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2018
Thursday, April 12th
9:25 AM

Greek Portrayals of Madness

Samantha Healy, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

9:25 AM

Mirrored Image: The Socialized Familial Notions Reflected in the Ancient Athenian Legal System

Stephanie Mooney, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

9:25 AM

The Invocations of the Muses: An Exploration into Greek Epistemology and the Divine Process of Poetry

Yeshim Kayim-Yanko, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

9:25 AM

10:05 AM

A Sense of Humor: How Hippocratic Traditions Revolutionized Greek Medicine

Emily Siniscalco, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

10:05 AM

Enforcing Expectations: Cross-Dressing and its Consequences in Aristophanic Comedy and Euripidean Tragedy

Dean Shinner, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

10:05 AM

Gender in Athenian Drama and Daily Life: Women's Participation in Sacrifices and Festivals

Maria White, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

10:05 AM

10:50 AM

A Comprehensive Plan for Sexual Education in Schools

Sydney Joyce, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

10:50 AM

A Shortcoming of High-school and a Possible Solution

Ioan Dascalu, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

10:50 AM

Fear of Failure: The Importance of Resilience, Grit, and Confidence

Peyton Greco, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

10:50 AM

11:30 AM

Men Are Men and Women Are Women: Gender, Sexuality, and Polish Nationalism in "I Love You No Matter What"

Maggie Lapinski, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

11:30 AM

Teens Need More Than Sex: An Introduction to Romantic Health and Relationship Education (Film)

Rachel Volkin, Ithaca College
Gavin Berger, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

11:30 AM

The Stigmatization of Mental Illness Through Auditory and Visual Representations

Jessica Scarano, Ithaca College
Katrina Webster, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

11:30 AM

12:10 PM

Artificial Eloquence: Computer-Based Analysis of Human and Robotic Dialogue in Classic Science Fiction

Claire Cahoon, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

12:10 PM

Examining the Social Complications of Ralph Waldo Emerson's "Self-Reliance"

Ian Sawyer, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

12:10 PM

Looking Beyond the Image: An Analysis of Three Sentō Bishojō Characters in Japanese Anime

Alayna Lee Vander Veer, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

12:10 PM

1:10 PM

Gender Role-Reversal in Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates

Samantha Lemza, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

1:10 PM

Nimona: a New Monster

Angelina M. Randazzo, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

1:10 PM

The Subversion of Coming-of-Age Tropes in Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird

Cole Herrmann, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

1:10 PM

1:50 PM

Arthur in Scotland: an Exploration of 15th-Century Kingship in Literature

Jenna McKenzie, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

1:50 PM

Bilingual Intercultural Education: An exploration of Second Language Learning in Ecuador

Alyse Harris, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

1:50 PM

Immigration, Migration and Borders in Southern Arizona: Park Scholar Senior Service-Learning Trip

Menalie Hyde, Ithaca College
Ahana Dave, Ithaca College
Christina Rucinski, Ithaca College
Erika Olsen, Ithaca College
Yena Seo, Ithaca College
Charlotte Robertson, Ithaca College
Christopher Biehn, Ithaca College
Aaron Zufall, Ithaca College
Jeremy Block, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

1:50 PM

2:35 PM

“Girls Can’t Do That”: A Look at How We Condition Women Out of STEM Careers

Danika Wagener, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

2:35 PM

Linguistic Barriers to Healthcare in Ecuador: Moving Past Assumptions and Toward Understanding

Tony Cosby, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

2:35 PM

MLK Scholars Case Study Research

Seondre Carolina, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

2:35 PM

3:15 PM

A “Helping Hand”: Educational Obstacles Within the Ecuadorian Educational System & Its Effects

Nnebundo A. Obi, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

3:15 PM

Media? For the People or for its Master?

Victoria Jackson, Ithaca College

Emerson A, Phillips Hall

3:15 PM