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    • ABC Books 

      Robson, Cortni (2021-04-16)
      This study will analyze the words used in a sampling of "ABC" books published in the last 100 years. The researchers will analyze the texts using a qualitative approach to identify the types of words presented and whether ...
    • Access to Veterinary Care for Low-Income Populations 

      Lyman, Gwyneth (2021)
      Animal companions are essential for the emotional, physical, and social benefits of a wide range of different people. Pets provide humans with a non-judgmental companion and in return, humans provide for and nurture their ...
    • Addition of NDVI Layers Improves C. tarsalis Habitat Suitability Model 

      Dobrecevich, Austin (2021)
      Culex tarsalis is one of the most common vectors for West Nile Virus (WNV) in Montana. WNV affects cattle and humans alike and can have detrimental neurological effects. A WNV prevention project has been trapping mosquitoes ...
    • The Adventures of Women In Business 

      Osborn, Sarah; Kassa, Laurel (2021-04)
      Our research illustrates various steps in starting your own business. Contrasting the two plans, a clothing business, and a service dog training business, this presentation will demonstrate similarities and differences. ...
    • 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 ...
    • Analysis Of The Changes In Folk And Fairy Tales Over Time 

      Wilkes, Madison; Lauren, Sehenuk (2021)
      Folk and fairy tales were written centuries ago and were not always intended for younger readers. In our project, we are analyzing four stories (Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Goldilocks, and Snowwhite) to see how ...
    • An Analysis of the Contrast Between Male and Female Concussion Symptom Severity and Resolution 

      Guenther, Kenna; Hagen, Gabriella; Kurschner, Helena (2021-04-15)
      Concussions are one of the most common injuries and can affect a variety of age groups in a number of ways, ranging from short-term loss of consciousness to long-term sleep disturbances and memory loss (Mayo Clinic, 2021). ...
    • Analysis of the Role of the Primary Cilium of Renal Epithelial Cells in Fluid Flow Mechanotransduction 

      Houske, Eden (2021)
      Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease (ADPKD) is a hereditary disease that is a leading cause of renal replacement and failure worldwide. The disease has been linked to dysfunctional primary cilia in renal epithelial ...
    • Analyzing Effects of Sexual Education Methods on Teen Pregnancy Rates 

      Aguon, Elizabeth; Jacobson, Rylee; White, Cara (2021-04-14)
      Teenage pregnancy is correlated with negative health and social outcomes for both mother and baby (CDC, 2019). While teen pregnancy rates are on a steady decline, nearly 250,000 babies were born to U.S. teen mothers in ...
    • Autoencoders 

      Davidson, Shirley (2021-04-22)
      A Neural Network is a statistical tool that aids in the classification of data points for machine learning. Autoencoders are a type of neural network that are capable of learning large amounts of data without being ...
    • Brush Pneumonia Away 

      Darling, Anna; McCullough, Tricia; Ryan, Katara (2021)
      Pneumonia is an all-too-common healthcare-associated infection that often affects older individuals, as well as those who are medically compromised. In fact, one report estimates that among institutionalized patients, 41 ...
    • Capturing the Real, Raw Experience of Humanity: An Exploration of Maus and Documenting Trauma 

      Haegele, Ally (2021)
      The copious amounts of stories about the Holocaust act as testament of humanity’s desire to commit it to memory and avoid repeating it, but a 2018 study found that the Holocaust is fading from memory, nonetheless (Astor). ...
    • Castor Oil and the Induction of Labor 

      Braaksma, Ashley; Gamon, Aislin (2021-04-15)
      Labor is a strenuous process that can last for an extended period of time and possibly result in negative outcomes. Additionally, the process of pregnancy and childbirth can be an expensive expenditure for individuals. ...
    • CBP-LSS Resource Allocation Project 

      Jarman, Anna (2021)
      The labs that deal with Suspected Controlled Substances (SCS) in the Laboratories and Scientific Services (CBP-LSS) division of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) want a resource allocation plan to increase their labs’ ...
    • Chilean Solar Eclipse Data Analysis: the Wavelet Method 

      Blair, Keaton (2021)
      Internal atmospheric gravity waves, similar to ocean waves, are oscillations between stably stratified atmospheric layers that redistribute energy on a vast scale. However, this phenomenon is a relatively recent discovery ...
    • Cinderella Through the Centuries 

      Cavalli, Gabriella; Anderson, Ingrid; Tielking, Jessica (2021)
      Children’s literature plays a large role in education and there are stories that have been told over and over again for centuries. One specific story to be examined through qualitative research is the fairytale of Cinderella ...
    • Cleopatra VII: How Modernity Altered One of Egypt's Most Infamous Pharaohs 

      Newbury, Isabeau (2021)
      In the course of history, many people are fascinated by the “other” but this fascination stems from works that are not factual depictions of an event or person. If the personification of historical figures is continuously ...
    • Comparing retirement investing with fixed and life-cycle funds using a variety of asset classes 

      Drinville, Trevor (2021)
      There are many different studies that both reinforce and discourage the use of life-cycle funds for retirement investing, but a majority of these studies only look at life-cycle funds that include the three main asset ...
    • COVID and Isolation: The Effects of a Global Pandemic on the Carroll Community 

      Shepherd, Eliza; Gleasman, Lexie; Barker, Josie; Jones, Tony; Soto, Nainoa; Arnold, Maddy; Perry, Emma (2021-04-15)
      A study done on graduate and undergraduate students in September of 2020 discovered that 71.26% suffered from increased stress and anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic (Wang et al.). They also found that less than half of ...
    • Delay the Clamp: A Review on the Benefits of Delayed Umbilical Cord Clamping on Infant Health 

      Finkle, Raeya; Schuver, Frances (2021)
      The United States, although a developed nation, ranks at number 33 out of 36 countries in infant mortality leading by 71% higher than comparable countries at 5.7 deaths out of every 1000 births (CDC, 2018). This troubling ...