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  • Using Six Sigma to Improve Accounts Receivable at Shodair Children's Hospital 

    Ekola, Ary; Carpenter, Ayla; Smith, Otis; Greff, Cole (2020-04-24)
    Our project mission was to find a solution to the A/R problem occurring at Shodair using the Six Sigma DMAIC process. By following the step by step process of the DMAIC method and evaluating specific A/R data for Shodair, ...
  • Using Six Sigma to Improve the Transfer Student Process at Carroll College 

    Brasfield, Fiona; Creigh, Stephen; Kassa, Laurel; Austefjord, Thomas (2020-04-24)
    In this project, we used the Six Sigma Process Improvement Method to assist in understanding how Carroll College could increase the transfer student rate. We worked closely with the Carroll College Admission Department in ...
  • Prenatal Exercise and Postpartum Depression 

    Sentieri, Sydney; Fletcher, Cathy (2020-04-24)
    Many women around the world may experience postpartum depression (PPD). According to ACOG (2019), PPD most commonly occurs in the first weeks after childbirth but can occur up to a year after childbirth. It presents as ...
  • Review of the Effects of Favipiravir on Filoviruses 

    Bladholm, Bailey (2020-04-24)
    Objective: a review of current studies on the efficacy of favipiravir as a treatment option for Ebola and Marburg viruses. Methods: Studies were gathered from several sources, including PubMed, JSTOR, and Science Direct. ...
  • Effects of 2.45 GHz EMF-RF Wi-Fi exposure on ATU1 Expression and Replication of Tetrahymena Thermophila 

    O'Byrne, Kyle; Graham, Gordon; Spencer, Cailin (2020-04-24)
    Our experiment explored whether 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi affected expression of the ATU1 gene in Tetrahymena thermophila. Our hypothesis was that exposure to Wi-Fi would result in a decrease in expression of the ATU1 gene. The protein ...

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