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Facial Recognition Technology in the State of New Jersey: Promoting Resident Privacy through Transparency and Regulation Within Law Enforcement, Grace Zhuang, UG '23 (3963609)

Facial recognition technology is a tool that is being used across the country by state and local law enforcement agencies. Within law enforcement, facial recognition technology can be used in cases…

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Early life stress increases chromatin accessibility in the adult Nucleus Accumbens, Mayowa Oke, UG '22 (3964408)

Early life stress (ELS) is a term which describes a variety of forms of childhood adversity. Research involving both human and rodent subjects has shown that individuals who experience ELS are at…

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Leaving the life: Exiting a violent social network amidst changing gang landscapes, Megan Kang, G2 (3957014)

Leaving the life of the streets involves personal and social considerations. This paper explores the social dynamics of desistance from crime – what it means to leave behind one’s gang as…

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Causal Effects of Depression on Job Satisfaction, Mindy Burton, UG '23 (3881135)

My research explores the relationship between depression and job satisfaction. Less than half of American employees feel satisfied with their jobs. Low job satisfaction affects more than an…

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3-14-22 NES Seminar Series- Empire of Debt- Finance, Violence, and Accounting in the Ottoman Age of Crisis, 1770-1840

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CITP Seminar: Kristian Lum - Closer Than They Appear: A Bayesian Perspective on Individual-level Heterogeneity in Risk Assessment

Risk assessment instruments are used across the criminal justice system to estimate the probability of some future behavior given covariates. The estimated probabilities are then used in making…

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(Episode 4) Scams Targeting Students

This series of short videos answers frequently asked information security questions and shares insights from professionals in the field. Join us as we ask the important questions and have some fun in…

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Pan-African Scientific Research Council: COVID-19 Conference Day 2

The PASRC COVID 19 Conference will take place on August 18 and August 19 2021. It will be followed by the General Assembly of PASRC members on August 20 2021.The conference will showcase…

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TRI Talk: The Apocalypse and the End of History: Modern Jihad and the Crisis of Liberalism"

On October 26, please join Suzanne Schneider for a discussion of her new book, The Apocalypse and the End of History: Modern Jihad and the Crisis of Liberalism, which delves into the politics and the…

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SPIA Student Spotlight - Susan Ragheb, MPA '22

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PU Town Hall 09212021

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Rematch+ Intern - Maya Satchell

Can We Predict Corrupt Behavior by Individuals?

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Final Public Oral Examination of Chris Tokita

"Networks, Collective Behavior, and Information in Social Systems - From Ant Colonies to Social Media"

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Lindsey Schmidt - 2021 Journalism Senior Colloquium

Lindsey Schmidt '21 presents her certificate project, "As Migration Surges, Advocates and Experts Say Climate Change Shares the Blame," during the Program in Journalism's third…

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Evaluating the Impact of Climate Disasters on Property Value: A Study on Hurricane Sandy, Grace Hong, UG '21, (2312439)

I study the impact of Hurricane Sandy on New Jersey home prices using a difference-in-differences and triple difference regression from 2009 to 2019, incorporating storm damage, National Flood…

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Bradford Seminar: "Natural Disasters and Elective Medical Services: The Consequences of Forgone Health Care"

Tatyana Deryugina is an Associate Professor of Finance at the University of Illinois. Her research focuses on environmental risk. She has studied the economic costs of both natural and man-made…

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