Senior Thesis Presentations

April 30, 2014
Students from the class of 2014 share their research projects in a series of events open to the community.
student giving presentation in stratton hall auditorium

As the 2013-14 academic year draws to a close, many campus departments are hosting special events to showcase the work of graduating seniors. The class of 2014 has been working diligently this semester on their thesis or capstone projects, and we're proud to offer the community the chance to see the results in these presentations.

Upcoming senior thesis presentations include:

Economics & Management
12:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 30
Art Exhibit Room, Macmillan HallĀ 

  • Laura McLachlan: Volunterism: The Way to a Prosperous Economy
  • Liam Paling: Cost of Transitioning to and Viability of Renewable Energy for New York State

Women's and Gender Studies Thesis Performance
8:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 30
Lobby, Macmillan Hall

  • James Howard: "Shadows of Identity: A Performance of Life"

Independent Majors in Business and Entrepreneurship
2:00 p.m. Thursday, May 1
Cleveland Auditorium

  • Jonathan Hurtado: Statistics and the Efficiency of the Player Selection Process in the NBA
  • Gregory Hyson: Is the New York Stock Exchange Relevant with Electronic Trading Technology
  • Alexander Manley: Market Survey and Business Plan for Big Head Bagels
  • Alington Paul: Should College Athletes be Paid (Or Are They Already)
  • Brittany White: The NBA and the WNBA: Will WNBA Ever Reach NBA Salaries

Spanish
8:00 p.m. Thursday, May 1
Room 209, Stratton Hall

Film and Media Studies
11:00 a.m. Monday, May 5
Room 321, Macmillan Hall

  • Devin Demarco
  • Hillary O'Grady

Education Program(Student Teacher Portfolio Presentation)
4:30 p.m. Monday, May 5
Art Exhibition Room, Macmillan Hall

  • Jillian Fields
  • Courtney Grosser
  • Stephanie Letteer
  • Sofia Voci

Visual Arts Senior Thesis Exhibition Opening
6:00 p.m. Monday, May 5
String Room Gallery, Main Building

  • Julia LaCourse
  • Rachel Munford
  • Ica Stolt
  • Ashlyn Loomis

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