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    • 6 Ways to Implement Coding in a Math Class 

      Ishibashi, Reina (2020-04-24)
      Many schools are aware that technology and coding needs to be implemented more within their curriculum in order to have students become more literate in the heavily technology oriented society. Previously, researchers have ...
    • A Contested Space 

      Douglas, Chas (2019-04-25)
      This paper attempts to define the Arabic term harem, using representations from Ahdaf Soueif’s novel The Map of Love and Fatima Mernissi’s memoir Dreams of Trespass: Tales of a Harem Girlhood, plus visual renditions by ...
    • A Deficit in Care: Comparing Insulin Therapy Treatments in Hospitalized Patients with Diabetes Mellitus 

      Clark, Kelli; Nicholson, Nikki (2018-04-20)
      In 2015, 7.2% of the U.S. population had been diagnosed with diabetes mellitus (Centers for Disease Control, 2017). Diabetes mellitus can be classified as type one or type two. Type one diabetes is an autoimmune disease ...
    • A Naturally Disagreeable Discourse 

      Stumbo, Frank (2018-04-20)
      Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s references to Thomas Hobbes are a scathing critique of Hobbes’s conceptions of man. These differences underlay a fundamental disagreement about the natural man and how he would act independent of ...
    • A Woolfian Analysis of Wollstonecraft 

      Bechtel, Rachel (2019-04-25)
      Both Virginia Woolf in “A Room of One’s Own” and Mary Wollstonecraft in “A Vindication of the Rights of Woman” advocate for the intellectual development and independence of women, in order to improve their condition. Woolf ...
    • 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 ...
    • Accessibility Scan of Carroll College 

      Shepherd, Eliza; Koster, Kami; Wilkinson, Genesis; VanSickle, Emma; Jones, Sadie; Olney, Bridget; Kraut, Grace; Cook, Breanna (2022-04)
      Research done in a national study in 2011 found that only 34 percent of college students with disabilities will complete a 4 year program (NLTS2: Home, n.d.). This is due to numerous issues with accessibility on college ...
    • ACE Scores and Frequency of Emergency Room Utilization 

      Hoikkala, Savannah (2022)
      Adverse Childhood Experiences otherwise known as ACEs are traumatic experiences during childhood that occur before the age of eighteen that are linked to abuse, neglect, and household dysfunction. The ACE scores are ...
    • Acid Rock Drainage Transfer System for The Gilt Edge Mine 

      Dunlap, Dakota; Hart, Paul (2019-04-25)
      This presentation will be reviewing the engineering processes used to successfully design improvements to the pumping station in Hoodoo Gulch at the Gilt Edge mine. This new system will include a change in the current ...
    • 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. ...
    • Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Alcohol Use in Native American Young Adults: A systematic Review 

      Skaflestad, Amanda (2019-04-25)
      Objective: This systematic review was conducted to explore the relationship between Adverse Childhood Experiences and alcohol use in Native American young adults. Methods: Seven articles were selected through the PubMed ...
    • Age and Growth Rate of Trees Along Forest-Meadow Ecotones 

      Winn, Hannah (2022)
      The Forest-Meadow ecotone, a transitional zone between two different plant communities, is common around Montana and especially the eastern flank of the continental divide. These boundaries are often rich in different ...
    • 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 ...
    • Am I graceful? The Effects of Subtle Stereotype Threat on a Performed Soccer Dribbling Task 

      Rucker, Tyra; Maes, Ashley; Hoppes, Emma; Nylin, Emma (2019-04-25)
      The purpose of our study was to research how various descriptions of a famous athlete could influence sports performance in undergraduates. Specifically, words such as “graceful” compared to “strong” were used to describe ...
    • Ambition in Utopia and The Prince 

      McNichol, Michaela (2018-04-20)
      Machiavelli’s The Prince is a lesson book for princes seeking to gain or to maintain power, and its cut throat advice in books IX, XV and XVIII paints society in a cynical light: the world is a battle between the great and ...
    • An Analysis On Gender Inequality Through Cross-dressing using She’s The Man: How Masculinity Gets You Ahead In Life 

      Watkins, Kelsie (2019-04-25)
      In this paper we examine gender stereotypes used in the 2006 teen film, She’s the Man, in which Viola, a teenage girl, temporarily poses as her brother at a boarding school. We examine how archetypal masculine activities ...
    • Analysis of antimicrobial peptide efficacy against chytridiomycosis from skin secretions of Columbia spotted frogs (Lithobates luteiventris) 

      Esposito, Emma (2018-04-20)
      Amphibian populations have been declining in size in recent years. A major contributing factor to this decline is the fungal disease chytridiomycosis. Chytridiomycosis occurs when the zoospores of the fungus Batrachochytrium ...
    • Analysis of Metals in Lake Helena Core Samples 

      Imhof, Ryan (2018-04-20)
      Core samples from Lake Helena at depths ranging from 20 - 200cm have been digested, filtered, and analyzed for heavy metals via Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission Spectroscopy (ICP-AES). ICP-AES allows for analysis ...