Show simple item record

dc.contributor.authorWashburn University
dc.date2017-04-28
dc.date.accessioned2019-03-29T15:12:44Z
dc.date.available2019-03-29T15:12:44Z
dc.identifier.urihttps://wuir.washburn.edu/handle/10425/1897
dc.descriptionApril 28, 2017 Schedule of Events 10:00 am Student Registration and Poster Setup Memorial Union, Washburn A & B Lobby 10:30 a.m. – 11:50 a.m. Fine Arts Presentations - Session 1 Carole Chapel 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Fine Arts Presentations - Session 2 Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 217 12:10 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Oral Presentations Henderson Learning Resources Center Rooms 103, 107, 112, and 118 3:00 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. Welcome Memorial Union, Kansas Room Shaun Schmidt, Chair, Apeiron Committee Recognition of Student Designers Matthew Boland and Brista Robinson Regina Cassell, Apeiron Committee Introduction of Last Lecture Laura Stephenson Dean, College of Arts and Sciences Last Lecture Gordon McQuere Professor Emeritus of Music Theory & Composition 3:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Poster Session and Reception Memorial Union, Washburn A & B Last Lecture "What I Learned from You" presented by Gordon McQuere, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus of Music Theory and Composition Gordon McQuere is Professor Emeritus of Music Theory and Composition at Washburn University. From 2002-13 he served as Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. He holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Tulsa and a master's degree from the University of Iowa in music composition. In 1978 he was awarded the Ph.D. in music theory, also from the University of Iowa. Before coming to Washburn University, Dr. McQuere was Head of the Department of Music and Interim Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Eastern Michigan University. Prior to that, he was Associate Dean of the School of Music at Baylor University. Dr. McQuere's areas of specialization in music are style analysis and the history of Russian music theory. Among his publications is the book, Russian Theoretical Thought in Music, for which he served as editor and contributor. He is the composer of numerous musical works. Memorial Union – Kansas Room 3:00 pm This lecture is made possible with support from the Washburn University Foundation. Dr. McQuere has generously requested this contribution be made to the College of Arts and Sciences General Fund. Schedule of Oral Presentations (HC = Henderson Learning Resources Center) Time/Location Presenter Title 12:10 pm – 12:30 pm HC118 Tanner Triggs Foreign Exchange Trading Algorithm 12:35 pm – 12:55 pm HC118 Bryan Lunzmann Algorithmic Text Analysis: A Writer’s Aide 1:00 pm – 1:20 pm HC118 Michael Smalley Implementation of a Lattice-Boltzmann Fluid Simulation Model HC107 Kara Decker, Lydia Gibson, Megan Throm, and Codi Ebert Haiti Lifeline Ministries HC112 Andy Vogel International Students' Perceptions of Online Education 1:25 pm – 1:45 pm HC118 Isaac Hockenbarger, Stephen Hockenbarger, and Gabriel Phelps-Rope V-Port: A Raspberry Pi Vitals Kit HC103 Jonathan Hart Richard Burton: A Thoughtful Observer of African Culture HC107 Benjamin Anderson, Emma Staats, and Grace Foiles London Spring 2017 Trip: Art and Theatre in London HC112 Erika Lane Enslaved Mothers and Children: The Unbreakable Bond 1:50 pm – 2:10 pm HC118 Benjamin Helms, Alexis Loya-Ruiz, Yunhai Chen, and John Nichols Swarm: An Arcade Style Side Scrolling 2D Video Game HC103 Abigail Stuart "We're All White Here": An