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    • 2007 Student Research Symposium (SRS) Abstract Book 

      Unknown author (2007)
      The Student Research Symposium is an event for the presentation and recognition of student scholarship (both graduate and undergraduate). Students with any major in the university, in any college or school of the university, ...
    • 2008 Student Research Symposium (SRS) Abstract Book 

      Unknown author (2008)
      The Student Research Symposium is an event for the presentation and recognition of student scholarship (both graduate and undergraduate). Students with any major in the university, in any college or school of the university, ...
    • 2009 Student Research Symposium (SRS) Abstract Book 

      Unknown author (2009)
      The Student Research Symposium is an event for the presentation and recognition of student scholarship (both graduate and undergraduate). Students with any major in the university, in any college or school of the university, ...
    • 2010 Student Research Symposium (SRS) Abstract Book 

      Unknown author (2010)
      The Student Research Symposium is an event for the presentation and recognition of student scholarship (both graduate and undergraduate). Students with any major in the university, in any college or school of the university, ...
    • 2011 Student Research Symposium (SRS) Abstract Book 

      Unknown author (2011)
      The Student Research Symposium is an event for the presentation and recognition of student scholarship (both graduate and undergraduate). Students with any major in the university, in any college or school of the university, ...
    • 2016 Student Research Symposium (SRS) Abstract Book  

      Unknown author (2016)
      Effects of Urbanization and Pedestrian Traffic on Bird Diversity / Derek Decarr (Biology); Faculty Mentor: Kara Belinsky (Biology) -- Bringing Nature Into the Classroom: a Bird-themed Curriculum / Aidan Mabey (Environmental ...
    • 2017 Student Research Symposium (SRS) Abstract Book 

      Unknown author (2017-05)
      Isolation and Characterization of an Isaria Anti-Fungal Metabolite / Stephanie Hanna (Biochemistry) Faculty Mentor: Maureen Morrow (Biology) -- Using DNA Fingerprinting to Understand Songbird Family Structure / Reshma ...
    • Aaron Burr: villain to hero upgrade 

      Pralat, Barbara (2018-05)
      The research project explores the historiography surrounding Aaron Burr. For most of United States history, he has been vilified as a traitor to the nation and the murderer of Alexander Hamilton. However, Aaron Burr’s ...
    • Abstracture, The Abstraction Of Architecture And Space: MFA Thesis - Painting and Drawing 

      Long, Brooke (2016-05)
      If a room or space can alter how we feel, if our feelings are affected by the color of the walls, the shape of a door, the design of the wallpaper, what will happen to us in places we experience or inhabit?
    • Acoustical test chamber 

      Cabuk, Cansu (2018-05)
      The purpose of this project is to create an acoustical test chamber for use by students and faculty of the Division of Engineering Programs at SUNY New Paltz. An acoustical test chamber is a controlled environment that ...
    • Action through music: a resource for change. Music therapy for a therapeutic day school. A program proposal for Ulster BOCES special education building 

      Zifchak, Edward (2019-08)
      I am proposing a music therapy program for an Ulster BOCES therapeutic day school for children and adolescents with special needs. Among the wide variety of services that Ulster BOCES provides, which include occupational ...
    • Actions and Responses: MFA Thesis - Painting 

      O'Hara, Colleen (2016-05)
      My process in the studio challenges notions of control versus chance. I work with fluid acrylic paint and inks applied to paper through pouring, throwing and dripping. I do this to maximize the spontaneity of the material ...
    • Adjustment Challenges for East Asian International Students 

      Wang, Mian (2011-08-31)
      The process of adjusting to a new cultural environment is often considered to be quite stressful. International students of East Asian backgrounds sometimes experience even greater adjustment challenges (e.g., language ...
    • After the tipping point: investigating visuals of transgender bodies in magazine media 

      Manzella, Samantha L. (2018-08)
      How do we trouble cisnormativity in a world that relies so heavily on gender identity? From the clothes we wear to the language we use, gender markers shape how we experience the world and engage with others. Too often, ...
    • Age-Related Stigma and the Golden Section Hypothesis 

      Widrick, Rebekah M. (2010-03-18)
      The present study used the golden section hypothesis to examine age-related identities. The golden section hypothesis predicts that people will organize incoming information in a ratio-type pattern. When rating phenomena ...
    • AlterPieces: MFA Thesis - Metal 

      Williams, Amy (2014-05)
      Focusing on the intertwining themes of fantasy, identity, and value, this thesis uses jewelry to explore the role of the alter ego. Participants were invited to share stories and descriptions of alternate identities arising ...
    • Ambiguous Loss: A Critical Review of Current Research 

      Purcell, Jessica (2010-03-18)
      This paper reviews past and current literature pertaining to Ambiguous Loss (AL), provides critique of current research, outlines possible directions for future research, and evaluates the most effective practices for ...
    • American macaroni: MFA Thesis - Ceramics   

      Rosenbach, Heather (2019-05)
      Working predominantly in ceramics, I seek to explore the concept of lowbrow art, verging on ugly, in conjunction with personal experiences growing up lower middle class-to-working class. Memories are exposited through ...
    • American politics: a local government analysis of how gender influences the decision to run for office 

      Eckwall, Morgan (2019-05)
      How does gender affect the decision to run for local office? This article explains how the socialization of traditional gender roles influenced a public perception where men are more qualified for political positions than ...
    • Angels and echoes: an analysis of human connection and altruism on the trail 

      Lee, Mary (2019-05)
      An aspect of long-distance hiking culture which ties hikers deeply to the hiking community is "trail magic” and “trail angels.” These “angels” are everyday civilians, often former or current hikers, who provide random ...