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2016-17 Senior Project SAGES Capstones

Anderson-Nhok, Caroline. Spring 2017. Denmark and Wisconsin: The Effect of Populism in Danish Parliamentary and U.S. Presidential Elections. Supervisor: Professor Beckwith.
 
Bardwell, Emma.  Spring 2017.  Effects of the Sexual Assault Allegations against Donald Trump on the Senate Races of 2016.  Supervisor: Professor Beckwith. 
 
Benison, Yishayah. Fall 2016. Forecasting The 2016 Presidential Election; Which Factors Contribute Most to a Candidate’s Victory. Supervisor: Professor Buchler.
 
Cerne-Iannone, Evan. Fall 2016. The Failure of Oslo and the Future of the Palestinian/Israeli Peace Process. Supervisor: Professor Moore.
 
Choi, Jeongpil. Fall 2016. ROK Relations with Surrounding States: South Korean Foreign Relations with its Neighbors in the New Age. Supervisor: Professor Schroeder.
 
Collins, Connor. Fall 2016. The Era of Sovereign Wealth Funds. Supervisor: Professor Posner.
 
Damera, Shivani. Spring 2017. Health Care Reforms and the Federal Budget Process. Supervisor: Professor White.
 
Domin, Morgan. Spring 2017. Environmental Refugee Policy. Supervisor: Professor Lavelle.
 
Eid, Waed. Fall 2016. Jordan and Kuwait: Different Circumstances, Same Outcome. Supervisor: Professor Moore.
 
Ericksen-Deriso, Nicolas. Spring 2017. Bail, An Insider’s Perspective: Examining Judges’ Perceptions of the American Bail System. Supervisor: Professor Entin.
 
Ericksen-Deriso, Nicolas. Spring 2017. Economic Growth and Income Inequality: Testing the Kuznets Curve. Supervisor: Professor Buchler.
 
Farley, Eliza. Spring 2017. The Internet and Political Openness in China. Supervisor: Professor Schroeder.
 
Fenech, Hanno.  Fall 2016.  People, Politics, and Perception:  The Rise of Anti-Immigration Parties in Western Democracies.  Supervisor: Professor Beckwith.
 
Fokken, Brian. Spring 2017. More Than Reefs to Islands in the South China Sea: Understanding the Shifting Economic Landscape in the Asia-Pacific Region. Supervisor: Professor Schroeder.
 
Gallup, Jasmine. Spring 2017. New Media and the 2016 Presidential Election. Supervisor: Professor White.
 
Haden, Austin. Spring 2017. The Nicaraguan Canal: Players, Consequences, and the Changing Geopolitical Landscape. Supervisor: Professor Posner.
 
Huynh, Gloria. Fall 2016. A Tale of Two Chinas: The Issue of Taiwan’s Identity. Supervisor: Professor Schroeder.
 
Jiao, Yuqing (Hailey). Fall 2016. Deepening Economic Cooperation between China and Taiwan: Opportunities and Challenges. Supervisor: Professor Schroeder.
 
John, Reeny. Spring 2017. Reducing Rape in Lesser-Developed Nations: Policies and Politics. Supervisor: Professor White.
 
Lau, Andrea. Fall 2016. Comparing Jordan’s Arab Spring and Hong Kong’s Umbrella Revolution: The Role of Pseudo‐Democracy and Youth Activism. Supervisor: Professor Moore.
 
Macaskill, Cameron. Spring 2017. South Africa and the International Criminal Court: Local Politics Informing International Legalization. Supervisor: Professor Lavelle.
 
Miller, Jaimee. Spring 2017. The Politics of German Reunification. Supervisor: Professor Posner.
 
Neilson, Gloria. Spring 2017. Analyzing Social Revolution Through Technology. Supervisor: Professor Lavelle.
 
Newcomb, Elijah. Spring 2017. Naloxone and Needle Exchanges and the Politics of Harm Reduction. Supervisor: Professor White.
 
Patteson, Mark. Fall 2016. Rocks In Hard Places: Japan’s Post‐Fukushima Energy Security Dilemma. Supervisor: Professor Schroeder.
 
Rasmussen, Emily. Fall 2016. Should I Stay or Should I Go Now: The Effect of Voter Demographics on the 2014 Scottish Independence Referendum. Supervisor: Professor Beckwith.
 
Reynolds, Steven. Fall 2016. The Neoliberal Epoch: Economic Crises, Individual Liberties, and the End of Embedded Liberalism. Supervisor: Professor Posner.
 
Schnack, William. Fall 2016. The Historical Relationship between the Treasury and the Federal Reserve. Supervisor: Professor Lavelle.
 
Selwitz, Alexander. Spring 2017. Did NAFTA Help Develop Mexico? Supervisor: Professor Posner.
 
Spreng, Noah. Spring 2017. Neutral, but not Unarmed. Supervisor: Professor Lavelle.
 
Taylor, Elizabeth. Fall 2016. The Effects of Foreign Aid on Ethiopia: The Responsibility to Protect and State Sovereignty. Supervisor: Professor Posner.
 
Vanisko, Anastazia. Spring 2017. Mobilizing Alliances Within the Women’s March. Supervisor: Professor Beckwith.
 
Ward, Brian. Spring 2017. Donald Trump and his Impact on Companies who are Considering Manufacturing Outside the United States. Supervisor: Professor Posner.
 
Yeranosyan, Elen. Spring 2017. Civil Wars in Developing Countries. Supervisor: Professor Lavelle.
 
 
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