• Efficacy of Analgesic Methods for Hip Fractures 

        Author(s):McKenna, Alexandra
        A simple fall can be extremely detrimental to the health an elderly client. Falls are the leading cause of injury-related visits to the emergency departments in the United States and the primary cause of accidental death ...
      • Girl's Night 

        Author(s):Biggs, Amanda
        “Girls’ Night” is a full length screenplay that was written over the course of the past ten months that examines male-female relationships. Beck, a recent divorcee in his thirties, befriends a group of four tight-knit, ...
      • Synthesis and Characterization of Dibenzofuran-based Pincer Ligands 

        Author(s):Chapin, Hannah
        Energy waste associated with flaring of methane is a problem worth addressing. By developing a systematic means to control heterolytic activation and functionalization of carbon-hydrogen (C-H) bonds, methane could be ...
      • Analyzing the Effects of Voter Identification Laws 

        Author(s):Richardson, John
        This paper presents a synthesis of background information, major studies, and court cases related to voter identification laws and their impacts on voter turnout in states across the United States. There is a veritable ...
      • Simulating the Short Baseline Array of the ngVLA 

        Author(s):Parziale, Rachel
        The Next Generation Very Large Array (ngVLA) is a centimeter-millimeter interferometer consisting of a main array with 214, 18 meter diameter antennas. The largest scale structures the ngVLA can observe are determined by ...
      • Guillain-Barre' Syndrome: A Clinical Summary 

        Author(s):Belleau, Hannah M
        Guillain-Barre’ Syndrome is a neurological syndrome that impacts nearly 100,000 patients yearly. This disease is a severe neuropathy resulting in rapidly ascending paralysis. The presentation of Guillain-Barre’ varies ...
      • Voluntourism Uncovered: Toward a Standard for Meaningful Work 

        Author(s):Wood, Emily
        Many university students want to make a difference in the world by volunteering abroad. Volunteer tourism, or voluntourism, is a type of travel program in which participants have the chance to “give back to the community.” ...
      • Wyoming Rabies Control 

        Author(s):Hansen, Neta
        Rabies is a viral disease affecting more than 60,000 people in the United States of America (USA) annually. If a victim does not receive post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) before the onset of rabies symptoms, it is nearly ...
      • Ellbogen & How Innovators Can Turn Their Business Ideas into a Thesis, The 

        Author(s):Williams, Abbigail
        Completing the Honors thesis does not have to be traditional. In competing in the Ellbogen 50K Entrepreneurship Competition for my thesis, I learned the value of making my Honors thesis my own by competing with a business ...
      • ChemE Car That Cud: AIChE ChemE Car Engineering Design Proposal, The 

        Author(s):Christensen II, Thomas
        The ChemE Car That Cud showcases Wyoming’s dominant industries of agriculture and mining by utilizing rumen fluid from a cannulated beef cow to generate hydrogen to be used in a hydrogen fuel cell and radioactive cesium, ...
      • Robert W. Speer and the Queen City 

        Author(s):Claymon, Spencer
        This project is the culmination of a semester’s long history research project. It investigates the urban and political history of the city of Denver, Colorado. It begins by looking into why and how Denver became the ...