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Author(s) Logan Bronemann Faculty Mentor(s) Charles Pringle (Mechanical Engineering Technology) Abstract Abstract: The objective of the project undertaken is to design and build an articulating bridge which can be raised and lowered constructed from only balsa wood. To meet the
Author(s) Cody Kuster, Natalie Amos, Tahlia Lopez, Alex Reimann Faculty Mentor(s) Heath Marrs (Psychology) Abstract The field of School Psychology has shown a shortage of practitioners across the nation. With that, applicants to graduate schools are needed more than ever
Author(s) Rachel Brown Faculty Mentor(s) Christopher Schedler (English) Abstract This presentation will address how propaganda altered the gender role of women in Great Britain during World War One (WWI). Often overlooked for their contributions, the women who worked to directly
Pregnancy-related concerns and priorities among Latina women during the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S.
Author(s) Aritzandi Martinez, Beeson, Tishra Faculty Mentor(s) Tishra Beeson (Public Health) Abstract Pregnant women are experiencing changes both in pregnancy and childbirth due to the effects of COVID-19, raising concerns both for themselves and their baby’s health. This study investigates
Longitudinal Patterns of Microplastic Abundance and Potential for Food Web Uptake in the Yakima River
Author(s) Janell Shah Faculty Mentor(s) Clay Arango (Biological Sciences) Abstract Microplastic (MP) pollution is ubiquitous worldwide with plastics found even in pristine terrestrial, marine, and freshwater environments, but the ecological consequences of widespread MP remain unknown concern is growing because.
Author(s) America Sanchez, Christine Henderson Faculty Mentor(s) Christine Henderson (Law & Justice) Abstract There is a current need to construct gender-based reentry and rehabilitation correctional programs in Washington State. There are differences surrounding men’s and women’s correctional rehabilitation, such as