Category Archives: Visual Communication 2014

Sterling McKay

PHILOSOPHY 2303: INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC. In his Honors Project, Joseph Sterling McKay examines the concept of verifying the validity of mathematical axioms using Logic. That is, as urged by Gottfried Leibniz, can the validity of most mathematical axioms be proven … Continue reading

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Calea Vickery

VNSG 1262: CLINICAL II Calea Vickery’s concept map represents a journey of a patient’s life dealing with multiple medical issues over the course of many years. Calea presented this concept map of a medically complex case at a very high … Continue reading

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Adam Weinland

NURSING (RNSG) 2535: INTEGRATED CLIENT CARE MANAGEMENT: NURSING IV. Adam has used the standard format of a scientific paper to describe his work and to place it in context with other work in the field. His Introduction describes the results … Continue reading

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Andrea Clark & Kate Fabian

ENGLISH 1302: U.S. HISTORY (HONORS). Anyone who watches the History Channel knows the appeal of a well-made history documentary. This class divided into 10 two-person teams to produce a 70-minute documentary of World War I. Each team selected a topic. … Continue reading

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Sarah Gauteson

GEOGRAPHY 1303: WORLD GEOGRAPHY. In World Geography students are required to research the physical geography, economic development, demographics, and governance of an assigned country to determine if it is worthy for financial investment. In the second part of the paper … Continue reading

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Allison Bonner & Giovany Rocha

CRIJ 2328: Police Systems & Practices. One of the assignments in this class is to create a police department from top to bottom, including such features as the department’s recruiting standards, its promotional process, and its patrol practices and procedures. … Continue reading

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Juan Suarez

CRIJ 1301: Introduction to Criminal Justice. Juan wrote this research paper as part of his Honors Project and also presented this at both the Honors Conference and the WAC Conference. The paper address the interesting paradox that while crime rates … Continue reading

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