Abdullah Syed

Intertextuality and Hybrid Identity in Mario Vargas Llosa’s The Storyteller

Author(s) James Thomas Faculty Mentor(s) Christopher Schedler (English) Abstract This presentation explores an intertextual comparison between Saul Zuratas/Mascarita, in Mario Vargas Llosa’s novel The Storyteller and Saul of Tarsus/Paul, the apostle from the Christian New Testament and, from a larger perspective, the Judeo-Christian tradition as… Read More »Intertextuality and Hybrid Identity in Mario Vargas Llosa’s The Storyteller

Reducing Post-Partum Depression Through Peer Support Interventions

Author(s) Mary Korth Faculty Mentor(s) Tishra Beeson (Physical Education, School & Public Health) Abstract Mary Korth Reducing Post-Partum Depression through Peer Support Interventions Post-partum depression occurs in 7-20% of pregnant women in the United States (Patel et. Al, 2012). Many mothers experience depression for the… Read More »Reducing Post-Partum Depression Through Peer Support Interventions

Navigating Google’s Nonprofit Marketing Immersive

Author(s) Kahlia Mafua, Hashmi Bhardwaj, Bailey Nygreen, Esmeralda Marquez, Andrey Gromov Faculty Mentor(s) Sayantani Mukherjee (Marketing) Abstract This presentation will highlight CWU/CB digital marketing minor students’ work in the Google Ads nonprofit marketing immersion global program. The program connects non-profits, students, and donors through the… Read More »Navigating Google’s Nonprofit Marketing Immersive

Decoding Ice: A Novel and Economical Method by which Non-Science Majors/Secondary Students Measure the Atmospheric CO2 of Ea

Author(s) Rus Higley Faculty Mentor(s) Abstract Global Climate Change tends to be incompletely understood or misunderstood by non-scientists, and effectively teaching about this phenomenon is a concern of educators at the secondary level and at the non-science major undergraduate level. One key idea is that… Read More »Decoding Ice: A Novel and Economical Method by which Non-Science Majors/Secondary Students Measure the Atmospheric CO2 of Ea

Context-Sensitive Visualization of Deep Learning Natural Language Processing Models

Author(s) Andrew Dunn Faculty Mentor(s) Razvan Andonie (Computer Science) Abstract The introduction of Transformer neural networks has changed the landscape of Natural Language Processing (NLP) during the last years. So far, none of the visualization systems has yet managed to examine all the facets of… Read More »Context-Sensitive Visualization of Deep Learning Natural Language Processing Models

Finding Next Meal: A Research Based Cost/Benefit Analysis of Nutrition Related Programs in the United States

Author(s) Margaret Battisti Faculty Mentor(s) Yvonne Chueh (Actuarial Science) Abstract The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found, in a survey based study, that 88% of adults in the United States do not meet the required daily intake of fruits and 91% do not… Read More »Finding Next Meal: A Research Based Cost/Benefit Analysis of Nutrition Related Programs in the United States