Analysis of the Racial Themes in The Great Gatsby HC107 Amanda McGuire Discovering a People Through Material Culture: Ancestral Puebloan Ceramics HC112 Mark Feuerborn Full Production and Animation Showcase - Mass Media Department Website Promotional Video 2:15 pm – 2:35 pm HC118 Shannon Hoffman Text Message Archive Mobile Application HC103 Mallory Lutz The Hidden Cost of Brown v. Board: African American Educators’ Resistance to Desegregating Schools HC107 Amanda McGuire Simplicity in Art: What Inspired Minimalist and Conceptual Art in the 1960s HC112 Rory Stewart Scapular Dyskinesis Assessment and Treatment 2:40 pm – 3:00 pm HC118 Bo Zhao A Simulation of SAM Computer Architecture HC103 Kaitlyn Bull Women in Politics and Gender: Inequality's Impact on Corruption HC112 Troy Russell Frank William Blackmar: The "Pioneer" Sociologist From Kansas. Fine Arts Presentations 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. WTE denotes Washburn Transformational Experience Session 1 ►10:30 a.m. – 10:50 a.m. Carole Chapel Moderator: Penelope Weiner The Time is Now Kraig Dafoe Mentor: Penelope Weiner, Theatre This is a ten-minute play. ►10:50 a.m. – 11:10 a.m. Carole Chapel Moderator: Penelope Weiner Common Cents A. M. Hounchell Mentor: Penelope Weiner, Theatre This is a short one-act play. It is about a character who helps others with their problems, including a young man seeking love, a young girl (who is short), and an elderly lady. ►11:10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Carole Chapel Moderator: Penelope Weiner One Day an Angel Fell from the Sky Andrew Fletcher WTE Mentor: Penelope Weiner, Theatre This is a short play set during the biblical Apocalypse. Graham Bennet, a perfectly average character, has his average Apocalyptic life disturbed when he discovers an angel has fallen on his car. He is then forced to take care of the angel until she is healthy enough to continue fighting in the great war between Heaven and Hell. As Graham aids Ambriel back to health, he discovers a connection between the two. After this knowledge is uncovered, a close friend dies, and a drunken meeting with the devil takes place. Graham must decide which side to choose. It is a story primarily of discontentment, the desire for escape, and the inefficacy of love. 6 ►11:30 a.m. – 11:50 a.m. Carole Chapel Moderator: Sharon Sullivan Sisters of Survival Chapbook Project Julie A. Velez WTE Mentor: Sharon Sullivan, Theatre During the last school year, I have been helping to facilitate a creative writing group at the women's prison. I have gained a sense of who these women are and have started a project to publish their work whose goal is twofold: to empower the writers and to share their work with the world at large. The project has been 225% backed on Kickstarter, and the book should be published before graduation day. I'd like to present a poster on my experience working with these women and on their poetry. Session 2 ►12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Henderson 217 Moderator: Dennis Etzel A Woman's Place Darcey Evans, Krista M. Kubie, and Christianna J. Pope WTE Mentor: Dennis Etzel, English This is poetry, prose, and lecture that explores the dynamics of what it means to be a woman, and how women are affected by modern-day society, religion, culture, and biology. Oral Presentations 12:10 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. H denotes University Honors Student WTE denotes Washburn Transformational Experience Session  ►12:10 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 118 Foreign Exchange Trading Algorithm Tanner Triggs Mentor: Nan