GENIUS Olympiad award ceremony
Winners among the 331 finalists will receive awards in the global high school environmental competition. Many students dress in native costume for the ceremony and wave their nations' flags. 312-2698. Free; parking for those attending GENIUS Olympiad events is available in the large residential, employee and commuter lots south of Hart and Funnelle residence halls; there will be limited parking in Lot 1, an employee lot west of Mary Walker Health Center. http://www.oswego.edu/news/index.php/site/news_story/genius_finalists_2013
Location: Arena and Convocation Hall, Campus Center
Thursday, June 20, 1:15 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Third Summer Session begins
Monday, July 8, noon - noon
Men's Soccer Classic - Alfred vs. Morrisville
Location: Oswego, NY- Laker Soccer Field
Friday, Aug 30, 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Men's Soccer Classic - Oswego State vs. Houghton
Location: Oswego, NY- Laker Soccer Field
Friday, Aug 30, 5 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Thursday, June 20, noon - noon
GOLD Third Thursdays
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Location: Various Cities
Thursday, June 20, 6 p.m. - 8 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