sodium Doppler Wind/ Roles of Thalamocortical Axons in the Area Formation of the Temperature Lidar Neocortex Vardan Semerjyan, Utah State University Yew Ei Tan, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Tripod 9 Side B Tripod 21 Side A Photolithography of Quantum Dots in Polymer Layers Biobehavioral Alleviation of Induced Hemiparkinson’s using Brian Hubbard, University of West Georgia Neurogenic Stem Cells Wesley Goodman-Levy, Occidental College Tripod 9 Side C N-Body Computational Simulations of Dust Cloud Agglomeration in Tripod 21 Side B Early System Gas Giant Formation Characterization of Downstream Effectors Mediating Cut Ian Sohl, Weber State University Transcriptional Regulation of Class-Specific Dendrite Morphogenesis Luis Sullivan, Eswar Iyer, Madhu Karamsetty, George Mason Tripod 10 Side A University Micrometeoroid from MISSE Examined to Understand the Effects of the Space Environment on Space Suit Materials Kelby Peterson, Utah State University

140 Poster Session 7: Friday 1:10-2:30

Tripod 10 Side B Tripod 6 Side A Measurement of Stratospheric ozone and Ozone Depleting Gases Analysis of the Voting Patterns of U.S. Supreme Court Justices on the Rosana Baldraco, Weber State University Free Exercise Clause of Religion Carlin Bunting, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Tripod 10 Side C Low-Cost UV Detector Based on Polymer via Solution Processing Tripod 6 Side B Esther Machado, University of West Georgia An Investigation into the Political Factors Affecting Sovereign Debt Sustainability and Creditworthiness Tripod 11 Side A Christopher Chidzik, Susquehanna University Long-Term Structural Change in Plasmid DNA Reilly Clark, Boise State University Tripod 6 Side C A Comparison of Urban and Rural Values on Animal Agriculture Tripod 11 Side B Jayne Dalton, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Global Profiles of ULF Wave Power in the Quiet-Time Magnetosphere Zily Burstein, Alexander Garoutte, Loyola Marymount University Psychology Tripod 11 Side C Tripod 27 Side A The Design of Product Comparison Tables and Its Effects on Decision Flow Rate and Filter Efficacy Analysis for Stratospheric Particulate Making Sample Return Mission Michael Lee, Randy Hukle, Tyler Patrick, Natasha Barnes, Rosanna Shane York, Weber State University Smith, Nichole Cooper, University of Kentucky Tripod 12 Side C Using X-ray Fluorescence to Measure Concentration of Lead in Bones Tripod 27 Side B Personality and Self Perception Derek Haws, Weber State University Rebecca Stacy, Adelphi University

Political Science Tripod 27 Side C Tripod 3 Side A Impact of Fear and Disgust on Object Perception Where and When Do Public Preferences Matter? Examining Policy Rachel Anderson, Hamline University Responsiveness across Regime Type Jesse Rakoske, University of Rochester Tripod 28 Side A Hemispheric Asymmetries in Antipriming and Object Similarity Tripod 3 Side B Joanna Trask, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities What is Preventing Geothermal Energy Development in the Western United States? Tripod 28 Side B Lauren Seymour, University of Nevada-Reno Girly Girls and Math: Feminine Women and Stereotype Threat in the Domain of Mathematics Tripod 4 Side A Alexandra Lipinski, Hamline University-St. Paul UWRF International Terrorism and Domestic Policy Survey 2011- 2012 Tripod 28 Side C Michael Ritter, Alicia Carlson, Erynn Delahousaye, Christina Gender Bias is here to Stay: Investigating How Subtle Changes in Zimmerman, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Language Can Influence Gender Stereotyped Occupations Emily Coon, Minnesota State University-Mankato Tripod 4 Side B The Role of Public Opinion in Shaping Health Policy: Evidence from a Tripod 29 Side A Survey Experiment Exchange of Sexually Explicit Content with Cell Phones and Age Leah Gregorio, University of Rochester Influence Impressions of an Adult Female and a Juvenile Male Involved in a Fictional Sexual Relationship Tripod 4 Side C Sandra Bertoty, Felicia Myers, Endinboro University of Pennsylvania The Role of Natural Resources, Strategic Assets, and Human Rights in U.S. Foreign Assistance Allocation Tripod 29 Side B Naomi McMillen, University of Washington-Seattle Does Ethnic Identity Moderate the Effects of Discrimination on Social Trust Tripod 5 Side A Kristina Oldroyd, University of Utah Rethinking Separatist Tendencies in the Middle East: The Power of Negative Case Methodology Tripod 29 Side C Anna Collins, Cornell University Examining Consumer Race, Gender, and Age Differences in Hope and Recovery through NAMI’s In Our Own Voice Program Tripod 5 Side B Charmayne Duerson, Indiana University-Purdue University From Hide and Seek to Effective Democracy: The Importance of Indianapolis Playfulness in Promoting American Democracy John Lynch, Hendrix College Tripod 30 Side A Emerging Adults’ Plans for Work and Family Tripod 5 Side C Danielle Ryan, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Dominant Discourse Andrew Chimka, University of Michigan Tripod 30 Side B Assessing the Effectiveness of an After-School Program on Student Academic Success in Grades 4-8 Autumn Sanderson, Taylor Degen, Black Hills State University 141 Poster Session 7: Friday 1:10-2:30

Tripod 30 Side C Does My Entourage of the Opposite Sex Make Me More Attractive? Kori Hague, Kristiana Knudsen, Black Hills State University Social Work Tripod 1 Side A Level III and IV Residential Group Homes: Cost-Effective Care for High Risk Adolescents Kristen Van Fleet, Elon University

Tripod 1 Side B Measuring Stress, Marital Status, and Well-Being among Utah’s EMS Professionals Melissa Keil-Pierce, Kasandra Walker, Shayla Doty, Laurie Mohlman, Frank Corbin, Utah Valley University

Tripod 1 Side C Perceptions of Health-related Family Quality of Life among Breast Cancer Survivors with Radiation Induced Brachial Plexopathy Anjana Jagpal, Miami University

Tripod 2 Side A Predictors of Attitudes towards Older Adults among Chinese College Students Deana Andradae, Bridgewater State University

Tripod 2 Side B Reaching Successful Futures: An Evaluation of Minnesota’s Education and Training Vouchers Program Larissa Peyton, University of St. Thomas

Tripod 2 Side C Perceptions of Health-related Family Quality of Life among Female Breast Cancer Survivors Antoinette Lentz, Paige Murtagh, Anjana Jagpal, Marilyn Rush- Ossenbeck, Erika Strong, Mallory Waters, Miami University

Tripod 100 Side B An Evaluation of the Milk and Medicine Feeding Program David Blystra, Hope College

Tripod 100 Side C Gender and Perspectives on Elderly Care in China Stefanie Carreiro, Bridgewater State University

Tripod 100 Side D Gender Differences among Combat Veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Julie Boucher, Bridgewater State University

Tripod 101 Side D Globalization and its Effect on Chinese College Students’ Perspectives on Elder Care Juliann Manning, Bridgewater State University

142 Poster Session 8: Friday 2:40-4:00

Architecture & Interior Design Tripod 15 Side B Survey of Erwinia amylovora, Causal Agent of Fire Blight, from Tripod 1 Side A Apple and Pear Orchards in Utah for Streptomycin Resistance Pluralist Socio-Economic Model for a Postmodern Society Christine Dhiman, Utah State University Ricardo Montoya, Oklahoma State University Tripod 15 Side C Tripod 1 Side B MLDS induced Type 1 Diabetes and the Role of miR-155 in The Annex Revamp at the University of Utah Autoimmune Destruction of the Islet Beta-Cells Stephanie Fredsall, Weber State University Fatima Fahs, Wayne State University

Tripod 1 Side C Tripod 16 Side A The Growing Need for Aging in Place Facilities Identifying Mycobacteriophage: DNA Primer Design for Phage Amanda Nielson, Weber State University Clusters Lauren Mordukhaev, Lauren Esposito, Adelphi University Tripod 2 Side A Vaulting Systems of Gothic Cathedrals Tripod 16 Side B Amanda Marcott, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Identification of Enzymes Catalyzing Redox Cycling, Causing Oxidative Stress and Damaging Mitochondria Tripod 2 Side B Kiran Sebastian, Wayne State University Understanding the Impact of Digital Technology on the Design of Systems Tripod 16 Side C Sebastian Marquez, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Identifying if the Two-Component Regulatory System PhoP/PhoQ Promotes Virulence of the Plant Pathogen DC3000 Tripod 2 Side C Tyler Wernecke, Elmhurst University The Supporting Needs of People in Weight-Loss Facilities Meg Bacon, Weber State University Tripod 17 Side A How are Microbial Rhizosphere Communities Affected by Water Tripod 100 Side A Availability? Musi-Tecture: Using Correlations between Music and Architecture to Andrew Belus, Northern Arizona University Explore New Creative Processes and Inspiration Madison Gabig, Montana State University-Bozeman Tripod 17 Side B Genetic Analysis of Lyme Disease Tripod 100 Side B Heydon Kaddas, University of Utah Interior Design: Single-Family Community Living and Growing Center Tripod 17 Side C Amanda Boothe, Weber State University The Effect of the Relationship between Captive Marine Mammals and Trainers on Marine Mammal Training Tripod 100 Side C Kimberly Hulbert, United States Coast Guard Academy Healthy Living Community Center Amanda Villalobos, Weber State University Tripod 18 Side A Outcrossing Study and Heterozygosity-Hunt Study in Cheatgrass Tripod 100 Side D Sudeep Ghimire, Samuel Decker, Brigham Young University Connecting Contemporary and Ancient Design Through the Studies of Perpetual Motion Tripod 18 Side B Megan Freeman, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Hardware and Software Optimization for an open Source Autonomous In Situ Water Sampler Biology David DeFilippis, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Tripod 14 Side A Tripod 18 Side C Effect of Glyphosate on the Artemia Development of Non-Invasive Protein Probes to Measure Ca2+ in the Crystal Funk, Weber State University Chloroplast Stroma and Thylakoid Lumen Ariam TecleMariam, Gonzaga University Tripod 14 Side B Cataloging Macrofungal Distribution along a Small-Scale Elevational Tripod 39 Side B Gradient in the Uinta Mountain Range Detection of OTK18 via Immunoprecipitation Jace Van Leer, Weber State University Samantha Mitchell, University of Nebraska-Kearney

Tripod 14 Side C Tripod 39 Side C Capitol Reef Field Station Vegetation Research Project Do Sub-Lethal Levels of Nanoparticles Affect Production of Antibiotic Nicholas Alvarado, Utah Valley University Phenazines by Pseudomonas chlororaphis O6? Jordan Goodman, Utah State University Tripod 15 Side A The Overlapping Functions of the Matricellular Proteins CCN1 and Tripod 40 Side A CCN2 during Long Bone Formation Effects of Green Tea in Cells Exposed to Febrile Range Temperatures Jessica Ong, University of California-Los Angeles Samantha Dizon, Loyola University

143 Poster Session 8: Friday 2:40-4:00

Tripod 40 Side B Tripod 25 Side A Effects of River Input and Hydrodynamics on Near-Shore Silicate Identification and Localization of RhC in the Gills of the Atlantic Dynamics in Lake Michigan Hagfish Kolin Konjura, Ian DeTuncq, Sehar Fatima, University of Wisconsin- Margaret Pray, Appalachian State University Milwaukee Tripod 25 Side B Tripod 40 Side C Generation and Characterization of Dopamine Producing Neurons Drosophila melanogaster Nora Virus Cross-Infectivy of Novel Hosts Linh Huynh, University of Utah Kellie Licking, University of Nebraska-Kearney Tripod 25 Side C Tripod 102 Side B Diepoxybutane Induces Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress Response and Evolution on the Wing: 3D Printing as an Affordable Way to Rapidly Activates Caspase 4 in Exposed Human Lymphoblasts Build Scientific Instrumentation Rashida Whitener, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State Christine Sikes, University of Houston University

Tripod 102 Side C Tripod 26 Side A Expression and Characterization of a Mutant of the Lipin Homolog Correlation of Serum Thyroid Hormone Concentration and TbLpn in Trypanosoma Brucei Mobilization of Free Fatty Acids in a Natural Model of Mammalian Amber Karpie, State University of New York-Brockport Obesity Nicholas Hess, University of Minnesota-Duluth Tripod 102 Side D Incidences of Mammal Admission to an Urban Wildlife Rehabilitation Tripod 26 Side B Center Characterization of Dar1 Interacting Proteins Essential for Cassandra Saunders, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Differential Cellular Localization and Regulation of Class-Specific Dendrite Development Tripod 103 Side A Myurajan Rubaharan, George Mason University Magnitude of Induced Defense in Heterospecific Prunus Plants John Dryburgh, Susquehanna University Tripod 26 Side C Are the “Wings” of zic1 Expression a Part of the Premigratory Neural Tripod 103 Side B Crest? Morphological Characterization of Transgenic Mice Hearts Carla Hutson, Montana State University-Bozeman Jennifer Heibel, Minnesota State University-Mankato Chemistry Tripod 103 Side C Pathological Effects of Sphaeridiotrema globulus and Cyanthocotyle Tripod 31 Side A Production of the Industrial Feedstock Chemical HMF from Algae bushiensis on Birds in Upper Midwestern Minnesota Jonathan Gish, Utah State University Christina Mangan, Minnesota State University-Mankato

Tripod 103 Side D Tripod 31 Side B Organocatalysts Supported on Gold Nanoparticles Effect of Human Tau on Neurons in Zebrafish Alejandro Pinedo, University of Nebraska-Kearney Keighla Mueller, Joshua Parr, Brittany Suttner, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Tripod 31 Side C Nitrate and Phosphate Runoff Effects on Aquatic Ecosystems Cell & Molecular Biology Curtis Blaser, Appalachian State University Tripod 23 Side A Determining Nucleosome Positioning in Varying Developmental Tripod 32 Side A Stages of Caenorhabditis elegans Matrix Isolation of Copper Naphthalene Kellie Bollenbach, Brigham Young University Phil Kyles, Eastern Kentucky University

Tripod 23 Side B Tripod 32 Side B Differentiation of Insulin-Producing Cell Clusters from Mouse Effects of Monofluorinated Phospholipids on the Phase Behavior of Embryonic Stem Cells Different Chain Length Phosphatidylcholines Christa Caneda, University of California-Merced Brenton Yuen, Occidental College

Tripod 23 Side C Tripod 32 Side C Effects of the Culturing Process on the Gene Expression of Cultured Investigation of Cobaloximes Using Linked Dioximes DRGs Zach Gilbert, Appalachian State University Kyoungsun Rha, University of Utah Tripod 33 Side A Tripod 24 Side A Identification of Hydrocarbons in Water by Fluorescence Effects on Longevity of Drosophila melanogaster After Using Spectrophotometry Mutational Insertions to Knock-out Genes Merima Beganovic, Westminster College Rachel Hall, University of Nebraska-Kearney Tripod 33 Side B Tripod 24 Side B Development of Luminescence Lanthanide ß-diketonate Complexes Engineering T7 Double Deletion Lacking Gene Product 4 (gp4) and with 2,4,6-tri(2-pyridyl)-1,3,5-Triazine Ligand for Potential Gene Product 2.5 (gp2.5) Biological Imaging Ankita Tandon, Bridgewater State University Alexandra Dougherty, Western Carolina University 144 Poster Session 8: Friday 2:40-4:00

Communications Tripod 33 Side C Expression of the Organic Anion Transporter and Interacting Tripod 3 Side A Proteins in Caenorhabditis elegans Relationships and Self-Disclosure: Self-Disclosure Must be within Ellie McCabe, Appalachian State University Latitudes of Acceptance Cindy Jones, Weber State University Tripod 34 Side A Fragment Construction for Bottom-up Synthesis of Functionalized Tripod 3 Side B Graphene Nanoribbons Parasocial Interactions between Audience Members & Live Musical Matthew Birnbaum, Emory University Performers on the Impact of Audience Satisfaction Mackenzie Hautala, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Tripod 34 Side B Direct Determination of Iron in Whole Blood by X-Ray Fluorescence Tripod 3 Side C Shalease Adams, Shenelle Kleyn, R. Devin Roane, Weber State Insulin Misuse in Patients with Type 1 Diabetes University Mallory Piggott, Bridgewater State University

Tripod 34 Side C Tripod 4 Side A Cooperative Effects in the Mechanism of Friedel-Crafts Reactions Texting and Parent-Child Relationships during the College Transition Samuel Danforth, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Aiyana Bloome, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Tripod 35 Side A Tripod 4 Side B Progress towards the Syntheses of the ß2-bis Ornithine and the a-bis Telemedicine and Oncology: A Study in the Effectiveness of Cancer Ornithine Amino Acids Support through Social Media Dominique Kunciw, Salisbury University Carissa Hilliard, Elon University

Tripod 35 Side B Tripod 4 Side C Effect of Bulk Condensed-Phase Environments on the Structural Teen Magazine Analysis Properties of FCH2CN-BF3 and ClCH2CN-BF3 Arlinda Bajrami, North Central College Amanda Buchberger, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Tripod 101 Side A Tripod 35 Side C Gender Mediated Communication and Message Design Logics Utah Mushroom Survey: Searching for New Antibiotics in the James Vair, Concordia College-Moorhead MN Wasatch Backcountry William Madsen, Utah Valley University Tripod 101 Side B Cognitive and Emotional Processing of Music Tripod 36 Side B Rachel Bottlinger, Texas Tech University Synthesis of Compounds Targeting Type 1 Myotonic Dystrophy Jessica Colorado, University of Rochester Tripod 101 Side C Blame it on the Brain?: A Content Analysis of Media Frames of Tripod 36 Side C Mental Health Issues in the Dr. Phil Mommy Confessions Adoption Expression and Purification of CXCL5, the Causative Agent behind a Incident Sunburn’s Pain Jodi Bean, Utah Valley University Emily Lackner, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Tripod 101 Side D Tripod 37 Side A An Illustration of British Imperialism through ‘Times’ Newspapers Thermostability Determination of Antibiotics at High Temperatures Kelsey Greene, Ithaca College by Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry Andrea Eisenhart, Nikolette Disso, Gannon University History Tripod 5 Side A Tripod 37 Side B University of Evansville Veterans: Civil War to Afghanistan and Iraq The 1,2-Interchange of F and Cl Interconverting CH2FCD2Cl and Elizabeth Bostelman, University of Evansville CH2ClCD2F Mary Tucker, University of North Carolina-Asheville Tripod 5 Side B Proud to Be an American: Perceptions of American Patriotism from Tripod 37 Side C 1945-2009 in United States of America The Synthesis and Reactivity of Novel Triple-Layer Bimetallic Timothy Boyer, Brigham Young University Complexes Sonam Ghag, Seattle University Tripod 5 Side C Major Taylor Races at the Salt Palace Tripod 38 Side A Benjamin Behrmann, University of Utah A Streamlined Synthesis of Gramines Sarah Oehm, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Tripod 6 Side A Life Experiences Impacting Hmong Attending Four-Year Universities Tripod 38 Side B Choua Khang, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Detecting Trace Amounts of Environmental Pollutants by Fluorescence Spectroscopy Andrew Knight, Luther College

