Author(s) Aracely Cohetzaltitla, Laura Randolph Faculty Mentor(s) Chong Eun Ahn (Asian Studies) Abstract In our presentation we will discuss how Korean Folklore and Mythology has impacted Korean culture in the past and in the present. We will be discussing three important stories/ myths that Koreans… Read More »How Has Korean Mythology & Folklore impacted Korean Culture
Online Oral Presentation
Author(s) Angela Congdon Faculty Mentor(s) Naomi Petersen Abstract Medicare and Medicaid only issue wheelchairs to people who need one to get around their own home. If wheelchairs do not have the ability to navigate typical outdoor surfaces or climb slopes such as a standard vehicle… Read More »Do Medicare and Medicaid issue wheelchairs that contribute to keeping people homebound?
Author(s) Michael Powers Faculty Mentor(s) Mark Samples (Music Education) Abstract Across the last 50 years, Stevie Nicks has built a critically and commercially successful career as a frontwoman of band Fleetwood Mac and as a solo artist. Critics and fans alike have long recognized her… Read More »Branding the Witch: Mysticism, Femininity, Timbre, and Stevie Nicks
Author(s) Priscilla Perez Faculty Mentor(s) Charles Reasons (Law & Justice) Abstract Racial Threat, Small Town Policing and Latinos PlusThe literature on the Racial Threat Hypothesis has been growing. This theory asserts that as the number and proportion of racial minorities grows in a city, higher… Read More »Racial Threat, Small Town Policing and Latinos Plus
Author(s) Kristeen Mowitch Faculty Mentor(s) Naomi Petersen Abstract About fifty of the Quinault Indian Nation elders reside in the small community of Queets, Washington. With the pandemic beginning outside of the community and eventually reaching it has been extremely uncomfortable for the elders; who have… Read More »Covid-19 and how it has affected the Queets elders
Author(s) Kecia Howard Faculty Mentor(s) Tishra Beeson (Public Health) Abstract This presentation evaluates the impact of COVID-19, the current global pandemic, on pregnant mothers across the United States, and their experiences with preparing for birth. Fear of birth scores are an efficient way to analyze… Read More »Does income have a direct correlation to women who express a higher fear of birth score?
Among Asian Americans, the waist to height ratio is a more sensitive screening tool for diabetes than waist circumference
Author(s) Kayla Wyatt Faculty Mentor(s) David Gee (Food Science and Nutrition), Dominic Klyve (Mathematics) Abstract Diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the US and its prevalence is rising. Physicians commonly use a patient’s BMI or waist circumference (WC) for evaluating abdominal obesity… Read More »Among Asian Americans, the waist to height ratio is a more sensitive screening tool for diabetes than waist circumference
Stressors Impacting Academic Integration and Self-Efficacy of Female Adolescent Refugees of Middle East Conflict
Author(s) Kathryn Metzger Faculty Mentor(s) Denise Shaw (Teacher Education) Abstract This presentation examines the available research and literature on female adolescents who are refugees from areas of conflict in the Middle East and the impact that cultural, gender-based, and trauma-related stressors have on their self-efficacy… Read More »Stressors Impacting Academic Integration and Self-Efficacy of Female Adolescent Refugees of Middle East Conflict
Disparity Levels in Parent-Child Relationship Satisfaction in Emerging Adulthood and Parental Relationship Dissolution
Author(s) Kianna Zimmer, Raisa Lane, Emma Sherwood, Emily McAtee Faculty Mentor(s) Sarah Feeney (Family & Consumer Sciences) Abstract Previous literature has found that healthy parent-child relationships are less common among children who experience dissolution of their parents’ relationship. Few studies have examined how parental relationship… Read More »Disparity Levels in Parent-Child Relationship Satisfaction in Emerging Adulthood and Parental Relationship Dissolution
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. Particularly, athletes at the NCAA… Read More »Evaluating College Football Coaches’ Legal and Moral Obligations in Reporting Sexual Violence Perpetrated by Athletes