Senior Thesis Presentations

2020

Ahlam Islam: "Mental Health Service Utilization among College Students of Color”          

Amanda Coors: "How high quality food varies by class"      

Sydney France: "Changes in Rural Students’ Perceptions of their Hometowns after Attending an Urban Undergraduate Institution” 

Natalia Rice: “POC in a PWI: Examining the Experiences and Social Navigation Patterns of Students of Color in a Predominantly White Institution”      

Tyra Jean: "Political Media Attitudes toward Haitian Immigration Post-2010 Port-Au-Prince Earthquake: A Comparative Analysis Between U.S & Canada"

2019

Hayley Barbara Bermel: “Designed to Fail: Public-Private Interest in U.S. Healthcare

Chaunci Letang: "Carib-being: Exploring the Social Identities of Young Caribbean Immigrants in the United States”

Cortney Simmons: "Just A Spoke in the Wheel: Why Recognition of Climate Change Does Not Guarantee Pro-Environmental Behavior Among Senior Undergraduate Students”

Alyssa Smith: "Biological Sex Differences in Treatment Seeking Behaviors for Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, and Binge Eating Disorder”

Shatira Woods: “Between Somewhere and Nowhere: Navigating the Liminal Space of Prisoner Reentry”

Chenkai Wu: “Looking in the Mirror, the Sociology of Sociologists: How Sociologists are Produced in Relation to Institutional Impacts, Political Contexts and Personal Identities”

2018

Rachel Mitchell: "Collegiate Greek Life and Political Engagement"

Katie Pataki: “Understanding the Complexities of Body Image in College Women

Eric Fray: "Gender Roles in Rugby

Zack Choi: “Higher Education: The New Booby Trap

Jennith Lucas: "Blind Industrial Workers and the Struggle to Organize

2017

Shasche Allen: "Not All Are Welcome

Rachel Brown-Weinstock: “An Application of Neighborhood Narrative Frame Theory to Explain Community Attachment Resilience in a Deindustrialized City

KC Kaicher: “The Effect Greek Life Has On Eating Disorders”

Alexis Rinck: “Witness the Spectacle if You Can

Ingmar Steeman: “Pushed Out of The Circle: Examining The Social Relations Between American and International Students

Catri Stokes: "Athletics, Politics, and Social Issues"

Rachel Workstel: “Sweet as Honey: A Research Analysis of Digital Sugaring Lifestyles and Escort Services

Taylor White: "Researchers Researched: Staff and Faculty Perceptions of Working with Students from Other Cultures

2016

Battle, Taylor: “The Benefits of Campus Participation: A Study on the Experience of African American College Seniors at Syracuse University”

Breault, Samantha: “What’s Money Got to Do With It?”

Foulkes, Michelle: “Can I Ask Him Out to Dinner?”

Gonzalez, Paloma: “Higher Education as a Platform for the Reproduction of Class: The Implications in a Neoliberal Capitalistic Society and a Globalized Market”

Hopkins, Ashkeah: “Sticking to Culture and Traditions While Being Successful in the Modern World”

Howard, Jeniea: “Communication Between Occupational Therapists and Their Patients at a Teaching Hospital”

Johnson, Danika: “I’m the First to Make it to College But How Do I Actually Do This?: How Do First Generation Students Get Advised Through the College Process Compared to Non-First Generation Students”

Kwong, Tiffany: “Breaking Stereotypes: Understanding the Dating Culture in the ROTC”

O’Brien, Jamie: “Inflation of Higher Education and Resulting Impacts on the Working World”

Potter, Rachel: “All Roads Lead to Yes: The Disparities in the Definition of Sexual Consent between Fraternity Men and Sorority Women”

Weeks, Kristen:  “Sexual Health Discourse in the Conflict Generation: a Gendered Approach”