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    • The Catholic Church and the Holocaust 

      Robertson, John Paul (2022-04-29)
      This paper explores the motivating factors of the Catholic Church’s heavily criticized lack of response and action taken during the Holocaust. Through addressing distinctions between the Church’s institutional response and ...
    • Changing Times: Translation and meaning in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight 

      Wallis, Caleb (2022-04)
      Despite its popularity in recent media, we know almost nothing about the author of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, or of the context surrounding it. In fact, the entire poem is relatively new to us, only having been ...
    • 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 ...
    • An Analysis of the Representation of Swans in Heinz and Aronofsky's 'Black Swan' 

      Spanfelner, Sydney (2022)
      The 2010 film ‘Black Swan’ brings stereotypes of swans and femininity into the spotlight. Based on the ballet ‘Swan Lake’, this film is heavily influenced by the lore surrounding both the black and the white swan. While ...
    • Artificial Nipple Use and Breastfeeding Patterns 

      Portmann, Grace; Cooney, Jill (2022)
      The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2021) identifies that “One of the most highly effective preventive measures a mother can take to protect the health of her infant is to breastfeed.” Infants who are breastfed ...
    • What Can Love Accomplish?: The Constructive and Destructive Impacts of Love on the Self in Their Eyes Were Watching God and King Lear 

      Gnoyski, Alyssa (2022)
      Their Eyes Were Watching God and King Lear display many different types of love. While King Lear explores familial love, Their Eyes Were Watching God delves into romantic love. As Janie pursues her romantic interests in ...
    • Optimization of Lactose-Functionalized Poly(amidoamine) Dendrimer Synthesis 

      Field, Cameren (2022)
      Glycopolymers have been previously shown to regulate multivalent galectin-3 mediated processes in cancer progression including in vitro homotypic cancer cellular aggregation/tumor formation, cancer cellular migration, ...
    • Characterization of Metabolomic Profiles of Encapsulated Chondrocytes Exposed to Short-Term Simulated Microgravity: A Pilot Study 

      Glimm, Matthew; Bergstrom, Annika; Houske, Eden (2022)
      Mechanical loading of cartilage stimulates chondrocyte metabolism to maintain cartilage integrity. Shifts from physiological loading conditions, such as overloading or reduced loading, can lead to an imbalance in chondrocyte ...
    • Impact of Seizure Alert Dogs in Epilepsy 

      Braden, Bridget; O'Brien, Molly; Bell, Katherine (2022)
      Epilepsy, a seizure disorder, is characterized by a disruption of electrical activity in the brain. Most commonly, epilepsy is diagnosed after a person has two or more seizures (Shafer, 2013). Worldwide 65 million people ...
    • Childhood Obesity and Motivational Interviewing 

      Manneh, Mariama (2022)
      Childhood obesity is a public health problem that is increasing at an alarming rate. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) by 2056, the number of school-age children and adolescents aged 5-19 with obesity would ...
    • Discovering Potential Biomarkers for Osteoarthritis, Gouty Arthritis, and Rheumatoid Arthritis 

      McCleary, Haily; Stevens, Ellie (2022)
      In the United States alone, 24% of adults have arthritis, which include many different types. The three most common forms of arthritis are osteoarthritis (OA), gouty arthritis (gout), and rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Despite ...
    • A Virtue Ethics Argument for Music Education 

      Montowski, Claire (2022)
      Ethics and music are fields that may appear to have nothing in common, one is involved in the expression of emotion, while the other is ordered towards doing the good. Despite initially seeming very different these fields ...
    • Synthesis of 3-oxyangeloyl Trematone 

      Dailey, Orrin (2022)
      The natural product 3-oxyangeloyl-tremetone has been found to be a potent analgesic. Analgesic compounds have pain killing properties, and are widely used in pain management. This compound can be found in the plant Parastephia ...
    • Littlebrook Creek Culvert Replacement 

      Homberg, Sarah; Swannack, Sienna (2022)
      Littlebrook Creek is a tributary of Thornton Creek, located in North Seattle. Under NE 120th Street, between NE 35th Ave and 36th Ave, there is a culvert that runs perpendicular under the street that is collapsing. This ...
    • A Melody for Anxiety Relief in ICU Patients 

      Wharton, Cassie; Carlson, Josh; Westby, Brooke (2022)
      Patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) can experience varying levels of anxiety. A recent study performed on ICU patients, found that 45% of patients in the ICU will experience anxiety that can be documented (May et ...
    • The Possibility of Improvement of the Human Condition: Exploring the Works of Karl Marx and T. S. Eliot 

      Rodriguez, Javier (2022)
      In this presentation, I will explore two different views about the concept of progress to define the role of progress and find what is the most appropriate approach of progress for humans. Karl Marx explains in The Communist ...
    • Nanopore Sequencing of Microbial Communities from the Asarco East Helena, Montana Smelter Site 

      Shefelbine, Lucas; McWade, Molly; Lohr, Kelsyn; Schultz, Brooklynn (2022)
      Lead pollution has extremely negative effects on both the environment and the organisms living in it. The work done in this project serves to demonstrate the effects of the East Helena smelting operation on the microbiome ...
    • Photolytic Studies of Malonate Carbene Intermediates 

      Keck, Matt (2022)
      Carbene intermediates are of unique interest because of the prevalence of these molecules in interstellar space. These reactive organic intermediates are comprised of a central carbon atom with two bonds and one lone pair ...
    • The Application "Skill Gauge" 

      Bushnell, Matthew (2022)
      For this project I created a mobile application based around the idea of taking basic human skills (reaction time, mental calculation speed, memory, etc.) and creating mini games that attempt to test and train these skills. ...
    • Applying Global Metabolomics to Investigate the Correlation Between BMI and Osteoarthritis 

      Payne, McKenna; Mozer, Aiden (2022)
      Osteoarthritis (OA) is a degenerative joint disease characterized by the progressive breakdown of articular cartilage. One of the significant and modifiable risk factors for developing OA is obesity. There is still much ...