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Class of 2012

  • Katelin Marie Adams, “Making Wages: The Process of Sociopolitical Art,” Professor Jim Neel, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Kathryn Branson Bates, “Skydiving:  A Life or Death Business,” Dr. Jack Taylor, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Anna Elizabeth Bianchi, “The American Adam (and Eve?): Myth in American Frontier Fiction,” Dr. Sarah Frohardt-Lane, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Daniel John Burgin, “From Buchenwald to Bergen-Belsen: a Sculptor's Representation of Concentration Camps and their Role during World War II and Beyond,” Professor Jim Neel, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Claire Elizabeth Burns, “The Elegance of Refusal: The Role of Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel in the Rise of la Femme Moderne," Dr. Mary-Kate Lizzotte, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Camille Jacqueline Cannada, “Indiana Jones: Knight of Templar or Nazi?” Dr. Susan Hagen, Project Sponsor.

  • Benjamin Chilcutt, "Popular Music Hit Singles Aren’t So Singular After All: Patterns in Contemporary Country and Southern Soul,” Dr. Lester Seigel, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Veronica Marie Ferris, “Memorializing World War II: Tying Propaganda to Concentration Camps,” Professor Pamela Venz, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Melissa Ann Fetterer, "Dr. Seuss the Activist: Hidden Politics in Children’s Books,” Dr. Judy Cox, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Katherine Renee Gregory, "Living Large by Living Small: Engaged Buddhism in WWOOF Farming Practices,” Dr. Clare Emily Clifford, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Kortni Miran Hadley, “Nature Methodized: A History of English Landscape Gardening in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries,” Dr. John Tatter, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Ashley Alane Hudson, “The Role of Art in Elementary School Education,” Dr. Genell Ferrell, Faculty Sponsors.

  • William Palmer Jackson, “Sólo hablan Inglés: Ideal Elementary School Pedagogy for Overcoming American Monolingualism,” Dr. Louanne Jacobs, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Artem Mikhailovich Joukov, “The Mission to Mars: Prospects of Manned Interplanetary Exploration,” Dr. Duane Pontius, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Collin Michelle Kurre, “Ambivanlent Othering: The History and State of Belly Dancing in America,” Dr. Fred Ashe, Faculty Sponsor; Amel Bahlouli, Advisor.

  • Kelly Elizabeth Lansden, “Pseudoscience and Ritual Behaviors: Marketing a Belief,” Dr. Mark Rupright, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Kathryn Ann LeCroy, The Tulip Tree Blossom; or the study of nature for the delicate sensibilities of young ladies (Establishing the Presence of Botanical Literature in 19th-Century Gift Books in the United States as a Connection to the Culture of Popular Botany), Dr. Clare Emily Clifford, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Mary Anna Rose MacArthur, “Constructing a Children’s Picture Storybook to Deconstruct the Feminine Ideal,” Dr. Louanne Jacobs, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Jessica Carolyn Mayne, “Key to the Kingdom: an Exploration and Personal Application of the Artistic Symbolism of Keys,” Dr. Tim Smith, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Mary Warren McDaniel, “Ceci N’est Pas Un Rapport: Connections Between Psychology and Surrealism,” Professor Steven Cole, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Kindred Case Motes, “The Other Victorians: Gay Literature, Art and Erotica in 19th-Century London,” Dr. Timothy Smith, Faculty Sponsor.

  • John Russell Norris, “Cult of the Bean: People of Contemporary Coffeehouses in Birmingham, Alabama,” Dr. Charlotte Ford, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Richard Lee Pearlman, “Science for the Inquisitive Mind: An Inquiry-Based Chemical Properties Unit,” Dr. Kelly A. Russell, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Amy Elizabeth Sessions, “Investigation of Environmental Sustainability and Economic Competitiveness in Switzerland,” Dr. Kathleen Rossmann, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Megan Stacey Snider, “Food Insecurity and Urban Neighborhoods: An Economic Study of Birmingham’s Food Deserts,” Dr. Kathleen Rossmann, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Matthew Douglas St. John, “Alcohol and Masculinity in Gilded Age American Cities,” Dr. Victoria Ott, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Daniel Paul Thomas, “’Astonish Me’: How Stanley Kubrick Revolutionized the Music of Modern Cinema,” Dr. David Resha, Faculty Sponsor.