Sun, Computer Information Sciences. ►12:35 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 118 Algorithmic Text Analysis: A Writer’s Aide Bryan D. Lunzmann Mentor: Nan Sun, Computer Information Sciences. ►1:00 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 118 Implementation of a Lattice-Boltzmann Fluid Simulation Model Michael R. Smalley Mentor: Bruce Mechtly, Computer Information Sciences. ►1:25 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 118 V-Port: A Raspberry Pi Vitals Kit Isaac Hockenbarger, Stephen Paul Hockenbarger, and Gabriel T. Phelps-Roper WTE ►1:50 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 118 Swarm: An Arcade Style Side Scrolling 2D Video Game Benjamin D. Helms, Alexis Loya-Ruiz, Yunhai Chen, and John D. Nichols Mentor: Nan Sun, Computer Information Sciences. ►2:15 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 118 Text Message Archive Mobile Application Shannon Hoffman Mentor: Nan Sun, Computer Information Sciences. ►2:15 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 118 Text Message Archive Mobile Application Shannon Hoffman Mentor: Nan Sun, Computer Information Sciences. ►2:40 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 118 A Simulation of SAM Computer Architecture Bo Zhao WTE Mentor: Nan Sun, Computer Information Sciences. Session  ►1:25 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 103 Richard Burton: A Thoughtful Observer of African Culture Johnathan Lee Hart Mentor: Thomas Prasch, History. ►1:50 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 103 "We're All White Here": An Analysis of the Racial Themes in The Great Gatbsy Abigail Stuart Mentor: Kara Kendall-Morwick, English. ►2:15 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 103 The Hidden Cost of Brown v. Board: African American Educators’ Resistance to Desegregating Schools Mallory Lutz H Mentor: Rachel Goossen, History. ►2:40 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 103 Women in Politics and Gender Inequality's Impact on Corruption Kaitlyn R. Bull Mentor: Linsey Moddelmog, Political Science - Geography. Session  ►1:00 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 107 Haiti Lifeline Ministries Kara Decker, Lydia Gibson, Megan Throm, and Codi M. Ebert WTE Mentor: Keith Farwell, Allied Health. ►1:25 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 107 London Spring 2017 Trip: Art and Theatre in London Benjamin Anderson, Emma J. Staats, and Grace Foiles WTE Mentor: Paul Prece, Theatre. ►1:50 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 107 Discovering a People Through Material Culture: Ancestral Puebloan Ceramics Amanda Lee McGuire Mentor: Kerry Wynn, History. ►2:15 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 107 Simplicity in Art: What Inspired Minimalist and Conceptual Art in the 1960s Amanda Lee McGuire Mentor: Kelly Watt, Art. Session  ►1:00 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 112 International Students' Perceptions of Online Education Andy Vogel WTE Mentor: Carolyn Carlson, Education. ►1:25 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 112 Enslaved Mothers and Children: The Unbreakable Bond Erika N. Lane WTE Mentor: Kelly Erby, History. ►1:50 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 112 Full Production and Animation Showcase - Mass Media Department Website Promotional Video Mark A. Feuerborn WTE Mentor: Maria Stover, Mass Media. ►2:15 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 112 Scapular Dyskinesis Assessment and Treatment Rory Stewart WTE Mentor: Park Lockwood, Kinesiology. ►2:40 p.m. Henderson Learning Resources Center, Room 112 Frank William Blackmar: The "Pioneer" Sociologist from Kansas Troy C. Russell WTE Mentor: Chris Conner, Sociology - Anthropology. Poster Presentations 3:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Memorial Union, Washburn A & B H denotes University Honors Student WTE denotes Washburn Transformational Experience. 