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    • Contemporary Italian Women Philosophers: Stretching the Art of Thinking 

      Roncalli, Elvira; Benso, Silvia (2021-09)
      A unique portrayal of the theoretical positions of eleven Italian women thinkers who share the practice of philosophy and extend philosophical work and interests beyond the realm of the discipline strictly defined. Gathering ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • Investigation of Renewable Surfactants for Herbicides. 

      MacMillan, Lexi (2021-04-16)
      Glyphosate is the main ingredient in Roundup®, a widely popular herbicide. Glyphosate is used because it is able to halt protein synthesis which stops plants from growing. Worldwide, 280 million pounds of glyphosate, which ...
    • Finding the Most Effective Treatment Method of Myofascial Trigger Points: A Systematic Review 

      Pierson, Kendyl (2021-04-16)
      Objective: This systematic review focused toward finding the most effective treatment option of Myofascial Trigger Points of the common types (dry needling, compression, ultrasound, etc.). Methods: PubMed was used to ...
    • 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 ...
    • Gods and Humans in Paradise Lost and the Iliad 

      Karbowicz, Alexis (2021-04-16)
      This paper examines the ways in which gods and humans interact in Homers Iliad and John Milton’s Paradise Lost. These two epics detail two battles, the battle for Troy and the battle for the salvation of humanity, both ...
    • Observation of Hammett Analysis via Cyclic Voltammetry for Solar Energy Storage 

      Stuercke, Derek; Genin, Chris (2021-04-16)
      Herein we report our attempt at electrochemical analysis of thiophene compounds, as well as ferrocene, via cyclic voltammetry (CV). More specifically, we report our attempt to quantify oxidative homocoupling dimerization ...
    • The Impact of Training on the Human Cat Bond 

      Grabowski, Beth (2021-04-16)
      Cats often get categorized as untrainable due to their reputation for being unreceptive to human interaction. However, despite their independent nature, cats are not exempt from the ability to interact and communicate with ...
    • Quantifying the Oxidation Kinetics of Chromium (II) Dimer Complex 

      Zepeda, Anna (2021-04-16)
      Redox flow batteries work by converting chemical energy, from oxidation of one species and reduction of another species, into electrical energy. Chromium (II) was one of the species that was first researched for redox ...
    • Un Gran Viaje: A Data Visualization of Latin American Immigration 

      Carlson, Emma (2021-04-16)
      The story of the Latin American immigrant making their “gran viaje” or great journey to the United States transcends conversations presented in news articles and political rhetoric. Immigration trends, both past and present, ...
    • Violence and Its Relationship with Power 

      Ferrone, Eleanor (2021-04-16)
      Abstract: Niccolo Machiavelli and Hannah Arendt, while writing from totally different times in history, offer opinions and explanations for the use of violence in society. Machiavelli, in his book The Prince, gives advice ...
    • The Effects of Music Therapy on Infant Stress in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit 

      Machado, Elly; Murray, Madison; Mitchell, Hannah (2021-04-16)
      Preterm infants in the NICU are automatically predisposed to painful procedures, lack of skin-to-skin contact, exposure to harsh stimulants and receive reduced bonding time with parents. According to Smith et al. (2018), ...
    • Suppressing the Black Male Vote: Ronald Reagan and the War on Drugs 

      Troyer, Caitlin (2021-04-16)
      The purpose of this study is to examine the ways in which the War on Drugs was wielded as a tool for political suppression, more specifically, how Ronald Reagan used the War on Drugs to suppress the African American male ...
    • What do humans owe each other in relationships?: An exploration of commitment in the "Iliad" and "The Letters of Abelard and Heloise" 

      McLean, Emily (2021-04-16)
      This paper seeks to explore what we owe our fellow humans, particularly in the context of romantic relationships. It does so by analyzing two different couples: Abelard and Heloise as documented by their written correspond ...
    • The Fourier Transform Applied to Sound 

      Ruffatto, Nathan (2021-04-16)
      The Fourier Transform is one of mathematics' most useful tools. In particular, it is very useful for studying and manipulating sound, as it turns a periodic function into one that represents that function's frequencies. ...