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  • Take PRIDE In Your Mental Health 

    Hachler, Madysen; Konen, Amelia; Wagner, Jennifer (2021-04-23)
    LGBTQ+ college students are more susceptible to mental health issues such as depression and thoughts of suicide (Effrig, 2011). Unfortunately, Carroll College students are not immune to this. Currently Carroll has resources ...
  • Environmental and Socioeconomic Factors in Predicting Risk of West Nile Virus in Montana 

    NYE, MADELINE (2021-04-23)
    West Nile virus (WNV) is a vector-borne disease with prevalence within the state of Montana. Predicting the patterns of this disease by assessing risk related to socioeconomic factors allows further control and prevention ...
  • All-Metal-Oxide p-n Photovoltaic Junctions Fabricated from in-Situ Extraterrestrial Resources 

    Genin, Chris (2021-04-23)
    An all-metal-oxide photovoltaic device was made by chemically joining an n-type metal oxide thin film to a p-type metal-oxide-alloy thin film to form a p-n homojunction. A spin coating solution processing technique was ...
  • Using Six Sigma to Prevent Duplicate Medical Record Requests at Blue Cross Blue Shield 

    Miner, Jason; Bousliman, Jessica; Bartholomew, Nolan; Lowrimore, Nicholas; Olmes, Anthony (2021-04-23)
    Multiple duplicate record requests from healthcare providers make it difficult for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Montana to operate efficiently. Duplicate requests create extra work and cost defects. We are seeking a zero-cost ...
  • A Deep Learning Approach to Dermatology 

    Norton, Madeline (2021-04-22)
    Skin cancer is one of the most common cancers not only in the United States, but also worldwide, with almost 10,000 people in the U.S. being diagnosed with it every day. Early detection is important in order to save the ...

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