145 Poster Session 8: Friday 2:40-4:00

Tripod 6 Side B Tripod 21 Side C Faithful Harry and the Reformation: Evaluating Events Leading to Testing D1 Dopamine Receptors and Glutamate Combined Effects on Henry VIII’s Excommunication Brain Stimulation Reward in the Extended Amygdala Samantha Lack, Lubbock Christian University Michele Stoehr, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

Tripod 6 Side C Tripod 22 Side A Dissecting Mencken: An Analysis of H. L. Mencken’s Scopes Trial Dorsal Anterior Cingulate Modulation of Fronto-Parietal Cortex Editorials during Sustained Attention Increases with Age in Young Children Kate Best, Westminster College with ADHD: Evidence of Inefficient Network Interactions Carol Noronha, Wayne State University Tripod 7 Side A Cloak and Dagger Empire: Press Reporting on U.S. Covert Tripod 22 Side B Intervention in the Middle East and Central America during the Determining the Structure of a Channel Implicated in Parkinson’s 1950s Disease Jason Parry, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Lindsey Daudt, Jessica Roberts, Idaho State University

Tripod 7 Side B Tripod 22 Side C Alabama in the Reconstruction Era Does Insect Flight Stabilization Depend on Apparent Distances in Charlotte Sivanich, Thomas Hegland, Eric King, Saint Olaf College Optic Flow? Stephanie Cabrera, Florida International University Tripod 7 Side C A Matter of Perspective: British Education on the American Revolution Psychology Devon Zimmerman, Brigham Young University Tripod 27 Side A Machiavellianism and Competition in Friendship: is Self-Disclosure Tripod 8 Side A Used as a Manipulation Strategy? Loren Abell, University of Central Lancashire A Glimpse into the Mind of the Late Eighteenth Century American Traveler: Travel Literature Illustrates a National History and Identity Tripod 27 Side B Jessie Foertsch, Westminster College Personality, Depression and Social Support as Modulators of Self- reported and Physiological Stress Responses to a Strenuous Fire- Fighting Exercise Neuroscience Kate Sheals, University of Central Lancashire Tripod 19 Side A Neuron Incorporation in the Song Motor Pathway is Associated with Tripod 27 Side C Song Motor Pattern Stability after Deafening in the Adult Zebra Is Ignorance Really Bliss? Recognition of Gender Microaggressions Finch and Its relationships with Body Image, Self-esteem, and Ambivalent Shoshana Korman, Macaulay Honors College at Queens College- Sexism CUNY Alexandra Lenzen, College of Saint Benedict

Tripod 19 Side B Tripod 28 Side A Effects of Environmental Enrichment on Rat Behavior in the Open In One Ear and Out the Other: The Correction of Psychology Field Test Misconceptions and Our Mind’s Resistance to It Timothy Hines, Appalachian State University Sam Erickson, Minnesota State University-Mankato

Tripod 19 Side C Tripod 28 Side B Investigation of Music as Environmental Enrichment in the I’d Rather You Kill Someone: Fatal H1N1 Transmission Perceived Cuprizone Mouse Model of Demyelination and Remyelination More Favorably than Non-Fatal STI Transmission Nathalie Fida Lassang, Concordia College-Moorhead MN Lane Nesbitt, University of Michigan

Tripod 20 Side A Tripod 28 Side C Neural Correlates of Rejection Sensitivity within Peer Interactions in Generational Status, Sexual Behavior and Alcohol Use among Adolescents with Major Depressive Disorder College Students Olga Melendez-Fernandez, University of Puerto Rico Efren Velazquez, Boise State University

Tripod 20 Side B Tripod 29 Side A Oxidative Stress of KV2.1 Provides Mechanism to Alzheimer’s An Outcome Evaluation of the South Dakota Daycare Assistance Disease Program Joseph Leveille, College of St. Scholastica Abigail Gansen, Black Hills State University

Tripod 20 Side C Tripod 29 Side B An Evaluation of an Auditory Neurophysiological Model Effects of Environmental Cues on Safety Percpetion Alysha Waters, Utah State University Kirsty Kulhanek, University of Nebraska-Kearney

Tripod 21 Side A Tripod 29 Side C Building New Memories: The Role of Hippocampal Cortactin in Expanded Retrieval and Word Learning: An Optimal Time Schedule Learning and Memory Formation for Word Learning Anna Ingebretson, Concordia College-Moorhead MN Karla Rivera-Torres, Barry University

146 Poster Session 8: Friday 2:40-4:00

Tripod 30 Side A Effects of Motivational Music on Athletic Performance Possible Poster Session 9 for Frank Menchavez, Dominican University of California late registrants to be announced. Tripod 30 Side B Coping in College: A Study of Alcohol Use and Social Anxiety in Please consult the online schedule College Students Alison Ballantyne, University of Rochester for details. Tripod 30 Side C Do Teacher’s Perceptions about Students with EBD Begin during their College Education? Amber Schramm, Grace Cimino, Minnesota West Community & Technical College

147 Poster Session 10: Saturday 8:30-9:50

Anthropology & Archaeology Tripod 16 Side A Employing Functional Genomics to Identify Novel Genes that Play a Tripod 6 Side B Role in High Light Sensitivity Intermarriage between Arabs and Ajam in Emirati Society Kathryn Lankford, Darryel Wilson, University of West Georgia Hessa Juma, Zayed University Tripod 37 Side B Tripod 6 Side C Expression of Transmembrane Receptors in Stem Cell-Derived You Are What You Eat: Creating New Order Amish Identity through Neurons Food Practices See Yang, Irina Meholick, Dominican University of California Hillary Laga, Brigham Young University Tripod 37 Side C Architecture & Interior Design Distribution of Molecular Metabolite Receptors on DRGs in Mice Tripod 7 Side A Christopher Osborn, University of Utah Creating Effective Interior Environments Rachel Bergeson, Weber State University Tripod 39 Side A An Investigation of SOX and FBN Gene Expression in Costal Cartilage of Chest Wall Deformities Art & Art History Julianna Pryor, Old Dominican University Tripod 7 Side B Establishing a System of Green Sand Casting at Missouri Western Tripod 103 Side A State University Differential Processing of SP-B in Hypoxic versus Normoxic Vicotia Christgen, Missouri Western State College Conditions Stephanie Cabrera, Florida International University Biochemistry Tripod 5 Side B Chemical Engineering Implementing UV/Vis Spectroscopy to Analyze the Function of Tripod 4 Side A Enzymes Ubiquitous in Aerobic Organisms Morphology of Colliding Aerosol Particle Agglomerates Justin Puckett, University of West Georgia Suhrid Deshmukh, University of Minnesota

Tripod 6 Side A Tripod 4 Side B Inhibition of Glutaminase in Cancer Cell Metabolism Microdroplet Generation of Alternative Liquid Fuels for Combustion Leah Graham, Ithaca College in a Drop-Tube Furnace Stephen Giles, Auburn University

Cell & Molecular Biology Tripod 4 Side C Tripod 7 Side C Esterification of Free-Fatty-Acids to Biodiesel in a Bubble Column A Distinct Microbial Community in the Vermont Asbestos Group Mine Reactor Pit Pond Colin Stacy, Drexel University Erika English, Jaclyn Baker, Johnson State College Tripod 5 Side C Tripod 8 Side A Effect of pH on Bioaccumulation of Aqueous Lead in Microalgae TCTP as a Regulator of Rheb: Impact on mTOR Signaling Jesse Hunter, University of Minnesota-Duluth Jessica Cortez, Mary Grabiak, California State University-Channel Islands Chemistry Tripod 13 Side A Tripod 5 Side A Evaluation of Rapid Bacteriological Analytical Methods for Use as Electrochemical Investigation of 4-Fluoroanisole Fecal Indicators of Beach Contamination Andrew Larson, University of South Dakota Jennifer Creekmur, Technical College Tripod 39 Side B Tripod 14 Side A The Synthesis of Chrysin and Coumarin Derivatives Aggregation of ALS-Linked SOD-YFP in NSC 34 Cells and Natalie Huss, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Differentiation of ES Cells from Mouse SOD-YFP Mutant into Motor Neurons Tripod 39 Side C Nicolas Contreras, Gonzaga University Synthesis toward a Molecular Basket Michael Baumann, Eastern Illinois University Tripod 14 Side B Apoptosis in Human Fibroblasts Exposed to Low Frequency Tripod 40 Side A Electromagnetic Fields Novel Immobilization and Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles in Fiber- Samuel Bartlett, Weber State University Optic Capillary Waveguides Beasley Lauren, Nicholas Savas, Kennesaw State University Tripod 14 Side C The Regulation of Key Biomarkers in the Pathogenesis and Tripod 40 Side B Progression of Osteoarthritis Dilution of a Solution Could Produce Even More Pollution Justin Larkin, Brigham Young University Daniel Barry, University of Montana

148 Poster Session 10: Saturday 8:30-9:50

Tripod 40 Side C Health Sciences & Public Health Analysis of Chelated Minerals by FTIR Microscopy Nicholas Smith, Weber State University Tripod 12 Side B Can Blue Cross/Blue Shield Insurance be Understood? Alicia Lehr, Nichole Nadeo, Michelle Nagy, Hillary Rodenz, Computer Science Merissa Taylor, Heather Ricci, Robert McCullough, Merisa Taylor, Tripod 8 Side B Westmoreland County Community College An Open Cloud-Based Informatics Platform for Integrated Teaching and Data Exploration Tripod 12 Side C Clayton Turner, College of Charleston Effects of Weight Resistance Training and Manual Resistance Training on U.S. Army Physical Fitness Test Performance Tripod 8 Side C Osa Donovan, Brittany Hodkinson, Gustavus Adolphus College Intelligent Load Management System Alexander Farmer, Blake Rulison, United States Military Academy Tripod 17 Side A Can United States Health Care Insurance Be Understood? Tripod 13 Side B Katie Thomas, Michelle Clemens, Bonnie Koerber, Chelsea Koerber, Samantha Lantz, Bradley Weyandt, Westmoreland County Teleoperated Robot Community College Joseph Walker, Utah Valley University Tripod 30 Side C Criminology An Investigation into the Use of Gaming for Oral Hygiene Education Tripod 13 Side C Ashley Nelson, Mollee Hardy, Kelsey Romph, Weber State University Visible and Infrared Microspectrometry of Ink and the Order of Deposition Where Lines Cross Meda Miller, Utah Valley University Kinesiology & Exercise Science Tripod 17 Side B Effects of Plyometric Training on Vertical Jump Performance in Education Female Collegiate Volleyball Athletes Tripod 16 Side B Kelsey Florian, Amanda Hanna, Gustavus Adolphus College Are Mathematics Teachers Qualified?: Perceptions of Educators Concerning the Michigan Merit Math Curriculum Tripod 17 Side C Marcy Blowers, Nydia Chavarria, Hope College The Physical and Psychological Effects of Music during the Bench Press Exercise Electrical Engineering Kyle Hunt, Meagan Houg, Gustavus Adolphus College Tripod 16 Side C Course Assistant for Visually Impaired Army Rowers Management James Hubbard, Daniel Burrow, United States Military Academy Tripod 10 Side A Professional Certifications in Supply Chain Management: Comparing Their Approaches and Bodies of Knowledge through Textual Analysis Engineering Jacob Pruett, Weber State University Tripod 9 Side A Autopilot Development for Use in UAS Research Shayne Chambers, Weber State University Mathematics Tripod 10 Side B Tripod 9 Side B Fair Division in Political Redistricting Gardening in Urban Soil Environments (Brownfields) Exposed to Lead Xiao Wang, Saint John’s University Contamination Cindy Khov, Hersy Enriquez, California State Polytechnic University-Pomona Microbiology & Immunology Tripod 10 Side C A Rapid PCR Based Assay for Determination of Serotype Specificity Environmental Studies & Sciences of Streptococcus mutans in Oral Samples Tripod 9 Side C Paule Boli, Rochester Institute of Technology The U.S. Naval Academy’s Arctic Ice Buoy at the NASA JPL BROMEX Arctic Field Campaign Tripod 35 Side C Kyle Crowder, United States Naval Academy Studying Host-Parasite Interactions of the Apicomplexan Parasite Neospora caninum with 3- Dimensional Cell Culture Techniques Geography & Earth Sciences Samuel Master, Jessica Olson, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Tripod 12 Side A Tree-ring Responses to the 1983 Borah Peak (ID) Earthquake and Neuroscience Co-seismic Debris Flow Tripod 34 Side C Douglas Metcalf, Brigham Young University Modulation of Melanopsin Signaling by ß-Arrestins Anna Johanson, Shannon Fast, Ellen Squires, Saint Olaf College

Tripod 37 Side A Glycosylation of Opioid Peptides: A Strategy for Developing Novel Treatments for Pain Lindsay St. Louis, University of New England

149 Poster Session 10: Saturday 8:30-9:50

Tripod 38 Side C Tripod 30 Side B The Impact of Acute Meditation on Cortisol levels in Healthy Adult Back to Reality: Effect of Reality Orientation on Minimizing Post- Males operative Delirium Kelley O’Keefe, Weber State University Yu Wu, Stephanie Kruse, Andrew Thomas, Christine Haas, Catherine Conniff, Minnesota State University-Mankato Tripod 38 Side A Fatty Acid Amide Hydrolase (FAAH) Inhibitors: Discovery in Lepidium Tripod 100 Side A meyenii (Maca) Extracts Sexual Assault in , Alaska Huyen Vu, Lawrence Gracz, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Sarah Pierro, Gustavus Adolphus University Health Sciences Tripod 100 Side B Tripod 38 Side B Adjuvant Therapy’s Influence on Hot Flashes among Women with Targets and Interactors of the Putative Phosphatase Paladin in Chick Breast Cancer Undergoing Acupuncture: A Secondary Analysis Neural Crest Development Hope Welz, University of Pittsburg School of Nursing Edward Stronge, University of Minnesota Tripod 100 Side C Assessing Nursing Students’ Knowledge Through the Use of High Nursing Fidelity Simulations Table 1 Side A Julie Emanuel, Courtney McNally, Stevenson University Effect of Telephone Adapted Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Fatigue in Kidney Transplant Candidates Tripod 100 Side D Zuzanna Kuchta, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities What Women in the United States Virgin Islands Still Want and Need to Know About HPV, Cervical Cancer and Condom Use Tripod 1 Side B Rebecca Meseret Muluken, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Exploration of Anxiety amongst Male Nursing Students Logan Becker, Elliott Herdina, Gustavus Adolphus College Tripod 101 Side A Blood Transfusion Simulation Evaluation of Student Learning Tripod 1 Side C Carol Luedeman, Northern Michigan University Exploration Regarding the Use of BRCA 1 & 2 Genetic Screening among Men and Women Tripod 101 Side B Amanda Woodhull, Gustavus Adolphus College Career Counseling: Right Nurse, Right Position Erin Eccles, Minnesota State University-Mankato Tripod 2 Side A Food Bank Outreach to Initiate Healthcare Contact Tripod 101 Side C Emilie Kuster, Montana State University-Bozeman Comfort Level of Nursing Students with Basic Nursing Skills Andrea Judd, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Tripod 2 Side B Health Related Quality of Life in Persons with Memory Loss and their Tripod 101 Side D Caregivers Creating a Tool to Describe Augmentative and Alternative Samantha Kuntz, University of Pittsburg School of Nursing Communication by Nonspeaking ICU Patients Rebecca Nock, University of Pittsburg School of Nursing Tripod 2 Side C Identifying Predictors of Failure to Rescue Tripod 103 Side C Kathryn Rose, Bonnie Evans, Michelle Schnathorst, Diana Bullough, Emergency Room Use in the Healthy Beginnings Program University of Utah John Vanderveen, Emily Staley, Angelina Matthews, Alexandra Egedy, Hope College Tripod 3 Side A Identifying SBAR Technique during Nurse-Physician Communication Tripod 103 Side D Using Simulation Nurse Patient Ratios with Post Gastric By-Pass Surgical Patients: Daniel Ruesch, University of Utah Medication Errors and Nurse Burnout Lori Veurink, April Fischer, Emma Lechtenberg, Michael Kaczmarek, Tripod 3 Side B Minnesota State University-Mankato Impact of a Value-Based Diabetes Management Program Kelsey Beabout, Hope College Physics Tripod 3 Side C Tripod 11 Side C Improving Quality of Care for Children with Autism Spectrum Computer Controls, Data Acquisition and Analysis for a Cavity Ring- Disorder in the Acute Care Setting using Simulation down Spectroscopy System for Dark Matter Experiments Janice Tembrina, Dominican University of California Dylon Kiley, Galacia Barton, Ryan Delzer, Dakota State University

Tripod 11 Side A Tripod 18 Side A Differences in mRNA in the Rat Placenta is Associated with Exposure Growing and Examining Optical and Structural Properties of Pure to Maternal Tobacco Smoke and Doped Triglycine Sulfate Crystal Blackburn, University of Utah Charmonix Williams, Jackson State University

Tripod 11 Side B Physical Touch in the Caring Perspective: An Examination of the Nurse-Patient Relationship Ashley Gabler-Colotti, Adelphi University 150 Poster Session 10: Saturday 8:30-9:50

Physiology Tripod 22 Side B Carer Health and Wellbeing Tripod 18 Side B Bethany Wilson, University of Central Lancashire Comparison of Four Rat Models in Diabetes and Renal Failure Research Anastasia Bhagat, Milwaukee Area Technical College Tripod 22 Side C Communication and Decision Making as Predictors of Martital Satisfaction Tripod 34 Side B Catherine Coppola, Westminster College Effect of Arsenic and Arsenic Metabolites on LTCC and BKCa Channel Expression and Activities in Vascular Smooth Muscle Kevin McPherson, University of Nevada-Reno Tripod 26 Side A Bittersweet Memories: Recalling Mixed Emotional Experiences Karalyn Enz, Lafayette College Psychology Tripod 15 Side A Tripod 26 Side B Breast Health among Ethnic Minority Women Classical Conditioning Blocking with Biologically Prepared Stimuli April Katsirubas, Kelly Merkel, Salisbury University Kimberly Lockwood, Occidental College

