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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
Evaluating College Football Coaches’ Legal and Moral Obligations in Reporting Sexual Violence Perpetrated by Athletes
Author(s) Tori Carpenter Faculty Mentor(s) Dr. Sean Dahlin (Sport Management) Abstract Sexual violence on college campuses has been a significant public health issue for many years now. NCAA Division I institutions report a higher number of sexual assaults and violence.
Author(s) Samantha Wilson Faculty Mentor(s) Emilie Hancock (Math Education), Brandy Wiegers (Mathematics) Abstract Engaging more faculty in Discipline-Based Education Research (DBER) can increase the number of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) faculty utilizing evidence-based practices for undergraduate teaching and
Author(s) Taylor Arndt Faculty Mentor(s) April Binder (Biological Sciences) Abstract The NAG1 gene is the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory gene 1. Mice with the activated NAG1 gene have been associated with a leaner phenotype, longer lifespan, less adipose tissue, and higher metabolic
Author(s) Pongpob Supinee Faculty Mentor(s) Lad Holden (Electronic Engineering Technology) Abstract The Atlas robot that is used for the robotic class in Central Washington University does not process any sensor that will provide safety for the users or itself. The
Author(s) Jack Dutton Faculty Mentor(s) Charles Pringle (Mechanical Engineering Technology), John Choi (Mechanical Engineering Technology) Abstract The Joint Center for Aerospace Technology Innovation (JCATI) project is designed to recycle carbon fiber pieces for use in manufacturing. Part of the system