1. Washburn University Map Mobile Application Shannon Hoffman Mentor: Bruce Mechtly, Computer Information Sciences. 2. Sole Survivor: An Analytical Comparison of Narrative Styles Between the Three Finalists of the Show Survivor: Millennials vs Gen X Stephanie S. Mannell WTE Mentor: Leslie Reynard, Communication Studies. 3. Salt! It’s Not Just for Popcorn: Promoting Financial Literacy Amongst Students Through Use of the Salt Program Nathaniel Boyd Arbuckle Higdon WTE Mentor: Susan Bjerke, Biology. 4. Global Communication: Focus on London Sarina Marie Smith, Wesley A. Tabor, Verlisa J. Cradle, Anna Elise Ciummo, Elizabeth Lily Moore, and Nancy Ellen Heeney WTE Mentor: Tracy Routsong, Communication Studies. 5. Exploring Borderline Personality Disorder in Childhood and Adolescence Kiley E. Monaghan WTE Mentor: Angela Duncan, Psychology. 6. When They Go Low, We Go High: A Rhetorical Evaluation of Michelle Obama during the 2016 Presidential Campaign Sarah C. Dweik WTE Mentor: Jim Schnoebelen, Communication Studies. 7. Examining Ceramic Glaze Materials Harvey l. Flowers Mentor: Monette Mark, Art. 8. International Media Seminar in Paris, France Shayndel B. Jones WTE Mentor: Maria Stover, Mass Media. 9. Gotta Catch'em All: Pokemon Go! and Relationship Building Nicole A. Spencer WTE Mentor: Tracy Routsong, Communication Studies. 10. Using Science and Education to Reduce Plant Blindness Meaghan Conant WTE Mentor: Jason Emry, Biology. 11. Nicaragua: A Country of Community Connections, Culture, History, and Exploration Andrea Stitt, Morgan Riley, and Reyna T. Perez WTE Mentor: Rick Ellis, Learning in the Community (LinC). 12. Growth Mindset and Learning to Love Learning Andrea Stitt WTE Mentor: Cindy Wooldridge, Psychology. 13. Costa Rican Study Abroad Shannon E. Van Hercke, Cailyn Chelemedos, Samantha L. Minihan, Alex Sweeney, and Paige Fenley WTE Mentors: Lara Rivera and Lori Edwards, School of Nursing. 14. Synthesis of Expanded Oxophlorins Ryan Haller Mentor: Sam Leung, Chemistry. 15. Washburn University Leadership Transformational Experience: Student Health Services Michael Francis Geha WTE Mentor: Karen Garrison, Kinesiology. 16. #Old Lives Matter - Not!: The Effects of Ageism Bias on Millennials Nathaniel Boyd Arbuckle Higdon WTE Mentor: Ralynn Schmalzried, Psychology 17. Motivational Appeals and Compliance-Gaining Strategies in Persuasive "Collection" Texts Crystal G. Brown WTE Mentor: Leslie Reynard, Communication Studies. 18. Los Quinchos Shelby Rey Herring, Makenna Evans, and Shyla Ann Mason WTE Mentor: Rick Ellis, Learning in the Community (LinC). 19. The Impact of Activities on Symptoms of Depression in Older Adults in Assisted Living Facilities Arianna Zamora WTE Mentor: Ralynn Schmalzried, Psychology. 20. Reframing My Views on Poverty, Social Justice, and Leadership: From Topeka to Nicaragua and Back Rubyt Sandoval WTE Mentor: Kristine Hart, Learning in the Community (LinC). 21. Memory in Business Emily M. Green WTE Mentor: Cindy Wooldridge, Psychology. 22. Estimation of Caloric Use during Exercise Using a WiiFit® Model William S. Hesse WTE Mentor: Tracy Wagner, Biology. 23. Helping the Dying to Fully Live: Using the Double ABCX Model to Understand Hospice Jamie L. Singleton H WTE Mentor: Tracy Routsong, Communication Studies. 