  • John-Paul Tortorich, “High Water Everywhere:  an Exploration into the Modern-Day Preservation of Folk blues Traditions,” Dr. Fred Ashe, Faculty Sponsors.

  • Patrick Dearman Welch, “Gumbo:  Looking at the South’s Rich Heritage Through its People’s Vegetable,” Dr. Guy Hubbs, Faculty Advisor.

  • Janelle Therese West, “It’s Okay to Violently Slaughter Your Enemies…. If You’re a Greek God:  The use of Mythology to Legitimize Brutality in Popular Video Games,” Dr. Michael McInturff, Faculty Sponsor.

  • John Andrew Young, “Bollywood: An Exploration in the Evolution of Hindi Cinema,” Dr. Jane Archer, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Kimberly Marie Zachow, “An Illustration of Extinction in Progress,” Professor Steve Cole, Faculty Sponsor.

Class of 2011

  • Marian Lee Bradshaw, Life, The Universe, and Everything: Through My Palette,” Professor Steve Cole, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Sarah Carper, “Not Enough Ladies, Too Many Mans:  Using Feminist Fanvids to Critique Modern Media,” Dr. Jane Archer, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Corey Martha Raley Decker, “Would I follow in their Footsteps?:  How Birth Order and Parental Comparisons Shape Occupational Choices,” Dr. Tricia Witte, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Morgan Elise Eads, "Adding to the Noise:  The High Art Aesthetics of the Indie Rock Genre,” Dr. Fred Ashe, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Katherine Whitehurst Glenn, “The Haunted South:  How Southern Identity has been Expressed and Developed Through Civil War Ghost Stories, Folklore, and Supernatural Tales,” Dr. Clare Emily Clifford, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Brendan Joseph Griffin, "From the Tweets to the Streets:  Political Discourse in the New Online Culture,” Dr. Robert Slagter, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Zachary Laine Guyse, There’s More than One Way to Stuff a Cat:  Explorations in Taxidermy,” Dr. Megan Gibbons, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Allison Elizabeth Herren, “One Fish, Two Fish, Pink Fish, Blue Fish: The Effects of Children’s Literature in the Development of Gender Stereotypes,” Dr. Louanne Jacobs, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Hannah Faeth Holland, “Begging for Change: Transforming Conceptions of Homelessness through Storytelling,” Professor Kent Andersen, Faculty Sponsors.

  • Robert Kadish, “Into the Unknown:  The Trials and Tribulations of Writing my First Sci-Fi Story,” Professor Kent Andersen, Faculty Sponsor.

  • William Frederick Kleist, “Clutter: Our Daily Bread,” Professor Pamela Venz, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Matthew Russell Maloy, “The Art of Craft Brew: Creating a Brand,” Dr. David Schedler and Professor Kevin Shook, Faculty Sponsors.

  • Alexander Michael Masterson, “Resounding Tonality:  The Physics of the Pipe Organ,” Dr. Duane Pontius, Jr., Faculty Sponsor.

  • Ryan Lee Melvin, “The Economics of A Small Place,” Dr. Kathleen Rossmann, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Kaitlin Rose Nobles, “Maps and Manipulation:  How the Intent For, Use Of, and Interpretation of Maps Shapes Our Worldview,” Dr. Ed Brands, Faculty Sponsor.

  • John Russell Norris, “Cult of the Bean: People of Contemporary Coffeehouses in Birmingham, Alabama,” Dr. Charlotte Ford, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Emma Morgan Palmer, “The Psychology of Secrets,” Dr. Heather Meggers-Wright, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Mary Elizabeth Pickney, “A Life in Words:  Writing a Biography,” Dr. Peter Donahue, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Ashley Rose Rhea, “Reconstructing Images:  Antebellum Portrayals of Slaves in Images Used as a Contemporary Visual on Race,” Dr. Victoria Ott and Professor Steve Cole, Faculty Sponsors.

