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Wednesday, April 27th
1:30 PM

Teaching Music in the Age of Zoom: How to Run a Multimedia Piano Studio

Anna Grace Leicht, Ouachita Baptist University

Young Auditorium

1:30 PM - 1:45 PM

This work explores the effects of Covid-19 on teaching and details how to set up and market an online piano studio.

1:50 PM

Grasping the Intangible: The Perseverance of Physical Music Media in a Digital World

Sam Youmans, Ouachita Baptist University

Young Auditorium

1:50 PM - 2:05 PM

2:10 PM

A Biblical-Theological Analysis of the Term "Doxa" (Glory) in the New Testament

Jael Winterholter, Ouachita Baptist University

Young Auditorium

2:10 PM - 2:25 PM

2:30 PM

Why "Monotheistic" May Not Be the Best Description of the Old Testament

Jacob Thomas, Ouachita Baptist University

Young Auditorium

2:30 PM - 2:45 PM

2:50 PM

An Investigation of Prominent Christian Women in the Early Church

Lacey Pettigrew, Ouachita Baptist University

Young Auditorium

2:50 PM - 3:05 PM

This thesis only begins the exploration of women in the New Testament by investigating Junia’s role and importance to the Christian faith and church.This thesis seeks to understand exegetical, and briefly, historical, matters regarding Junia. Exegetically through examining the context and interpretation of Junia’s mention in Romans 16:7.Historically through evaluating the understanding of Junia throughout the translation process from the New Testament church to present.

3:10 PM

The Scribe, The Prophet, and The Monk: Three Archetypes for Pursuing God through the Word of God

Lucas McCann, Ouachita Baptist University

Young Auditorium

3:10 PM - 3:25 PM

The Word of God is essential to the growth of every believer. How one receives the Word of God can look differently for different individuals. Some read it through the written word. Some hear it through the spoken word. Others see the word in the lives of Jesus's followers. But all of these different mediums for encountering the Word of God have equal weight.

3:30 PM

A Bag of Marbles

Cora Saddler, Ouachita Baptist University

Young Auditorium

3:30 PM - 3:45 PM

3:50 PM

Effects of Aquatic Therapy for Children with Autism

Elysian Majeske, Ouachita Baptist University

Young Auditorium

3:50 PM - 4:05 PM

An experiment was done to analyze the effects of aquatic therapy on a child with autism. A nine year old child completed two swim lessons a week for eight weeks. The motor and behavioral development were analyzed every two weeks. Motor developments were measured with tally marks of stimming and echolalia repetitions and measurements from the distance kicked with a kickboard and the time spent with their face in the water. For the behavioral aspect, reaction to instructions, touch, and facial expressions on a 1-5 scale. Results were examined and compared to research done in previous studies.

4:10 PM

Of Spies and Assassins

Haddon Smead, Ouachita Baptist University

Young Auditorium

4:10 PM - 4:25 PM

4:30 PM

Rocking Climbing Therapy for Individuals with Disabilities

Grace Loftlin, Ouachita Baptist University

Young Auditorium

4:30 PM - 4:45 PM

4:50 PM

Challenging White Fragility Through Black Feminish Political Poetry

Langley Leverett, Ouachita Baptist University

Young Auditorium

4:50 PM - 5:05 PM

Due to overwhelming patriarchal hegemonies that women – white women, rich women, young women, and cis women – continue to uphold, feminism struggles to serve all women justly. To combat this negligence in feminism’s fourth wave movement, I will use this thesis to highlight ways that Black feminist poets have not only shaped feminist theory through their own contributions, but also have prolonged and saved the livelihood of both gender and racial equality. With a strong emphasis on Intersectional Feminism, I will explore the ways in which women can be united against tokenistic power, beginning with the inspiration from three voices: Gwendolyn Brooks (1917 – 2000), Maya Angelou (1928 – 2014), and Audre Lorde (1934 – 1992).