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Author(s) Sydney Davies Faculty Mentor(s) Sarah Feeney (Family and Child Life) Abstract Previous literature has found that siblings who lose a parent at a young age consider themselves close regardless of contact due to the permanence of losing a parent.
Providing More Meaningful Feedback for Autograding of Programming Assignments Through Use of Static Code Analysis
Author(s) Chad Magendanz Faculty Mentor(s) Denise Shaw (Teacher Education) Abstract Computing occupations are the #1 source of all new wages in the U.S., but currently less than half our schools teach computer science. New legislation is mandating that all WA
Author(s) Aaron Duckworth Faculty Mentor(s) Tonya Buchanan (Psychology) Abstract Anime has become increasingly important to audiences around the world, including the college community. Despite observations that Millennials have aided in the rise of the adaptation of anime throughout the western
Author(s) Jed Flippin Faculty Mentor(s) Charles Pringle (Mechanical Engineering Technology) Abstract 3D printers have dropped in price to the point that an average consumer can purchase one. Accompanying this rise in home 3D printing is a relatively new sport known
Author(s) Nik Simurdak Faculty Mentor(s) Patrick McCutcheon (Anthropology & Museum Studies) Abstract The Grissom site (45KT301) is a large archaeological site with artifacts spanning pre-contact to historic periods. Past research by Central Washington University students sought to understand stone tool
Author(s) Kyle Saalfeld Faculty Mentor(s) Charles Pringle (Mechanical Engineering Technology), Jeughwan Choi (Mechanical Engineering Technologies) Abstract The thermal conductivity measuring device is used to measure thermal conductivity of solids, liquids, and food products. Thermal conductivity is a material property that