  • Kelly Nicole Roszczynialski, “Abstraction:  A Study of Language Through Artistic Expression,” Professor Jim Neel, Faculty Advisor.

  • Alexandra Elizabeth Sack, “Krishna and Cowboys, Gosahlas and State Fairs:  A Comparison of Indian and American Cattle Culture,” Dr. Amy Cottrell, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Katherine Alicia Sack, “What Makes Us Run?” Dr. Fred Ashe, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Simone Amber Schicker, Through their Eyes:  Women Rabbis Today,” Dr. Amy Cottrill, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Ellyn Susanna Sibley, “The Painted Garden:  A Cross-Cultural Examination of English, Japanese, and Southern-American Gardens,” Professor Cooper Spivey, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Marie Sandra Sloan, “A Tale of Two Tea Parties:  A Children’s Guide to the Japanese Tea Ceremony,” Dr. Louanne Jacobs, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Angela Kay Stevens, “Attitudes and Knowledge of HIV/AIDS on a College Campus,” Dr. Clint Bruess, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Benjamin David Tracy, “From 17th Century France to American Televisions:  A Tasty Exploration of the Evolution of Traditional French Dishes into American Households,” Dr. Renèe Norrell, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Emily Peyton Wallace, “Religious Materials:  Where the Secular and the Religious Meet,” Dr. Larry Brasher, Faculty Sponsor.

Class of 2010

  • Laura Frances Chaires, "A Singing People: The Role of Hymns in the Baptist Church," Dr. James Cook, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Brigett Courville Chapman, "Courville Storytellers: A Screenplay of Cajun Traditions," Dr. John Tatter, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Kimberly Paige Farris, "The Portrayal of Feminity in Gilmore Girls and its Psychological Implications," Dr. Heather Meggers-Wright, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Kelly Michelle Gronemeyer, "Wingardium Leviosa!: How Harry Potter Levitated Literary Concerns," Dr. Gail Smith, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Kristin Elizabeth Hendricks, "My Yarn Stash Overfloweth: Comparing Real-World and Digital Knit and Crochet Communities," Dr. Rachel Clevenger, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Rebecca Ashley Hill, "The Ghost Dance, Circles, and Squares: The Lakota Response to Anglo-American Culture," Dr. Tynes Cowan, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Matt James Matlock, "From Turrets to Tackle Boxes, Stormy Weather to Sweet Tea, and Gargoyles to Greens: An Examination of Southern Gothic Literature through Research and Creative Writing," Dr. Rachel Clevenger, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Susanna Jean Miller, "Rings and the Art of Self-Identification," Dr. Jeannette Runquist, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Haley Elizabeth Mills, "Building a Better World from Mountaintop to Sandy Shore: A Critical Analysis of Two Home Repair Nonprofit Organizations," Dr. Frederick Ashe, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Rebecca King Renfroe, "The Art of Grief: A Photographic Representation of Cemeteries as Aesthetic Locations and Cultural Symbols," Professor Pamela Venz, Sponsor.

  • Bradley Godwin Robinson, "From Refuse to Reuse...Elements of Spolia of Pre-Christian through Medieval Rome," Dr. Timothy Smith, Faculty Sponsor.

  • MacKenzie Wayne Smith, "A Reinvention of American Film Noir," Dr. Alan Litsey, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Lance McCoy Spencer, "I'm a Mac, Could I be a College?: The Art of Video Production and Editing," Professor Kent Andersen and Professor Pamela Venz, Faculty Sponsors.

  • Carol Alden Thetford, "Who am I, here? Conceptions of Self in an Avatar World," Dr. Susan Cockrell, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Meredith J. Wiggins, "Fashion and the Economy: Collections for a Bear and Bull Market," Dr. Kathleen Rossmann, Faculty Sponsor.

Class of 2009

  • Natalie Laura Ausborn, “An Assessment of South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission,” Dr. Ed LaMonte, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Jason Patrick Beam, “The Effects of Leadership in the Jewish Ghetto,” Dr. Matthew Levey, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Natalie Faye Bonner, “The Things We Do to Our Bodies:  Issues in Modern Society Brought to Light,” Dr. Alan Litsey, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Forrest Cuyler Boughner, "Oh, James:  007 and Sexual Objectification,” Dr. Heather Meggers-Wright, Faculty Sponsor.

