Concert: Ethel quartet plus guitarist Kaki King
Hard-driving guitarist Kaki King combines forces with New York-based string quartet Ethel, which joined King on her latest album, "Glow." $18, including parking ($5 for SUNY Oswego students). 312-2141. http://www.oswego.edu/arts
Location: Waterman Theatre, Tyler Hall
Wednesday, March 26, 7:30 p.m. - 8:45 p.m.
Men's Lacrosse vs St. John Fisher
Location: Oswego, NY- South Athletic Field
Saturday, March 22, 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Men's Lacrosse vs. Elmira
Location: Oswego, NY- South Athletic Field
Tuesday, March 25, 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
GOLD Third Thursdays
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Location: Various Cities
Thursday, March 20, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Oswego Night at the Crunch
More Information: http://goo.gl/wNRKdD
Location: The War Memorial at Oncenter, Montgomery Street, Syracuse, NY, United States
Saturday, March 22, 7 p.m. - 10 p.m.
School of Business
Accounting: David Weaver, Countrywide Case.
Business Administration: Andrew Hines, Countrywide Case.
Marketing/International Business: Megan Haufe, Entering the Franchise World: Trends, Downfalls, and How to Be Successful.
School of Communication, Media and the Arts
Graphic Design: Angela Varos, Early Bird.
Broadcast-Mass Communication: Brett Ferrante, Accepting WikiLeaks as Press.
Communication Studies: Mollie Didio, Cross-Sex Friendships: How It Happens and Why It Works.
Journalism: Aimee Hirsch, Article Profile: Outdoor Education.
Public Relations: Kelsey Clark, K & L Communications Press Release.
Theatre: Katie Morris, The Changing Motivations of AIDS Performance.
School of Education
Adolescence Education: Ashley Maher, Illuminating Inequities: My Encounter with Arn Chorn-Pond.
Childhood Education: Nicole Leader, Through the Halls of P.S. 188: A Journey of Inspiration.
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages: Brittney Simmons, Grammar Time.
Wellness Management: Megan Reinecker, Media's Effect on the Prevalence of Eating Disorders.
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Anthropology: Samantha Kirby, Ethics and the American Anthropological Association.
Biochemistry: Erin Williams, Formation of Complex Organics in the Gas Phase by Sequential Reactions of Acetylene with the Phenylium Ion.
Biology: Regan Robinson-Barnes, Extraction, Sequencing and Analysis of Human mtDNA Taken from a U.S. Population.
Chemistry: Jennifer Glenn, Mechanistic Study of Alcohol Dehydration on -Al₂O₃.
Cinema and Screen Studies: Mike Fisher, The Rebirth of Neorealism in American Independent Cinema.
Cognitive Sc ience: Elizabeth Cuzzacrea, Do Artificial Neural Networks Really Prefer Blondes?
Creative Writing: Paige Belisle, Back to the Canyon
Earth Science-Geology: Seth Pratt, An Introduction to Salt Tectonics in the Gulf of Mexico.
Economics: Shannon Banaszak, Women in the Workforce: Before 1900.
English: Brittany Sperino Horsford, The Struggle of the Seamstress: Stitching Yourself Into Existence.
English 102: Daniella Guzman, What the Killer Clown Stole From Me.
French: Xiaoying Wang, Chanter Sans Arrêt.
Human Development: Jessica Paul, Cultivating Philanthropy in College Students: Education, Connection, and Networking.
Linguistics: Kate Freeman, Nou Se Lengwist.
Math: Jessica Krebs, Cleaning Lake Ontario.
Philosophy: Daniel Goldman, Scientific Realism and Reference.
Political Science: Jake Buckland, Politics as a Façade: Doublespeak and Political Marketing.
Psychology: Colleen Emond, Preservation of the Martyr: A Sociobiological Analysis of Morality.
Public Justice: Gaston Owen, Theory and Practice Paper.
Spanish: Alara Bedka, La Pina Misteriosa and Ensayo de Analisis Sobre Todos los Fuegos el Fuego.
Sociology: Ashley Sauers, Examining 'Reverse Discrimination' through the Lens of White Privilege.
Zoology: Zuzi Salais, The Role of Wolbachia in Host Evolution: Can it Drive Speciation?
Counseling and Psychological Services: Joanna Bruckner, The Effects of Virtual Social Support on Depression and Suicidality in College.
