The following projects have been partially funded by the Office of Sponsored Awards and Research Support during the 2010-2011 academic year. Student names are boldfaced and listed first, followed by their faculty advisor.
Visual Literacy in Graphic Design: Distilling the visual chaos
Justin Ryon and Dr. Lisa Anderson
A parallel genetic algorithm based support vector machine
Devin Ayer and Dr. Rick Chow
Exploring Beliefs, Expectations and Experiences of Parents Who Speak Limited English
Melissa Trejo and Dr. Laura Hooks
Teaching Assitant for PSY 225: Psychological Statistics
Shakela Jones and Dr. Ann Hoover
Modeling covariate effects on the cumulative incidence function for competing risks data
James Newell and Dr. Steve Hyun
Implicit vs. explicit attitudes among students at single-sex and co-educational institutions
Nicholas Wood and Dr. Stefanie Keen
Popular Arts in People's Republic of China
Xinyi Zhu and Qiliang He
Use of Urban Greenways by Small Mammals
Julie Leale and Celena Kusch
Into the Modernist Archive: Reading the Literary and Cultural Commentary of World War II
Joshua Johnson and Jonathan Storm
Visual Literacy in Graphic Design: Distilling the Visual Chaos
Erin West and Lisa Anderson
The Rigor of Classroom Discourse in Middle Level Single Sex Classrooms
Cassie Sarmiento and Elaine Wiegert
Breast Cancer Spirituality, Fatalism and Fear in Screening Intention in African American Women
Danielle Harris and Lynette Gibson
Automatic Detection of Emotions within Musical Instrument Recordings
Keith Bell and Angelina Tzacheva
Running out of Water: Jordanian Environmentalists and Water Scarcity in the Middle East
Amanda Schrag and Lizabeth Zack
BrailleSC: Accessible Design for Digital Resources
Cory Bohon, Dr. Tina Herzberg, and Dr. George Williams. $3,000.
Market Valuation of Booked Assets under the use of IFRS and GAAP
Michael Depp and Dr. Elizabeth Cole. $2,500.
A Robust Decision Support Model for Generating Clinical Knowledge of Patients Diagnosed with Chronic Diseases
Brett Michaud and Dr. Wei Zhong. $2,500.
Don't Call Us, We'll Call You: The Effects of Visibility on the Decision to Hire Disabled Individuals
Rashad Morgan and Dr. Ann Hoover. $3,000.