Archive for May, 2016

Long Are University Credits Valid

By • May 30th, 2016 • Category: Honors Thesis, Research

by: Matthew Kepnes –> –> Folks who are intriguing in educating English overseas result from skills and many different careers. Lots of times they’re unsure about becoming an English educator overseas, about how to-go. Luckily, the procedure to become an instructor is rather easy. You dont need to have lots of capabilities or specifications to […]



Abstract: On the Covering Number of Symmetric Groups of Even Order

By • May 30th, 2016 • Category: Honors Thesis, Research

In abstract algebra (specifically, group theory, or the study of sets of objects united by a binary operator), the symmetric groups are of serious interest to mathematicians. The symmetric group of order n is the group of all possible rearrangements of a set of n elements, with the operation of function composition, i.e. combining two rearrangements into one by […]



May 2016: Getting Settled and Getting Started

By • May 27th, 2016 • Category: Honors Thesis, Research

Greetings from Durham, North Carolina! After some deliberation, I chose to transfer my research from Chicago to the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area, or the Triangle, a region that has been on my radar as a potential research location since I wrote the first draft of my proposal a few months ago. As I found out when…
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Josh Litten’s Honors Thesis Blog 2016-05-27 07:25:53

By • May 27th, 2016 • Category: Honors Thesis, Research

59 Ideas On this page you’ll locate memoir tips and matters, along with links to a lot more memoir writing prompts. 56 Memoir Topics Which of these have now been significant in your life? being a parent your parent your grandparent a brother or pal A hobby or sport that’s been very important to you […]



Voices of the Dead: The Orderly Book of the German Regiment and John D. Woelpper

By • May 26th, 2016 • Category: Honors Thesis, Research

One of the principle sources I am using to write my Honors Thesis is the German Regiment’s first Orderly Book: a daily log of orders given to the Regiment by its commanding officer, most typically the Lieutenant Colonel, George Stricker, or Colonel, Nicholas Hausegger. It begins on September 17th, 1776, a little over two months…
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T-2 Days: Guatemala

By • May 26th, 2016 • Category: Honors Thesis, Research

Sitting here in my Massachusetts living room, I find it hard to wrap my head around the reality that, in exactly forty-eight hours, I will be en route to Guatemala. On Saturday, I will be leaving at 3 AM and arriving in Guatemala City in the early afternoon. For the first week, I will be…
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The Economics of Choosing and Changing College Majors

By • May 26th, 2016 • Category: Honors Thesis, Research

When I tell people that I am majoring in economics, I typically receive an approving nod.  It’s a safe bet – economics majors can go to business school, law school, PhD and Masters programs, or straight into a job.  Although the Neuroscience and Petroleum Engineering majors may raise receive more praise, my choice is certainly […]



W&M iGEM 2016: The Circuit Control Toolbox

By • May 24th, 2016 • Category: Honors Thesis, Research

One of the more important design features in synthetic biology is the ability to dynamically control the response of an inducible genetic circuit. We propose to create a toolbox of biological parts which will allow synthetic biologists to, among other things, control the transfer function of arbitrary circuits of their own design by (i) shifting […]



First Update: Here in Indonesia

By • May 24th, 2016 • Category: Honors Thesis, Research

Hi curious readers, So I am writing this post from the Pemkot Informasi Publik building, in the Resilience Office where I will be doing my work for the next 2 months. I apologize for the delay in writing this blog post, but I have been having a wonderfully busy time here in the past couple of days,…
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Pre-research Abstract: Religious Shifts of Young Korean American Christians

By • May 24th, 2016 • Category: Honors Thesis, Research

This study is based on the assumption that Korean American churches are conservative relative to the Northern Virginian society. Our hypothesis is that because Korean American churches of Northern Virginia are staying conservative in contrast to their liberal society, young Korean American Christians will leave them. This study will serve as an important indicator of recent religious shifts […]