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14 Class of 2004 Honors Gradutes Fourty-seven Carroll seniors will graduate with honors this year. In order to be eligible, students must have completed an honors thesis and have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.25. Below is a list of the seniors who will be graduating with honors, their major and thesis title. Gina Carlson - Accounting \The Importance of Business Ethics” Janelle Bennett - Biology “Effects of Cu on Soil Bacterial Number, Activity, and Community Structure as a Function of time” Lindsay Black - Biology “The Role of E2F1 in Endocycle Regulation” Rachel Brooke - Biology “The Use of Prostaglandin F to Synchronize Estrus in Beef Cattle and Influence Calving Dates” Erin Carlson - Biology “The Effects of Heavy Metal Contamination on Bacterial Activities and Species Richness in Soilfrom Montana’s Clark Fork River Valley” Julianna Duchesneau - Biology “The Effects of Estradiol and Tamoxifen on Leukocyte Distribution in Response to Restraint Stress in Mice (Mus musculus)” Erin Flaherty - Biology “Differential Expression of Mitochondrial Proteins in Alzheimer’s Disease Patients Compared to Age-Matched Controls” Kathryn Menninger - Biology “The effects of hydroperiod on the head morphol ogy of long-toed salamanders (Ambystoma macro- dactylum)” Tim Mitchell -Biology “A Geometric Morphometric Analysis of Tail Morphology in the Colombia Spotted Frog, Rana lutieventris” Andrew Palmer - Biology “The Effects of Zinc Contamination on Soil Bacterial Communities” Callie Riggin - Biology “Cytogenetics of Simulium arcticum at Little Prickly Pear Creek: A test of the Rhodes IIL- 3/IIL-7 Reproductive Isolation Hypothesis” Amber Robertson - Biology “Expression and Cellular Localization of dab5-l, a Delayed Abscission Mutant, in Arabidopsis thaliana.” Tonya Santoro - Biology “Cytogenetics of Simulium arcticum in the Rockies: A Test of the IIL-3 \montane\/ IIL-7 \prairie\ Hypothesis” Marilee Simons - Biology “The Effects of Estrous Stage on Leukocyte Distribution in Response to Restraint Stress in Mice (Mus musculus)” Kathryn Van Hook - Biology “Detection of the Coprinus cinereus protein Rad51 in meiotic and mitotic tissue and characterization of the Rad51 antibody” Aubrey Smartt - Biology/Chemistry “RB Inhibition of Cellular Proliferation during S- phase and Origin Density Determination through Alterations in Nucleotide Pools” Loren Brown -Business Administration/ Accounting “Banking Queues and A's” Amanda Blackburn - Chemistry • “Separation of Underivatized Amino Acids and Dipeptides Using 1-Butylimidazolium Based Stationary Phase and UV Detection” Kelli Brensdal - Chemistry “Synthesis of S-amino phosphonate” Larryn Krause - Chemistry “Toward Solving the Structure of Cholesterol Oxidase H447E/E361Q Double Mutant” Kelly Beffert - Chemistry/Mathematics “It’s Your Move: Optimal Playing Strategies for Mancala” Levi Mielke - Chemistry/Mathematics “Eddy Covariance Flux Determination MBO Using the Fast Isoprene System” Kylee Zimmer -Civil Engineering “Effect of Displacement Histories on Lightly Confined Reinforced Concrete Bridge Columns” Jessica Gill - Communcation Studies \A Change of Seasons\: An Exploration of Enterprise Journalism” Jessica Saunders - Business Administration/ Communication Studies “Mentoring in the Workplace: A Look at Unsuccessful Mentoring Relationships and their Effect on Women” Chelsea Seiller - English “The Modem Hero in Faulkner’s Victory and Uncle Willy Patrick Couture - English Literature/Writing “Ceci N’est Pas Une Pipe: An Examination of Metafiction” Sean McDonald - English “The Evolution of Story” Michael McMahon - English Writing “For the Love of Another” Leslie McClain - Environmental Studies “Incorporating Open Spaces In Urban Planning: Three Pines Development, LLC” Kristine Berg - Liberal Science “Bioaccumulation of Heavy Metals by Damselfly Nymphs (Enallagma boreale) in Spring Meadow Lake, Lewis and Clark County, Montana” Shannon O’Brien - Math/Computer Science “Applications of Permutations and Substitutions to Cryptography” Sarah Ahmann - Nursing “Facing the Issue of Cultural Sensitivity with Female Patients who have Undergone Circumcision: A Survey of Nursing Students’ Knowledge and Perceptions Concerning the Practice of Circumcision Brooke Beadle - Nursing “Running Head: Suffering And Relaxing” Cassidy Johnson - Nursing “Postpartum Depression: Prompt Detection and Treatment Prevents Life-Threatening Consequences” Adam Gill - Political Science “The Interaction of Montana political Parties and American Indians through the issue of Districting and Apportionment Since 1992” Charlynn Malcom - Political Science/ Communication Studies “Death and Communication: An in-depth analysis of the intemal/extemalcommunication on the Thirtymile Fire Incident” Murry Warhank - Political Science “Women Who Want to Be Women”: The Social and Political Antifeminism of Phyllis Schlafly” Julia Wendt - Political Science /International Relations “ Bristol-Myers Squibb’s Secure the Future Foundation: A Genuine Act of Corporate Social Responsibility?” Natasha Adamson - Psychology ‘The Function of Dog Presence in Reducing Blood Pressure in Human Subjects” Flannery Harpole - Psychology “Sifting Through the Abstractions of A Nascent Mind” Ann Marie Miner - Psychology “Olfaction and Maternal Behaviors in Rats” Megan Patrick - Psychology “Self-Acceptance and Locus of Control in Cosmetic Surgery Patients” Jenny Schubring - Psychology “Running head: Androgyny’s Affect On Platonic Friendships” Buffy Miller - Sociology “Discrimination and/or Prejudice in the Criminal Justice System” Nanette Smith -TESOL/Spanish “I Wish I Would Have Known: A Guide to Study Abroad” Margaret Scanlon - Theology/Political Science ‘The Ordination of Women in the Roman Catholic Church: An Open and Shut Case? \ WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 2004 VOLUME 87, NO. 7