2005 BSS Student Symposium Presentations

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Session One

SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT FOR CSU, CHICO

Campus Sustainability Assessment: Transportation & Planning
Tatiana Ahlstrand, Geography and Planning

Campus Sustainability Assessment: Material & Waste
Jennifer Arbuckle, Geography and Planning

Campus Sustainability Assessment: Water Usage
Calli-Jane Burch, Geography and Planning

Campus Sustainability Assessment: Energy Consumption
Cheri Chastain, Geography and Planning

Campus Sustainability Assessment: Environmental Health & Safety
Bryan Gabbard, Geography and Planning

Campus Sustainability Assessment: Learning & Governance
Kristina Miller, Geography and Planning

Campus Sustainability Assessment: Purchasing
Anthony Sudderth, Geography and Planning

Session Two

“Social Emotional Leadership Emergence: A Study Of Self-Monitors In The Changing Social Environment”
Brad Hutsell, Social Science

“I’d Rather Go Along Than Not Be Thought Of As A Man: Masculinity And Bystander Intervention”
Melanie B. Carlson, Social Science

“Student Reactions To The Confederate Flag”
Celine Pettyjohn, Sociology

Session Three

“Who Are the Victims: College Town: Burglaries and Public Disorder Crimes”
Lindsey A. Davis, Criminal Justice
Michael Nahm, Criminal Justice

“Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Procreation”
Monica Rudick, Sociology

“Women and Work: Relationships and Conflict Management on the Job”
Julie Withers, Social Science

Session Four

“Altered Axon Caliber in p75 Mutant Mice”
Nicole Hockenbury, Psychology
Amanda Waddington, Psychology

“Nutrition And Physical Activity In Mexican Americans”
Daedalys Wilson, Psychology

“Elderly Jail Inmates: Problems, Prevalence and Public Health”
Robynn Kuhlmann, Policital Science

Session Five

“Reaching Out to the Hmong Community with Health Education”
Somai Sayavong, Social Work
Bow Lee, Health Science

“Comparison Between Resilience and Risk Factors Among Youth”
Ricardo A. Samayoa, Public Admininistration

“Youth Development Through Environmental Theater”
Bow Lee, Health Science
Somai Sayavong, Social Work

Session Six

“Diverting Mentally Ill Inmates from California Jails”
Brian Roy, Public Administration

“Substance Abuse Treatment and the Prison Population”
Margaret Crahan, Social Work

“Arresting Findings: An Examination of DUIs in Chico Through Arrest Data and Survey Responses”
Ryan Cirino, Criminal Justice
Gabriel Ortiz, Criminal Justice

Session Seven

“Ego Identity Status, Locus of Control, and Self-Efficacy as Predictors of Academic Achievement in Alternative High School Students”
Michelle Francis, Psychology and Sociology

“Fostering an Environmental Ethnic through Service Learning”
Amie Eisenhut, Health Education & Nutrition & Food Science

“The College Experience: Viewpoints from Ethnic Non-Traditional Students”
Jennifer Torres, Social Work

Session Eight

“An NGO in Crisis”
Kathleen Moran, Anthropology

“Live/Work and New Manufacturing Zones in Oakland: Public Participation in the Zoning Code Update
(2002-2004)”
Aubrey Rose, Geography

“ASI Es La Vida Aqui”: Mayas, Marketing, and the Arrival of Tourism”
Sarah Taylor, Anthropology & Latin American Studies

Session Nine

““Lo Sviluppo del Mezzogiorno” The Development of Southern Italy”
Jeff Felardo, Economics

“Are Homes in Chico Overvalued?”
Sean Wever, Economics

“The Truth about Social Security”
Nicholas Hoag, Economics

“Sweet Capitalism”
Alex James, Economics

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