“If we do what we know and feel is right, it is bound to happen that among our graduates there will be numbered scientists, engineers, and those who go on to earn degrees in law and letters. There are likely to be those few who create new intellectual worlds, cure a dreaded human ailment or in some other way significantly influence life on our planet. Our philosophy will be to treat our charges as if each one is capable of this extraordinary achievement.” Dr. Leon Lederman

IMSA Philosophy Statement
Board of Trustees
April 1985

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Theses/Dissertations completed in 2014

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Transport Architectures for an Evolving Internet, Keith Winstein '99

Theses/Dissertations completed in 2013

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Borel Complexity of the Isomorphism Relation for O-minimal Theories, Davender Singh Sahota '99

Theses/Dissertations completed in 2012

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Low Power Data Acquisition for MicroImplant Biometric Monitoring of Tremors, Tania Khanna '01

Theses/Dissertations completed in 2011

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Examining the Relationship between Fact Learning and Higher Order Learning via Retrieval Practice, Pooja Kay Agarwal '01

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Proton-Proton Correlation Functions as a Probe to Reaction, Micha A. Kilburn '95

Theses/Dissertations completed in 2009

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Environmental Implications of Francisella Tularensis Biofilms, Jeffrey J. Margolis '00

Theses/Dissertations completed in 2006

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A Measurement of the Top Quark Mass with a Matrix Element Method, Adam Paul Gibson '96

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Boffin's Books and Darwin's Finches: Victorian Cultures of Collecting, Michael W. Hancock '89

Theses/Dissertations completed in 2005

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Memory and Fragmentation in Dissociative Identity Disorder, Margaret Rose Barlow '96

Theses/Dissertations completed in 2004

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The Logic of Pre-Electoral Coalition Formation, Sona Nadenichek Golder '89

Theses/Dissertations completed in 2003

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“All hayll, all hayll, both blithe and glad” : Direct Address in Early English Drama, 1400-1585, Michelle M. Butler '90

Theses/Dissertations completed in 2002

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Host Finding and Recognition by Papilio Polyxenes (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae): The Effects of Three Host Cues and of Host-Plant Experience on Oviposition Behavior, Cheryl Ann Heinz '89

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Modular Machine Learning Methods for Computer-Aided Diagnosis of Breast Cancer, Mia Kathleen Markey '94

Theses/Dissertations completed in 2000

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Searches for Neutral Higgs Bosons in Quark-Antiquark Tau-Antitau Final States using the Opal Detector at LEP, James Andrew Hocker '91

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Swarm Engineering, S. Kazadi '90

Theses/Dissertations completed in 1999

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The Dynamics of Cyberspace: Examining and Modelling Online Social Structure, Brian S. Butler '89

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Environmental Behavior of Hafnium: the Impact on the Disposition of Weapons-Grade Plutonium, Gary S. Cerefice '89

Theses/Dissertations completed in 1996

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The Use of Prior Knowledge in Learning from Examples, Stephen B. Blessing '89