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Spring 2022 Senior Capstone Presentations

by Jonathan Ross

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As Spring 2022 comes to a close, don’t forget to check out fellow students’ senior capstone presentations. All capstone presentations are free to attend and open to all students regardless of major. If a presentation is to be held virtually, its corresponding link is included.

Wednesday, April 20

  • Strategic Management Capstone Presentations by Ethan Campion, Kathryn Kutz, Brendan McLaughlin, Timothy Price, Michael Sherid, Cole Rendulic, and Hayley Saxton (Powers Hall 109 at 9 a.m.)
  • Biochemistry Capstone Presentations on Microalgae by Ricardo Aznar, Reanne Boyce, Ann Iniguez, Maria Calabro, Brittany Eyler, Hannah Spina, Michael Cannon, Logan Clemmer, Alex Rodriguez, Josie Eckman, Brianna Housley, Kendra Kennedy, Alycia Lynch, Ryan Smith, Lauren Yoder, and Alexis Ray (Smith Hall 205 at 11 a.m.)
  • “The Misrepresentation of African Americans in the Media” by Emily Earle (via Zoom at 11 a.m.)
  • “How the Post War Labor Movement in the Auto Industry Became a Feminist Movement” by Kaitlyn Peterson (Powers Hall 117 at 1 p.m.)
  • “Early Medici Women in Fifteenth-Century Florence: The Family Counsel and Arbiters” by Lara Bromyard (Powers Hall 117 at 1 p.m.)
  • “The Avondale Mining Disaster: A Second Look at the Causes, Consequences, and the Conclusion” by Marcus Hale (Powers Hall 117 at 1 p.m.)
  • “US Government and Civilian Perspectives on the Republic of China’s Blue Shirt Society, 1931-1947” by Christian Dutrow (Powers Hall 117 at 1 p.m.)
  • “‘They Plowed, they Reaped, Rifle in Hand’: The Frontier Defense of Revolutionary Era Westmoreland Country” by Brook Kovalcik (Powers Hall 117 at 1 p.m.)

Thursday, April 21

  • “When Presidents Propagandize the Public: An Analysis of Former President Donald Trump and RT’s Tweets” by Madison Jarnot (Powers Hall 109 at 11:30 a.m.)
  • “The Realignment of the Catholic Vote in the U.S. Presidential Elections of 200 to 2016” by Joyce Lin (Powers Hall 109 at 11:30 a.m.)
  • Sam Burnette, Kyle Harper, and Madison Jarnot present their chapter books at the English Writing Capstone Book Launch (Hempfield Room at 7 p.m.)

Friday, April 22

  • Strategic Management Capstone Presentations by Thomas Arbuckle, Brady Bonadio, Faith Greenfield, Hannah Hershell, Matthew Johnson, Alexis Loughner, and Michael Sedlak (Powers Hall 109 at 9 a.m.)
  • “Psychological Methods and Strategies in Athletic Coaching” by Reed Bursic (via Zoom at 11 a.m.)
  • “The Importance of Athletics within College Campuses” by Jacob Davey (via Zoom at 11 a.m.)
  • “The Religious Effects of Churchmen’s Attitudes and Responses to the Black Death in London 1348-1349” by Melissa Crookston (Powers Hall 117 at 1 p.m.)
  • “Andy Warhol’s Appropriation Art: The Different Forms and Comparisons of Their Receptions” by Braden Stiffler (Powers Hall 117 at 1 p.m.)
  • “Differences in the Pyramid Texts in the Old Kingdom, 2686-2181 BCE” by Javin Melvin (Powers Hall 117 at 1 p.m.)
  • “John Ruskin’s Influence on Politics After the English Industrial Revolution” by Mikayla Lewandowski (Powers Hall 117 at 1 p.m.)
  • Hannah Florey’s presentation on authorship and the female Gothic in Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein” (Powers Hall 113 at 3 p.m.)
  • Shannon Dunn’s presentation on homosexuality and epistolary form in Bram Stoker’s “Dracula” (Powers Hall 113 at 3 p.m.)

Monday, April 25

  • Michele Laity’s production of “Almost Maine” (Ferguson Theater at 7 p.m.)

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