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Senior Theses

CHID’s commitment to project-based learning culminates in the senior thesis, which helps students develop their own interests and increase the depth of their scholarly engagement. The process of arriving at a research question, connecting with UW faculty on shared research interests, performing research, and writing are each integral parts of this capstone experience.

Author/Title Research Type Related Fields

Volkman, Jon. Through the Eyes of a Mongoose: The Intent of Audience. 2011.

Undergraduate, Senior Theses Reception Studies

Black, Christina. Pedagogical Explorations in Embracing Change, Fluidity, and the Future: Transforming the system from the inside out. 2011.

Undergraduate, Senior Theses Education
Breier, Jacob. Music as Pedagogy: Concept Albums and Close Listening. 2011. Undergraduate, Senior Theses Education
Brennan, Lucy. Untitled (Plush figures and books). 2010. Undergraduate, Senior Theses Literature and Other Arts
Melvey, Katelyn. Learning Language the Second Time Around: Pedagogical Considerations for the Adult Learner. 2010. Undergraduate, Senior Theses Education
DiStefano, Anna. Wasted, High and Horny: A Look into Stereotypical College Life and Why it Happens. 2010. Undergraduate, Senior Theses Education
Sagum, Michael. Deaf Education: Oralism, ASL and the Road to College. 2010. Undergraduate, Senior Theses Disability
Acker, Katy. Life. Love. Food. My Journey to Conscious Living. 2010. Undergraduate, Senior Theses Food
Calhoun, Jordan. Cultural Boundaries: An Introductory Approach. 2010. Undergraduate, Senior Theses Postcolonial
Abernathy, Kendra. Democracy & Discourse: Improving Discourse with Sex Education. 2010. Undergraduate, Senior Theses Body

Choe, Tammy. Love and Food. 2010.

Undergraduate, Senior Theses Food
Horn, Shelly Renee. The Western Wedding: Origins and Attitudes. 2010. Undergraduate, Senior Theses Culture
Hall, Alicia. Ugly Beautiful Different the visual representations of good and evil and their reflections upon the collective unconscious. 2010. Undergraduate, Senior Theses Visual Culture
Bays, Morgan. The Twenty-Something Mother in the "Generation of Emerging Adults." 2010. Undergraduate, Senior Theses Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies
Danch, Siana. Hedonism as a form of subjugating Bio-power: Viennese Industrialization and Literary Criticism. 2010. Undergraduate, Senior Theses Literary Criticism
Jones, Elizabeth. Ideologies of Oppression: Toward a New Understanding of Human and Non-Human Relations. 2010. Undergraduate, Senior Theses Animal Studies
Donohue, Courtney. Meltdown of the Pot: An Examination of the United States as a "Melting Pot" of Cultures. 2010. Undergraduate, Senior Theses Sociology
Siegrist, Holly. Disability and Identity: The value of expression. 2010. Undergraduate, Senior Theses Disability

Lieberman, Lisa D.. Chocolate as an Aphrodisiac: a feast for the senses. 2010.

Undergraduate, Senior Theses Food
Stump, Stacie Ariana. "Brandon's Story A Look at Systematic Discrimination of People with Developmental Disabilities." 2010. Undergraduate, Senior Theses Disability
Riddick, Anjali. School Culture and Identity: Nathan Hale. 2010. Undergraduate, Senior Theses Education

Ruff, Alishia. Unraveling Asain American Culture on YouTube. 2009.

Undergraduate, Senior Theses Media Studies
Cordova, Danielle. Critical Literacy in the Classroom: U.S. History as Taught to High School Students. 2009. Undergraduate, Senior Theses Education

Krukonis, Megan. Untitled (DVD). 2009.

Undergraduate, Senior Theses Film/Cinema
O'Connor, Scott. Film and Theory: The Present Colonial Identity. 2009. Undergraduate, Senior Theses Film/Cinema

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