Author(s) Jessica Craig, Gracie Minks, Adrienne Larson, Amy Claridge Faculty Mentor(s) Tishra Beeson (Public Health) Abstract BACKGROUND: Vaccination during pregnancy aids in protecting mothers from serious disease, while the development of maternal antibodies can help protect their babies from serious diseases early in life. This… Read More »Vaccine Intentions and Attitudes toward the COVID-19 Vaccine among Pregnant Women in the U.S.
Author(s) Victoria Shearer Faculty Mentor(s) Timothy Beng (Chemistry) Abstract Climate change is a daunting predicament the world has found itself in, leading to an increase in green chemistry. A green chemistry technique that utilizes C-H bond activation is desirable. Due to this, a sustainable, cost-effective,… Read More »Construction of Conformationally Restricted Bicyclic Lactam-Lactones by sp3 C-H Oxygenation
Author(s) Amber Anderson Faculty Mentor(s) Anthony Stahelski (Psychology), Mary Radeke (Psychology) Abstract Happy, surprised, fearful, disgusted, sad, or angry are classic emotional labels inferred from facial expressions (Ekman & Friesen, 1971). This study examines the impact different emotional labels have on social trait and personality… Read More »Facial Inferences: Facial Expressions or Emotional Labels?
Author(s) Jorge Garcia Faculty Mentor(s) Timothy Beng (Chemistry) Abstract N-heterocyclic sulfones are present in many pharmaceuticals, including antityrpanosomal drug Nifurtimox. There is therefore an increasing demand for methodologies that create N-heterocyclic sulfones. This is all the more necessary since drug-resistance issues continue to persist, and… Read More »Charting the Chemical Reactivity Space of Castagnoli-Cushman-Derived N-Heterocyclic Sulfones
Author(s) Rachel Davey Faculty Mentor(s) April Binder (Biological Sciences) Abstract Obesity is a multifaceted metabolic disorder with severe worldwide public health consequences. While obesity can often be treated using diet and exercise, there are complex genetic interactions driving obesity that don’t always respond to such… Read More »Mice Mice Baby! Cold-induced metabolic changes in lean, transgenic mice
Author(s) Adrienne Larson Faculty Mentor(s) Amy Claridge (Family & Consumer Sciences) Abstract Previous literature has found that maternal depression and adversity can decrease the likelihood of the formation of a secure attachment in infants, but few studies have examined the association between maternal depression during… Read More »Maternal Depression Perceived During Adolescence and Attachment Security in Adulthood
Author(s) Gracie Minks Faculty Mentor(s) Tishra Beeson (Public Health) Abstract Pregnant women have faced rapidly changing information about COVID-19 disease and its related outcome. As health systems and providers shifted care delivery models to adapt to the realities of pregnancy care during a pandemic, some… Read More »Intended Support Strategies Among Pregnant Women Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Understanding the CWUMCE’s Collections using Cultural Biographies: A Study of Edward and Juanita Haines
Author(s) Dyana Poffenroth Faculty Mentor(s) Hope Amason (Anthropology & Museum Studies), Lourdes Henebry-DeLeon (Anthropology) Abstract Just like larger museums, small museums are ethically obligated to reconnect their collections to creator communities—albeit under the constraint of minimal resources. Within the Central Washington University Museum of Culture… Read More »Understanding the CWUMCE’s Collections using Cultural Biographies: A Study of Edward and Juanita Haines
Pregnant women’s experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic: A mixed method exploration of prenatal depression
Author(s) Adrienne Larson, Gracie Manlow, Amy Caridge, Tishra Beeson, Amie Wojtyna Faculty Mentor(s) Amy Claridge (Family and Child Life) Abstract Risk factors associated with prenatal depression have been studied extensively, but it is unclear whether typical risks are relevant during the COVID-19 pandemic. This mixed-method… Read More »Pregnant women’s experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic: A mixed method exploration of prenatal depression
Longitudinal Patterns of Microplastic Abundance and Potential for Food Web Uptake in the Yakima River
Author(s) Janell Shah Faculty Mentor(s) Clay Arango (Biological Sciences) Abstract Microplastic (MP) pollution is ubiquitous worldwide with plastics found even in pristine terrestrial, marine, and freshwater environments, but the ecological consequences of widespread MP remain unknown concern is growing because. A growing number of MP… Read More »Longitudinal Patterns of Microplastic Abundance and Potential for Food Web Uptake in the Yakima River