Writing 293 Research Independent Study
Individual investigation, reading, and writing under the supervision of a faculty member leading to a substantial written document. Prerequisite: Writing 101. Consent of instructor and Director of Thompson Writing Program required.
- James Lambert, Professor Seth Dowland: "Nuclear Weapons and the Evangelical Left."
- Duy Nguyen, Professor Erik Harms: "Democratizing Interventions: The Case of Vietnam"
- Isaac Cha: "Electronic Waste and Federal Policy"
- Anjali Bhatia, Professor Michele Strano: "Segregation in College: A Look into Race-Specific Perceptions of Racial Relations and Tensions in Friendship Formation"
- Amanda J. Carpenter, Professor Rebeca L. Vidra:"Patterns of Publication in the Journal Restoration Ecology: 1993-2007"
- Jai Singh, Professor Jason Mahn: "Religion and Existentialism"
- Kyle Knight, Professor Van Hillard: "Until He Can Walk: A Story of Disability and Nepal"
- Justin Koterba, Professor Betsy Verhoeven: "Baseball Fiction and the Rhetoric of Subjectivities"
- Scott Bailey, Professor Jes Boon: "Reformation Thought: Fire in Boehme's Six Theosophic Points"
- Benjamin Reed, Professor Jes Boon: "Reformation Thought: Spirituality in John Calvin and Menno Simons"