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Fall 2020 Virtual Thesis Celebration

This fall semester, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Thesis Celebration Week is going virtual and will be held December 7-11. Please mark your calendars now to help us celebrate student success! The schedule and access information is listed below. 

December 7, 2020

Lauren Smith, 1 p.m., What makes WMU student leaders unique? Join via WebEx

December 8, 2020

Genevieve Nicolow, 9 a.m., Westbound, Join via WebEx

Emma Dubensky and Megan Scherpereel, 10:30 a.m., Housing Pre-Fabrication and Resource Optimization, Join via WebEx

Alexander Stratton, 11 a.m., Global Emergencies: How Do They Affect Supply Chain Management Students? Join via WebEx

Alyssa Lopez, 11 a.m., GDNF Expression in Male and Female Rats with Age and Exercise, Join via WebEx

Jacqueline Greene, 1 p.m., The Role of Reactive Oxygen Species in Planarian Wound Closure, Join via WebEx

December 9, 2020

Liron Sussman, 10 a.m., “Space For All?”: An Analysis of Race, Gender, and Society in the Cult Classic Doctor Who, Join via WebEx

Camryn Keane, 10 a.m., Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: A Guide for Caregivers, Join via WebEx

Madison Holm, 1 p.m., Odonate Species Richness and Canopy Gradient in Ludington State Park, Join via WebEx

Catherine Lemus, 2 p.m., WMU Essential Studies Program: Creating Awareness for the New Required Curriculum, Join via WebEx

December 10, 2020

Alexis Garcia, noon, Providing a Safe Space for Children Who Have Experienced Trauma, Join via WebEx