"Culminating projects" are primarily theses or dissertations written to fulfill program requirements leading to a Master's or Doctoral degree respectively. Some graduate programs require a "starred paper," often shorter than a more formal thesis. "Creative works" are employed in select programs in the arts. The University is selectively digitizing thesis and dissertations from earlier years (prior to 2015) with the permission of the authors.

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Culminating Projects from 2017

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Implicit Bias: The Decision to Shoot or Not Shoot, Ashton O. Adank
Criminal Justice: M.S. Thesis

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Comparing Multiple Stimulus Preference Assessments to the In-the-Moment Reinforcer Analysis, Aditt Alcalay
Applied Behavior Analysis: M.S. Thesis

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Optimizing Key Management within a Crypto-System using Aggregate Keys, Vinay Kumar Ananthu
Information Assurance: M.S. Starred Paper

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Treatment of Underlying Forms and Constraint Induced Auditory Training in Aphasia: A Single Case Study, Jane E. Anderson
Communication Sciences and Disorders: M.S. Thesis

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A Workload Analysis Formula to Increase the Retention of Special Education Teachers in Minnesota, John M. Anderson
Special Education: M.S. Starred Paper

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Security Log Analysis Using Hadoop, Harikrishna Annangi
Information Assurance: M.S. Starred Paper

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Motivation Among Kazakhstani Undergraduate EFL Learners, Aizhan Arapova
English: Teaching English as a Second Language: M.A. Thesis

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XML Based Security Model for Enhancing the Integrity and the Privacy of E-Voting Systems, Imali Anushka Arthanayaka
Information Assurance: M.S. Thesis

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Content Teachers' Perceptions of Effective Language Teaching Strategies, Alexandra Badger
English: Teaching English as a Second Language: M.A. Thesis

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Virtual Teaching Assistant: A Web Tool (for C++), Santosh Basnet
Computer Science: M.S. Thesis

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The Value of Standards Based Teacher Evaluation: Perceptions of Tenured Elementary Teachers in a Metropolitan School District, Bryan Bass
Educational Administration and Leadership, K-12: Ed.D. Dissertation

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Distribution of Knife Lake Siltstone and Associated Manufacturing Technologies Local to the Wendt Site Quarry, Daughter District, Lake County, Minnesota, Phillip R. Bauschard
Cultural Resources Management Archaeology: M.S. Thesis

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Identity Transformation in Saudi Male International University Students Studying in the United States, Askia N. Bilal
English: Teaching English as a Second Language: M.A. Thesis

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Online Banking Application with Angular JS, RESTful Web Services and Cassandra Database, Naga Sandeep Singh Bondili
Information Assurance: M.S. Starred Paper

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ESL Students’ Awareness of Plagiarism Avoidance, Angelica Carnero
English: Teaching English as a Second Language: M.A. Thesis

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Do Mainstream Classroom Teachers Still Believe in the Myths about ESL?, Nickolas Castiglione
English: Teaching English as a Second Language: M.A. Thesis

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Correlation of English Syntactic Awareness, Vocabulary and Verbal Working Memory and English Reading Comprehension in Second Language Learners, Megan Ceballos
English: Teaching English as a Second Language: M.A. Thesis

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MCF-Togo - Thistledew Camp. A historical analysis examining a specialized juvenile residential correctional program., Anne Chelin-Anderson
Educational Administration and Leadership, K-12: Ed.D. Dissertation

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“Extermination or Removal”: The Knights of the Forest and Ethnic Cleansing in Early Minnesota, Catherine M. Coats
History: Public History: M.A. Thesis

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Exploratory Study to Determine Possibilities of Parent Education Within a Children's Museum Enviroment, Rebecca J. Coborn
Child and Family Studies: Family Studies: M.S. Thesis

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Data Center Server Virtualization Solution Using Microsoft Hyper-V, Sujitha Dandu
Information Assurance: M.S. Starred Paper

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Female Student Affairs Professionals and Work-Life Balance, Debra K. DeMinck
Higher Education Administration: Ed.D. Dissertation

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Of Mirrors and Men, Christopher DeSpain
Special Studies: M.S. Thesis

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She Can Do It: Messages of Female Empowerment in Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland and Roald Dahl’s Matilda, Megan Dickinson
English: English Studies: M.A. Thesis

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Reading and the Response Towards Unknown Single Words and Formulaic Sequences by English Second Language Learners, Deborah S. Dieterich
English: Teaching English as a Second Language: M.A. Thesis