Tripod 18 Side C Tripod 26 Side C Effects of Perceived Stigma amongst Parents of Children with Cortisol Expression in Response to Timed Tests Mitochondrial Disease Ryan Stever, University of Minnesota-Duluth Olivia Bolner, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Tripod 35 Side A Tripod 19 Side A Migrational Disruptions in Dyad Developmental Relationships Analyzing Thematic Differences between Celebrity and Non- Weston Jenson, Kira Wallace, Westminster College Celebrity Twitter Posts Danielle Malone, Paul Wilson, Black Hills State University Tripod 36 Side A Parents of Children with Mitochondrial Disease: Disease Visibility, Tripod 19 Side B Depression, and Stigma Detecting Deception: Studying the Cues People Use to Distinguish Brittany Noyes, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts between Truth-Tellers and Liars Amber Schramm, Minnesota State University-Mankato Tripod 36 Side B The Impact of a Racially Stereotypical Name on Applicant Evaluation Tripod 19 Side C Gabriel Galdamez, Dominican University of California Cultural Event Attendance: A Qualitative Analysis of Impact Nicholas Talisman, Juniata College Tripod 36 Side C The Effect of Emotional Support on Depression, Co-Rumination, and Tripod 20 Side A Number of Message Board Posts in Mitochondrial Disease Support Assortative Friendship: Similarity between Female Same-Sex Friends Forum in Face and Body Attractiveness Emily Burke, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Katherine Quigley, Carolyn Kolb, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Sociology Tripod 20 Side B Athletic Experiences of Special Olympic Athletes Tripod 23 Side A Lauren Lund, Black Hills State University “Sanctioned Deviance:” A Critical Approach to the Sick Role and its Socioeconomic Influences Brittany Rubbico, Wittenberg University Tripod 20 Side C Child Psychology and Race in School Systems Katharine Wojcik, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Tripod 23 Side B “Rafaat Naa”: Gaging Wolof-Muslim Beauty in Senegalese Culture Raven Blye-Branch, Susquehanna University Tripod 21 Side A Cross Cultural Perceptions of Depression Cristal Solorzano, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Tripod 23 Side C The Role of Student Organizations on Hate Crime Reporting on College Campuses Tripod 21 Side B Reid Dickerson, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Demographic View of Pornography Viewing and Cheating With an Analysis of the Correlation Jessica Brown, Limestone College Tripod 24 Side A Active Social Pluralism: Community building among Cameroonian Immigrants Tripod 21 Side C Ellen Salmi, Villanova University Death Anxiety and Belief in an Afterlife in College Students Lyndsey Gianella, Juniata College Tripod 24 Side B The Relationship between Gender & Attitudes towards Cohabitation Tripod 22 Side A Christina Hall, University of Wisconsin-Stout Degree of Semantic Feature Overlap Increases the Recognition without Cued Recall (RWCR) Effect: Support for a Feature Matching Account of RWCR Samantha Wagner, University of Wisconsin-River Falls

151 Poster Session 10: Saturday 8:30-9:50

Tripod 24 Side C Tripod 31 Side B Women’s Experiences during Childbirth: Planned Home versus Lack of a Standard: An Investigation of Public School District Hospital Birth Bullying Policies Marla Kuchler, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Katherine Zeininger, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

Tripod 25 Side A Tripod 31 Side C Women in the Kitchen: Gendered Division of Household Chores as a Foster Mothers’ Perspective on Factors Affecting Positive Transitions Product of Socioeconomic Status for Foster Children Laci Quinn, Black Hills State University Jennifer Anagnos, University of Wisconsin-Stout

Tripod 25 Side B Tripod 32 Side A Visual Depictions of Contemporary Farm Life How Official Authorities Perceive Victims of Human Trafficking Kiley Kootz, Hamline University-St. Paul Liliya Veleva, Adelphi University

Tripod 25 Side C Tripod 32 Side B The Youth of the Occupy Movement: Intent vs. Impact Extra-Curricular Activities and Their Effect on College Preparation Cassandra Stevens, University of the Pacific Anthony Richardson, Jr. , University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

Tripod 27 Side A Tripod 32 Side C What is Sex? How Students in a Small Southern University Define Sex Body Objectification at Fraternity Houses Compared to National Studies Cassandra Seaman, Westminster College Jessica Trapp, Jenna Cordrey, Alyssa Gardner, Western Carolina University Tripod 33 Side A Do Teen Drinking Motives Differ According to Gender? Tripod 27 Side B Samantha Schneider, University of Wisconsin-Stout What Do Families Need for Stability in a Poor Economy? Mai Choua Vang, University of Wisconsin-Stout Tripod 33 Side B Adolescent Depression in Association with Various Substance Uses, Tripod 27 Side C Sexual Behaviors, and Sexual Behaviors under the Influence of a Walmart’s Urban Strategy: A Food Justice Analysis Substance Alana Hassan, Brooklyn College Kelly Smith, Black Hills State University

Tripod 28 Side A Tripod 33 Side C Tools of Construction: Pornography Websites and the Reification of Criminalization of Homelessness in Chester, PA Gendered Viewing Kristen Valosky, Villanova University Theresa Mendez, Wells College Tripod 34 Side A Tripod 28 Side B African American and Caucasian Mothers: A Bi-Racial Dilemma The Relationship between Gender & Perceived Cyber-Bullying Bridgette Jordan, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Behaviors Ashley Weibel, University of Wisconsin-Stout Theater/Drama Tripod 28 Side C Tripod 35 Side B The Impact of Barbershops in African American Communities Iridescence: the Lighting Design for Xanadu, A Musical Parody Trevon Tucker, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Austin Hill, Weber State University

Tripod 29 Side A Teen Moms & Educational Goals Rebecca Radle, Sara Xiong, University of Wisconsin-Stout

Tripod 29 Side B Don’t Text over the Filet Mignon: The Impact of Various Leisure Activities on Marital Satisfaction Gillian Farrell, Black Hills State University

Tripod 29 Side C Perception of Idealized Relationships among Young Adults Maryam Polley, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

Tripod 30 Side A Sexual Attitudes and Behaviors of the College Students Katrina Falconer, Westminster College

Tripod 31 Side A A Safe Space for Diversity? An Investigation of Experiences as LGBTQ and Allies at UW-Whitewater Ali Blanchard, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

152 Performing Arts Sessions

Thursday, March 29, 2012 Friday, March 30, 2012 Mixed Performing Arts Music 8:30-8:50 a.m., Browning Center 136 8:30-8:50, Browning Center 136 Group Creativity Cooperating Across Disciplines: A Weber State Informed Performance through Analysis: C.P.E. Bach’s Cello University Case Study Concerto in A Major WQ. 172 Brett Cragun, Weber State University Joshua Goldstein, Dan Collins, Elon University

8:50-9:10 a.m., Browning Center 136 8:50-9:10, Browning Center 136 Visual Artistic Influences on ’s Piano Music The Bill Evans Trio: A Stylistic Analysis and Application Lindsey Vickers, Appalachian State University Dan Collins, Bryan Zannotti, Andrew Steeno, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Music 9:10-9:30, Browning Center 136 9:10-9:30 a.m., Browning Center 136 Music for Percussion and Electroacoustic Sound, Utilizing Non- Boehm, Bozza, and the Alto Flute: An Arranging Project for Alto Flute Traditional Solo Instruments and Piano Nicholas Fox, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Zachary Meier, University of Minnesota-Duluth

9:30-9:50 a.m., Browning Center 136 Dance Historical and Cultural Context of Lutoslawski’s “Variations on a Theme 2:40-3:00, Browning Center 38 of Paganini” Symmetric Transformation Kristen Todd, Capital University Alicia Trump, Weber State University

Theater Saturday, March 31, 2012 1:10-1:30 p.m., Browning Center 113 Musicalizing the Mysteries Dance 8:50-9:10, Browning Center 38 Richard Rea, Weber State University Cognition: Intuition for Logical Processing in Choreography Chelsea Spraker, State University of New York-Brockport 1:30-1:50 p.m., Browning Center 113 Under the Circumstances: An Oulipian Exploration of the Rhetorical 9:30-9:50, Browning Center 38 Argument Aesop: An Exploration of Movement and Sound Katie Legner, Cassandra Nelson, Kyle Ryan, North Central College Meghan McGuire, State University of New York-Brockport

153 Visual Arts Sessions

Session 5: Friday 8:30 – 9:50 a.m. Session 7: Friday 1:10–2:30 p.m. 8:50 a.m. 1:10 p.m. Painting the “Self” Patric Bates, Utah Valley University Morgan Hobbs, University of Central Missouri

9:00 a.m. 1:20 p.m. Polarized Glass: Creating Abstract Sculptures Informed by the Stress Hollow Volumes: An Experiment in Communicating Contrast Properties in Glass Stephanie James, Bridgewater State University Bryan Beck, Jacksonville University 1:30 p.m. 9:10 a.m. Hybrids Untitled Holly Jarvis, Weber State University Dakota Bone, Weber State University 1:40 p.m. 9:20 a.m. Exploring How Death Supports Life through Intaglio Micro-Expressions Revealed: A Psychologically Inspired Study Kyle Kuss, University of Wisconsin-River Falls through Photographs Jesse Brantman, Jacksonville University 1:50 p.m. Sedimentary Drawing 9:30 a.m. Gretchen Larson, Weber State University Beauty through Chaos Natalie Clark, Xavier University 2:00 p.m. Process Film: A Cinematic Representation of Visuomotor Attention 9:40 a.m. James Lytle, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee The Grieving Heart Still Beats: A Series of Resin Figures Catherine Della Lucia, Xavier University 2:10 p.m. Untitled Session 6: Friday 11:40 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Jake Mcintire, University of Utah 11:40 a.m. 2:20 p.m. Born into Iniquity No Body Looks Like You Holly Duong, Weber State University Jesse Meadows, Florida International University 11:50 a.m. Headland Session 8: 2:40–4:00 p.m. Lauren Evans, University of Wisconsin-River Falls 2:40 p.m. Untitled 12:00 p.m. Devin Moody, Utah Valley University Branding the Band: Creating the Identity Design of the Polygons Erin Feldman, Jacksonville University 2:50 p.m. Plastic Gods 12:10 p.m. Sasha Patkin, Bard College Cerebral Cacophony Benjamin Finley, University of Wisconsin-River Falls 3:00 p.m. War Pigs 12:20 p.m. Giuseppe Pellicano, North Central College Ghetto Images of Texas Carey Francis, Weber State University 3:10 p.m. Weaving: A New Spin On an Old Technique 12:30 p.m. Abigail Potter, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Searching Through and Reaching Back Kenzie Hamblin, Westminster College 3:20 p.m. Value in Genes 12:40 p.m. Jamie Reeve, Weber State University Acceptance of the Body Rachel Hanson, University of Wisconsin-River Falls 3:30 p.m. Identity and Image 12:50 p.m. Michael Richards, Weber State University Layered Visions of Within and Beyond Valerie Herrero, California University of Pennsylvania 3:40 p.m. Viscera Alexander Schmidt

3:50 p.m. Building Images Daniel Smith, University of Georgia

154 Visual Arts Sessions

Session 9: 4:10–5:30 p.m. 4:10 p.m. In the Persuit of Self Erica Stearns, Weber State University

4:20 p.m. Untitled Lauren Stratton, Utah Valley University

4:30 p.m. Untitled Leslie Trimble, Weber State University

4:40 p.m. The Kenyan Spirit: An Exploration through Photographs Courtney Tyler, Lubbock Christian University

4:50 p.m. Life Scott Vadnais, University of Wisconsin-River Falls

5:00 p.m. The God Complex Sarah Vruwink, University of Wisconsin-River Falls

5:10 p.m. Beauty is Pain Nicole Woodruff, Weber State University

155 Index by Institution

A California State University-East Eastern Washington University Illinois College 63, 71 Abilene Christian University 81, Bay 68 55, 66, 70, 80, 81, 82, 84, 85, Indiana State University 130 85, 91, 103 California State University- 96, 102, 105, 115, 117, 126, Indiana University-Purdue Adelphi University 55, 67, 68, Fresno 72 127, 129, 133, 134 University Indianapolis 72, 74, 103, 104, 111, 113, 118, California University of Edinboro University of 103, 104, 109, 121, 136, 140, 119, 125, 132, 137, 141, 143, Pennsylvania 57, 75, 94, 130, Pennsylvania 59, 132 141 150, 152 154 Elmhurst College 70, 75, 76, Indiana University School of Albright College 61, 99 Capital University 58, 64, 65, 116, 128 Medicine 56, 63 Allegheny College 55, 60 66, 71, 72, 73, 82, 83, 89, 96, Elon University 55, 58, 60, 61, Ithaca College 58, 65, 66, 68, Alverno College 73 102, 119, 130, 137, 153 62, 63, 64, 68, 74, 79, 81, 82, 70, 74, 75, 81, 86, 87, 93, 96, American University 71, 77, 89, Carleton University 114 85, 86, 91, 92, 99, 100, 103, 98, 100, 102, 110, 111, 115, 100, 101 Case Western Reserve 113, 118, 119, 120, 126, 128, 125, 128, 133, 145, 148 Appalachian State University University 131 130, 131, 136, 142, 145, 153 58, 65, 72, 77, 79, 84, 101, Cedarville University 72, 90, Emory University 72, 145 J 109, 118, 129, 131, 133, 134, 101 Evergreen State College 90 Jackson State University 58, 62, 136, 138, 139, 140, 144, 145, Central Connecticut State 76, 89, 150 146, 153 University 57, 70, 80 F Jacksonville University 78, 90, Arizona State University-Tempe Cerritos College 65 Ferris State University 74 99, 101, 109, 112, 114, 122, 74 City College of New York 59, Fisk University 87, 103, 125, 154 Auburn University 56, 72, 84, 83, 89 129 James Madison University 62, 129, 136, 148 City University of New York 60, Florida International University 75, 79, 80, 103, 134, 136 Austin PEAY State University 140 60, 61, 63, 77, 83, 92, 95, 109, John Brown University 132 112 Claflin University 88, 118, 123, 111, 114, 119, 123, 136, 140, Johns Hopkins University 72, 128 146, 148, 154 78 Clemson University 61, 93, 123 Fordham University 68, 92, 98, Johnson State College 148 B Coastal Carolina University 88 Bard College 64, 154 109 Juniata College 65, 75, 79, 86, Colgate University 55, 60, 74, Fort Lewis College 103 92, 127, 136, 151 Bard College at Simons Rock 138 90, 92, 93, 98 Barry University 44, 55, 98, 110, Franklin and Marshall College College of Charleston 149 111, 118, 128, 132, 140, 146 61, 93, 99, 109 College of the Holy Cross 95 K Black Hills State University 56, College of New Jersey 72, 109 Kapiolani Community College 59, 63, 73, 78, 79, 82, 84, 98, College of Saint Benedict 57, G 56, 76, 99 103, 108, 110, 111, 116, 122, 59, 65, 83, 89, 127, 130, 138, Gannon University 139, 145 Kean University 78, 109, 125 125, 134, 138, 141, 142, 146, 139, 146 George Mason University 140, Kennesaw State University 122, 151, 152 College of St. Scholastica 146 144 148 Boise State University 59, 63, Concordia College-Moorhead Georgia Southern University 43 Kentucky State University 62, 64, 65, 66, 70, 73, 75, 78, 79, MN 87, 88, 92, 145, 146 Georgian Court University 83 63, 76 101, 107, 108, 112, 113, 121, Copper Mountain Community Gettysburg College 56, 73, 104, 125, 127, 134, 139, 140, 141, College 66, 85 Gonzaga University 112, 123, L 146 Cornell University 60, 90, 130, 143, 148 Lafayette College 57, 59, 62, Bowling Green State University 141 Grinnell College 104 63, 67, 68, 75, 82, 84, 88, 89, 90 CUNY Brooklyn College 70, 71 Guilford College 86 92, 93, 109, 127, 132, 135, Bridgewater State University Gustavus Adolphus College 151 58, 62, 66, 69, 73, 83, 88, 91, 109, 110, 114, 115, 121, 126, Lake Superior State University 93, 94, 96, 97, 99, 100, 101, D 135, 149, 150 110 102, 107, 108, 109, 110, 114, Dakota State University 93, 150 Langston University 108 116, 124, 131, 133, 135, 136, Dartmouth College 77 H LaSalle University 44, 111 137,138, 140, 142, 144, 145, Dixie State College of Utah 60, Hamline University 55, 57, 61, Lawrence University 74 154 62, 64, 67, 69, 71, 76, 78, 95, 62, 71, 72, 77, 79, 80, 82, 83, Lee College 69 Brigham Young University 55, 99, 100, 104, 116 84, 85, 94, 95, 99, 100, 103, Limestone College 151 63, 65, 67, 69, 70, 72, 73, 74, Dominican University of 105, 126, 127, 128, 134, 141 Loyola Marymount University 75, 76, 78, 79, 81, 82, 86, 87, California 69, 75, 76, 88, 90, Hamline University-St. Paul 57, 78, 141 88, 89, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 91, 94, 99, 101, 108, 111, 112, 64, 65, 69, 71, 82, 88, 90, 99, Loyola University 64, 108, 109, 98, 99, 100, 103, 104, 105, 113, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 107, 138, 141, 152 132, 136, 143 107, 108, 110, 113, 115, 116, 127, 130, 134, 137, 147, 148, Hendrix College 55, 57, 60, 63, Loyola University-Chicago 64 118, 119, 120, 123, 124, 125, 150, 151 65, 67, 74, 77, 81, 83, 84, 85, Lubbock Christian University 129, 130, 133, 138, 143, 144, Dordt College 57, 62, 88, 102, 88, 91, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 99, 71, 83, 102, 121, 130, 146, 145, 146, 148, 149 118, 134 100, 104, 105, 122, 137, 141 155 Brigham Young University-Idaho Drake University 78 Holy Family University 119, Luther College 62, 69, 70, 82, 56 Drexel University 58, 63, 67, 120, 133, 138 84, 89, 90, 100, 107, 110, 138, Brockport 61, 75, 87, 99, 107, 68, 76, 108, 112, 115, 123, Hope College 64, 69, 83, 84, 145 125, 129 124, 131, 133, 139, 148 92, 95, 102, 105, 111, 116, Brooklyn College 70, 88, 89, 94, 122, 142, 149, 150 100, 102, 152 M E Howard University 57, 59, 62, Bryant University 59 East Carolina University 67, 68, Macaulay Honors College at 66, 69, 74, 75, 76, 78, 79, 80, Queens College-CUNY 58, 79, 71, 82, 98, 135 84, 86, 89, 91, 97, 98, 102, Eastern Connecticut State 133, 146 C 103, 104, 105 Marietta College 101 California Institute of University 61, 87 Humboldt State University 72 Marquette University 101 Technology 86 Eastern Illinois University 57, Hunter College 78 Massachusetts College of California State Polytechnic 59, 61, 62, 67, 72, 88, 90, 98, Liberal Arts 151 University-Pomona 149 116, 126, 129, 134, 135, 139, I Massachusetts College of California State University- 148 Idaho State University 43, 58, Pharmacy and Health Sciences Channel Islands 91, 96, 122, Eastern Kentucky University 100, 110, 146 150 148 56, 70, 75, 77, 121, 133, 144 Index by Institution

