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Associations Between Cognitive Impairment with Body Mass Index, Race/Ethnicity, Educational Attainment, and Gender in Older U.S.
Author(s) Christianna Dix Faculty Mentor(s) David Gee (Food Science and Nutrition), Nicole Stendell-Hollis (Nutrition), Amie Wojtyna (Public Health) Abstract Body Mass Index (BMI) is a quick, inexpensive nutritional assessment which may assist RD’s in efficiently applying optimal care techniques to
Presenters: Open Up a World of Possibilities for Your Deaf Child Through ASL Immersion – Kate Anderson Changing How Music is Viewed with Subtitles and ASL Interpreters – Samantha Stevens The Accessibility of Drive-Thru Restaurants for People with Visual and
Author(s) Jonathan Dickinson, Jessy Moore Faculty Mentor(s) Jared Dickinson (Other), Leonardo D’Acquisto (Integrative Human Physiology) Abstract Ultrasound imaging (US) is a practical, non-invasive means to measure skeletal muscle architecture. To what extent and how best to use US to identify
Exploding Pedagogy: Incorporating Innovative and Creative Assignments in College Courses to Promote Inclusivity
Author(s) Gabby Triana Faculty Mentor(s) Maya Zeller (English Professional and Creative Writing), Matthew Martinson (Douglas Honors College) Abstract This presentation navigates the website version of my Douglas Honors College capstone project, which explores ways of increasing accessibility and inclusivity in
Teaching Program Template for Universal Serial Bus (USB) Protocol Human Interface Device (HID) Devices.
Author(s) Benjamin Williams Faculty Mentor(s) Lad Holden (Electronic Engineering Technology) Abstract The microcontroller sequence in the EET program at CWU currently does not contain a readily available program to setup communication using the USB protocol. The USB protocol is an