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Dominican University Mazzuchelli Scholars Honors Program: Recent submissions

  • Derkacz, Anna (2017-05-03)
    This project analyzes the development of the new Chicago-based Polish Student Leaders Assembly (PSLA) which brings together the leadership in student Polish clubs around Chicagoland universities and beyond. Since PSLA is ...
  • Flores, Angelica (2017-04-16)
    "Scattered Thoughts Of A Small Girl" is a Poetry Collection that explores the themes of love, self‐exploration, childhood, friendships, and feminism. The method and subject matter of the poems were inspired by Confessional ...
  • Bautista, Carlos Giovanni (2017-04-21)
    The Roman Catholic Mass is essential to the life of a Catholic. The Mass is where the bread and wine is consecrated into the body and blood of Jesus Christ. The Mass is where everyone gathers together to celebrate the ...
  • Kubicki, Amanda (2017-04-08)
    I explored an alternative to wound care interventions to address the common occurrence of wounds on the unit of a community hospital and its effect on cost management. The organic components of honey provide various ...
  • Lorena, Loera (2017-04-21)
    The interest in alarm fatigue has increased in the last several years as it was identified as the causative agent for 98 alarm related events. 80 of these events resulted in patient deaths. With clinicians becoming ...
  • Gaona, Mayra (2017-04-19)
    Steele’s (1997) stereotype threat theory states that members of stereotyped minority groups underperform as a result of being afraid of confirming the negative stereotypes surrounding their group. The purpose of this study ...
  • Osnaya, Adilene (2017-04-19)
    Steele’s (1997) stereotype threat theory states that members of stereotyped minority groups underperform as a result of being afraid of confirming the negative stereotypes surrounding their group. The purpose of this study ...
  • Abuaqel, Dalal (2016-04-25)
    Aging is an unavoidable, universal, and biological phenomenon affecting all multicellular organisms. Although different hypotheses have been put forward to explain the cellular and molecular mechanisms of aging, recent ...
  • Wojtach, Paulina (2016-04-27)
    There are a number of factors found to predict grade point average (GPA), including parental attachment, college self-efficacy, and ethnic background (Aguayo et al., 2011; Dennis et al., 2005; Vuong et al., 2010; Yazedijan ...
  • Lehmann, Gabrielle (2016-03-14)
    "Unoccupied" is the title of a year‐long exploration in poetry and illustration. Presented as a series of eight detailed prints, this project integrates writing and visual art into a cohesive narrative. Each visual borrows ...
  • Fledderman, Nicole (2016-04-26)
    Previously known as manic depression, bipolar disorder was once thought to occur rarely in children and adolescents. However, between 1994 and 2003 there was a 40-fold increase in the number of U.S. children under the age ...
  • Kmetty, Kaitlyn (2014-03-23)
    Book and photographs of a semester in South Africa. A project in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree with Distinction in Graphic Design.
  • Puhr, Thomas (2013-02-25)
    An original television miniseries, entitled House of Blood. The project is a modern-day gangster story that is loosely based on Shakespeare’s tragedy, Macbeth. The five scripts are also heavily influenced by David Chase’s ...
  • Doherty, Kerri Anne (2013-04-29)
    Queen Elizabeth I and the character of Richard in the Tragedy of Richard the Third are acutely aware of the social limitations that come from their physical bodies. For Elizabeth, her gender is her physical barrier, seen ...
  • Krause, Ernest (2012-05-02)
    Within this paper I explore the path through which cultural exchanges moved between the East and the West during the Era of the Crusades. Starting with the movement of material goods and societal changes brought about by ...
  • Turner, Tyehimba (2015-05-05)
    The pathways involved in rebaudioside A metabolism in humans, bacteria, and fungi are both under researched and poorly understood. This hypothesizes that random transposon mutagenesis of soil microbes is an approach to ...
  • Skeehan, Willa (2015-04-05)
    The body’s approach to wound healing is very sophisticated. There are many different components that allow the body to heal itself when a wound is present. In this paper simplifying assumptions are introduced that reduce ...
  • Neidlinger, Trisha (2015-05)
    This paper is based on research into the relationship between the disability rights movement and the genetic counseling profession. With prenatal genetic counseling playing such an essential role in the decision making ...
  • Moery, Eileen (2015-04-05)
    Moral licensing is the notion that doing good things increases one’s likelihood of doing bad things. Eskine found that exposure to organic food caused harsher moral judgments and a decrease in prosocial behavior (2012). ...
  • Kolek, Stanislaw (2015-05-04)
    This study examines the role that self-importance plays in reducing aggressive reactions to negative feedback. Verbal aggression in particular has spiked researchers’ interests due to the bullying epidemic in schools and ...

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