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Author(s) Becky Fromm Faculty Mentor(s) Meaghan Nolte (Psychology) Abstract As many as 50% of the US population operate with an insecure attachment style, associated with a plethora of physical, psychological, and socio-emotional issues. These styles of insecure relating (anxious, avoidant,
Author(s) Lauren Taracka Faculty Mentor(s) Alison Scoville (Biological Sciences) Abstract Clark’s Nutcrackers (Nucifraga columbiana) and Whitebark Pine (Pinus albicaulis; WBP), both native to the subalpine habitats of the Cascade Mountains, are part of a fascinating mutualism: WBP, a keystone species
Author(s) Jeffrey Sargent Faculty Mentor(s) Lad Holden (Electronic Engineering Technology) Abstract When there is an emergency that causes a loss of power, having a backup is extremely important in some cases while others might not want to leave their homes
Author(s) Nicole Boyer Faculty Mentor(s) Nicole Dunn (Interdisciplinary Studies – Social Sciences), Mark Soelling (Psychology), Amy McCoy (Psychology) Abstract As with the basis of cognitive behavioral therapy, it is recognized that the behaviors of the individual are reflection of the
Reconstructing the post-glacial fire history at Waterdog Lake, Oregon, using charcoal analysis of a lake sediment core.
Author(s) Rebecca Mitre Faculty Mentor(s) Megan Walsh (Geography) Abstract In the past decades, wildfires have been growing more intense and frequent in the Pacific Northwest (PNW). An example of this was the 2020 wildfire season during which numerous communities were
Author(s) Rachel Davey Faculty Mentor(s) April Binder (Biological Sciences) Abstract Obesity is a multifaceted metabolic disorder with severe worldwide public health consequences. While obesity can often be treated using diet and exercise, there are complex genetic interactions driving obesity that