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The WKU Student Honors Research Bulletin is dedicated to scholarly involvement and student research. These papers are representative of work done by students from throughout the university.

  • Albin, Bettye. Hawthorne's Narrator in the Blithedale Romance: A New Cover for an Old Friend
  • Allen, Christopher. With Just Pride: The Naval History of the Warships USS Enterprise
  • Barrett, Shelly. Structuralism
  • Bolton, Joe. Wallace Stevens and Twentieth Century Aesthetics
  • Bush, Paul. The Acceptance of Grace in Flannery O'Connor's Short Stories
  • Gasparello-Moore, Nina. A Comparison of a Naïve and Simple Regression Forecasting Model for the Dow Jones Industrial Average
  • Henry, Lynn. The Bureaucratic and Professional Role: Comparison of the Conception of Associate and Baccalaureate Degree Nursing Students at Western Kentucky University
  • Johnson, Tommy. The King's Men: Fact or Fiction?
  • Kirkland, Gail. Northrop Frye: Controversial Perspectives
  • LaRoque, Sue. The Development of International Accounting Standards
  • Link, Lucy. The Concept of Materiality
  • Marshall, Michael. Organismal Adaptation of Animals to Cold
  • Miles, Pamela. Sexual Harrassment: Sex Discrimination Under Title VII
  • Nealy, Laura. Fingering Practices in Early Keyboard Music
  • Noel, Kim. College Students' Attitudes Toward Obesity
  • Prettyman, Bill. Televised Presidential Debates: Past, Present, Future
  • Price, Timothy. Death as an Inspiration for Paul Klee's Work
  • Sisk, Cristy. Anomie: Effects on Interpersonal Communication
  • Sprowl, Diane. Sweeteners: Consumer Acceptance in Tea


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