Students in the M.S. program formally propose their thesis projects at a meeting arranged for that purpose. Faculty and graduate students attend these thesis proposal meetings. Undergraduate students and other members of the academic community are also cordially invited to attend. The proposal meetings are typically arranged 1-2 weeks in advance. Specific information about each of them will be posted here as it becomes available.
The titles of Thesis Proposals from earlier semesters are available in our Thesis Proposal Archive.
|Date||Time/Location||Name||Thesis Proposal Title|
|1/23||1PM/Tol 216||Jesica Ferguson||The Effect of Remember-And Forget-Framing on Metacognitive Judgements of Learning: Contingent on Learning Ability?
|2/14||2PM/Tol 217||Bridget Austin||Can Fish Self-Recognize? Testing a Self-Recognition Methodology with Archerfish (Toxotes chatareus)|
||Alex Buccelli||Parental Attitudes in Context: Describing Contributing Factors for Motor Development in Children Experiencing Homelessness|
||Julia Morgan-Agricoli||Anticipatory timing of methamphetamine in rats|
|3/12||11:30AM/Tol 310A||Caitlin Cassidy||The Association between Sibling Relationships and Interpersonal Functioning in Young Adulthood|
|4/7||10:30AM||Aidan Flynn||Using Semantic Network Structure to Understand Repetitive Negative Thinking|
|4/15||11AM||Brittany Baugher||Does early life stress increase susceptibility to negative outcomes following adult stressors?|
|4/16||12PM||Nicole Daly||Examining sex differences in susceptibility to stress-induced increases in binge drinking|
|4/24||11AM||Devon Singh||The Taboo of Money in Charitable Contributions: A Relational Models Account|