Now showing items 41-60 of 274

    • Physical Therapy Practices of the US and South America 

      Young Vazquez, Dylan (2018-04-20)
      The research for this presentation will explore the differences in the field of physical therapy between the United States and various countries in South America to compare and evaluate the preparation and implementation ...
    • Pretty Pretty Princesses: Femininity in Disney Princess Films 

      McGee, Kristina (2018-04-20)
      This presentation will examine ideas and defaults of gender norms such as female passivity in Disney films. The main focus of this presentation will be based on three Disney Princess films spanning through Disney’s Golden, ...
    • Undergraduate Students and Risk-taking Behavior When Peer Influence is Present on Social Media 

      Hoppes, Emma; Gee, Sarah; Moloney, Ann; Rucker, TJ; Matthews, Kyle; Honzel, Nikki (2018-04-20)
      Peer influence is an important area to study because it can greatly impact risk-taking in young adults. The current research evaluated peer influence and social media on risk-taking behavior. Twenty-one undergraduate ...
    • Relationship Between Combined Hormonal Contraceptives and Breast Cancer 

      Buckley, Mary; Rickman, Kylie (2018-04-20)
      In the most recent data collected, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. In 2014, 236,968 women were diagnosed with breast cancer and 41,211 died ...
    • 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 ...
    • Effects of a Vegetarian Diet on Recurrent Myocardial Infarction Rates 

      Shoemaker, Lauren; Gribbons, Lillian (2018-04-20)
      Each year, approximately 790,000 people in the United States will suffer from a myocardial infarction (MI), and 210,000 of those cases will not be for the first time (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2017). The ...
    • More than just Working Conditions; The Push to Unionize (and Radicalize) Butte, MT 1912-1920 

      Chabot, Sari (2018-04-20)
      Radicalization changed Butte from a conservative coalition of miners to a “Gibraltar of Unionism” between 1912-1920. This presentation will examine how attitudes and societal factors forced the Anaconda Mining Company to ...
    • 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 ...
    • Growth and Production of Hops (Humulus lupulus) Varieties in the Helena Valley (MT) 

      DeBruycker, Reegan; Almquist, Travis (2018-04-20)
      Humulus lupulus, or hop, is a herbaceous perennial vine from the Cannabaceae family and grows perennially for ten to twenty years. They are most commonly grown in the Yakima Valley in Washington. Hops are used for a variety ...
    • The Theory of Planned Behavior in Financial Decision Making 

      MacDuff, Jacob (2018-04-20)
      The Theory of Planned Behavior examines how people’s goals and intentions are shaped by their pre-existing attitudes towards behaviors which accomplish those goals, the individual and social norms that influence goals and ...
    • Inadequacies of History Curriculums 

      Osborne, Josiah (2018-04-20)
      The era of common curriculum standards has yet to fix the discrepancies amongst curriculums in history. This presentation is a case study identifying the inadequacies of Civil War curriculums and identifying an injustice ...
    • Attitudes and Perspectives in Young Adults 

      Brotzel, Kelly; Ehl, Taylor; Dietrich, David; Geraghty, Isabella (2018-04-20)
      This study analyzed the prevalence of ageist tendencies in the millennial population. Prejudices based on age are known as ageism. Ageism is not as well studied as race-based or religious prejudices. In this study, we had ...
    • The Dynamics of Gender Roles and Marriage/Parenting in the US 

      Chamberlain, Natasha; Van Dyke, Mary; Sindhu, Akash (2018-04-20)
      The purpose of our project is to inform and identify different ways that gender roles are present in marriages and parenting styles (i.e. dominant and submissive spouse, working and stay-at-home parent, etc.) in the United ...
    • Horacio Quiroga: Analysis of Nature’s Ability to Take Away Life as Demonstrated in Various of His Short Stories 

      Mendoza, Monica (2018-04-20)
      Horacio Quiroga has often been labeled the Edgar Allan Poe of Latin America. He experienced many tragedies in his life that tremendously impacted his literary works. In 1879, Quiroga’s father accidentally shot and killed ...
    • Re-examining the Notion of Body Image, in Light of Merleau-Ponty 

      Naidu, Kavida (2018-04-20)
      Body image is not simply how we physically look in the mirror. By exploring the work of French phenomenologist, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, we understand that indeed, the notion of body image is much more complex and meaningful. ...
    • College Students’ Misperceptions of Rape and Sexual Assault of Female Undergraduate College Students 

      Reid, Jane (2018-04-20)
      This study examined undergraduate college students’ perceptions on the subject of rape and sexual assault of female undergraduate college students. Through semi-structured interviews, participants were asked to describe ...
    • Entrepreneurship in our modern world 

      Jones, Kyle (2018-04-20)
      This presentation will cover topics in the everchanging realm of entrepreneurship. The term “entrepreneur” is one that is tossed around quite loosely in our modern world. What is an entrepreneur? As a third year Finance ...
    • Poplar, MT Splash Park 

      McGree, Connor; Galt, McBride; McHugh, Matt (2018-04-20)
      This presentation focuses on our four years of studying Civil Engineering while at Carroll College. The town of Poplar, MT needs a safe and enjoyable recreation option for their children. They came to our team with this ...
    • The effectiveness of PPE against occupational exposure to chemotherapy agents 

      Moore, Annika; Lloyd, Kendra; Yahvah, Andrea (2018-04-20)
      Hazardous drugs like chemotherapy agents can be absorbed through the skin, which is “the primary rationale for wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) during all stages of hazardous drug handling” (Eisenberg, 2016, p. ...
    • More People, More Puppies and Less Latin American Rabies 

      Younce, Lizzy (2018-04-20)
      Since 1983 the countries of Latin America have come together as one to eliminate the fatal disease of rabies within the region. Through their international collaboration they have reduced human rabies case incidence by ...