Author(s) Karoline Berge Faculty Mentor(s) Tishra Beeson (Other) Abstract The Zika virus outbreak of 2015 disproportionately affected Brazil, a South American country with a history of fractured health systems and infrastructure. Factors that have contributed to Brazil’s higher burden of Zika virus include physical environmental… Read More »The Zika Virus in Brazil
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Author(s) Kathleen Singleton Faculty Mentor(s) Tamara Caulkins (History), Matthew Martinson (Douglas Honors College) Abstract How does the concept of home grow with you? Every year, salmon return to the streams they were born in to lay their eggs and die. Likewise, humans will always feel… Read More »Homecoming: A Climate Fiction Reading
Author(s) Jasper McCutcheon Faculty Mentor(s) Paula Collucci (English) Abstract The general perception of the Viking Age is of an era filled with extreme violence. Men and women from northern Europe did raid and pillage many other European kingdoms throughout this time period, but they also… Read More »The Impacts of the Vikings Seen Today
Evaluating the role of deep Earth processes in mineral deposit formation, North Cascades, Washington.
Author(s) Colton Bell Faculty Mentor(s) Christopher Mattinson (Geological Sciences) Abstract The demand for new technologies and clean energy sources has brought an increase in demand for mineral resources to supply the elements needed. Sulfide minerals are the source of many economically significant elements, such as… Read More »Evaluating the role of deep Earth processes in mineral deposit formation, North Cascades, Washington.
Training and weight-control methods among elite female runners competing at the 2020 Olympic marathon trials
Author(s) Sophia Berg Faculty Mentor(s) Kelly Pritchett (Other), Dana Ogan (Nutrition) Abstract Athletes participating in aesthetic sports, such as endurance sports, report more frequent attempts to lose weight and greater training volumes than athletes participating in non-aesthetic sports. Various training styles, weight periodization, and presence… Read More »Training and weight-control methods among elite female runners competing at the 2020 Olympic marathon trials
Author(s) Tyler Ussery Faculty Mentor(s) Ralf Greenwald (Psychology) Abstract Scientists and historians agree that music has been one of the most culturally relevant phenomena in the history of mankind. Every society and civilization in known history has regularly practiced musical activity. With recent developments in… Read More »Music Perception and Cognition: A Clinical Neuroscientific Perspective