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  • Sociology Senior Seminar Presentations 2020 

    Conroe, Sean; Downey, Nathan; Dutton, Logan; Gamble, Brittany; Pipinich, David; Rasch, Jacob (2020-11-11)
    Wednesday, Nov. 11 at 7:30 p.m., the Sociology department held its annual Sociology Senior Seminar presentations. Seven seniors presented their culminating research projects ranging from stigma towards addiction in obituaries ...
  • Numerical Methods: An Inquiry-Based Approach With Python 

    Sullivan, Eric (2020-09-22)
    This book is an inquiry-based approach to a first semester undergraduate Numerical Methods or Numerical Analysis course. The book covers floating point arithmetic, function approximation via Taylor series, numerical root ...
  • The Effect of Selenium Exposure on abdA Gene Expression and Mechanosensation in Drosophila Melanogaster 

    Richter, Katelyn; Jahn, Mackenzie (2020-04-24)
    Selenium, a heavy metal found in drainage near coal mines, is known to cause developmental abnormalities in aquatic species such as trout, and species that depend on aquatic environments such as waterfowl. Previous studies ...
  • Single-Gene Dotplot Analysis is Effective in Predicting Cluster Assignment in Gordonia Bacteriophages 

    Hoffman, Alexander (2020-04-24)
    Bacteriophages, or “phages,” are a diverse group of bacteria-infecting viruses. There are estimated to be 10^31 phages on Earth, which creates a need to organize them into smaller groups to be able to study them more ...
  • The Effects of Mood on Decision Making 

    Windhorn, Hannah; Paulsen, Madison; Mumford, Gavin; Honzel, Nikki (2020-04-24)
    Many things can influence how an individual will make a decision (Greenstein & Velazquez, 2017). One factor that influences decision making is the anchor bias. An anchor bias is when a participant is given an initial piece ...

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