Three-Minute Thesis

April 10, 2017, 5:00 p.m., George S. Lindsey Theatre

 Three-Minute Thesis is organized by the Department of Mathematics, with support from the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Business, the College of Education and Human Sciences, the Anderson College Of Nursing And Health Professions, and the Quality Enhancement Plan Office.

Presenters included:

Tabea Bock • Sales and Marketing • MBA Learning Preference vs Nationality Differences

Faculty Mentor: Dr. Robert Armstrong

Derrick Coffman • Chemistry and Industrial Hygiene • Water-Quality of Ecuador Following the Earthquake of 2016

Faculty Mentor: Dr. Brent Olive

Anna Katherine Curlee • Nursing • Impact of Interval-Based, Action Specific Nursing Rounds on Patient Satisfaction and Safety

Faculty Mentor: Dr. Angela Jones

Tyler Delano • Computer Science and Information Systems • When is an Algorithm Bias Free?

Faculty Mentor: Dr. James Jerkins

Candice Gonzalez • Secondary Education, Biology • Female STEM Major Selection

Faculty Mentor: Dr. Jessica S. Mitchell

Carson Hagood • Nursing • Does Practice Make Perfect? A Mixed Methods Exploration Skill Efficiacy, From Sim Lab to Clinical

Faculty Mentor: Dr. Will Brewer

Baylee Harrell • Political Science and Psychology • How Church Attendance Shapes American's Views on Social Welfare Expenditure

Faculty Mentor: Dr. Leah Graham

Hannah Hopkins • Computer Science and Information Systems • Is Dating Advice Received From Artificial Intelligence More Trustworthy Than Dating Advice Received From Other Humans?

Faculty Mentor: Dr. James Jerkins

Michelle Veach • Secondary Education, Mathematics • Home Schooled Students Who Want to be TeachersSecond Place Winner

Faculty Mentor: Dr. Gary Padgett

Emily Kennedy • M.S. Health and Human Performance • Perceptual Differences of Strength and Conditioning Coaches

Faculty Mentor: Dr. Lee Renfroe

Katelyn Payton-Page • Mathematics • Using Computer Programming to Improve the Ability to Generalize Mathematical Concepts

Faculty Mentor: Dr. Cindy Stenger

Mark Pettit • Sociology and Family Studies • Alumni's Post-Graduation Outcomes: Does Participation in Undergraduate Research Make a Difference?First Place Winner

Faculty Mentor: Dr. Amber Paulk

Dwight Self • Geographic Information Science • Smart Metering at Florence Electricity

Faculty Mentor: Dr. Mario Mighty

Christie Seltmann • M.S., Health and Human Performance • Effects of High Fat Low Carbohydrate Diet on Hydration Markers in Male Runners

Faculty Mentor: Dr. Eric O’Neal

Shannon Williams • Nursing • Dementia and Music TherapyThird Place Winner and People's Choice Award

Faculty Mentor: Dr. Angela Jones

Jacqueline Willis • Art • The Significance of Visual Storytelling

Faculty Mentor: Professor Chiong Yiao Chen

Sara Wilson • Social Work • Strategic Service Delivery: An Examination of the Use of Technology to Provide Social Services to Clients in Rural Areas

Faculty Mentor: Dr. John Hodges