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Theses/Dissertations from 2017
Envisioned Simplicity, Karen Dempsey
Explicit Content: Hip Hop, Feminism, and the Black Woman, Brittney Nicole Davis
Investigation on Security Issues and Features in Social Media Sites (Face Book, Twitter, & Google+, Puneet Kumar Goud Kandikanti
Steel Samba:A Tale of Four Bridges Connecting a City, Ruqayyah Jaami’ McCallum
The Necessity of Fundamental Math in College, Spencer A. McDuffy, Sr.
Transfinite Ordinal Arithmetic, James Roger Clark
Theses/Dissertations from 2016
19th Century Gothic Inspiration: Investigating the Next Generation of Poes, Alexandrea L. Horton
A Little Aspect of Real Analysis, Topology and Probability, Asmaa A. Abdulhameed
Critical Exploration of the Neo-Slave Narrative in Selected Walker and Morrison Novels, Meisha M. Edwards-White
History of Mathematics from the Islamic World, Asamah Abdallah
HIV/AIDS Prevention: Educating Future Generations, Carmella Williams
MUA Life: Chicago, Nikki A. Daily
On Emmy Noether and Her Algebraic Works, Deborah Radford
Systems Failure, Joyce Speechley Symoniak
The Fantasy Self, Jill LoBianco-Bartalis
The Four Color Theorem: A Possible New Approach, Matthew Brady