  • John Amos Boutwell, “A Profile in Creativity:  A Look at the Creative Process of Theodore Roosevelt,” Dr. Terry Goodrick, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Haley Dawn Box, "Urban Fairy Tales,” Professor Pam Venz, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Molly Christine Bynum, “Marketing Disney Movies:  Successes and Failures,” Dr. Jack Taylor, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Laura Frances Chaires, A Singing People:  The Role of Hymns in the Baptist Church,” Dr. James Cook, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Wynne Eilis Channell, “Trash and the Art of Recycling:  How Birmingham-Southern Can Help Save the Planet,” Mr. Roald Hazelhoff and Professor Cooper Spivey, Faculty Sponsors.

  • Rebecca Ashley Hill, “The Ghost Dance, Circles, and Squares:  The Lakota Response to Anglo-American Culture,” Dr. Tynes Cowan, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Kaleigh Ann Hussey-Tomich, “What the Movie Ice Princess Tried to Teach You,” Dr. Duane Pontius, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Channing Nicole Kennedy, “Cultural Consumption and Social Group Identification:  A Comparative Study of High and Low Culture in Music,” Dr. Guy Dalto, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Kristen Elizabeth Kerr, “Edgar Degas and Mirrors:  A Critical Examination,” Professor Cooper Spivey and Dr. Kathleen Spies, Faculty Sponsors.

  • Seong Eun Kim, “The Seven Deadly Sins:  Artistic Reflections on Current Social Issues,” Dr. Larry Brasher, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Amanda Michelle Kramer, “Onward Christian Soldiers:  Hymns of American Wars,” Dr. Lester Seigel, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Eleanor Carson Land, “Poppy:  The Economic and Political Landscape of 21st Century Afghanistan,” Dr. Kathleen Rossmann, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Benjamin Lloyd Miller, “Three Gorges and Aswan:  The Socioeconomic and Environmental Indicators of Large Hydroelectric Projects,” Dr. Kathleen Rossmann, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Angela Dawn Moore, “Massacring the Masses:  Millennialism and the Misuse of Leadership,” Dr. Ed. LaMonte, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Anna Kristen Nichols, “Bountiful Baskets and Abundant Tradition - Southern Family Heritage,” Dr. Tynes Cowan, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Marc Anthony Parker, “Aran:  Depiction of the Primitive in the 21st Century,” Dr. Sandra Sprayberry, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Allison Rose Schuver, “Elvis Presley:  The Man, the Gender, and the Gaze,” Dr. Tynes Cowan, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Jeanie Snipes Sleadd, “A Response to the Power of Advertising in Defining Femininity and Its Affect on Young Women,” Professor Pam Venz, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Miriam Ann Smith, “Compelling Secrets and Self-Identification in Church and On-line:  A Look at PostSecret and Its Implications,” Dr. Larry Brasher and Dr. Rick McCallum, Faculty Sponsors.

  • Peter Manley Starr, “Creativity and the Short Story,” Mr. Kent Andersen and Dr. Peter Donahue, Faculty Sponsors.

  • Whitney Allyn Williams, “Fashioning the Future:  How Global Changes Will Affect Fashion,” Dr. Scott Duncan, Faculty Sponsor.

Class of 2008

  • Paul Edward Blom, “A Look Behind Bars:  A Case Study of Baldwin State Prison,” Dr. Guy Dalto, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Whitney Beck Brackin, "Llegando en el Corazon de Dixie:  The Immigration Experience of Latinos in the Birmingham Metropolitan Area,” Dr. William Nicholas, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Ja-Lin Chen, “Customizing for an Asian Market:  Coca-Cola,” Professor Pam Venz and Dr. Stephen Craft, Faculty Sponsors.

  • Jordan Elizabeth Duchock, "The Morality of Female Sexuality in Modern Popular Culture: A Textual Analysis of Sex and the City,” Dr. Heather Meggers-Wright and Dr. Alicia Weaver, Faculty Sponsors.