24. Sharing the Stories of SLI: How One Organization Changes Countless Lives Jamie L. Singleton* and Cheyanne Larene Price *H WTE Mentor: Kristine Hart, Learning in the Community (LinC). 25. Experiences with the Undergraduate Learning Assistant Program Libbie M. Vogelsberg H WTE Mentor: Jericho Hockett, Psychology. 26. The Effects of Stress Reframing on Test Scores Caitlin McGee WTE Mentor: Angela Duncan, Psychology. 27. Changes in Blood Lactate Levels due to Carbonated Beverages during Bike Sprints Jeremy Paul Lickteig, Tyler D. Brown, and Ibrahim Sabbarini WTE Mentors: Tracy Wagner and Paul Wagner, Biology. 28. Saudi Arabian Mother’s Adaption to Western Culture Salihah Alghamdi WTE Mentor: Leslie Reynard, Communication Studies. 29. The Impact Physical Activity has on College Students’ Self-Reported Stress Anna Katherine Carson WTE Mentor: Angela Duncan, Psychology. 30. Landing a Job: It's More than Just What's on Your Resume Courtney M. Sweeney WTE Mentor: Ralynn Schmalzried, Psychology. 31. Site-directed Mutagenesis in the C-terminal Domain of Telethonin Protein Jacob Yonke WTE Mentor: Takrima Sadikot, Biology. 32. How Psychology and Law Complement Each Other Rubi Zepeda WTE Mentor: Angela Duncan, Psychology. 33. Undergraduate Learning Assistant Experience Leyli Beims H WTE Mentors: Jericho Hockett and Linzi Gibson, Psychology. 34. Homelessness: The Emotional Stereotyping Rebecca A. Herman WTE Mentor: Angela Duncan, Psychology. 35. Explicit and Implicit Social Judgments: Gender, Ethnicity, and Body Postures Thaina Dos Santos Jensen H WTE Mentor: Linzi Gibson, Psychology. 36. The Topology of Facebook Joshua Allen White WTE Mentor: Kevin O'Leary, Communication Studies. 37. Health Literacy in Low Income Communities Shelbi W. Wagner WTE Mentor: Tracy Routsong, Communication Studies. 38. The Effects of Instructor Attire on Student Perceptions and Learning Outcomes Sophia M. Sabala WTE Mentor: Michael Russell, Psychology. 39. From Trauma to Transformation in Doxazo's Summer Programming Brandon D. Black WTE Mentor: Angela Duncan, Psychology. 40. The Effects of Coloring on Test Anxiety Katlyn Secrest H WTE Mentor: Ralynn Schmalzried, Psychology. 41. Potential Indirect Effects of an Outbreak of a Native Herbivore Specialist Following the Removal of Honeysuckle Logan R. Appenfeller Mentor: Rodrigo Mercader, Biology. 42. Identification of Genomic Elements in Drosophila ficusphila contig25 Using Conservation-Based Bioinformatics Analysis Aseel Abu-Nasser WTE Mentor: Takrima Sadikot, Biology. 43. Belize It or Not! Katie Ridgeway WTE Mentor: Judith McConnell-Farmer, Education. 44. Schiff Base Cyclization to Form a Cross-Protected Tetraazamacrocycle Christopher Alexander Denton WTE Mentor: Shaun Schmidt, Chemistry. 45. Influence of Aging on Ovipositional Behavior of Pieris rapae Malcolm Mikkelsen Mentors: Rodrigo Mercader and Tracy Wagner, Biology. 46. Enrichment of Magnetotactic Bacteria from a Northeastern Kansas Lake Ashlee M. Herken H WTE Mentor: Andrew Herbig, Biology. 47. The Impact of Religion on Sexuality Abigale J. Welch WTE Mentor: Jericho Hockett, Psychology. 48. International Media Seminars in Paris, France Carney Ziegler*, Noah Paul Cross, and Derrick A. Schwarz *H WTE Mentor: Maria Stover, Mass Media. 49. The Effect of University Sports Participation on Academic Performance Holly J. Johnston WTE Mentor: Michael Russell, Psychology. 50. Anxiety in the Workplace Cassidy B. Merriman WTE Mentor: Ralynn Schmalzried, Psychology. 51. Perception of Vertical Gaps: Is Perception Based on Eye Height or Total Body Height? Kimberly Day WTE Mentor: Michael Russell, Psychology. 