Browsing Kirmser Undergraduate Research Award by Title

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  • Lalunio, Eunice (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, 2018)
    The five crania recovered from the Dmanisi site of the Former Soviet Republic of Georgia represent the earliest hominid fossils found outside of Africa (Gabunia et al. 2000). The site provides a sampling of hominid variability ...
  • Wilkinson, Kayla; McAfee, Sara; Riordan, Melanie; Davis, Kamaron; Edwards, Samuel (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, )
    For our Culture and Context in Leadership class we were challenged to conduct research regarding inclusion in the Kansas State or Manhattan communities. Our group chose to look at the accessibility of Kansas State University's ...
  • Whitney, Jael (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, 2018)
    As multinational food companies face stalled growth in Western countries, they are increasingly looking to developing economies to grow their sales. Unfortunately, in order to do this, these companies end up shifting large ...
  • Reichenberger, Amanda (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, )
    This study tested the influence of competition and risk aversion on risk-involved investment decisions. The primary base for research lay within message framing and prospect theory. Participants took 1 of 4 different ...
  • Garman, Kevin; Boudreaux, Chloe; Ezell, Jack; Mahoney, Phillip (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, )
    The Kansas State University (KSU) Cadaver Dissection Team (CDT) is challenged to provide comprehensive human anatomy demonstrations to regular lab students. However, to see all structures adequately, the cadaver must be ...
  • Paz, Joseph (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, )
    An examination of the racial makeup of American prisons, this project is a four page paper written in memo format. In an attempt to explain why African Americans make up such a large percentage of federal prisoners, ...
  • Halpin, Colin T. (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, )
    After the establishment of the Kansas State Agriculture College in accordance with the Morrill Act, there was significant disapproval for the scope of education at the school, in favor of a more "practical" agricultural ...
  • Winters, Danielle (Kansas State University, )
    Information and Communication Technologies, or ICTs (Golden, 2013) have become prevalent in the modern professional’s life. Clark (2000) uses work/life border theory to explain the ways in which individuals manage the ...
  • Thomas, Trevor (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, )
    The essay “Engines of Abolition: The Second Great Awakening, Higher Education, and Slavery in the American Northwest” analyzes the link between religious revivalism, higher education, and abolitionist tendencies in the ...
  • Nelsen, Emily P. (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, )
    The published research appears to indicate a consensus among researchers and scholars that feminine honor has so far been defined as a woman’s reputation that is created and maintained through sexual purity and familiar ...
  • Webb, Caitlyn; Knutson, Connor; Gamble, Tia (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, )
    Our research team elected to analyze the profitability and marketability of expanding First Watch Daytime Café to Manhattan, Kansas, through market, competitive, and growth analyses. The market analysis utilizes primary ...
  • Heise, Scott (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, 2018)
    This research evaluated how people who have functioned as followers understood their role as a follower and how their followership attitude shaped their behavior in that role. From 13 in-depth qualitative interviews, ...
  • Wilson, Emily (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, )
    ““Happy Housewives”: Sisters in the Struggle for Women’s Rights” discusses social advancement from the perspective of an often unacknowledged group of people, the domestic and motherly “happy housewives”, who played a ...
  • Dotson, Joshua; Cater, Ryan; Bai, Tian; Stein, Taylor; Steuber, Jason (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, 2014-08-08)
    A single phase, microchannel heat sink and an experiment to test the heat sink is designed. The heat sink is designed to cool a 30mm x 10 mm plate that is subjected to a constant heat flux of 500 W/cm^2, a maximum surface ...
  • Friesen, Abigail (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, )
    In this informative report, I have written a mock memo to the United States Secretary of Labor informing him of the immigration policies and laws in place that target Latin Americans. By doing this, my goal was to raise ...
  • Jaeger, Cora (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, )
    Susan Cokal's first novel for young adults, The Kingdom of Little Wounds, garnered reviews that discussed the roles of contradictory forces. While one review noted these contradictory forces were due to the novels use of ...
  • Windholz, Benjamin P. (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, 2014-08-08)
    Through the lens of Bakhtin's carnivalesque, I analyze stand-up comic Amy Schumer's Comedy Central special Mostly Sex Stuff. Her use of sexual material juxtaposes the material upper and lower stratums and subverts the ...
  • Richards, Megan; Brungardt, Kaley; Schuette, Kendra (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, )
    Lab on a chip devices are currently being studied to aid in blood based diagnostic assaytests for personalized medicine applications. These biosensors are appealingdue to their low cost, simplicity of use, and quick feedback ...
  • St. Clair, Zachary (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, 2018)
    This paper offers an exploration into the world of American police abolition and police reform. Through perspectives of community groups, criminology scholars and theorists, as well as criminological data, this paper ...
  • Burden, Maxwell; Guo, Quanqing; Krueger, Laura; Young, Nicholas (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, 2018)
    Landowners Bruce and Theresa Meyer of Palmer, KS, requested a design to address eutrophication issues causing blue-green algae blooms within their pond. The blooms impact recreational activities such as swimming, fishing, ...

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