  • Rosalynn Joy Fairless, “Diddlings and Doodlings:  The Art Analysis and Psychology of Doodling,” Dr. Terry Goodrick, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Katherine Wynne Lamar, “Women and Advertisements in Post War America," Dr. Victoria Ott, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Cedric Raynard Rudolph, “Double Identity:  Blacks Performing Blackface and Whiteface,” Dr. Guy Dalto, Faculty Sponsor

Class of 2007

  • Kelly Lorena Bragan, “'America's Favorite Board Game':  An Exploration of the Appeal of the Game of Monopoly in American Culture,” Professor Kent Andersen, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Corrie Elizabeth Clarkson, “Christian Assimilation and Conversion and the Visual Expressions of the Greek Realm:  Mariology and Iconography,” Dr. Samuel Pezzillo, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Joseph Tyler Cox, “Musical Glass:  The History and Physics Behind the Sound,” Dr. Duane Pontius, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Meghan Patricia Dannemiller, “Picture Perfect Suburbia,” Dr. Susan K. Hagen, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Clayton Lee Foster, “Profiling the Camshaft:  Lessons in Lift, Duration, and Pushrod V8s,” Dr. David Schedler, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Kelly Lynn Frey, “Disney's Depiction of Women:  Understanding Disney's Contradictory Portrayal of Women after the Women's Liberation Movement,” Dr. Victoria Ott, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Hiram Jennings Goza, “Cultural Creations of American Masculinity:  An Analysis of the Freemasons in Developing American Masculinity in the Early Republic, 1790-1820,” Dr. Victoria Ott, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Bonnie Lynn McClure, “Matsuo Basho's Late Haiku:  Translations and Historical Context,” Dr. Matthew Levey, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Robert Nieman Rivard, “The Impact of Lithography on Advertising:  The Rise of Image Marketing,” Professor Kevin Shook, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Seth Logan Swanner, “Freaky Freud-day:  The Psychology of Horror Film,” Dr. Lynne Trench, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Megan Grace Wimberley, “Coaxing out the Recluse:  Discovering Emily Dickinson through Poems and a Play,” Dr. Alan Litsey and Dr. Gail Smith, Faculty Sponsors.

Class of 2006

  • Elizabeth Bradford Frye, “Cindy Sherman's Untitled Film Stills: A Lesson inFeminist Ambiguity,” Dr. Dominique Linchet, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Kathryn Lee Gilmer, “A Dimension of Sight and Sound:  An Analysis of the Fan-vid Editing Process,” Professor Robert L. Shelton, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Elisabeth Anne Glenn, “Reactions to Integration by Private Schools:  Birmingham, a case study,” Dr. Edward S. LaMonte, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Walker Elwert Grooms, “Out of Step (With Itself):  The Amorphous Nature of Straight Edge,” Dr. Frederick Ashe, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Stefanie Marie Hall, “A Sociological Analysis of Protestant Conceptions of Salvation in the United States,” Dr. William T. Myers, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Kandace Runita Hamilton, “The Reason Why I Sing:  A Vocal Exploration of Black Gospel Music,” Dr. David J. Smith and Dr. Thomas J. Gibbs, Faculty Sponsors.

  • Meredith René Hanson, “Arpilleristas:  Committing Voices to Memory,” Dr. William E. Nicholas, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Wesley Gannon Kelley, “Every Thought Captive:  Guilt in Evangelicalism?” Dr. J. Lawrence Brasher, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Elina Elizabeth Kukuy, “Bris Milah:  4000 Years of Religious Practice Meets Western Medicine and the Media,” Dr. Pamela K. Hanson, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Tony Wade Langer, “Help Yourself:  The Psychology of Helping Behavior,” Dr. Lynne Trench, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Tamara Dean McLeod, “Studying and Experiencing Creativity,” Dr. Ron Hooten and Dr. Susan K. Hagen, Faculty Sponsors.

Class of 2005

  • Jeris Morgan Burns, “From Fountains to Flamingos: A Study of Yard Art as an Expression of Identity,” Dr. Robyn Ryle and Dr. Guy Dalto, Faculty Sponsors.

