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Acknowledgement of Faculty Advisers

 

We would like to acknowledge each of the faculty advisers who worked with the student authors on their articles both before they were submitted for publication in Bridges and during the publication process. These faculty advisers, whose photographs and biographies follow the articles, dedicated time and energy far above their regular teaching responsibilities to guide their mentees in original research and writing. In many cases these articles were originally written as the student’s honors thesis or senior project. Working with advisees on such endeavors is not required for professors. They do this work for select students whose work rises above the normal expectations for undergraduate work. They also model faculty-student collaboration for our learning community. Without the work of the faculty advisers who direct the student toward success, Bridges could not exist.

 

We want to offer our sincere appreciation and gratitude to the following advisers who worked on articles for Issue 7:

 

Adviser and Department

Student Author and Title

Aneilya Barnes, History

Mitchell Locklear, “Word, Spirit, and Power: Women and Prophetic Authority in the Early Church”

Gregory Martel, Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sports Studies

Caitlin Carroll, “Assessment of Balance in Collegiate Cheerleaders: Is Implementing a Balance Training Program a Good Idea?”

Pamela Martin, Politics and Geography

Dominique de Wit, “UN-REDD and the Yasuní-ITT Initiative as Global Environmental Governance Mechanisms”

Michael Pierce, Biology

Jacob Beaver, “The Influence of Ubiquitin-related Modifier Protein URM1 on Prion Formation”

Tripthi Pillai, English

Hannah Widdifield, “Who’s Allowed to Ride the Short Bus? Un- Defining  Disability”

Kenneth Small, Accounting, Finance, and Economics

Dylon Houston, “Investigating Volatility Trends of Silver through an Analysis of Stock Options Prices”