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Author(s) Jacob Atamian Faculty Mentor(s) Charles Pringle (Mechanical Engineering Technology), Dr. Jeunghwan Choi (MET), Muir Hamilton (ETSC) Abstract Students of the Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET) program at Central Washington University have contributed to an ongoing Carbon Fiber Recycler project funded
Author(s) Stephen Bartlett Faculty Mentor(s) Lisa Ely (Geological Sciences), Carey Gazis (Geological Sciences) Abstract Restoration of streams and floodplains using large wood is now common practice in Washington. The primary goals are to restore aquatic habitat, and riparian ecosystems and
Author(s) Emily Raney Faculty Mentor(s) Greg Lyman (Electronic Engineering Technology) Abstract Collecting wind speed and direction measurements can vary greatly based on the location that the measurement is being taken from. On the Hogue Technologies building roof there is an
Author(s) Kimberly Wiles Faculty Mentor(s) Stuart Boersma (Mathematics) Abstract From as early as 400 BC, civilizations have been using cryptography; the art of creating codes. Often utilized among military personal, encrypted messages contributed a significant amount to the success of
Author(s) Ryder Satak, Jeffery Harn, Naoki Masuda Faculty Mentor(s) John Choi (Mechanical Engineering Technology) Abstract American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) hosts an RC Baja competition yearly at Central Washington University where schools from around the state gather to compete.
A Plan to Investigate the Accessibility of Kittitas Valley Math Circles Lessons: With a Concentration on Web-Video Lesson
Author(s) Samantha Wilson Faculty Mentor(s) Naomi Petersen (Accessibility Studies) Abstract This capstone project is an investigation of the accessibility of Kittitas Valley Math Circle online lessons. Due to COVID-19 Kittitas Valley Math Circles was forced to put lessons online on