Mentor-Mentee Project History

Faculty Mentor

Student Mentee

Project Title

07-08

Joseph Kyger

Kathryn Golden

Utilizing High Resolution Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectromety with Stable Isotope Analysis to Measure Calcium Absorption in Premature Infants

Terry Martin

Jennifer Costello
Alex Orear

Healing Arts in the Community

Linda McClaren

Jessica Billham

Retraining the Problem Horse

Jane Mudd

Adam Dresden

Investigation into the Glazing
Techniques of Five Master Painters

Gary Mullen

Kate Woodard

Implementation of First Special Olympics Equestrian Event for the State of Missouri

Karen Pautz

Patricia Clark

Development of Horse Show Association Record-Keeping Software

Greg Smith

Nicholas Jenkins

The Horror, The Horror:  Genre Remakes, Fear, and the American Culture

Mary Spratt

Ashley Miller

Annotating Prokaryotic Genomes: Participation in a Multi-Institution Collaboration

Marilyn VanLeeuwen

Jessie Brown

Dimensions of Optimism

Stephanie Wells

Tara Boehl

In Its Infancy:  The Rhetoric of
Adoption

Linda McClaren

Jojo Levy

“Starting the four year old warm-blood sport horse over
fences”

Terry Martin

Jennifer Costello
Alex Orear

Healing Art Workshops and Exhibits

Jane Mudd

Meagan Cooper

Fulton Public Mural Project

Mary Spratt

Jackie Althauser

“Species Variation within the Ehrlichia Bacteria”

Marilyn VanLeeuwen

Laura Barbarick

“Assessment of Personality: Personality, eating disorders, and stress”

Marilyn VanLeeuwen

Dawson Powell

“Assessment of Personality Traits: Optimism-Pessimism”

Laura Ward

Lauren McMichael

“History of the Horse Program at WWU”

Harriet Yelon

Josh Stephenson

“Value of Social Services to the Corporate Bottom Line”

2004-2005

Cara Evans
Prof.Jane Mudd

Art

Interaction and Perception of Color in Various Media and
Technique

Betsy Irvin
Prof. Linda McClaren

Eqs

Comparative Training Techniques in Show Jumpers Development

Holly Dirnberger
Prof. Terry Martin

Art

Communicating the Majesty of the Natural World

John Ford II
Prof. Brett Rogers

His

African-Americans in WWII: An Oral History

Amanda Candee
Prof. Mary Spratt

Bio

Developing a Real-Time PCR Assay for Ehrlichia bacteria

Amber Kadera
Prof. Marilyn Van Leeuwen

Psy

Understanding Addiction: Personality v. Environment

Allison Hedges
Prof. Marilyn Van Leeuwen

Psy

Art Therapy in Relation to
Self-Image and Beauty

Jillian Lee
Prof. Mary Spratt

Bio

Identifying Ehrlichia bacteria carriers in Missouri

Sarah Williams
Prof. Terry Martin

Art

Communicating the Majesty of the Natural World

2003

Banks, Barbie

G. Kremer

Dr. Thompkins of Kansas City

Colbert, Megan

J. Mudd

The Nude in Art: Assessment & Analysis

Hilpipre, Virginia

M.Spratt

Ehrlichia bacteria in Missouri Tick Populations

Holiman, Riki

S. Webb

Molecular Systematics & Taxonomy of
Characodon

Nelson, Gretchen

L. Kramer

Indigenous Missouri: Sacred Sites and Special
Places

Kadera, Amber

M. VanLeeuwen

The Role of Personality in Information
Processing

Thompson, Megan

L. McClaren

Equestrian Website

Van Gundy, Emily

S. Riddick

American Women Authors

Williams, Sarah

T. Martin

Varied Art Media to Express the Natural World

1994-2001          

Ms. Ivana Popovic Prof. M. Van Leeuwen (Psychology)

00-01

"The Role of Personality and Stress on Health and
Well-Being"

Ms. Gloria Reagan Prof. G. Kremer (History)

00-01

"African-American Life in the Missouri Ozarks: The
Village of Eldridge, 1880-1950"

Mr. Evan Orr Prof. G. Kremer (History)

99-00

"The Lake Placid Story: A Study of African American
Community Life"

Ms. Katherine Mitten
Prof. T. Martin
(Art)

99-00

"Family and Friends, Dreamed and Remembered"

Mr. Marcus Stucke Prof. V. Prabhu (Mathematics)

99-00

"Extending Scope of ISTL (Interactive Set Language)
to Include Linear Algebra Applications"

Ms. Leah Beth Williamson Prof. M. Van Leeuwen (Psychology)

99-00

"The Role of Personality and Stress on Health and
Well-Being"

Ms. Rachael Palow Prof. M. Spratt (Biology)

98-99

"A Study of the Causative Agents of Tularemia and the Ehrlichial Diseases in Infected Ticks from Selected Missouri Counties as Identified by Polymerase Chain Reaction"

Ms. Katie Miles Prof. M. Spratt (Biology)

97-98

"An Examination of Selected Species of Ticks in Callaway County and Adjacent Counties for Francisella tularensis as Identified by DNA Amplification"

Ms. Michele Stephens Prof. M. Van Leeuwen (Psychology)

97-98

"Attachment Styles and Communication via an
Electronic Format"

Ms. Lisa Ferguson Prof. G. Lampe (Equestrian Studies)

97-98

"Developing a Manual of Saddle Seat Equitation
Workouts"

Ms. Phyllis Shaw Prof. Terry Martin (Art)

97-98

"Illustration and Production of a Digital Manuscript
Describing the Growth on an Artist Teacher"

Ms. Whitney Mitchell Prof. Vrunda Prabhu (Mathematics)

97-98

"Julia Sets and Applications"

Ms. Danielle Dodge Prof. Gayle Lampe (Equestrian Studies)

96-97

Workbook for "Riding For Success"

Ms. Lindsay Bowman
Prof. Marilyn Van Leeuwen
(Psychology)

96-97

"An Investigation into the Role of Personality Variables in Interpersonal Relationships: An Attachment Perspective"

Ms. Crystal Bowden Prof. Terry Martin (Art)

96-97

"Exhibition Related to Concerns for the
Environment"

Ms. Amber Hoglin Prof. Gary Kremer (History)

96-97

"African-American Community Life in Arrow Rock, Missouri 1879-1940"

Ms. Tammy Lucas Prof. Mary Spratt (Biology)

96-97

"A Pilot Study of  TicksIn Callaway County, Missouri, as potential vectors of Francisella tularensis, the causative Agent of Tularemia, as found by PCR"

Ms. Jodie Richardson Prof. Gayle Lampe (Equestrian Studies)

95-96

Research & Writing Activities Related to a book to be entitled, "Riding for Success"

Ms. Jennifer Kane Prof. Gary Kremer (History)

95-96

"African-American Community Life in Prof. Gary
Kremer in the Ozarks, 1879-1940"

Ms. Sarah Miley Prof. Paul Clervi (Art)

95-96

"A Study of Women Sculptors of the Twentieth
Century"

Ms. Cindy Mackey Prof. Gary Kremer (History)

95-96

"Yates"

Ms. Cindy Mackey Prof. Gary Kremer (History)

94-95

"Women in the Labor Force in
Industrializing Missouri"

 

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