52. Impact of Stress and Coping in the Workplace Jason A. Kelsey WTE Mentor: Ralynn Schmalzried, Psychology. 53. Establishing Plots for Forest Recovery Following Invasive Honeysuckle Invasion Paul E. Bergeron Mentor: Rodrigo Mercader, Biology. 54. Hopelessness and Affective Forecasting: Mediating Factors of Suicidal Ideation in College Students Delaney Zaborowski WTE Mentor: Ralynn Schmalzried, Psychology. 55. Replication Characteristics of a Lytic Bacteriophage Infecting Bacillus subtilis Rachel N. Seuell WTE Mentor: Andrew Herbig, Biology. 56. Active Learning Strategies in a College Class Setting Andrew Z. Koster Mentor: Tracy Wagner, Biology. 57. Schedule Flexibility it the Workplace and Job Satisfaction Nicolette Paige Womack WTE Mentor: Ralynn Schmalzried, Psychology. 58. Community Based Food Program at Shawnee County Juvenile Detention Center Hayley K. Normandin WTE Mentor: Rick Ellis, Learning in the Community (LinC). 59. Isolation of the Azamacrocycles Formed from the Detosylation of Cyclic Tosylamides Paul M. Heffren WTE Mentor: Shaun Schmidt, Chemistry. 60. Internships: Good and the Bad Evan L. Stilgenbauer WTE Mentor: Ralynn Schmalzried, Psychology. 61. Solvent-Free Synthesis of Biologically Active Stilbene Derivatives Dekeysha L. Cooper H Mentor: Stephen Angel, Chemistry. 62. What Impact does Laughing Have on Mental Health? Virginia C. L. Kennedy WTE Mentor: Angela Duncan, Psychology. 63. The Role of Glucose Metabolism in Bladder Cancer Amie M. Brunkow WTE Mentor: Takrima Sadikot, Biology. 64. The Impact Social Media has on the Job Hiring Process Morgan R. El-Attrache WTE Mentor: Ralynn Schmalzried, Psychology. 65. Testing the Reliability of Morphological Sex Estimation Methods Used in Forensic Anthropology Mackenzie M. Walls Mentor: Alexandra Klales, Sociology - Anthropology. 66. Motivation in the Workplace Clayton R. White WTE Mentor: Ralynn Schmalzried, Psychology. 67. Effect of Mood and Anxiety Disorders on Job Performance and Success Kaitlin Sherwood Mentor: Ralynn Schmalzried, Psychology. 68. Bods Feeding Bods: Addressing Food Insecurity and Accessibility on Campus Ashley Caylor WTE Mentor: Kristine Hart, Learning in the Community (LinC). 69. Employability and College Experience: A Broad Overview of Student Employment, Internships, and Cultural Capital Eric Gorton WTE Mentor: Ralynn Schmalzried, Psychology. 70. Surface-Mediated Oxidation of α-Methyl Groups on Pyrroles with Oxone Dylan J. Flohrschutz Mentor: Sam Leung, Chemistry. 71. Burnout Among Social Service Workers Julia AF Beaman WTE Mentor: Ralynn Schmalzried, Psychology. 72. Democracy and Quality of Life Bailee M. Keeney WTE Mentor: Linsey Moddelmog, Political Science - Geography. 73. College Student Satisfaction with Mental Health Services Pasang Tamang WTE Mentor: Angela Duncan, Psychology. 74. Psychological Aspects of and Gender Differences in Marketing Sarah Cowan WTE Mentor: Angela Duncan, Psychology. 75. Been There, Done That: Grandparents Raising Grandkids Nancy Ellen Heeney WTE Mentor: Tracy Routsong, Communication Studies. 76. My Experience in the UK with Morita Therapy Michelle Rana Clearwater WTE Mentor: Brian Ogawa, Human Services. 77. Animal Assisted Therapy with Children Carly W. Brown WTE Mentor: Michael Russell, Psychology. 78. Analysis of Melamine in Pet Foods Using Gold Nanoparticles Elizabeth K. Goodrow Mentor: Seid Adem, Chemistry.en_US
dc.description.abstractSchedule of eventsen_US
dc.language.isoen_USen_US
dc.publisherWashburn Universityen_US
dc.subjectApeironen_US
dc.title2017 Apeiron Programen_US


Files in this item

Thumbnail

This item appears in the following Collection(s)

Show simple item record