Mercer University 94 Rochester Institute of U University of Nebraska-Lincoln Miami University 111, 122, Technology 130, 135, 149 Union College 58, 60, 67, 68, 125 127, 132, 142 Roger Williams University 87, 69, 73, 74, 76, 84, 93, 99, 110, University of Nevada-Reno 141, Milwaukee Area Technical 129 124, 140 151 College 151 Russell Sage College 103 United States Coast Guard University of New England 43, Milwaukee School of Academy 68, 69, 87, 143 149 Engineering 60, 62, 124 S United States Military Academy University of New Hampshire Minnesota State University- The Sage Colleges 67 76, 82, 93, 99, 103, 149 128, 138 Mankato 44, 56, 61, 67, 71, Saint Olaf College 65, 131, 134, United States Naval Academy University of North Carolina- 99, 103, 107, 108, 110, 115, 137, 138, 146, 149 58, 149 Asheville 60, 70, 87, 90, 98, 118, 120, 124, 128, 129, 131, Saint John’s University 58, 62, University of Arkansas at Little 101, 109, 145 138, 140, 141, 144, 146, 150, 79, 149 Rock 140 University of North Carolina- 151 Salisbury University 57, 61, 63, University of California-Berkley Chapel Hill 139 Minnesota West Community & 64, 67, 69, 74, 76, 87, 94, 95, 120 University of North Carolina- Technical College 147 100, 110, 121, 127, 131, 145, University of California-Davis Greensboro 77 Missouri Western State College 151 57, 68, 82, 85 University of North Carolina- 125, 148 Samford University 92, 99 University of California-Los Wilmington 115 Montana State University- San Jose State University 61, Angeles 121, 123, 138, 143 University of Northern Colorado Billings 72, 103 81, 87, 120, 136, 140 University of California-Merced 79, 88 Montana State University- The Scripps Research Institute 144 University of Northern Iowa Bozeman 55, 59, 62, 72, 74, 90 University of California- 124, 130 75, 76, 95, 103, 107, 108, 114, Seattle University 57, 59, 63, Riverside 81, 104 University of the Pacific 55, 67, 115, 126, 131, 134, 136, 139, 77, 79, 87, 90, 93, 94, 96, 101, University of Central Lancashire 68, 75, 86, 152 143, 144, 150 103, 109, 112, 118, 119, 130, 44, 65, 87, 111, 117, 127, 131, University of Pittsburg School Montclair State University 94 131, 139, 145 135, 146, 151 of Nursing 121, 150 Moravian College 118, 120, Siena College 113 University of Central Oklahoma University of Pennsylvania 57, 123, 125, 130, 134 Siena Heights University 112, 74, 77, 82, 126 59, 75, 77, 94, 104, 120, 121, 113, 116, 122, 124, 132 University of Central Missouri 130, 132, 141, 154 N Simpson College 82, 128 154 University of Portland 44, 68, Nebraska Wesleyan University Slippery Rock University of University of Delaware 70, 96 86, 113, 139 61 Pennsylvania 75, 77, 94, 120, University of Evansville 70, 71, University of Puerto Rico 139, North Central College 58, 65, 121 84, 89, 118, 128, 133, 139, 146 66, 68, 71, 78, 81, 82, 86, 89, Southern Illinois University- 145 University of Puerto Rico at 90, 95, 100, 101, 104, 105, Carbondale 63 University of Florida 58, 62, 65, Humacao 65, 110, 112, 125, 108, 110, 111, 112, 113, 122, Southern Oregon University 55 89, 93, 127, 129 135,136 129, 131, 145, 153, 154 Southern Utah University 61, University of Georgia 74, 77, University of Rochester 55, 57, Northern Arizona University 70, 78, 82, 93, 113, 120, 121, 89, 100, 110, 121, 123, 154 60, 64, 66, 67, 79, 84, 91, 94, 94, 107, 112, 115, 133, 143 124, 129, 139 University of Houston 61, 70, 124, 127, 135, 138, 141, 145, Northern Michigan University State University of New York- 126, 132, 139, 140, 144 147 150 Brockport 61, 68, 89, 98, 103 University of the Incarnate University of South Alabama Norwich University 69, 71, 81, 114, 144, 153 Word 67, 90 111 126, 135, 139, 140 State University of New York- University of Kentucky 55, 65, University of South Carolina Notre Dame University 55, 59, New Paltz 57, 64, 108, 111 72, 74, 81, 87, 98, 111, 112, 111 70, 84, 96, 118 Stevenson University 121, 150 118, 122, 124, 126, 130, 134, University of South Dakota 78, St. Catherine University-St. Paul 138, 139, 141 148 University of South Florida 70, O 66, 76, 78, 79, 80, 102, 105, University of Manitoba 56 University of Memphis 60, 63, 76, 77, 80, 104, 107, 116 Oakland University 72, 74, 88, 111 64, 66, 80, 84, 90, 96, 98 University of St. Thomas 142 89 St. Edwards University 73, 91, University of Michigan 100, University of Texas-Austin 107, Occidental College 58, 64, 71, 105 111, 115, 118, 134, 135, 141, 118 88, 92, 95, 100, 108, 111, 113, St. Norbert College 113, 133 146 University of Texas-San Antonio 120, 121, 124, 140, 144, 151 SUNY Albany 55 University of Minnesota 122, 65, 98, 99, 100, 115, 116, 127 Ohio University 98 SUNY Potsdam 90 128, 148, 150 University of Toledo 88, 90, Oklahoma State University 110, Susquehanna University 59, 70, University of Minnesota-Duluth 98, 128 113, 119, 124, 143 77, 89, 113, 114, 119, 120, 121, 124, 125, 126, 128, 130, 55, 58, 59, 81, 82, 84, 85, 86, University of Utah 55, 57, 60, 132, 133, 138, 141, 144, 151 92, 103, 113, 114, 118, 122, 67, 68, 70, 71, 75, 76, 83, 86, P 127, 130, 140, 144, 148, 151, 87, 89, 90, 92, 94, 96, 101, Peace College 59, 91, 102 107, 109, 111, 112, 113, 114, T 153 Penn State Erie-The Behrend University of Minnesota-Morris 116, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, Technical College 148 College 99 114 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, Temple University 81, 98 Penn State University 109, 111 University of Minnesota-Twin 129, 130, 131, 135, 136, 138, Texas A&M University-College Plymouth State University 94 Cities 61, 71, 86, 95, 108, 141, 143, 144, 145, 148, 150, Station 72 Providence College 64, 78 110, 111, 115, 116, 121, 124, 154 Texas Tech University 58, 59, 126, 133, 135, 137, 140, 141, University of Vermont 114 69, 102, 104, 122, 129, 134, 143, 150 University of West Georgia 55, Q 139, 145 University of Montana 105, 58, 65, 68, 69, 71, 72, 81, 88, Queens University of Charlotte Tulane University 126, 131 109, 148 89, 90, 94, 95, 101, 103, 129, 76 Trinity University 69, 98, 131 University of Nebraska 94, 126 134, 136, 140, 141, 148 Truman State University 43, 55, University of Nebraska-Kearney University of Washington- R 58, 62, 70, 71, 76, 81, 83, 84, 43, 59, 70, 73, 74, 78, 85, 89, Seattle 141 Rhodes College 133 86, 93, 94, 95, 101, 102, 103, 91, 92, 108, 109, 110, 114, Rice University 107, 119 104, 105, 109, 110, 115 116, 122, 129, 136, 143, 144, Richard Stockton College 75 146 Roanoke College 61 Index by Institution

University of Wisconsin-Eau V Wingate University 131 Claire 55, 61, 65, 67, 73, 89, Valparaiso University 56, 58, Wittenberg University 69, 71, 90, 101, 107, 111, 122, 128, 66, 69, 75, 79, 88, 91, 96, 105, 78, 79, 81, 112, 119, 151 131, 134, 135, 141, 145, 150, 108, 132 151 Villanova University 85, 151, X University of Wisconsin-La 152 Xavier University 63, 77, 78, Crosse 56, 61, 64, 70, 72, 81, Virginia Commonwealth 79, 84, 94, 154 84, 85, 95, 96, 98, 102, 104, University 79, 85, 94, 116, 107, 109, 124, 125, 128, 131, 123 133, 134, 139, 145, 152, 153 Y University of Wisconsin- Youngstown State University Milwaukee 74, 76, 77, 79, 86, W 84, 95 Wake Forest University 102 90, 91, 95, 96, 110, 112, 113, Wayne State University 56, 60, 114, 115, 118, 121, 122, 123, Z 61, 72, 83, 84, 92, 95, 98, 100, 127, 129, 131, 134, 135, 143, Zayed University 59, 66, 91, 101, 107, 108, 112, 113, 120, 144, 145, 150, 151, 154 148 121, 123, 128, 133, 138, 140, University of Wisconsin- 143, 146 Oshkosh 121 Weber State University 55, 56, University of Wisconsin-River 60, 63, 65, 66, 67, 68, 70, 74, Falls 56, 57, 62, 67, 68, 88, 75, 77, 81, 82, 83, 84, 86, 87, 90, 94, 95, 98, 102, 103, 107, 88, 89, 92, 93, 96, 99, 100, 109, 114, 116, 121, 123, 124, 101, 102, 104, 107, 108, 110, 126, 132, 133, 134, 138, 141, 111, 114, 115, 116, 118, 119, 144, 149, 151, 154, 155 120, 121, 122, 125, 126, 127, University of Wisconsin-Stevens 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 135, Point 120 136, 137, 139, 140, 141, 143, University of Wisconsin-Stout 145, 148, 149, 150, 152, 153, 81, 116, 151, 152 154, 155 University of Wisconsin- Wellesley College 60 Whitewater 63, 64, 81, 87, 94, Wells College 107, 119, 152 108, 109, 153, 112, 113, 114, Western Carolina University 56, 119, 120, 121, 122, 124, 128, 58, 59, 62, 63, 66, 73, 76, 79, 129, 130, 136, 138, 145, 146, 86, 91, 92, 93, 95, 96, 99, 100, 148, 151, 152 101, 102, 103, 104, 107, 109, Utah State University 56, 60, 110, 114, 116, 127, 129, 135, 65, 67, 85, 93, 96, 107, 108, 139, 144, 152 109, 113, 115, 120, 122, 123, Western Kentucky University 125, 131, 134, 135, 136, 137, 79, 82, 128 138, 139, 140, 143, 144, 146 Western State College 60, 86, Utah Valley University 56, 57, 87, 125, 128, 148 58, 61, 62, 63, 64, 67, 68, 69, Westminster College 58, 63, 64, 70, 71, 72, 73, 75, 76, 77, 78, 65, 68, 70, 72, 75, 76, 77, 83, 81, 82, 83, 84, 86, 87, 88, 89, 85, 86, 88, 91, 92, 94, 99, 101, 91, 93, 96, 98, 100, 101, 104, 102, 105, 112, 113, 117, 119, 108, 113, 118, 120, 124, 128, 120, 122, 125, 127, 128, 129, 129, 133, 139, 142, 143, 145, 130, 133, 134, 137, 138, 140, 149, 154, 155 144, 146, 151, 152, 154 Westmoreland County Community College 135, 149 Wheaton College 60, 91, 96, 105, 124 Widener University 98

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A Annan, Naa-Okailey 97 Bartholomew, Shanna 66, 96, Bingham, Klay 84 Abbott, James 125 Annand, James 75 102 Birch, Erin 110 Abbott, Michael 131 Anselmo, Geena 88 Bartlett, Kristina 114 Birch, Hilary 83 Abdulhay, Amir 133 Antioquia, Sean 126 Bartlett, Samuel 148 Bird, Chaunceton 71 Abdullah, Warith 76 Anzaroot, Jacqueline 71 Barton, Ellen 75 Birk, Erica 109 Abell, Loren 127, 146 Archuleta, Kyle 126 Barton, Galacia 150 Birnbaum, Matthew 145 Abelman, Rebecca 57 Arellano, Carlos 119 Barton, Steven 72 Biro, Juliana 138 Ackerman, Jennifer 76 Argueta, Lissenya 95 Basco, Hydie Marie 122 Biscardi, Brianna 68 Ackley, Rachael 69 Argyle, Alex 113 Bass, Jason 110 Bishop, Khadijah 59 Adamic, Lauren 62 Arino, Borja 68 Bassett, Cody 59 Bishop, Maren 129 Adams, Aaron 65 Armentrout, William 86, 112 Bates, Patric 154 Black, Cortney 77 Adams, Brant 139 Armstrong, Neshonia 86 Bates, Zac 55 Black, Joshua 95, 103 Adams, Britton 74 Armstrong, Rachel 76 Batra, Jaskirat 69 Blackburn, Crystal 150 Adams, Ryan 61 Arriaza, Judith 90 Batteen, Aaron 75 Blake, Brittany 76 Adams, Shalease 145 Arrington, Krystal 116 Bauer, Christopher 75 Blanchard, Ali 152 Adams, Taylor 126 Arseneault, Emilie 76 Baumann, Michael 148 Blaser, Curtis 144 Adderly, Lauren 85 Arshad, Hamza 140 Beabout, Kelsey 150 Bleistein, Kevin 132 Adolf, Esmeralda 117 Ashley, Jennifer 102 Beal, Kalin 124 Blenman, Eboni 66 Adpressa, Donovon 133 Astle, Angela 104 Bean, Jodi 145 Bliss, John 114 Adrien, Jean-Luc 58 Atkinson, Jarem 83 Bearmon, Michael 62 Bloome, Aiyana 145 Aeschliman, Christopher 126 Atkinson, Jenna R. 69 Beaty, Kendra 71 Blowers, Marcy 149 Ageton, Mallory 108 Atwood, Kelly 94 Becher, Cory 88 Blue, Veronica 129 Aggarwal, Sahil 79 Audette, Danielle 122 Beciragic, Alma 76 Blume, Joshua 109 Agrawal, Ankit 94, 126 Audu, Cornelius 103 Beck, Brandon 105 Blumensheid, Jarred 83, 102 Agrawal, Deepika 129 Austin, Earley 68 Beck, Bryan 154 Blye-Branch, Raven 151 Aguas-Fernández, Cynthia 76 Austin-Walker, Anthony 70 Beck, Karina 61 Blystra, David 142 Aguilera, Amanda 120 Ayala, Kristy 57 Becker, Anna 99 Boatright, John 84 Aharonovich, Adva 92 Becker, Logan 150 Bobadilla, Eladio 63 Ahern-Rindell, Amelia 44 B Becker, Shawna 71 Bock, Allison 115 Ahn, Jaeun 60 Babiarz, Stephanie 111 Becker, Tiffany 121 Boedges, Katherine 112 Ahrens, Matthew 101 Backstrom, Stacy 115 Beckham, Josh 44 Boesiger, Chelcea 134 Aidala, Rebecca 135 Bacon, Ariel 101 Beckwith, Kaylee 133 Bohl, Mackenzie 116 Al Hammadi, Ahlam 59 Bacon, Meg 143 Bedi, Ryan 81 Bojarski, Rashelle 67 Al Shaibani, Marwa 66 Baidaralin, Bakhtiyar 59 Beer, Peter 64, 71 Bold, Natalie 93 Alam, Ridwan 98 Bailey-Seiler, Samuel 137 Beganovic, Merima 129, 144 Boli, Paule 149 Alberti, Alexander 84 Bair, Steven 125 Behrmann, Benjamin 145 Bollenbach, Kellie 144 Alexander, Elise 89 Bajpayee, Swati 128 Beinkampen, Sarah 66 Bollman, Fred 88 Alfonso, Brittany 121 Bajrami, Arlinda 145 Beiro, Zaimat 140 Bollwinkel, Dane 131 Allen, Christina 81 Baker, Amanda 76 Bellinger, Earl 86 Bolner, Olivia 151 Allen, Hannah 105 Baker, Brooke 114 Bellush, James 134 Bolte, Takumi 125 Allen, Latoya 124 Baker, Eric 124 Belus, Andrew 143 Bone, Dakota 154 Allen, Melissa 109 Baker, Jaclyn 148 Bender, Trandon 139 Bonner, De’Rell 62 Allen, Tiffany 116 Baker, Justin 82 Benjamin, Nicole 115 Boodoo, Michael 68 Aller, Ty 137 Baker, Toby 92 Bennett, Jonathan 84 Boon, Phillip 108 Allison, John 85 Bakow, Ryan 105 Benton, Andrew 101 Boone, Wesley 93 Allred, Ryleigh 131 Balasubramanyam, Sadhana 107 Berger, Jessica 112 Boothe, Amanda 143 Almarri, Hend 91 Baldraco, Rosana 141 Bergeson, Rachel 148 Borup, Timothy 56 Alvarado, Aida 64 Baldwin, Nick 129 Berguson, Timothy 79, 136 Bosch, Kristen 69 Alvarado, Nicholas 143 Ball, Doug 65 Berkheimer, Samantha 125 Bosch, Mathieu 139 Alvarez-Millard, Gabriel 98 Ballantyne, Alison 147 Bernat, Morgan 68 Bostelman, Elizabeth 145 Alvich, Christa 83 Balogh, Beatrix 121 Bernier, Kathryn 125 Bostwick, Kenneth 96 Amashukeli, Giorgi 70 Balter, Max 60 Bernier, Lauren 118, 128 Bottlinger, Rachel 145 Anagnos, Jennifer 152 Banks, Tyler 116 Bernstein, Esther 83 Boucher, Julie 142 Anaya, Edgar 83 Bannon, Mark 94 Berridge, Jon 140 Bourne, Kendra 101 Andersen, Matthew 58 Bantseev, Joshua 118 Bertin, Tor 75 Bouxsein, Christopher 65 Andersen, Wyatt 90 Banz, Annie 86 Bertoty, Sandra 141 Bowden, Alyssa 76 Anderson, Amanda 130 Barazesh, Ellyar 126 Berude, John 139 Bowen, Matthew 58 Anderson, Amy 73 Barber, Gloria 91 Best, Kate 146 Bower, Brooke 130 Anderson, Jake 99 Bard, Kelsey 129 Betourney, Travis 135 Bowers, Lance 139 Anderson, Justin 103 Barger, Corey 128 Bettes, Nicole 131 Bowman, Anders 121 Anderson, Katie 69 Barker, Chase 108 Bevard, Kayla 108 Bowser, Krystal 123 Anderson, Madeline 102 Barker, Kristin 87 Bhagat, Anastasia 151 Boyd, Caston 91 Anderson, Meredith 72 Barnes, Jeffrey 134 Bhagavathula, Anita 100 Boyell, Rachel 80 Anderson, Rachel 141 Barnes, Molly 69 Bhalla, Rohan 140 Boyer, Timothy 63, 145 Anderson, Thomas 138 Barnes, Natasha 111, 122, 141 Bhashyam, Sujith 125 Brackett, Bivett 82 Anderson, Tyler 108, 125 Barnett, James 129 Bhat, Abhineeth 138 Bradac, Daniel 65 Andreasen, Lindi 93 Barney, Sarah 126 Bibb, Bethany 76 Bradley, Rachel 133 Andresky, Lisa 121 Barrett, Tess 99 Bidwell, Micah 58 Bradley, Taylor 65 Andrews, Angelina 108, 119 Barry, Ashley 101 Biette, Kelly 118 Brady, Andrew 109 Andrizzi , Chase 123 Barry, Daniel 148 Biggar, Lindsay 67 Brady, Darren 139 Anger, Hillary 114 Barry, Julia 90 Bilkey, Samantha 127 Brady, Sarah 103 Anguita, Daniela 120 Bartelt, Jenelle Bill, Brian 115 Braithwaite, Kyle 108 Ankney, Austin 79, 136 Billington, Chad 62 Brambert, Patrick 128 Billotte, Thomas 75 Brandt, Emma 128 Index by Presenter