Educational Administration: Amy Hibbard, The Effective Principal: Riding the Wave.
Literacy Education: Keri Frazer, Digital Literacy and Dragonborn: Observing a World within Skyrim.
Literacy Education: Elaine Eckam, Ms. Eckam's Classroom Library: What Will You Read Next?
Literacy Education: Alexa Thayer, A Teacher in a Critical Classroom.
Special Education: Lauren Fox, Literacy Program Analysis for 'Sam'.
School of Business
School of Communication, Media, and the Arts
Art: Martin De Vita, Andre Kertesz.
Art History: Rhiannon Throop, Robert Houle: Painting the Untold.
Broadcasting-Mass Communications: Asa T. Stackel, The Internet and the New Public Figure.
Journalism: Jacob Pucci, News Analysis: Foodstamps.
Music: Elizabeth Canfield, Hildegard of Bingen.
Public Relations: Amy Wise, Critique of the Outside Speaker.
Theatre: Katlyn Smegelsky, Theatre in Nazi Germany.
School of Education
Adolescent Education: Brittany DeJohn, Critical Cultural Autobiography: 'Who Am I?' and Learner-Centered Exploration of Arabic Culture Through Literature.
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages: Lisa Husung, Defying Language.
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
American Studies: Caitlin Matwijec, Consistently indian in the Gaze of the Spectator: Urban indians in Kent MacKenzie's The Exiles.
Anthropology: Khrystyne Tschinkel, Book Critique: Sex and War.
Biochemistry: Yoshihiro Miura, Minor Groove to Major Groove, an Unusual DNA Sequence-Dependent Change in Bend Directionality by a Distamycin Dimer.
Chemistry: Alex Szypryt, Two-Step Matrix Application for the Enhancement and Imaging of Latent Fingermarks.
Cinema and Screen Studies: Kim Bezhadi, Focus Features: A New Safe Haven for Queer and Gay Cinema. (Forthcoming, in Film Matters. Web.)
Cognitive Science: Abigail L. Kleinsmith, A Modern View on the Third Culture Movement: Neural Networks and Music.
Computer Science: Jacob M. Peck, Explorations in Algorithmic Composition: Systems of Composition and Examination of Several Original Works.
Creative Writing: Andrew Kowal, Donny.
Earth Sciences: Lacey Pittman, Hydrogeology of the Stratified-drift Aquifers in the Cayuta Creek and Catatonk Creek Basins. (Forthcoming, US Geological Survey. Print.)
English: Tarin Bonvino, Sexual and Racial Passing: The Illusion of Choice in the Novels of Eliza Haywood and Charles Chesnutt.
First-Year Composition: Co-Winners: Dan Durocher, Lighting the Literacy Fire, Brigid Myers, Artistic Grammar, and Ruth Perez, The Rose that Grew from the Concrete.
French: Joey Perez, Voltaire, Rousseau, et Beaumarchais: Les Sociologues du Siècle des Lumières (Voltaire, Beaumarchais, and Rousseau: The Social Commentators of the Enlightenment).
German: Michael Monroe, Die Gänsemagd (The Goose Girl) and Rotkäppchen (Little Red Riding Hood).
Human Development: Amber Dunn, Caring for the Elderly and Their Informal Caregivers.
Linguistics: Chelsea Koehler, Voicing Alternation in Russian.
Mathematics: Richard DiSalvo, The Finite Dimensional Normed Linear Space Theorem.
Philosophy: Keith Harris, Against Limited Pessimistic Induction: A Rebuttal to Hobbs.
Political Science: Co-Winners: Stephon Boatwright, Common Sense, and Amanda Weber, The Democratic or Undemocratic Public Referendum and Publicly Funding Private Sports Facilities.
Psychology: Jessica Ciattei, Attachment and Divorce: A Review of the Literature.
Public Justice: Abby Gymburch, Theory and Practice: Police Socialization.
Sociology: Timothy Huppert, Max Weber: Finding Significance In Reality.
Spanish: Loreley Gómez, Las perdidas en Paula y el crecimiento espiritual
Zoology: Ryan Laughlin, The Evolution and Ecology of the Bonobo (Pan paniscus).
Accounting/MBA: Kyle Lyskawa, Accounting for Troubled Debt Restructurings.
Counseling and Psychological Services: Penny Lupo, Partnering With Teachers: Changing Lenses. (Play Therapy Magazine, 7.12 (March 2012): 10-13. Print.)
