2018

Jack Becker, "The Vigor We Need. . .Numbers: Quantification in American Presidential Fitness Councils" (Adviser: Dr. Jonathan Moreno)

Jonathan Sadeghi, "Pokeman is the New Plastics: How Niantic Labs Uses Data" (Adviser: Dr. Etienne Benson)

 

2017

Robert Levine, “Modern Architecture and Ideology: Modernism as a Political Tool in Sweden and the Soviet Union”  (Adviser: Dr. Adelheid Voskuhl)

 

2016

Kelly Bridges, “Climate Change, Scheduled Casters And Scheduled Tribes: Analyzing Socioeconomic And Climate Change Vulnerabilities Amongst Female Farmers In Rural Madhya Pradesh” (Adviser: Heidi Voskuhl)

 

2015


Paul Marett
, "Making Science Public: The Today and Tomorrow Series and the Place
of Science in Early 20th Century Britain" (Adviser: Etienne Benson)

Hillel Neumark, "Terminal Insecurity: Passenger Screening's Historical Journey Toward Landing Legitimacy" (Adviser: John Tresch)

Emma Schad, "Neoliberalism and the Urban Park: Community Involvement in theManagement of the Philadelphia Park System" (Adviser: John Tresch)


2014

Randa Atkins, “The American Elephant”(Adviser: Ann Greene)

Emily Fisher, “Deconstructing The CSI Effect: Forensic Science & The Media” (Adviser: John Tresch)

Christina Hu, “Living In A Sudoku World: The Societal Shift Caused By Technology’s Integration Into Our Every Day Lives” (Adviser: John Tresch)

Grace Mutuko
, “Big Science Research Trends & Funding Policies:  A Comparative Study Of The United States, The Netherlands & South Korea Research Landscapes” (Adviser: John Tresch)

 

2013

Will Corbit, “Boeing: Seattle’s Sporadic Spouse” (Adviser: Matthew Hersch)

Julia Eckstein, “How Science Found Mona Lisa’s Pearl Necklace: The Evolution of Scientific Involvement in Art History from the Nineteenth Century to the Twenty-First Century”  (Adviser: Jonathan Moreno)

Will Kearney, “Tuzo Wilson in China: Tectonics, Diplomacy and Discipline During the Cold War” (Adviser: John Tresch)

Lara Maggs, “Cognitive Enhancement by Elective Psychopharmacological Intervention in Academia" (Adviser: Jonathan Moreno)

Alison Miller, “United States Policy and Solar Energy: A Study of the Political Implementation of Solar Energy Technologies in the United States, 1970-1980” (Adviser: Ann Greene)

Spencer Small, ‘“Let’s See That Again”: The Progress of Instant Replay in Sports Officiating’  (Adviser: Jonathan Moreno)


2012

Hilary Gerstein, “Nor Any Drop To Drink: A Systems Approach to Water in America” (Adviser: Ann Greene)

Rebekah Larsen, “The Political Nature of TCP/IP”   (Adviser: Ann Greene)

Brittany Leknes, “The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Versus the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching: A Historical Comparison of Two Philanthropic Powerhouses in Education”  (Adviser: Ann Greene)

Amanda Piarulli, “Forming Bioethics”  (Adviser: Jonathan Moreno)

Daniel Sholler, “Wind Energy Development and Theories of Technological Change” (Adviser: Ann Greene)

 

2011

Yelena Baras, “Modeling How Parents Make Decisions About Childhood Vaccination" (Adviser: Adriana Petryna)

Allison Mishkin,  “The Social Shopping Network: Leveraging Peer Networks in e-commerce Environments” (Adviser: Nathan Ensmenger)

 

2010

Jacqueline Boytim, “Of Mice, Men, and Laboratory Architects: Standardization and Professionalization in the Development of the Jackson Laboratory, 1929-1964” (Adviser: Nathan Ensmenger)

 

2009

Eileen McKeown, “The Role of Information Systems in Fundraising and Advertising for Community Service Organizations.”  (Adviser: Nathan Ensmenger)

David Reinecke, “Folk Technologies, or How to Construct Artifacts to Assemble Around.”  (Adviser: John Tresch)

 

2008

Schuyler Ferguson, "Dynamic Trust Mechanisms In Cyberspace: How Do Users And Systems Respond To Anonymity Online?" (Adviser: Nathan Ensmenger)

Victoria Frings, "Forecasting The Future: Environmental Science Non/Fiction" (Adviser: John Tresch)