Brandt, LaRoy 43 Caldwell, Emma 94 Chehi, Ericka 63 Cooney, Mitchell 56 Branson Thompson, Geneva 71 Callam, Katie 116 Chen, Lindsey 131 Cooney, Sean 55 Brantman, Jesse 154 Camp, Cassandra 110 Chepuri, Bhavika 72 Cooper, Calvin 82 Brawerman, Brett 126 Campbell , Mark 135 Cheung, Robin 86 Cooper, Kaitlin 100 Brawley, Alice 132 Campbell , Ross 123 Chi, Yueqiao 58 Cooper, Nichole 111, 122, 141 Brenna, Williams 55 Canales, Juan 64 Chico, Kevin 74 Cooper, Rory 102 Brennan Finnie, Mary 83 Caneda, Christa 144 Chidyausiku, Tamuka 118 Cope, Kevin 60 Bressner, Daniel 109 Canonaco, Jacqueline 102, 122 Chidzik, Christopher 141 Coppola, Catherine 151 Briddle, Brockell 102 Cantrell, Jenna 109, 131 Chihak, Sasha 134 Corbin, Frank 142 Briggs, Erick 111 Cantu, Samantha 88 Chimka, Andrew 141 Corbin, Jessica-Michelle-April Brightman, Michael 87 Cao, Amos 82 Chiu, Stephan 58 119 Brondolo, Elena 111 Caproni, Christopher 95 Chiyenge, Mwale 69 Corcoran, Megan 64 Brooks, Christopher 87 Caramagno, Nicholas 56 Chiyenge, Mwansa 139 Cordingley, Howard 123 Brooks, Heather 131 Carbine, Holly 126 Cho, Young-Hee 118 Cordova, Rosaline 90 Brophy, Jonathan 85 Carcirieri, Ava 127 Choi, Andrew 122 Cortez, Jessica 148 Brothers, Lydia 79 Carlson, Alicia 141 Choi, Jee Seun 84 Cortez-Guardado, Monica 86 Brouch, Kathryn 58 Carlson, Alyssa 77 Chow, Ke-Huan 123 Cortez-Guardado, Theresa 67 Broughton, La’ Toya 122 Carlson, Anastasia 76 Christensen, Aileen 100 Cory, Steven 56 Brown, Brooke 73 Carlson, Candice 114 Christensen, Benjamin 65 Coughlin, Nicole 62 Brown, Clarissa 75 Carlson, James 98 Christensen, Colton 93 Cousins, Annika 99 Brown, Danielle 129 Carlson, Victor 123 Christensen, David 109 Coutu, Brendan 118 Brown, Douglass 119 Carlton, Benjamin 69 Christensen, Linsey 81 Cox, Elizabeth 137 Brown, Emily 66, 121, 136 Carothers, Leslee 111 Christensen, Robert 89 Cox, Haylie 128 Brown, Heather 135 Carpenter, Alex 115 Christgen, Vicotia 148 Cragun, Brett 153 Brown, Jessica 151 Carr, Bridget 122 Christiansen, Robin 118 Craig, Suzanne 64 Brown, Leslie 77 Carr, Courtney 55 Chrusciel , Michael 83 Cranney, Megan 56 Brown, Tiffany 135 Carr, Marissa 113 Chun, Andrew 62 Crawford, Michael 130 Browning, Kileigh 120 Carreiro, Stefanie 142 Churchill, Jessica 138 Creekmur, Jennifer 148 Bruch, Alexander 61 Carrillo, Victoria 116 Cicioni, Natalie 119 Crenshaw, Margaret 99 Bruckner, Anne 95 Carroll, David 136 Cimino, Grace 147 Crespo, Kimberly 109 Brunasso, Kelsey 107 Carroll, Dereka 89 Clark, Candace 123 Crittenden, Christopher 134 Brunot, Justin 99 Carroll, Keri 57 Clark, Daniel 122 Crockett, Seth 102 Brush, Samantha 138 Carroll, Nathan 55 Clark, Miranda 116 Croft, Trevor 110 Bryant, Kimberly 110 Carson, Nathaniel 76 Clark, Natalie 154 Cross, Adam 91 Bryant, Michelle 84 Carson, Samantha 132 Clark, Reilly 141 Cross, Dan 70 Buchberger, Amanda 145 Carter, Aja 124 Clark, ShayLynne 115 Crossley, Tyler 56 Bucinell, Benjamin 74 Carter, Brittany 93 Clark, Yvonne 105 Crouch, Jami 111 Buckholt, Todd 87 Carter, Christopher 95 Clarke, London 123 Crowder, Kyle 149 Buerman, Kelli 109 Carter, Erin 76 Clawson, Bret 133 Cruz, Duke 58 Bullough, Diana 150 Carter, Mikia 92 Clement, Bruce 129 Culpepper, Lacy 69 Bunting, Carlin 141 Carter, Samuel 84 Clifford, Patricia 118 Culpitt, Tanner 98 Burburan, Paola 118 Casalman, Ellie 137 Close, Shane 59 Curlett, Jessica 69 Burik, Megan 103 Casey, James 98 Cobos, Briana 91 Curran, Ryan 121 Burke, Adam 73 Casey, Miles 126 Coffta, Odilia 89 Curtis, Kathy 77 Burke, Brian 90 Cash, Gabriela 129 Cohen, Jacob 104 Cutler, Alicia 76 Burke, Emily 151 Casher, Gabriel 84, 105 Cohen, Lauren 92 Czaja, Benjamin 112 Burke, Katherine 93 Caspi, Gil 129 Cole, Jason 94 Czajkowska, Katarzyna 122 Burke, Katie 115 Cassagnol, Jean Pierre 63 Coleman, Amanda 98 Burkley, Zakary 140 Castro, Gabriel 86 Coleman, Kellye 79 D Burns, Megan 94 Catts, Daniel 110 Coleman, Sydni 128 Dabkowski, Jamin 77 Burrus, Christopher 79 Cauceglia, Joseph 119 Colledge, Preston 76, 88 Dabney, Cheryl 69 Burstein, Zily 141 Caudle, Sara 61 Collins, Anna 141 DaConceicao, Silviane 138 Burton, Ashley 131 Causby, Olivia 110 Collins, Courtney 122 Dale, Alexis 134 Burton, Matthew 79 Cavacchioli, Alexa 109 Collins, Dan 153 Dalene, Mark 135 Buselli, Jason 114 Celerier, Charles 58 Collins, Marcus 79 Dallaire, Simone 112 Buselli, Monica 134 Celestino, Kiralei 108 Collins, Matthew 98 Dalton, Jayne 141 Bush, Derek 92 Chamberlin, Matthew 136 Collins, Sarah 96 Damore, Sara 113 Bush, Lena 70 Chambers, Danielle 74 Colorado, Jessica 145 Danforth, Samuel 145 Bush, Weston 63 Chambers, Kimberly 57 Comella, Phillip 92 Dang, LeQuan 55, 60 Buss, Samantha 138 Chambers, Phillip 103 Conley, Lacey 71, 84 Danilchak, Chaz 133 Bussey, Rose 64 Chambers, Richard 132 Connolly, Ann-Marie 114 Darby, Emily 56 Butler, Chadley 122 Chambers, Shayne 149 Conrad, Chelsie 138 Darling, Margaret 84 Butler, Kelly 134 Chan, Enoch 138 Conrad, Luke 78 Dauber, Edwin 98 Butler, Russell 123 Chan, James 65 Conroy, Meghan 111 Daudt, Lindsey 146 Bygrave, John 115 Chan, Susana 128 Contractor, Alisha 89, 129 Daugherty, Taylor 130 Byrnes, Caitlin 109 Chan, Wendy 124 Contreras, Nicolas 148 Davidson, Lacey 79 Chandler, David 127 Conway, Adam 80, 105 Davis, Dahne 82 C Chandra, Ankit 92 Conway, Elizabeth 124 Davis, Martha 59 Cable, Lindsey 135 Charette, Richard 109 Conway, Jennifer 110 Davis, Matthew 95 Cabrera, Stephanie 146, 148 Chaskes, Mark 68 Cook, Craig 118, 128 Davis, Rachel 102 Caceres, Mauricio 87 Chavarria, Nydia 149 Cook, Jesse 104 Davis, Ryan 112 Calderon Ortiz, Gabriel 135 Chawala, Sophia 74 Cooke, Stacy 136 Day, Jacob 78 Caldwell, Christine 92 Chazanovitz, Rachel 78 Cooley, Shannon 89 De La Espriella, Beatriz 93 Chbib, Muhamad 83 Coon, Emily 141 Index by Presenter de Ocejo, Timothy 124 Doyle, Brandon 87 Ernest, Brad 110 Fortin, Jason 59 de Ruiter, Hans-Peter 43 Drawdy, Kymberly 43 Ervin, Tory 59, 102 Foster, Joseph 64 Dean, Collin 58 Drifke, Caitlin 113 Eschweiler, Joseph 134 Fountain, Alyssa 118 Deardorff, Mikayla 114 Driscoll, Charles 138 Espinoza, Casey 96 Fox, Nicholas 153 DeFilippis, David 143 Driver, Joe 112 Espinoza, Chris 114 Foy, Amanda 131 Degen, Taylor 141 Drosdak, Alyssa 113 Esposito, Joel 112 Foy, Matthew 109 DeGooyer, Jason 123 Dryburgh, John 119, 144 Esposito, Lauren 143 Francalanci, Luiggi 91 deGraffenried, Stephanie 121 Dubbs, Markeya 59, 85 Essex, Myeisha 102 Francis, Carey 154 DeKay, Natalie 134 Dubie, Clarissa 124 Estridge, Katie 134 Franco, Chelsea 114 Del Greco, Benjamin 71 Duclos, Matthew 90 Ethington, Matthew 98 Frandsen, Michelle 129 Del Prato, Paul 127 Duerson, Charmayne 141 Etzel, Nicholas 139 Frazell, Kathryn 94 Dela Cruz, Dominique 104 Duff, Thomas 120 Eubank, Louis 67, 113 Fredsall, Stephanie 143 Delahousaye, Erynn 141 Duffy, Alyssa 109, 115 Eubanks, Alexander 103 Freeman, Megan 143 Delfing, Elizabeth 119 Duffy, Andrew 132 Eubanks, Christopher 134 Frennea, Melissa 60 Della Iacono, Christina 65 Duffy, Karen 65 Eudave, Yanet 115 Frey, Jessica 84 Della Lucia, Catherine 154 Duhan, Rohit 62 Evans, Amberly 96 Frissora, Kimberly 64 Delva, Nella 140 Dunbar, Wesley 66 Evans, Benjamin 99 Fukuda, Ryan 72 Delzer, Ryan 150 Duncan, Heather 84, 100 Evans, Bonnie 150 Fulle, Kyle 129, 139 DeMars, Matthew 60 Duncan, Ryan 80, 105 Evans, Kathryn 100 Fuller, Cassie 126 DeMatteis, Renee 105 Dunder, Paul 70 Evans, Lauren 154 Fuller, Spencer 56, 63 DeMont, Diana 66 Dunigan, Bonnie 66 Evans, Tara Leann 104 Fullerton, Benjamin 136 Denney, Paige 77 Dunn, Colin 87 Ewers, Steven 99 Fulton, Alexandria 61 Denning, Catherine 96, 107 Dunn, Sabra 80 Funches, Christopher 62 Denton, Joanna 134 Duong, Holly 154 F Funk, Christa 69 Derda, Nicholas 66 Duong, Melissa Khue-Mai 123 Fahs, Fatima 143 Funk, Crystal 143 Deron, Loren 73 Duong, Trang 61 Fair, John 103, 125, 129 Desai, Payal 114 Durfee, Kiera 71, 78 Fairbanks, Aaron 128 G Deshmukh, Suhrid 148 Durham, Jameshia 80 Falcone, John 108 Ga’al, Khadija 114 Desjardins, Jared 110 Dymock, Ashley 70 Falconer, Katrina 152 Gabig, Madison 143 Detter, Matthew 139 Dyslin, Michael 124 Farmer, Alexander 149 Gabler-Colotti, Ashley 150 DeTuncq, Ian 144 Farnes, Alan Taylor 105 Gabuchian, Margaret 58 Dever, Michael 133 E Farrell, Gillian 152 Gagnon, Sarah 84 Devlin, Amanda 70 Eastes, Andrea 79, 128 Fast, Shannon 149 Galatioto, Courtney 70 Dexter, Sally 60 Eaton, Alexa 129 Fath, Kelsey 127 Galdamez, Gabriel 151 Deyerle, Branden 75 Eaton, Laura 67 Faust, Megan 108 Gale, Eric 133 Dhiman, Christine 143 Eberhardy, Aurrielle 95 Feiro, Carly 68 Galla, Matthew 131 Di Salvo, Louis 119 Eccles, Erin 150 Feko, Ciara 124 Gallant, Thomas 95 Diamond, Courtney 55 Eckel, Robert 65, 99 Feldman, Erin 154 Gallaway, Chaddrick 135 Dick, Rebecca 119 Eckstrom, Caroline 57 Feldmann, Diana 120, 130 Gallick, Lauren 88 Dickerson, Reid 151 Edwards, Joseph 60 Fernandez, Erika 122 Gallo, Crista 132 Dickson, Charles 79 Edwards, Luanne 105 Fernandez, Sofia 73 Galuschik, Noel 76, 138 Dietering, Averyl 69 Edwards, Skukura 69 Fernandez, William 72 Gansen, Abigail 146 Dimick, Monica 101 Egbas, Tracy 125, 129 Ferrari, Robert 84 Garber, Tracy 96 Dimovski, Radomir 121 Ehlen, Laura 96 Ferries, Craig 89 Garcia, Sarah 61 Dinger, Frances 94 Eibensteiner, Shwaye 66 Ferrimaned, Erin 60 Gardiner, Gareth 90 Dittmann, Andrea 137 Eichorst, Rawley 140 Feustel, Elizabeth 109 Gardner, Alyssa 127, 152 Dixon, Emily 133 Eiden, Katie 126 Fida Lassang, Nathalie 146 Gardner, Ben 90 Dizon, Samantha 132, 143 Eisenberg, Wendy 64 Fielding, Dianna 80 Garner, Alax 116 Dlamini, Mcolisi 67 Eisenhart, Andrea 145 Fields, Matthew 109 Garner, Daniel 82 Do Canto, Adelmar 136 Elfelt, Max 130 Fifer, Christina 78 Garner, David 56 Dobbs, Howard 92 Elison, Abbey 88 Figueroa, Cesar 126 Garoutte, Alexander 141 Dolisca, Sarah-Bianca 123 Elling, Amanda 134 Figueroa, Jennifer 77 Garrett, Lyndon 78 Doll, Rebecca 86 Ellingson, Arica 111 Figueroa, Sara 132 Garza, Steven 77 Dolphin, James 58 Ellsworth, Karleigh 72 Filler, Dan 112 Gasaway, Meredith 91 Domske, Addison 91 Elmadhoun, Omar 123 Findlay, Rachel 108 Gass, Cody 139 Donahue, Eric 63, 65 Elmore, Kevin 99 Finke, Stacey 57 Gaydos, Evan 76 Donchez, Jake 123 Elton, Eric 139 Finley, Benjamin 154 Gehlken, Kristina 107 Doney, Jylisa 85 Elwell, Robert 114 Finnin, Michael Ann 134 Geiger, Kristina 108 Dong, Maria 72, 134 Emanuel, Julie 121, 150 Fioretti, Angela 60 Geizer, Sean 84, 95 Donnan, Patrick 72, 136 Emerson, Christopher 123 Fisher, Nicole 117 Gentry, Amanda 120, 130 Donohue, Timothy 64 Emmons, Stephen 69 Fitz-Gerald, Diala 104 George, Elizabeth 100 Donovan, Osa 149 Engel, Lauren 116 Fitzpatrick, Ryan 87 George, Kelsey 110 Doose, Victoria 74 England, Amelia 69 Flagg, Peris 105 George, Merit 94 Dornfeld, Richard 65 England, Saara 57, 69 Fleszewski, Kyle 140 Geraci, Jessica 99 Doty, Shayla 142 English, Erika 148 Florian, Kelsey 149 Gerhold, Erika 64 Dougherty, Alexandra 144 Enomoto, Addison 128 Flynn, Claire 125 Germain, Meagan 72 Dougherty, Elissa 116 Enz, Karalyn 151 Foertsch, Jessie 146 German, Jordan 109 Douglas, Jamison 61 Eppley, Dianne 57 Foley, Greta 61 Gessel, Andrew 113 Douglass, Rebecca 130 Erasmus, Jesse 133 Fontanez Santana, Grace 112 Gethings, Christopher 96 Doukas, Donald 74 Erickson, Caitlin 125 Ford, Angie 62 Gewali, Anupa 94 Douville, Melissa 57 Erickson, Jeri 102 Ford, Courtney 112 Ghag, Sonam 145 Dowdle, Michelle 67 Erickson, Sam 146 Forrest, Lauren 116 Ghimire, Sudeep 143 Downey, Maria 91 Erickson, Sara 70 Fortes, Marlon 131 Ghosh, Sibdas 134 Doxtader, Katelyn 118 Index by Presenter

