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Model Theses 2018-19

MODEL THESES

Alexis Allen, You Belong Here: An Analysis of Belonging In The Black Student Population at The University Of Texas at Austin

Alexandra Bouthillette, The Rise and Fall of the Opioid Crisis: A Comparative State by State Study

Jack Ceverha, Towards Computer Generation of Theatrical Text

Ali Connor, It Is Not Always Easy Being Green: Sustainability in Today’s Single-Use Environment

Brandon Curtis, Cooperative: A Creative Screenwriting Thesis

Katherine Doan, Equal but Separated: Desegregation of Texarkana Public Schools

Laura HallasCost, Capacity, and Care: History and Implementation Considerations of The WHO’s Essential Diagnostics List

Amanda M. Jústiz, Associations between Child and Parent Knowledge of Added Sugar Recommendations and Added Sugar Intake in Multiethnic Elementary Aged Children

Dallas Killeen, The Sonic Bildungsroman: Coming-of-Age Narratives in Album Form

Morgan Lawless, Moral Intuitions and Their Reliability

Jared LeBrun, Coffee, Costa Rica, and Cooperatives

Roopa Nagarajan, Cause and Affect: How Businesses Leverage Activist Movements to Emotionally Connect with Consumers

Janhavi Nemawarkar, A Proposal to Establish an Emergency Contraception Vending Machine at The University of Texas at Austin

JoJo Phillips, Quiet Days

Kartik Sridhar, Electric Avenues: Restructuring India’s Electric Vehicle Strategy

Kate Strickland, Together but Apart: How University Accessibility Standards Fail to Deliver Full Inclusion and Why It Matters

Mallory Willett, A Computational Approach to Cultural Resource Management: Autodetecting Archaeological Features in Satellite Imagery with Convolutional Neural Networks

Karena S. Yu, From Print to Screen: Asian American Romantic Comedies and Sociopolitical Influences

LOIS BAIRD TRICE PRIZE FOR CREATIVE SCHOLARSHIP IN A THESIS

Charlie Bonner, A Republic, If You Can Jeep It: Anecdotes from a Road Trip through Democracy

Junyuan Tan, Produce

JOYNES PRIZE IN CREATIVE WRITING

John Bosworth, Wild Light: Poems

DR. HAROLD M. ALBERT PRIZE FOR MEDICAL THESIS

Scott J. Spivey, Foreign Bodies: An Anthropological Study of Latinx Immigrant Experiences with Chronic Illness in the US Healthcare System

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

Aliyah Conley, Suspended in Sound: Music as Experience in Proust

Griffin Glenn, Characterization of a Clustering Gas Jet for High Energy Density Plasma Production

Scott J. Spivey, Foreign Bodies: An Anthropological Study of Latinx Immigrant Experiences with Chronic Illness in the US Healthcare System


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