Senior Theses

Senior Theses

After 2010, all EA Senior Theses are only available on the Claremont Scholarship Website: http://scholarship.claremont.edu/eap_ea_theses/

Class of 2011 Theses

  • Lucy Block (PO)
    “Opposition and Moderation: Two Responses to Horizontal Hydraulic Fracturing in the Marcellus Shale”
  • Ross Brennan (PO)
    “Effects of altitude on co-flowering phenology in a montane wildflower community”
  • Katharine Krevans Brieger (PO)
    “PCB-Contaminated Food in the Canadian Arctic”
  • Kris Brown (PO)
    “When Resistance is Not Enough: The Role of Ecotage in Radical Environmentalism”
  • Kristin Cettie (PO)
    “Segregationist or Culturally Relevant?: Examining Urban Redevelopment and Design in Los Angeles’ MacArthur Park”
  • Alexandra Cone (PO)
    “Apathy to Action: A Strategic, Interdisciplinary Approach to Changing Environmental Behavior”
  • Owen Deutsch (PO)
    “Inclusionary Zoning: New Ways Forward”
  • Keenan Ferar (PZ)
    “Nile Water: Development, Environment, and Conflict”
  • Sam Gordon (PO)
    “Re-Writing the Narrative: Alternatives to an American Culture of Dis-Placement”
  • Nathan Hasselbad (PO)
    “Will Dilithium Crystals Save Us?”
  • Coleen Joy Holliday (PO)
    “‘A Credible Collective Witness': Christianity’s Role in the Shift towards Sustainability”
  • Gissel Lara-Arredondo (PO)
    “From Sewers to Composting Toilets: The Key to Closing the Nutrient Cycle?”
  • Samuel Lewis (PO)
    “Cultivating Youth Earth Connections Summer Internship Program (YEC): A Hands-on Environmental Justice Focused Farming Program at the High School Level”
  • Danielle Manning (CMC)
    “The Importance of Education in Attitude Formation: A Swedish & American Cross-National Perspective”
  • Ashley Mccoy (PO)
    “Food Deserts in the Inland Empire: Locating Space for Urban Gardens in Ontario, California”
  • Stephen Parry (PO)
    “The Practical PEV: Removing Barriers to Plug-In Electric Vehicle Charging and Ownership”
  • Eben Perkins (PO)
    “Shaping Our Energy Future: Lessons from Maine’s Offshore Wind Energy Development Plans”
  • Becca Pryor (PO)
    “Preserving Paradise: A Look at Sustainable Tourism Development in the South Pacific”
  • Alex Rudee (PO)
    “Comparative Ecology and Population Dynamics of Ungalates in Botswana”
  • Jamie Shannon (PO)
    “When Curiosity Kills More Than the Cat: The Perils of Unchecked Scientific Inquiry”
  • Isso Shimamoto (PO)
    “An Examination of the Therapeutic Benefits of Nature at Operation Purple Camp”
  • Markham Shofner (PO)
    “Man, Nature and New Ideas: The Legacy of Sea Pines Plantation”
  • Megan Turner (PO)
    “Is LEED a True Leader?”
  • Jennifer Ward (CMC)
    “A Regional Approach to Sustainable Land Use and Transportation Planning in Southern California Desert Cities: Case Study Analysis of Western Riverside County”
  • Ashton Bree Wesner (PO)
    “Uncovering Argentine Environmentalisms: collective action, national identity, and environmental conflict”
  • Nathan Wilairat (PO)
    “Policies to Improve Organic Agriculture: Prospects to Meet an Agrarian, Ecological, or Resource Vision”
  • Winnie Wong (PO)
    “Climate Change Impacts on California’s State Water”
  • Kelsey Yocum (SC)
    “Environmentally Conscious Design: A Case Study of Sunriver, Oregon”
  • Danyang Zhao (PO)
    “From Parklands to Concrete: Plans for the Los Angeles River”
  • Ellen Yang (PO)
    “Fabrication and Preliminary Characterization of Hydrophobic Silica Aerogel Films for Oil Remediation Studies”