Gianella, Lyndsey 151 Gregorio, Leah 141 Harrison, Jonathan 83 Hinkle, Lee J 78 Giannino Jonathan 139 Grether, Cassie 120 Harrs, Sarah 64 Hipgrave, Patricia 116 Gibbs, Valerie 112 Grieder, Jonathan 70 Hart, Charles 108 Hipps, Kevin 104 Gibson, Natalie 131 Griffin, Jasmin 105 Hart, David 72 Hitchens, Brad 93 Gibson, Robert 82 Griffin, Jolee 66 Hart, Marilyn 44 Ho, Sierra 64 Gilbert, Ashley 88 Griffin, Lael 108 Harvie, Jenna 88, 90 Hobbs, Morgan 154 Gilbert, Zach 144 Grima, Jonathan 79 Harward, Nathan 87 Hobson, Andrew 99 Gilcrest, Kylie 126 Grinwald, Braelyn 79 Hasan, Muzammil 115 Hochstetler, Steven 111 Gildea, Tara 56 Groark, Samantha 77 Hassan, Alana 152 Hodgens, Lindsay 64 Giles, Anna 55 Gross, Megan 124 Haszto, Michael 126 Hoglund, Caitlyn 74 Giles, Daniel 86, 112 Groth, Caroline 137 Hatch, Chris 96 Hohman, Amanda 135 Giles, Stephen 148 Grow, Zachary 128 Hatch, Sara 69 Hoisington, Brenna 86 Gill, Nathan 120 Guan, Shuai 88 Hauer, Christopher 99 Hokkanen, Madeline 102 Gillespie, Kelsey 126 Guernsey, Michael 55 Haugan, Ingrid 134 Holdaway, Douglas 116 Gilley, Ryan 98 Guerrero, Walter 65 Haugen, Nick 69 Holden, Mette 82 Gillikin, Alyssa 95 Guilbault, Kelvin 90 Hausmann, Katharine 113, 138 Holland, Troy 92 Gilmore, Kevin 136 Gulturk, Erkan 140 Hautala, Mackenzie 145 Hollanitsch, Shannon 95 Ginkins, Stacie 134 Gunderson, Lauren 92 Hawkley, Tyson 95 Holmes, Jonathan 91 Giordano, Claire 57, 101 Gungor, Rima 58 Haws, Derek 141 Holmes, Josh 128 Gish, Jonathan 144 Guo, AiLun 82 Haws, Mary 77 Holt, Brian 61 Gisselberg, Susan 81 Gurganus, Sarah 135 Hayes, Jack Lee 43 Holt, Ryan 93, 101 Glassford, Samantha 83 Gutierrez, Benjamin 124 Hayes, Michelle 133 Holten, Russell 125 Glatz, Andrew 135 Gutierrez, Mark 75 Hayleck, Monika 130 Holzer, Lacey 116 Gleason, Samantha 65 Gutierrez, Viviana 122 Haynes, Kriston 109 Hong, Bona 121 Glynn, Michelle 61 Gymburch, Erin 92 Haynes, Shakei 79 Hong, Kevin 100 Godshall, Charli 123 He, Gong 100 Honomichl, Natasha 60 Godwin, Lindsey 129 H Heath, Daniel 56 Hoopes, Sarah 68 Goellner, Geoffrey 44 Haag, Emily 71 Heckt, Laura 78 Hopkins, Halina 69 Goettge, Michelle 121 Haber, Trisha 100 Hedman, Stefany 78 Hopkins, Samantha 111 Goff, Jaren 126 Hadley, Morgan 124 Hegland, Thomas 146 Hopkins, Tyler 116 Goff, Jonathan 98 Hafele, Anna 125, 134 Hegsted, Sara 135 Horrocks, Stephen 67 Goff, Zackary 119 Hague, Kori 142 Heibel, Jennifer 144 Horton, Timothy 79 Goldberg, Avi 87 Haidar, Alaa 95 Heider, Abby 75 Horvath, Dayton 87 Goldfine, Kelson 100 Hainsey, Coty 64 Heikkila, Rebecca 95 Houg, Meagan 149 Goldsmith, Craig 131 Hairston, Andrew 91 Heiliger, Jordan 73 Houle, J. Lucien 83 Goldstein, Joshua 153 Hale, Zachary 63 Heimann, Cassandra 105 Howard, Thomas 131 Goldstein, Rebecca 129 Halen, Taylor 58 Heisman, Adam 69 Howell, Mary 91 Goller, Shane 132 Hall, Christina 151 Helgeson, Dylan 64 Huang, Cherry 83 Gomez Quintanilla, Cesar 134 Hall, Ira 73 Heling, Nicole 64 Huang, Nora 60 Gommel, Maria 95 Hall, Rachel 144 Helm, Lindsay 140 Hubbard, Brian 140 Gonzalez, Carmanny 104 Hall, Tacie 113 Hempel, Samuel 74 Hubbard, James 149 Gonzalez-Millan, Ariel 86 Hamar, Samantha 59 Henderson, Casey 62 Hubbard, Ronald Jr. 102 Good, Austin 57 Hamblin, Cody 64 Henderson, Jordan 93 Hudson, Kara 127 Goodjoint, Katrina 77 Hamblin, Kenzie 154 Henderson, Laurie 102 Hughes, Ashley 129 Goodman, AnnaRose 63 Hamid, Abdelaziz 72 Hendin, Alexander 93 Hughes, Stacey 139 Goodman, Jordan 143 Hampton, Kadence 105 Henry, Autumn 113 Hukle, Randy 111, 122, 141 Goodman-Levy, Wesley 111, 140 Hampton, Kelsey 124 Henry, Madison 113 Hulbert, Kimberly 143 Goodspeed, Andrew 118 Hancock, Chelsey 86 Herdina, Elliott 150 Hullibarger, Nicholas 112 Gordon, Joshua 138 Hanigosky, Melissa 139 Hermodson-Olsen, Teresa 79 Hultgren, Kristin 127 Gorman, Daniel Jr. 57 Hanna, Amanda 149 Herold, Kate 111 Humble, Jennifer 134 Grabber, Naomi 121 Hansen, Nicole 109 Herrero, Valerie 154 Hume, Ty 85 Grabenstein, Emily 130 Hansen, Orin 110 Herrick, Kelly 62 Hunsaker, Dustin 135 Grabiak, Mary 148 Hansen, Stephanie 104 Hersi, Abdinasir 68 Hunt, Camden 113 Grabowski, Joseph 44 Hanson, Corey 58 Hess, Nicholas 144 Hunt, Kyle 149 Grace, Daniel 55 Hanson, Emily 127 Heward, Cory 58 Hunt, Sadie 44 Graham, Doug 67 Hanson, Rachel 154 Hewitt, Kevin 124 Hunter, Jesse 148 Graham, Leah 148 Hao, Yiyun 58, 108 Hickman, Benjamin 129, 139 Hur, Saem 110 Graham, Tess 99 Hardin, Frances Mei 118 Hicks-Collins, Trevor 96 Hurlbut, Jessica 76 Grandberry, Russell 86 Hardnett, Cedrick 63 Higgins, Anja 123 Huss, Natalie 148 Gratton, Alexander 62 Hardy, Mollee 149 Higgins, Elizabeth 57 Hutson, Carla 144 Gray, Brian 88 Hardy, Nathan 101 Hightower, Kristin 136 Huynh, Carolyn 119 Gray, Katherine 115 Haren, Dailey 58 Hill, Carrie 134 Huynh, Linh 144 Gray, Tosha 93 Harkins, Victoria 91 Hill, Christian 128 Huynh, Stefan 127 Green, David 107 Harmon, Lydia 121 Hill, Lee Ann 70 Hwang, Ju Hae 104 Green, Megan 79 Harney, Rachel 138 Hill, Peter 124 Hyatt, William 74 Green, Natalie 115 Harold, Amber 118 Hill, Sierra 137 Green, Seth 119 Harper, Jacob 135 Hilliard, Carissa 145 I Green, Sydney 72 Harpst, Elias 95 Hillyard, Landon 140 Ibanez, Andrea 77 Green, Timothy 72 Harris, Alexander 93 Hillyard, Peter 126 Icenhour, Casey 103 Greene, Kelsey 145 Harris, Amy 110 Hindes, Jennifer 90 Iglesias, Ainhoa 103 Greenfield, Bradley 70 Harris, Emily 103 Hines, Jane 72 Iljin, Cassandra 91 Greenidge, Roger 69 Harris, Heather 135 Hines, Timothy 146 Imel, Alexander 89 Greenlee, Max 65 Harris, Nicole 130 Hinkle, Brooke 120 Ingebretson, Anna 146 Gregersen, Dylan 86 Hinkle, Kurt 65 Index by Presenter

Irish, Mark 107 Journell, Brandon 62 Kling, Brannon 79 Lascorz, Roger 101 Isert, Cathryn 74 Judd, Andrea 150 Kminski, Lydia 56 Laser, Jeffrey 58 Isikbay, Masis 68 Julander, Joseph 114 Knight, Andrew 145 Laster, Joseph 104 Isom, Laura 56 Juma, Hessa 148 Knight, April 137 Laudermilk, Lucas 133 Ison, Lauren 130 Jurgensmeier, Michael 62 Knudsen, Kevin 100 Lauren, Beasley 148 Just, Jacob 96 Knudsen, Kristiana 142 Laursen, Trevor 124 J Knudsen, Nelson 118 Lautier, Rebecca 58, 79 Jachetti, Mary 81 K Koc, Matthew 92 LaVeglia, Bianca 103 Jack, Cameron 93 Kaczmarek, Hagen 120, 150 Koch, Christofer 84 Lavender, Sarah 77 Jackson, April 64 Kaddas, Heydon 143 Koduri, Sravanthi 58 Lawhead, Caroline 108, 113 Jackson, Johanna 96 Kadiyala, Srilakshmi 112 Koenig, Erika 99 Lawrence, Eliza 113 Jackson, Melissa 60, 107 Kagie, Jessica 87 Koeven, Kimberly 70 Lawrence, Kevin 119 Jackson Williams, Dahra 44, 111 Kaiser, Codi 75 Kohler, Ashley 101 Lawrence, Meredith 90 Jacob, Tyler 77 Kalamarides, Molly 66, 102 Kohles, Jenna 93 Lawrence, Rachel 89 Jacobson, Chelsea 61 Kalidindi, Arvind 76 Koller, Jessica 110 Lay, Jessie 93 Jagpal, Anjana 142 Kalkbrenner, Emily 81 Kolodrubetz, Lauren 82 Lay, Kevin 61 James, Brenna 96 Kalo, Lewis IV 89 Kong, Panyia 80 Le, Jessica 73 James, Stephanie 154 Kaltenbaugh, Brittany 132 Konjura, Kolin 144 Leavitt, Danielle 99 Janecek, Jacqueline 128 Kamerdze, Morgan 111 Kootz, Kiley 152 Leavitt, James 67 Janssen, Kristin 57 Kamps, Kara 119 Korman, Shoshana 146 LeBeuf, Hilary 92 Jaros, Rebecca 78 Kansagra, Jay 129 Kornobis, Brian 137 Lechtenberg, Emma 150 Jaros, Samuel 95 Kapitan, Melissa 94 Kosiak, Micheal 111 Lee, Han 140 Jarratt, Andrew 91 Kaplan, Jeremy 138 Kozikott, Jessica 119 Lee, Hojoon 103 Jarvis, Holly 154 Karge, Alexander 119 Krajewski, Angelica 64 Lee, Marcy 126 Jeffries, Shandra 108 Karges, Misty 111 Kramer, Melanie 73 Lee, Michael 111, 122, 141 Jennings, Marcia 74 Karim, Milad 120 Kraus, Elsa 67 Lee, Sarah 87 Jensen, Anthony 79 Karounos, Christopher 87 Kristensen, Zachary 127 Lee, Shia 114 Jensen, Brayden 75 Karpie, Amber 144 Kroening, Erica 67 Lee, Whitney 113 Jensen, Cody 127 Katsirubas, April 151 Kuchler, Marla 152 Lees, Jess 104 Jensen, Melissa 81 Kay, Kip 83 Kuchta, Zuzanna 150 Lefever, Joel 67 Jenson, Weston 151 Kaylor, Lisa 83 Kudelko, Diana 89 Legan, Margaret 81 Jenson, William 113 Kearl, Colby 138 Kuehn, Timothy 93 Legg, Adam 81 Jhun, Kevin 125 Keeler, Ethan 103 Kuenzie, Anne 82 Legner, Katie 153 Jiang, Huan “Colin” 55 Keil-Pierce, Melissa 142 Kuisle, Molly 130 Lehr, Alicia 135, 149 Jiang, Mengyao 82 Keith, Alan 93 Kulhanek, Kirsty 146 Leidall, Sadie 99 Jiang, Siduo 86 Keith, Julian 109 Kulla, Michelle 111 Leis, Benjamin 131 Jimenez, Alexandra 119 Kelly, Patrick 112 Kunciw, Dominique 145 Lelis, James 89 Jin, Dongpu 125 Kelly, Vicky 113 Kundar, Brittany 125 Lennon, Emma 71 Jing, Jenny 128 Kelpin, Sydney 111 Kuntz, Samantha 150 Lenow, Jennifer 85 Johanson, Anna 149 Kemna, Jacob 115 Kurry, Athena 100 Lentz, Antoinette 142 John, Sheryl 74 Kempe, David 103 Kurtz, Kayla 121 Lenzen, Alexandra 146 Johns, Michelle 80 Kempton, Connor 83 Kuss, Kyle 154 Leonard, Amanda 63 Johnson, Alexa 90 Kendall, Grant 71 Kuster, Emilie 150 Leone, Kristen 133 Johnson, Anne 74 Kender, Caitlin 102 Kwiatkowski, Justin 113 Leopardi, Holly 72 Johnson, Brenda M. 69, 84 Kennedy, Elizabeth 95 Kyles, Phil 144 Lestrade, Katherine 66 Johnson, Brian 124 Kenyon, Laurie 56 Leuchtenburg, Jessica 115 Johnson, Brittany 81 Kerr, Preston 121 L Leveille, Joseph 146 Johnson, Casey 90 Keshavarzian, Neggin 116 Lack, Samantha 146 Levi, Munyon 122 Johnson, Claire 100 Khalili, Ali 95 Lackner, Emily 145 Levin, Kristin 128 Johnson, Elizabeth 82 Khan, Rizwan 125 Laga, Hillary 148 Lewin, John 70 Johnson, Janneca 116 Khan, Sahrish 131 Laidlaw, Mathew 73 Lewis, Sydney 99 Johnson, Jennifer 84 Khang, Choua 145 Lall, Dezi 67 Li, Nan 75 Johnson, Kelsy 86 Kiageri, Vasiliki 127 Lam, Kimberly 120, 138 Li, Ran 123 Johnson, Kierra 69 Kiefer, Michael 56 Lambert, Jared 81 Li, Wenyang 56 Johnson, Lauren 107 Kiley, Dylon 150 Lambeth, Sarah 135 Lian, Ailin 55 Johnson, McKenzie 62 Killebrew, Samantha 63 Lamoreux, Jennifer 108 Licht, Wil 92 Johnson, Natalie Killgore, Benjamin 62 Lancaster, Thomas 56 Licking, Kellie 144 Johnson, Robert 140 Kilpatrick, Julie 125 Langston, Kelsey 108 Liguori, Stephen 122 Johnson, Sara 138 Kimball, Andrew 101 Lankford, Kathryn 81, 148 Lillie, Teresa 116 Johnson, Whitney 71 King, Chelsea 96 Lantz, Samantha 149 Lilly-Harari, Autumn 96 Jones, Cindy 145 King, Eric 146 LaQuaglia, Wesley 101 Lim, Edward 72 Jones, David 63 King, Kathryn 58 Larkin, Justin 148 Lima, Heidi 124 Jones, Darrell 75 King, Megan 86 Larner, Heath 76 Lin, Federico 110 Jones, Rebecca 94 Kinney, Luke 105 Larracey, Caitlin 94 Lindberg, Philip 124 Jones, Robbie 90 Kinney, Matthew 61 Larsen, Andy 64 Lindberg, Tasha 62, 103 Jones, Robert 135 Kinsella, Amelia 122 Larsen, Emily 98 Lindeman, Susanna 136 Jones, Vanessa 109 Kinser, Rebeca 112 Larsen, Erika 95 Lindemann, Danna 73, 91 Jordan, Bridgette 152 Kintzing, Richard 58 Larsen, Jacob 77, 129 Lindor, Nicole 87 Jorgensen, Heather 81 Kirsch, Katie 70 Larsen, Kevin 139 Lindquist, Kelsey 83 Jorgensen, Michael 84 Kitson, Amanda 98 Larson, Andrew 148 Lipinski, Alexandra 141 Jose, Sosa 126 Klank, Kelsey 88 Larson, Gretchen 154 Lira, John 65 Joshua, Lane 95 Klein, Stephanie 91 Larson, Lorna 78 Listul, Taylor 127 Joubert, Jerry 93 Kleinsasser, Eric 120 Lason, Madeline 114 Litson, Kaylee 116 Little, Kelly 85 Index by Presenter

