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Freshman Category: Kate Brull, Life Sciences & Mathematics (Pre-Medicine), Salina, KS. “The Moral Dilemma to Antibiotic Overprescription.”PHILO 130: Introduction to Moral PhilosophyCourse Instructor: Amelia Hicks, Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy
For completion of this project, Kate took a creative and artistic way to present her ethical discussion on the over-prescription of antibiotics. She created a bullet journal (BuJo) to describe the three main moral concepts as she saw them: restrict current use out of consideration for future generations; the physician's main moral duty towards the future of public health and the current patient demands; responsibility of patients to refute antibiotic treatment. Kate included philosophical concepts to better understand the topic.
Group Category: Taya Josenberger, Kansas City, MO; Cole Griffin, Olathe, KS; and Rebekah Castle, Hoxie, KS; all Juniors in Social Work.“The Effects of Childhood Separation: A Study on Mental Health.”SOCWK 330: Social Work Research Methods & AnalysisCourse instructor: Jung Sim Jun, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work
The group proposed a study that could be completed measuring the impact of child separation at the US/Mexico border. They suggested using a mixed-method trauma questionnaire as well as in-person interviews. The goal of the research is to study the trauma responses of migrant children who were separated at the border. They hypothesized that the findings could be use to hold lawmakers accountable for their actions and contribute to the discussion of immigration on a global level.
Non-Freshman Category: Clayton Jarrard, Olathe, KS, Senior in Anthropology. “Conviction as Divine Influence or Human Manipulation: LGBTQ+ Christians and a Harmful Habitus.”ANTH 602: Anthropological TheoryCourse Instructor: Trevor Durbin, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work
Using research conducted with LGBTQ+ Christians, this essay offers an examination of religious conviction as a social process. There is underlying tension through this piece of whether conviction is of divine or human origin. The paper questions the purpose for many of the afflictions LGBTQ+ Christians face. It also illuminates the elaborate, pervasive process involved in LGBTQ+ Christians developing a habitus within Christian social fields that inflicts harm. The essay also won Clayton the 2020 Ibn Battuta Award presented by the Anthropology Program.
Jackson Berland, Freshman in Theatre, Lawrence, KS, “The Waiting Room.” Berland completed the project with David MacKay, Assistant Professor of Theatre and Shannon Skelton, Instructor of Theatre.
Jennifer Hughes, Junior, Grainfield, KS; Jaedn Cooper, Junior, Junction City, KS; and Samantha Rios, senior, Hutchinson, KS; all in Social Work; “Children Victims of Parental Substance Abuse and Future Incarceration.” Their project was completed for SOCWK 330: Social Work Research Methods & Analysis for Jung Sim Jun, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work.
Ethan Copple, senior in Industrial Engineering and Anthropology, Elkhorn, NE. “The Intersection of Big Data and Anthropology.” This project was completed for ENGL 415: Written Communication for Engineers for Theresa Merrick, Instructor, Department of English.
“The Moral Dilemma to Antibiotic Overprescription.”
Taya Josenberger, Cole Griffin, and Rebekah Castle
“Feasibility Study of Bioretention Cells”
Macey Heinrich, Brooklyn Jesseph, and Colette Shields
“Adverse Childhood Experiences Lead to Depression”
"Reviving Troost: Using Phytotechnology to Decontaminate Troost Avenue's Vacant Lots"
"Follower Behavior and Followership Identity: A Follower's Perspective"
Maxwell Burden, Quanqing Guo, Laura Krueger and Nicholas Young
"Visual Neglect and Mental Representations: Current Status and Issues"
"Caught in the Middle: Empowerment in Middle Managers"
Tia’ Gamble, Connor Knutson, and Caitlyn Webb
"First Watch Franchise Expansion Proposal"
David Leiszler, Peter Masters, and Austin Schmitz
"Design of mechanical system to remove net wrap from large round hay bales"
Chloe Boudreaux, Jack Ezell, Kevin Garman, and Phillip Mahoney
"Design for cadaver rotation system"
"Some we remember, some we forget: The collective memory of assassinated US Presidents in the modern age"
"Education in the 'right' sense of the word: The quest for a balanced education at the Kansas State Agricultural College"
"Found in translation: Bringing Sartre's huis clos to a modern American audience"
Katlyn Buckley, Charlie Lynn, and Kynsey Creel
"Humanizing the Inhuman; How Award-Winning Children’s Nonfiction Complicates Stereotypes"
"The Effect of Power Based Expectancy Violations on Perceptions of Attorney Credibility"
"Rubber Rampage: The Era that Produced Vulcanized Rubber"
“The Waiting Room.”
Jennifer Hughes, Jaedn Cooper, and Samantha Rios
“Children Victims of Parental Substance Abuse and Future Incarceration.”
"Production of Trivalent Influenza Vaccines: Disposable Technology and Insect Cell Lines"
"Gun Control or Gun Proliferation? State Response to Mass Shootings in Newtown and Aurora"
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