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Outstanding Thesis Award

Wendy J Wenner

Fall 2016 - Erin Donnelly & Marc Lehman

Erin Donnelly

Erin Donnelly

Thesis Title:
Outdoor, Experiential Education:
The Implementation of Lesson Plans in the Classroom

Area of Focus:
Environmental Action, Policy, and Communication

 

Marc Lehman

Marc Lehman

Thesis Title:
Questions on the relationship between narrative identity and hermeneutic design

Area of Focus:
Linguistics and Design Anthropology


Winter 2016 - Cody Gallagher

Cody Gallagher

 


 

Thesis Title
Not Milk: A Feasibility Study

Area of Focus:
Sustainable Food Systems and
Small Business Management


Fall 2015 - Marisol Menken

Menken


 

Thesis Title
Education and Racism

Area of Focus:
Equal Opportunities &
Social Advocacy


Winter 2015 - Leslie Boker

Boker W15 WJW

 

 

Thesis Title
Treatment of Trans Characters in
Japanese Sequential Art and Animation 

Area of Focus:
Japanese Language and Culture


Fall 2014 - Natalie DePyper

DePyper

 

 

 

Thesis Title:
Talk Isn’t Cheap; It’s Powerful

Area of Focus:
Community Development and
Cultural Integration


Winter 2014 - Suzanna Katerberg

Katerberg

 

 

Thesis Title:
Extending Domestic Violence Advocacy for
Incarcerated Battered Women

Emphasis Area:
Leadership and Advocacy


Fall 2013 - Julie A. Kane

Julie Kane



Thesis Title:
An Integrative Approach to Discovering the Benefits of
Environmental Education and Nature Experiences

Emphasis Area:
Environmental Leadership


Winter 2013 - Annette M. Nelson

Annette Nelson



Thesis Title:
Biophilia: Examining Our Relationship with Nature
and its Influence on an Environmental Mindset

Emphasis Area:
Sociology, Psychology, and
the Environment


Fall 2012 - Kathryn Smidstra

Kathryn Smidstra



Thesis Title:
Commitment to Consciousness:
Cultivating the Capability of Mindfulness in Learning

Emphasis Area:
Education, Philosophy and
Religious Studies


Winter 2012 - Andrea Marz

Andrea Marz




Thesis Title:
Urban Food Deserts: An Interdisciplinary Analysis
 

Emphasis Area: 
Sustainability in Theory and Practice:
Environmental and Social Justice