Little, Lee 63 Manavello, Valeria 114 McKee, Eric 82 Montierth, Lisa 140 Little, Nancy Ann 75 Mandalaparty, Chandramouli McKeen, Jessica 134 Montoya, Ricardo 143 Litwin, Kevin 75 113 Mckenna, Riley 93 Moody, Devin 154 Liu, Sam 98 Mangan, Christina 144 McLean, Trevor 110 Moody, Malea 136 Liu, Sun Mei 70 Manning, Juliann 142 McLemore, Rachel 94 Mooney, Emily 62 Liu, Xiaoye 108 Mannino, Jacqueline 74 McLuckie, Kramer 104 Moore, James 125 Liu, Yiyi 104 Marconi, Mariah 78 McMichael, Elizabeth 60 Moore, Joshua 65 Livernois, William 134 Marcott, Amanda 143 McMillen, Naomi 141 Mora, Elizabeth 115 Lo Curto-Smith, Jessica 59 Marek, Katie 115 McMullin, Michelle 89 Moran, Katherine 84 Loch, Marissa 59 Maren-Hogan, Mesha 90 McNabb, Camille 99 Mordukhaev, Lauren 143 Lockwood, Kimberly 151 Markey, Laura 112 McNally, Courtney 121, 150 Morgan, Amanda 57 Lockwood, Neil 109 Markham, Gerard Jr. 91 McNamara, Katelyn 65 Morgan, Whitney 138 Loeffler, Colin 100 Marquand, Britta 61 McPeek, Kathleen 99 Morin, Scott 138 Loew, Ethan 60 Marquez, Sebastian 143 McPharlin, Christopher 101 Mork, Ryan 126 Loftus, Courtney 110 Marschand, Rachel 63 McPherson, Heather 104 Morris, Benjamin 125 London, Blake 78 Marsh, Brandon 104 McPherson, Kevin 151 Morris, Sarah 114 Long, Anna 63 Marshall, Kristin 104 McQuivey, Kade 133 Morrow, Chad 130 Long, Emily 77 Marshik, Allana 71 McSheehy Cooper, Elisa 86 Mortenson, Jeffrey 67 Long, Nicole 128 Martin, Catherine 57 McSpadden, Ashely 81 Moseley, Ariana 71 Longwich, Adam 75 Martin, Julie 132 McWilliams, Elizabeth 117 Mosgofian Barry, Summer 76 Lope, Chelsealyn 108 Martin, Peter 135 Mead, Scott 99 Motschman, Jeffrey 123 Lopez, Nicole 118 Martin, Sarah 134 Meadors, Alan 56 Mott, Sarah 137 Lord, Robert 95 Martin, Victoria 72, 136 Meadows, Jesse 154 Moulding, Megan 129 Lord, Spencer 68 Martineau, Ryan 140 Mecham, Rebecca 137 Moustapha, Rianna 88 Lorenzo, Angelina 130 Martinez, Samantha 138 Medford, Laurie 70 Mueller, Keighla 144 Losey, Debra 124 Martini, Rebecca 127 Medina, Mirgery 125 Mueller, Melissa 129 Lottes, Sarah 113 Martinson, Alyssa 127 Megow, Lindsey 121 Muhammad, Sauda 67 Lough, Samuel 82 Martucci, Hana 61 Meier, John 153 Muluken, Meseret 150 Loveless, Amanda 114 Marzahn, Rebekah 55 Mekler, Dana 83 Mura, Odette 83 Lovering, Janka 135 Mason, Brock 96 Mekloufi, Natalie 131 Murphy, Jennifer 132 Lovett, Charkivia 129 Mason, Charlotte 120 Mekonen, Sirak 58 Murphy, Joseph 96 Lowder, Evan 59 Mason, Robert 91 Melendez-Fernandez, Olga 146 Murray, Caleb 69 Lowe, Jed 115 Master, Samuel 149 Melnyk, Joseph 91 Murray, Connorie 135 Lowe, Margo 128 Mathew, Noelle 127 Melton, Caroline 64 Murray, Kevin 90, 134 Lowe, Peter 88 Mathias, Amanda 119 Menchavez, Frank 147 Murray, Terry 136 Lowe, Rachel 115 Mathis, Elli 71 Mendez, Theresa 152 Musil, Brittany 70 Lucas, Jonathan 65 Mathishka, Wickramasuriya 72 Meola, Anna 120 Muta, Megan 132 Luedeman, Carol 150 Matis, Bryan 92 Mericle, Megan 62 Myers, Emily 114 Luetchens, Jonathan 102 Matthys, Ashley 82 Merino, Carolina 111 Myers, Felicia 141 Luks, Charlotte 71 Matusewicz, Kathleen 111 Merkel, Kelly 151 Myers, Sherri 119, 120 Lund, Lauren 151 Maxfield, Valerie 81 Metcalf, Douglas 149 Lundbeck, Briana 81 May, Emily 68 Meulemans, AJ 57, 82 N Lynch, Chelsea 102, 122 Maza, Annette 115 Meyer, Kenneth 102 Nadareski, Matt 129 Lynch, John 141 Maze, Alexander 71 Michalik, Marta 68 Naegle, Michael 119 Lynch, Kevin 92 Mbayu, Nina-Belle 91 Michanowicz, Kelli 137 Nagaishi, Chanel 58, 75 Lynn, Devin 56 McAdams, David 86 Miclette, Salome 61 Nagel, Chelsea 59 Lyon, Jeffrey 65 McAlister, Heather 114 Mignosa, Matthew 94 Nallapa, Swathi 133 Lytle, James 154 McBride, Sara 130 Mikulas, Sara 130 Nance, Abby 62 McCabe, Ellie 145 Millan, Nicole 61 Nance, Mary 58 M McCabe, Robert 121 Miller, Candace 134 Nandi, Gourav Krishna 72 Ma, Lan 121 McCann, Michael 55 Miller, Corey 114 Napolitano, Mary 116 Ma, Patrick 119 McClarren, Jessica 118 Miller, Cory 128 Nathan, Alex 72 MacDonald, Bligh 62 McClenton, Jasmine 88 Miller, Jonas 68 Naylor, Christina 101 MacDonald, Katherine 55 McClevish, Hunter 138 Miller, Meda 149 Naylor, Emilee 127 MacDougall, Larry 138 McCullough, Robert 135, 149 Miller, Richard 43 Ndakuya, Florine 114 Machado, Esther 141 McDeavitt, Colten 120 Miller, Robert 94 Neal, Ezra 83 Mack, Austin 101 McDermott, Jenny 127 Miller, Sean 68 Needell, Lauren 81 Mackay, Jordan 113 McDonald, Circe 90, 101 Milliner, Michele 93 Nehls, John 72 MacKellar, Kelsey 81 McDonald, Jennifer 96 Milloway, Shawn 65 Nell, Ryan 109 MacKenzie, Austin 56, 84 McDonald, Jess 100 Milne, Lundyn 120 Nelsen, Alexander 81 MacNeill, Leigha 127 McDonald, Nicholas 124, 134 Milton, Johnathan 126 Nelson, Anna 787 Madsen, William 145 McDonnell, Kali 798 Mink, Zachary 96 Nelson, Ashley 149 Mahon, Caitlin 61 McEachron, Coralie 109 Mitchell, Alec 98 Nelson, Cassandra 153 Maier, Kaitlyn 119 McEvoy, Shannon 89 Mitchell, Blair 108 Nelson, Destinee 73, 116 Maio, Tiara 87 Mcgee, Matt 116 Mitchell, Rebecca 130 Nelson, Fred 108 Majewski, Ashley 70 Mcguire, Mariah 69 Mitchell, Samantha 143 Nelson, Janae 61 Major, Laura 130 McGuire, Meghan 153 Mohlman, Laurie 142 Nelson, Rachel 70 Makovoz, Betty 131 McHugh, Sarah 130 Molstad, Aaron 131 Nelson, Samantha 98 Malan, Shawn 135 McIlvried, Sarah 102 Molvik, Heather 55 Nesbitt, Lane 146 Mallipudi, Andres 55 McIntire, Jake 154 MonDragon, Shon 132 Nesbitt, Peter 115 Malone, Danielle 151 McInturff, Bethany 86 Monge, Daniel 95 Neverve, Ciera 109 Malone, Sean 71 McIntyre, Arthur 86 Monk, Stacy 134 Newton, James 110 Malone, Shelby 138 McIntyre, Glynnis 101 Monroe, Anjannette 73 Newton, Kevin 66 McKamie, Alex 84 Montgomery, Arie 112 Index by Presenter

Nguyen, Nancy 135 P Pham, Theresa 118 Powell, Jacob 65 Nguyen, Phuong Anh 89 Pacheco, Amy 89 Pham, Trang 57 Powell, Samantha 88 Nguyen, Thang 101 Pacheco, Daniel 81 Phan Tran, Ly Khanh 93 Pratt, Kaiti 68 Nguyen, Thien Thanh 116 Packer, Katherine 130 Phelps, David 114 Pray, Margaret 144 Nicholas, Tyler 135 Paddock, Brandon 57 Phillips, Michelle 107 Price, Samantha 124 Nielson, Amanda 143 Padilla, Suyapa 134 Phillips, Nicole 59 Price, Trey 77 Nielson, Karen 139 Page, Rebecca 59 Picha, Kelsey 115 Primack, Alvin 66 Nikolova, Kristina 133 Pahl, Matthew 119 Pickens, Rebecca 75 Primavera, Jaclyn 121 Niro, Arvin 56 Painter, Sarah 131 Piercy, Heather 127 Prins, Willem 136 Niyonsaba, Emmanuel 89 Palfreyman, S. Rhett 69 Pierro, Sarah 150 Prochazka, Jolene 118 Nock, Rebecca 150 Palmer, David 43 Piggott, Mallory 145 Procope, Danielle 68 Noland, Caroline 99 Palmer, Michelle 118 Pillsbury, Christopher 69 Pruett, Jacob 149 Noll, Jenna 72 Palomares, Noemí 85 Pinckney, Sean 68 Pryor, Julianna 148 Noone, Ashley 124 Palomo, Marlene 77 Pinedo, Alejandro 144 Puckett, Justin 148 Norkett, Kelsey 131 Pantel, Jessica 81 Pinedo, Ryan 64 Puhalla, Kelsey 138 Noronha, Carol 146 Paolillo, Marisa 67 Pirkle, Jared 113 Pulliam, Cedric 64 Norris, Michael 61 Papale, Jessica 115 Pitan, Angela 114 Purcell, Randi 66 Norton, Taylor 55 Park, Adam 96 Pittsley, Kara 116 Purdy, Kandice 59, 74 Novakov-Ritchey, Christina 85 Park, Joseph 103 Plant, Parker 128 Pursley, Rebecca 81 Noyes, Brittany 151 Parker, Jaclyn 55 Ploenzke, Matt 84 Purvis, George 135 Nsngui, Joao 99 Parker, Jacob 65 Plumadore, Josh 135 Nummi, Josephine 100 Parkins, Daniel 69 Plunkett, Mike 56 Q Nunez, Eleno 113 Parkinson, Angela 57 Poirier, Elijah 61 Quigley, John 134 Nunez, Marcos 138 Parmar, Suchina 118 Polley, Maryam 152 Quigley, Katherine 151 Nyanhete, Tinashe 98 Parrish, Shonte 76 Poole, Trey 123 Quinn, Laci 152 Nyann, Sheena 88 Parry, Jason 146 Pope, Sebastian 56, 73 Qureshi, Rabia 63, 67 Parsons, Caroline 63 Popoola, Daniel 140 Poquette, Signe 119 O Pasker, Alex 62, 88 R Pasterik, Paul 69 Portillo, Rosa 135 O’Connor, Miriah 94 Rabelo, Robert 110 Patel, Mital 99 Post, Jaicee 74 O’Hearn, Macy 86 Rabpornpra, Piyapoom 93 Patel, Nisarg 110 Potter, Abigail 154 O’Keefe, Kelley 150 Rademaker, Em 78 Patkin, Sasha 64, 154 Potter, Lauren 67 O’Leary, Dylan 81 Radle, Rebecca 152 O’Meara, Anna 55 Patrascu, Georgia 57 Powell, Daniel 93 O’Mullane, Moire 88 Patrick, Duprey 68 O’Neal, Erik 74 Patton, Michael 95 Further your passion for discovery with a O’Neal, Lakeisha 86 Paz, Enrique 88 O’Shaughnessy, Bridget 77 Pazlopez, Claudia 90 O’Sullivan, Jordan Kiefer 123 Peacock, Brian 82 Oakes, Katherine 94 Pearson, Jasmine 83 MASTER OF SCIENCE IN Oehm, Sarah 145 Pearson, Nathan 104 Oghojevwe, Aghogho 87 Pease, David 101 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES (MSRS) Ogilvie, Juliann 58 Peck, Alyssa 131 Okado, Curzio 109 Peck, Courtney 136 Okelberry, Austin 139 Pederson, Samuel 69 Okumu, Rita 75 Pehar, Mirna 116 Olayemi, Anjolaoluwa 87, 103 Pehar, Nevena 77 from Weber State University. Oldroyd, Kristina 141 Pellicano, Giuseppe 154 Oldt, Robert 68 Pena, Shanelly 103 Oliver, Kyle 126 Penic, Melis 74 Olson, Andrea 123 Pentecost, Amanda 133 Olson, Jessica 149 Pentecost, Ryoko 121 Olson, Sarah 66 Peoples, Timothy 132 Oman, Candace 130 Perez, Godohaldo 136 Ong, Jessica 143 Perez, Pedro 60 Orcutt, Richard 133 Perkins, Dominique 62 At WSU you’ll discover Organ, Kenna 107 Perkins, Vanessa 68 Osborn, Christopher 148 Perry, Kristyn 120 Osborne, Darryion 91 Persaud, Elizabeth 70 ƭɥ The only clinically oriented degree of its kind in Osborne, Leslie 78 Perz, Meagan 139 Oseroff, Sam 120 Peters, Christopher 63 Utah or the surrounding states Oti, Ayodele 89 Peters, Daniel 57 ƭɥ Many online courses for access no matter where Ottley, Ashley 136 Peters, Katherine 75 Ouk, James 58, 108 Petersen, Emily 114 you live or work Overdorf, Rebekah 125 Petersen, Matthew 61, 94 ƭɥ Advanced knowledge of cardiovascular imaging, Owen, Justin 63 Peterson, Kelby 140 Owens, Daniel 83 Peterson, Kirsten 122 one of the fastest growing fields in health-care Owens, Kayla 128 Peterson, Michael 65 Owens, Matt 90 Petkunas, Nicholas 66 Ozier, Amadi 88 Petrone, Adam 125 Ozier, Dalila 55 Petrzelka, Joseph 58 weber.edu/radsci Petty, Spencer 78 Peyton, Larissa 142 phone: 801-626-6128 Pfuhl, Maurine 103 [email protected] Index by Presenter

