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  • Seidel Switching 

    Lastrina, Michelle (2011-02-16)
    Seidel switching is a technique for generating pairs of graphs that are cospectral but not necessarily isomorphic. We will discuss and prove some important properties related to this graph construction. Cospectral pairs ...
  • Selective Knockdown of the Trypanosoma brucei FLA Genes and Development of a Chemotaxis Assay 

    Rosenthal, Noel (2011-02-16)
    Sleeping sickness, or African trypanosomiasis, is a disease found in Sub-Saharan Africa caused by the Trypanosoma brucei parasite. Trypanosomes move around within their vector, tsetse flies, and mammals by use of their ...
  • Self-Identity: It Follows You Everywhere 

    Ramirez, Rocio I. (2015-08-24)
    Easter Island is known for its mystery. Although the traditions and the location can be a mystery to certain people, for Rocío Ramírez, her identity was no mystery while interning in Easter Island (Rapa Nui). Rocío self ...
  • Selling the Seas: Global Marketing at Royal Caribbean 

    Maitre, Stephanie Henriette (2015-08-24)
    Royal Caribbean International is a leading cruise line with 16 markets spanning across the globe. One of the challenges large corporations face is the lack of communication across their global offices. As a Global Sales ...
  • Sex Ratio and Body Condition in Female Uca pugnax Fiddler Crabs Along the Eastern Coast of the United States 

    Espinosa, Jessica (2015-07-01)
    The fiddler crab Uca pugnax is a semi-terrestrial estuarine crab that lives in salt marshes along the Eastern coast of North America from northern Florida to New Hampshire (Sanford et al. 2006). Uca pugnax is an important ...
  • Sexual & Reproductive Health of Dutch Afro-Caribbean Women: An Analysis of Culture, Reproductive Statistics and Black Female Sexuality 

    Reed, Crystal (2014-06-30)
    The purpose of my study is to examine the mainstream, hypersexualized discourse surrounding the high prevalence of STIs and teen pregnancies among Dutch Afro-Caribbean women (specifically, Surinamese and Antillean women ...
  • Shattered epochs: a design of imagined realities 

    Fenney, Lucia (2013-05-01)
    This paper describes my senior thesis body of work, done in the Art Studio Department. It defines the overall goal of my screenprints, through my philosophies on time and space relationships. The paper also provides background ...
  • Shattuck 09 

    Russell, Scott (2007)
    All building footprints were obtained from Facilities Management and are updated annually as necessary.
  • Shattuck 10 

    Russell, Scott (2006)
    All building footprints were obtained from Facilities Management and are updated annually as necessary.
  • Shattuck 20 

    Russell, Scott (2007)
    All building footprints were obtained from Facilities Management and are updated annually as necessary.
  • Shattuck 30 

    Russell, Scott (2007)
    All building footprints were obtained from Facilities Management and are updated annually as necessary.
  • Shattuck 90 

    Russell, Scott (2006)
    All building footprints were obtained from Facilities Management and are updated annually as necessary.
  • She's Filled With Secrets: the Mythology of Landscape in the American Western 

    Oliver, Genevieve Marie (2013-05-03)
    Americans are heirs to a weighty, complex system of mythology surrounding landscape. The film, literary, and artistic genre of the Western encompasses the classic system of this mythology: that American space exists for ...
  • Shear Wave Splitting in South Carolina, USA 

    Johnston, Mignon (2011-02-16)
    Seismic anisotropy uses earthquake data to measure the presence of deformation in the Earth s mantle. Upon travel through an anisotropic solid, a shear wave splits into two orthogonal components that have different ...
  • Shifting Identities in the Far Right: The National Front and Golden Dawn 

    Jarrett, Anjelica
    Far right political parties and social movements have been present in Europe since the beginning of the 20th century. After World War II, the far right dissipated into various individual movements on the political fringe ...
  • Short-term Glacial Calving Processes at Kronebreen-Kongsvegen, Svalbard 

    Tinder, Phaedra Calista (2012-07-02)
    Calving is an important component of glacier mass loss, but it remains difficult to model and directly influences sedimentological processes at the ice margin. As part of the Svalbard REU, this study aims to characterize ...
  • Short-term meteorological influence on High Arctic Glacier, Linnédalen, Svalbard, Norway. 

    Cousot, Antoine (2009-07-14)
    Antoine's research focused on short-term meteorological changes during the summer of 2008 and their affect on the ablation of the Linne' Glacier
  • Shutesbury Aquifer Resiliency in the Face of Climate Change 

    Board, Cara
    The climate is rapidly changing due to human activity, and these changes will impact our water resources. In the town of Shutesbury, Massachusetts, a municipal water supply does not exist. Instead, water comes from private ...
  • Sight Beyond Site 

    Lukasiewicz, Jennifer (2011-02-16)
    My thesis work consists of site-specific installation and photography; using materials with varying levels of opacity, I seek to explore perception through the manipulation of light and planar space. The series of photographs ...