  • Lauren Elizabeth Kilgore, “My Grass is Blue: The Origins and Influence of Traditional American Folk and Bluegrass,” Dr. Vincent Gawronski, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Linnea Michelle Larson, “Federalized vs. Privatized Regulation of Research, Production, Distribution, and Administration of Immunizations in the US,” Dr. Sara Robicheaux, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Julia Tankard McMath, “Key Strokes vs. Brush Strokes: An Experiment in Digital Art,” Professor Jim Neel, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Robin Joyce Parks, “The Creative Class and the Revitalization of Birmingham's Urban Economy” Dr. Ed LaMonte, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Jeffrey Dwight Parsons, “Just the Facts: The Availability and Impact of Nonjudgmental Resources in Libraries for Gay and Lesbian Youth,” Dr. Terry S. Goodrick, and Dr. Tricia Witte, Faculty Sponsors.

  • Anne Aletta Terry, “Wine: Religious and Cultural Significance,” Dr. Michael McInturff, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Allison Paige Warren, “The Past and Present Cultural Significance of Body Art,” Dr. Thomas J. Gibbs, Faculty Sponsor.

Class of 2004

  • Kimberly Leona Bell, “The Image of the Oriental Woman,” Dr. Matt Levey, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Sara Marie Doughton, “Cross Cultural Studies in Female Beauty,” Professor Kent Andersen, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Margaret Amanda Ege, “Legends of the Sea: An Exploration of the Romance and Reality of the Pirating World,” Dr. Tynes Cowan, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Karen Lynn Johnson, “The Free State of Winston: A Study of the History of Winston County, Alabama during the Civil War Period,” Dr. Sam Stayer, Faculty Sponsor.

  • John Thomas Newman, “Perceptions of the U. S. Military Presence in Okinawa,” Dr. Matt Levey, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Carl Hunter Russell, “The Art of Art Restoration: A Study of the Philosophy and Techniques of Art Restoration and Conservation,” Dr. Pamela K. Hanson, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Anna Marie Spruiell Kittinger, “One Man's Junk is Another Man's Treasure: Joe Minter's African Village,” Dr. Sandra Sprayberry, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Sunday Lynne Vanderver, “Impact of Images: Case Studies in Photojournalism and the Civil Rights Movement,” Dr. Ed. LaMonte, Faculty Sponsor.

Class of 2003

  • Melanie Rose Barnhart, "The Exploitation of Women in Advertising and Its Effect on the Self-Image of Adolescent Girls," Dr. Kathy Hollingsworth, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Brooxie Carlton, "How Music Affects the Listener," Dr. Dorothy Hindman, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Kerry Beth Fox, "Quilting an Identity: Piecing Together a Sense of Self Looking into the Past and the Future," Dr. Charlotte Ford, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Whitney Leigh Gallien, "The Fears and Desires of Two American Generations as Reflected Through Comic Books," Dr. Tynes Cowan, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Nicholas Meyer Gaskill, "When a Newspaper can be a Bottle: Engaging the History and Aesthetics of Collage," Professor Jim Neel, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Mary Elizabeth Gilmer, "Eyewitness to Horror: The Impact of the 1862 Exhibition of the Matthew Brady Studio's Photographs of the Antietam Battlefield," Dr. V. Markham Lester, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Danny Patrick Gleason, "An Analysis of Common Approaches to Honors Programs in Higher Education," Dr. Katherine Kirkpatrick, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Lauren Ashford Harrington, "Lateralization in Rats: Is Handedness Distinctly Human?" Dr. Megan Peterson, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Angelika Ruth Kuettner, "Abraham Lincoln Through the Eyes of the 1860 Election Voter: A Narrative from the Voter's Perspective," Dr. Guy Hubbs, Faculty Sponsor.

  • John Eric Seay, "Breathing Life into Love: A Study of Relationships Through the Medium of Song," Dr. Charles Mason, Faculty Sponsor

  • John Tyler Thomas, "Literature of Fly Fishing," Dr. David Schedler, Faculty Sponsor.

  • Victor Vasile, "Two Wascally Wabbits: Brer Rabbit and Bugs Bunny," Dr. Sandra Sprayberry, Faculty Sponsor.