English: Philip Goodwin, Real World Competencies?: Practices of the Twenty-First Century American University and the Pedagogical Effects on Composition and Rhetoric.
Literacy Education: Derrick Smith, Bringing Fantasy and Science Fiction into the Classroom. (ALAN Review, Winter 2012: 19-24. Print.)
Adolescence Education: Carrie Nunez, Memoir: My Five Lessons
Anthropology: Chenshen Wang, Efficacy of Alternative Medicine: Biomedical Hegemony
Art History, Winner: Rebecca Fisher, Purity: The Cleansing of the Arts in Postwar America
Art History, Honorable Mention: Marrisa Hill, Kenojuak Ashevak: An Inuit Artist Recognized by the Modern Art World
Art History, Honorable Mention: Jessica Finch, Raven Imagery in Northwest Coast Indian Art
Art History, Honorable Mention: Martin DeVita, An Analysis of Psychoanalytic Interpretation in Modern Art
Studio Art: Jamie Fackelman, Jeff Koons
Broadcast Communication: Chelsea Hogan, Broadband Discrimination and Network Neutrality
Biochemistry: Heidi Osterman, Forensic Differentiation of paper by X-ray diffraction and infrared Spectroscopy
Biology: Brandon Jardine, Evolution and Phylogeny of Some Major Aquatic Radiation of Coleoptera
Chemistry: Ashlee Mein, Photoelectrical and Photoresponsive Properties of Bi2S3 Nanotube and Nanoparticle Thin Films
Childhood Education: Rachael Huver, Critical Experiences in Becoming a Teacher
Cinema and Screen Studies: Eric Wojtanik, The Living End of New Queer Cinema
Communication Studies: Elliott Bishop, Yours, Mine, and Ours: Communication Theory Analysis
Counseling and Psychological Services: Emily Dufore and Carly Honors, Using CBM in Reading and Math to Predict Performance on NYS ELA and Math Assessments
Creative Writing: Jennifer Schifferle, Light Switches
Earth Sciences: Joshua D. Valentino, Bedrock Fracture Control on Surface and Subsurface Hydrogeology in the TugHill Plateau and the Environmentai Implications
Economics: Richard DiSalvo, On the Methodology of Economics
English: Allain Daigle, The Caveats of Utopia: A Language of False-Certainty
French: Bryan Koller, Un jour froid d’octobre (A Cold October Day)
German: Petra Harris, Das hofische Epos in der deutschen Literaturgeschichte (The Courtly Epic)
History: Charlie Clas, Rape as Resistance: Examining the Narrative of "Arthur"
Human Development: Co-winners: Arielle Glott, Risk Factors for the Development of PTSD, and Nicole Raymond, Breaking the Cycle of Child Sexual Abuse: A Program for Parents
Journalism: Micaela Parker, Harvey Milk vs. The Machine: How LGBT Issues Were Reported in the United States from the Cold War Until the Present
Linguistics: Stephen Knack, Alternation in English Words with Suffixes: Where Did the [n] Come From?
Math: Sam Carnicelli, An Analysis on the Distribution of Drawn Lottery Numbers
Physics: Paul Steadham, The Question of Magnetic Monopoles: Exploring the Concepts and Possibilities of the Single-Sided Magnet
Political Science: Zachary M. Primrose, Presidential Success: A Product of Character of Circumstances?
Psychology: Rachel Peraino, Resiliency Factors and PTSD in Children
Public Justice: Megan Nugent, Direct to Consumer Advertising of Psychotropic Medications and Its Role in Perceptions of Mental Illness
Public Relations: Elaine Wu, 3-Stage Approaches: Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans, Pre-Crisis Response Analyzed
Spanish: Andrew Krupnicki, La Privatizacion de las Empresas Estadounidenses (The Privatization of American Businesses)
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages: Co-Winners: Laurie France, Teaching Pre-Service Mainstream Teachers about TESOL, and Julie Popp, Problem Set 3: Problem 2 Alternation of n in Bare and Suffixed Stems
Vocational Teacher Preparation: Co-Winners: Brittany Keefer, Teacher Work Sample: Cosmetology I, and Megan Osetek, Teacher Work Sample
Wellness Management: Grayam Dorschel, Melanoma and the Seven Dimensions of Wellness
Women’s Studies: Caitlin Matwijec, High Society Love, or, Woman as Nothing