Rafferty, Deborah 130 Rixmann, Kevin 123 Sanchez, Andrea 63 Shah, Aman 124 Rager, Samantha 30 Roach, Kelli 64 Sande, Hannah 71 Shah, Moksha 95 Ragland, Warren 139 Roath, Mary 124 Sanders, Sara 68 Shales, Jonathan 77 Ragni, Anna 67 Roberts, Allyson 128 Sanderson, Autumn 141 Shapiro, Darien 128 Rague, Ryan 120 Roberts, Eric 125 Sandmann, Megan 139 Sharif, Takwa 94 Rahhal, Raneen 108 Roberts, Janelle 135 Sands, Annis Rachel 77 Sharma, Umang 55 Rainford, Shauna-kay 130 Roberts, Jessica 146 Santa, Emmanuel 125 Shaw, Jeff 92 Rakoske, Jesse 141 Roberts, Julie 138 Santoli, Joseph 76 Shaw, Joseph 84 Ramcharan, Sandy 113 Robertson, Clinton 140 Santos Vanderlinder, Melina 135 Sheals, Kate 65, 146 Ramold, Mariah 110, 122 Robertson, Keaton 97 Sargent, Nykole 87 Shelburne, Morgan 83 Ramos, Andira 136 Robertson, Luke 136 Sarica, Ulascan 84 Shepherd, Anne 130 Ramos, Boyd 56 Robinson, Cory 76 Sasaki, Lindsay 75 Shepherd, Collin 61 Ramos, Makanaokeakua 56 Robinson, DeOren 82 Sauber, Nicole 97 Sheppard, Devaun 104 Ramsey, Siera 83 Robinson, Jessica 111 Sauer, Carrie 111 Sherlock, Joseph 70 Ramstrom, Danielle 105 Robinson, Kianna 59 Sauerwein, Mary 55 Sherrod, Jessica 58 Ran, Dagong 79 Robison, Mark 60 Saunders, Cassandra 144 Shetty, Niriksha 109 Randle, Blake 90 Robles-Garcia, Joshua 65 Savage, Kirstie 120 Shivock, Christopher 68 Ranero, Saide 88 Roche, Cesia 110 Scavotto, Rosemary 93 Shoemate, Megan 110 Ransom, Jason 116 Rochel, Christaugh 79 Schaefer, Krista 58 Shrestha, Manisha 101 Rascher, Jonathan 90 Rodriguez, Christie 139 Schaetz, Davina 89 Shriner, Richard 98 Rascon, Nora 79 Rodriguez, Gerardo 116 Scharf, Nathan 87 Shubert, Jennifer 91 Ratermann, Anne 71 Rodriguez, Isabel 102 Scherer, Jeanne 120 Shupe, Laura 115 Ravindran, Anindita 92 Rodriguez, Paul 63 Schick, Kyle 72 Sibbett, Taylor 72 Rawlings, Daniel 124 Rodriguez, Yorlenis 119 Schindler, Peter 121 Siddique, Sairah 100 Rawlings, Robert 92 Rodriguez Perez, Fernando 123 Schlotterback, Mark 87 Sigmon, Lora 74 Ray, Christopher 100 Roedner, Lauren 104 Schmid, Cheyenne 131 Sikes, Christine 144 Raymond, Jason 96 Roering, Christine 110 Schmidt, Alexander 154 Siler, Brooke 123 Rea, Richard 153 Rogers, Kathryn 125 Schmidt, Amelia 126 Silkonis, Helen 107 Read, Richard 115 Rojas, Giney 135 Schmidt, Casey 68 Sim, Charles 136 Redinger, Ashley 119 Rolle, Danelle 139 Schmidt, Rebekah 116 Simmons, Collette 135 Redway, Flona 44 Rollins, Scott 65 Schmitz, Heather 133 Simon, Thomas 115 Reece, Lauren 71 Roman, Kelsey 127 Schnathorst, Michelle 150 Simonelli, Matthew 126 Reed, Jeremy 56 Romney, Monica 122 Schneebacher, Elayne 123 Simpson, Ayecia 114 Reeve, Jamie 154 Roozen, Brittnea 65 Schneider, Samantha 152 Simpson, Jessica 94 Regier, MacKenzie 90 Rose, Andrea 68 Schober, Melissa 108 Simpson, Sasha 64 Rehbein, Jennifer 128 Rose, Angela 64 Schock, Elizabeth 81 Sippel, Thomas III 92 Reibman, Morgan 82 Rose, Kathryn 150 Schoer, Jonathan 108 Sitler, Collin 99 Reich, Lyndsey 95 Rose, Shannon 81 Schramm, Amber 147 Siu, Tsun Kwan (Donald) 90 Reidinger, Mary 101 Rosenbower, Bryce 71 Schrock, Megan 108 Sivanich, Charlotte 146 Reilly, Nicole 129 Rosenthal, James 135 Schroeder, Morgan 95 Sizemore, Johnna 133 Reiter, Taylor 139 Rosnik, Andreana 92 Schrupp, Kayla 115 Skelly, Matthew 109 Remke, Michael 103 Ross, Kyla 76 Schuchardt, Brett 118 Slabaugh, Katrina 93 Remkes, Tim 119 Roth, Alexandra 122, 137 Schuchhardt, Caitlyn 88 Slack, Jenna 100 Rencher, KariAnne 67 Roth, Amy 102 Schuerman, Abigail 110 Slade, Michael K. 75 Renn, Alyssa 107 Rothenfluh, Emma 68 Schulz, Sarah 110 Slobodnyak, Todd 125 Reque, Tammy 122 Rovito, Craig 113 Schwab, Allie 135 Small, Devonique 85 Retzlaff, Brynne 115 Rowe, Brittany 108 Schwab, Danielle 77 Smathers, Caleb 120 Rexhepaj, Megi 107 Ruan, Ting 68, 92 Schwartz, Ben 113 Smith, Adam 82 Reyes Chavez, Eduardo 71 Rubaharan, Myurajan 144 Schwirtz, Kaili 96 Smith, Alexis 104 Reynolds, Bailey 60 Rubbico, Brittany 151 Scofield, Adam 115 Smith, Brent 95 Reynolds, Brittany 108, 113 Rubenstein, Ethan 68 Scott, Jason 98 Smith, Crystal 138 Reynolds, Daniel 67 Rueckert, Rachel 82 Seaman, Cassandra 152 Smith, Daniel 154 Rha, Kyoungsun 144 Ruesch, Daniel 150 Sebastian, Kiran 143 Smith, Drake 107 Rice, Joshua 108 Rulison, Blake 149 Seferos, Whitney 60 Smith, Frank 104 Rice, Richard 59 Runkel, Jacob 108 Seitz, Kerry Jr. 98 Smith, Imari 111 Rice, Tehya 73 Rutherford, Nolan 121 Selby, Sydney 55 Smith, Jacob 62, 93 Rich, Ashley 128 Rutledge, Nakisha 121 Selden, Mary 122 Smith, Jeff 56 Rich, Walter 128 Ryan, Danielle 122, 141 Sellers, Blake 110 Smith, Keaton 82 Richard, Jessica 60 Ryan, Kyle 153 Sellner, Katie 135 Smith, Kelly 75, 152 Richards, Jackson 107 Ryan, Shannon 65 Seltzer, Kevin 136 Smith, Kyle 129 Richards, Michael 154 Semerjyan, Vardan 140 Smith, Laura 134 Richards, Robert 61 S Seng, Chony 110 Smith, Leah 68 Richardson, Kendalee 119 Sabel, Emma 107 Sepers, Charles 110, 114 Smith, Mark 121 Richardson, Nicole 126 Sabey, David 88, 93 Serfling, Gregory 79 Smith, Nicholas 149 Richardson, Anthony Jr. 152 Sachs, Rod 100 Seringer, Katie 91 Smith, Rosanna 111, 122, 141 Richey, Emily 105 Sadler, Kyle 121 Serrano-García, William 136 Smith, Tyler 108, 124 Richter, Jessica 94 Sage, Kylie 107 Servent, Brittany 133 Smithberger, Anna 85 Richter, Ryan 59 Saiko, Katelyn 121 Sesok, Christina 57 Smolinski, Rachel 82 Rider, David 56 Salmi, Ellen 151 Severson, Nicholas 67 Snopkowski, Timothy 87 Rijal, Binish 61 Salo, Trianna 93 Seyb, Hannah 86 Snow, Camilla 120 Riley, Wytnee 126 Samarasingha, Iranga 112 Seymour, Lauren 141 Snyder, Jessica 67 Ritter, Michael 141 Sanabria-Diaz, Adrian 136 Seymour, Meagan 115 Snyder, Megan 74 Rivera, Javier 120 Sanati-Mehrizy, Paymon 104 Shackelford, Falon 89 Sohl, Ian 140 Rivera-Torres, Karla 146 Shaffer, Patrick 103 Sokoya, Adedamola 104 Index by Presenter

Soliz, Nicholas 90 Strelow, Bryan 92 Thein, Soe 72 Valder, Eric 123 Sollis, Sarah 131 Stright, Travis 100 Thomas, Andrew 150 Valosky, Kristen 152 Solorzano, Cristal 151 Strimple, Hilary 81 Thomas, Josh 130 Van Beek, Shannalee 63 Sommerfeldt, Sasha 122 Stroh, Megan 55 Thomas, Katie 149 Van Calster, Kacie 131 Sorensen, Brian 135 Strohkirch, Chelsey 62 Thomas, Lauren 98 van der Watt, Nadia 100 Soucy, Alicia 113 Strong, Erika 142 Thomas, Monica 112 Van Dreel, Shauntal 71, 101 South, David 129 Strong, Samuel 57 Thomas, Ondreia 124 Van Fleet, Kristen 142 Souther, Olivia 61 Stronge, Edward 150 Thompson, James 95 Van Galen, Ashley 107 Spangler, Ethan 89, 99 Stroud, Aaron 81 Thompson, Laurel 118 Van Lankvelt, Katelyn 131 Sparks, Melanie 98 Stuart, Kevin 70 Thomson, Rose 91 Van Leer, Jace 143 Sparrow, Jenica 140 Stucki, Danay 99 Thor, Joe 100 Van Nyhuis, Kendra 78 Spelbrink, Laura 131 Studebaker, Kaelynn 126 Thornburg, Jennifer 114 Van Scooter, Evan 125 Spence, Donica 81 Stulken, Tom 103 Thornock, Spencer 108 Vanden Bussche, Alicia 99 Spencer, Cleandrea 136 Stutzman, Diana 75 Thredgold, Brian 64, 104 Vander-Plas, Kristen 83 Spencer, Frazier 125 Styles, Storm 111 Till, Rodney 81 VanderStel, Joseph 72 Spencer, Megan 73 Sudol, Kathrine 66 Tiller, Cory 113 Vanderveen, John 84, 105, 150 Spencer, Todd 93 Sullivan, Luis 140 Tin, Tran 140 VanderZee, Joseph 70 Spiardi, Ryan 77 Sumida, Megan 108 Tindall, Andrew 93 VanDusseldorp, Sarah 88 Spicer, Lucy 103 Summers, Jennifer 120 Tirado, Andrea 132 Vang, Mai Choua 152 Spindler, Brian 129 Sunkara, Bipin 107 Tirre, Alicia 139 Vang, Mai Neng 135 Spirou, Jack 72 Supinski, Megan 113 Titmus, Debra 92 Vang, Mychoua 73 Spraker, Chelsea 153 Supp, Brittney 126 Todd, Kristen 153 Vasiloff, Gina 136 Springer, Caroline 85 Swanson, Theodore 129 Todd, Timothy 71 Vazquez, Alejandro 111 Spruill, Katherine 82 Swindler, Kelsey 78 Told, Josh 118, 128 Vega, Angel 71 Squire, Christian 128 Swinyard, Laura 121 Tolkinen, Jane 87 Velazquez, Efren 127, 146 Squires, Ellen 149 Swisher, Nora 79 Tomevi, Charlotte 79, 127 Veleva, Liliya 152 Squitieri, Christina 56 Syed, Fatima 94 Tomten, Katherine 57 Vernon, Kasey 108 St Jean, Natalia 64 Sylvia, Jessica 99 Tong, Briana 96 Veron, Dylan 97 St. Louis, Lindsay 149 Sylvia, Zeely 137 Tousignant, Rozlyn 103 Verspieren, Gabrielle 119 Stacy, Colin 148 Szewczyk, Erica 122 Touzinsky, Katherine 119 Veurink, Lori 150 Stacy, Rebecca 141 Szuch, Ariel 75 Towers, Sean 75 Vickers, Lindsey 153 Staerk, Jessie 109 Townsend, Samantha 91 Victor, Shanamae 67 Stafne, Molly 90 T Trakhimets, Alesia 124 Vigil, Nick 94 Staheli, Kendra 131 Tafesh, Saleh 82 Trapp, Jessica 152 Villalobos, Amanda 143 Stamon, Amy 71 Tafur, Vicente 109 Trask, Joanna 141 Villarreal, Erica 116 Standridge-Folsom, Cosette 123 Taggart, Charles 129 Traughber, Justin 128 Villarreal, Jannelly 67 Stanford, Charlotte 138 Taheri, Kiana 96 Treutel, Elizabeth 86 Villeda, Angela 78 Stangler, Natalie 102 Takebayashi, Nicholas 139 Trimble, Leslie 155 Villeneuve, Erin 140 Stapp, Zakary 135 Talbot, Michael 112 True, Nicole 101 Vinogradov, Ilya 134 Starck-King, Nicolas 76 Talisman, Nicholas 151 Trujillo, Lisa 114 Virgin, Molly 59 Stearns, Erica 155 Tambi, Sandra 118 Trujillo, Tanner 114 Vitale, Meaghan 109 Steeno, Andrew 153 Tamula, Omar 60 Trukki, Kali 128 Vitter, Alina 89 Steenstra, Joshua 118 Tan, Chin Yiap 139 Trumbo, Jennifer 130 Vodde, E.B. 96 Stepanovs, Sergejs 112 Tan, Yew Ei 140 Trump, Alicia 153 Voelkel, Andrew 125 Stephens, Lindsay 56 Tandon, Ankita 144 Truong, Amanda 74 Voelschow, Erin 110 Stephens, Tanya 114 Tanner, Mary 127 Tschida, Shannon 109 Vogel, D. Jonathan 134 Steullet, Alex 70 Tanner, Ryan 98 Tserendamba, Delgermend 95 Vogl, Carla 130 Stevens, Betsy 113 Tapanes, Daniel 63 Tucker, Mary 145 Vogt, Jill 116 Stevens, Cassandra 152 Tapia, Joshua 98 Tucker, Trevon 152 Vontz, Hannah K. 73, 122 Stevens, James 120 Taquee, Mustafa 133 Tupy, Samantha 99 Votsch, Delia 139 Stevenson, Zachary 118 Tarbet, Heather 123 Turcich, Rebecca 124 Vruwink, Sarah 155 Stever, Ryan 151 Tate, JaLeesa 76 Turcotte, Kelsey 139 Vu, Duong 126 Steward, Walter 134 Tate, Ryan 76 Turner, Aaron 63 Vu, Huyen 150 Stewart, Emily 122, 133 Taylor, Ben 138 Turner, Clayton 149 Stewart, Maria 115 Taylor, Jared 70 Turner, Remington 113 W Stewart, Monica 115 Taylor, Merissa 149 Turpin, Grant 102 Wagers, Gary 89 Stiers, Catherine 99 Taylor, Trisha 96 Turtenwald, Andrea 85 Wagner, Samantha 151 Stipe, Josephine 112 TecleMariam, Ariam 143 Tussey, Ryan 102, 122 Wahle, Hannah-Sophie 59 Stock, David 74 Tehrani, Ana 126 Tweedale, Sarah 67 Walch, Erin 128 Stocks, Grayson 90 Telarroja, Samantha 67, 113 Tweedy, Olga 88 Walker, Daniel 73 Stoddard, Kathryn 115 Tembrina, Janice 150 Tyler, Courtney 155 Walker, Joseph 149 Stoeger, Shauna 73 Teng, Jason 108 Tyler, Sarah 114 Walker, Kasandra 142 Stoehr, Michele 1446 Tengelsen, Benjamin 87 Wallace, Kira 151 Stokdyk, Joel 120 Tentinger, Stephen 126 U Wallmann, Andrew 79 Stone, Orrin 112 Terranella, Samantha 107 Udutha, Pranay 77, 89 Waltz, Alexandria 100 Stoneking, Hayley 59 Terrell, Natasha 130 Ulrich, Nathan 134 Wang, Rui 125 Storage, Michelle 112 Tess, Jessica 88 Umoh, Faith 89 Wang, Xiao 149 Story, Tobin 130 Teten, Jason 136 Uphoff, Daniel 95 Ward, TaNiqua 77 Stover, Justin 113 Thacker, Matthew 70 Warden, Daniel 89 Stover, Sydney 75 Thackston, James-ace 101 V Warner, Adrienne 114 Strait, Abigail 100 Thapa, Krishna 72 Vadapalli, Malati 108 Warren, Emily 78 Stranahan, Lauren 60 Thatcher, Erik 94 Vadnais, Scott 155 Warren, Matthew 60 Stratford, Kimberly 131 Thayer, Andrew 111 Vair, James 145 Warren, Nicholas 55 Stratton, Lauren 155 Index by Presenter

Wartman, Elicia 111 Wilson, Bethany 151 Z Washington, Jon-Michael 84 Wilson, Darryel 148 Zabo, Jordan 87, 119 Waters, Alysha 146 Wilson, Jason 59 Zager, Lauren 105 Waters, Mallory 142 Wilson, Josh 129 Zagorec, John 121 Watts, Stephen 76 Wilson, Katherine 73 Zaidi, Syed 104 Wayne, Korbin 121 Wilson, Monica 63 Zajac, Mark 110 Weaver, Patricia 58 Wilson, Paul 151 Zannotti, Bryan 153 Webb, Adam 78 Wilson-Sharp, Elaine 60, 100 Zasada, Alyssa 112 Webb, Casey 120 Wiltzen, Kjerstie 121 Zdanowski, Daniel 98 Webb, Rebecca 94 Windhauser, Kevin 62 Zeal, Victoria 61 Webb, Shaun 139 Windorff, Cory 98 Zeininger, Katherine 152 Webber, Amanda 107 Winschell, Abigail 115 Zhang, Fei 112 Webber, Tarris 115 Winslow, Chelsea 111 Zhang, Heng 126 Weber, Marcy 75 Winter, Alina 107 Zhang, Robert 116 Webster, Samuel 94 Winter, Benjamin 76 Zhang, Sijia 124 Weibel, Ashley 152 Winters, Elliot 133 Zheng, Laipeng 58 Weinstein, Brooke 92 Witcher, Kristin 84 Zhou, Zhuojing 58, 108 Weiss, Jillian 103 Wojcik, Katharine 151 Zhu, Yenan 131 Weitzeil, Michael 125 Wolf, Mary 67 Zhuang, Yan 140 Weitzel, Nicholas 59, 66 Wolfs, Franciscus 135 Zimet, Amelia 60 Welch, Jacob 74 Womack, Joshua 89 Zimmerman, Christina 141 Welker, Martin 107 Wong, Margaret 59 Zimmerman, Devon 146 Wells, Bradley 131 Wong, Sara 133 Zinman, Adam R. 60 Welz, Hope 150 Woock, Alicia 138 Zinschlag, Bryan 102 Wente, Sarah 76 Wood, Jonathan 108 Zobell, Trevor 108 Wercberger, Racheli 58 Wood, Lance 135 Zoppo, Natalie 121 Wernecke, Tyler 143 Wood, Samuel 103 Zou, Tian 131 Westbay, Curtis 105 Wood, Shannon 107 Zwifelhofer, Wesley 122 Westcott, Elaine 88 Woodhull, Amanda 150 Weston, Samantha 83 Woodruff, Nicole 155 Westphal, Kelly 113 Woods, Maurice III 88 Wexler, Emily 107 Woody, Steven 104 Weyandt, Bradley 149 Woolsey, Cory 126 Whale, Casey 139 Worley, Jami 80 Whaley, Samantha 101 Wosen, Jonathan 90 Wharmby, Sarah 96 Wright, Christina 111 Whayne, Kymberli 108 Wright, Jessica 126 White, Emelia 68 Wright, Joshua 87 White, John 118 Wright, Madeleine 70 White, Julia 70 Wright, Rachel 113 White, Karen 87 Wu, Yu 150 White, Nathaniel 87 Wu, Yuening 58, 108 Whiteley, Georgianna 107 Wu, Yuesi 82 Whiteley, Jason 93 Wuthrich, Kyle 122 Whitener, Rashida 144 Wynkoop, Sean 95 Whittaker, Michael 83 Whitten, Andrya 124 X Whyland, Angela 103 Xiong, Khongchee 115 Wickens, Kali 64 Xiong, Sara 152 Wicker, Amy 122 Wickham, Allison 134 Widing, Kathryn 60 Y Wiggers, Sloane 61 Yakubov, Yakov 140 Wikle, Olivia 86 Yang, Lesley 59 Wilkes, Scott 138 Yang, See 148 Wilkinson, Jaci 69 Yates, Capre 77 Wilkinson, Kory 104 Ye, Yujin 98 Willadsen, Gail 124 Yearous, Janet 64 Willand, Zachary 121 Yenger Cremean, Samantha 59 Williams, Brittany 62 Yoo, Chae Kyung 67 Williams, Carissa 61 York, Shane 141 Williams, Charmonix 150 Yorty, Brandon 138 Williams, Daniel 96 Yost, Bryan 128 Williams, Erin 79 Young, Benjamin 103 Williams, Jason 88 Young, Kaysha 139 Williams, Kameryn 101 Young, Kelly 138 Williams, Kendrea 109 Young, Lisa 57 Williams, Mary 78 Younus, Salma 131 Williams, Mohogany 88 Yuen, Brenton 144 Williamson, Izaak 79 Williamson, Justin 120 Williamson, Ryan 72 Willis, Elizabeth 131 Willis, Matthew 83 University of Wisconsin-La Crosse is an exceptional university with a wide range of both undergraduate and graduate academic programs. The experts at U.S.News & World Report and Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine consistently rank UW-L among the best colleges in the country. There are many reasons why UW-L is a great university to host NCUR 2013 and attend graduate school; here are just a few: t1VCMJD DPNQSFIFOTJWFVOJWFSTJUZGPVOEFEJO t1BSUPGUIFQSFTUJHJPVT6OJWFSTJUZPG8JTDPOTJO4ZTUFN t TUVEFOUT64TUBUFTBOEDPVOUSJFTSFQSFTFOUFE

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