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Model Theses 2017-18

MODEL THESES

Annie Albrecht, A Child in Every Way but One: Raising the Age of Criminal Responsibility in Texas

Alexandra Aronowitz, Diabetes and the Healthcare Factory: Reimagining Type II Diabetes Care Under Value-Based Healthcare Models in the United States

Anna Biondi, Individuals with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders in the Criminal Justice System

Marisa Charpentier, Mobile Home, America: A Look Inside the Lives of Manufactured Homeowners Facing a Disappearing Space

Dylan Fall, Greener Spaces, Healthier Places: On the Restorative Health Effects of Nature Exposure

Skyler Korgel, Ho'omalimali and the Succession Model of Political Inheritance in Hawai'i: A Study of the Electoral Dominance of Americans of Japanese Ancestry in State and Congressional Politics

Vinesh Kovelamudi, Hip-Hop Based Education: A Tool to Increase Student Engagement

Garrison Land, On Writing a Life

Gregory Lyons, Algebra’s Tragic Hero

James Rodriguez, A School Divided: The History of LBJ and LASA

Shane Rowley, The Protection of American Oil Interests in the Middle East Following The Six Day War

Erika Storli, Digitally United We Stand, Digitally Divided We Fall: Does the Digital Divide Influence the Way Americans Vote?

Seth Uzman, A Spatial Theory Of Precapitalist Money: Evidence from Feudal Europe

Elizabeth Warner, Campus Place-Making: Assessing Outdoor Spaces at The University of Texas at Austin to Improve Student Experience

Samuel Williams, Evaluating Effective Altruism and its Implications on the Fight Against Malaria

LOIS BAIRD TRICE PRIZE FOR CREATIVE SCHOLARSHIP IN A THESIS

Isabel Dunn, Once & Again: Exploring the Resurgence Of Antique Phonographs in the 21st Century

George Walters, Martyrs and Meists

DR. HAROLD M. ALBERT PRIZE FOR MEDICAL THESIS

Pratyusha Malireddy, Teething Pains: Examining the Integration of Electronic Records in Dentistry and Medicine

UNIVERSITY CO-OP GEORGE H. MITCHELL STUDENT AWARDS 
FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE - SEMIFINALISTS

Elijah Barrish, The Shape of Ethics: Kantian Moral Agency Under Reason Holism

Emily Burns, One Size Does Not Fit All: Expanding the Original Adverse Childhood Experiences Model to Include Immigrant Experiences

Eshan Dabak, Madness Then, Insanity Now: The Evolution of Madness and Medicine in India from Ancient to Modern Times

Isabel Dunn, Once & Again: Exploring the Resurgence of Antique Phonographs in the 21st Century

Dylan Fall, Greener Spaces, Healthier Places: On the Restorative Health Effects of Nature Exposure

Charles Liu, Pharmacological Cognitive Enhancement: The Science and Ethics of Enhancing the Mind


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