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Theses/Dissertations from 2012
Gear Driven, Richard Cammarata
Identity of a Single Black Woman, Daphne Stevenson
Interaction Between Humic Acid and DNA, Sree Divya Bikki
Preconciousness, Michael James Ripp
Restructuring of State Policing Post 9/11, Joseph Iniguez
Stone in the Center, Amy Lubke
Taxidermy of Thought, Jason Walker
Using Computers to Aid in Successful Trading and Investing, Spencer Davis
Welfare Reform: The Politics of Redistributive Policy, Carolyn Winfrey Holcomb
Theses/Dissertations from 2011
A Face in the Crowd, Brenda Farris
A Meditative Art, Lori White
Contrast, Heidi Stachulak
Developing Novel Nanoparticulated Imaging System using Luminescence Enhancement of Eu(III) and TB(III) by Single-Strand DNA Encapsulation, David A. Corcoran and Diana L. Harms (Galindo)
Don't Shoot the Messenger, Wayon C. Collins
Impact of the Menstrual Cycle on Communication, Laura Moustis
Impressions of Reality, Brooke Nicholson
Kurt Vonnegut's Early Novels: Searching for Meaning in a Meaningless World, Matthew Praxmarer
Le Nouveau Cirque, Diana C. Lynch