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9.12.22 NES Seminar Series “Together and Apart-The Art and Culture of Armenia”

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RMSeptember2022

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OURSIP Intern - Aya Abu-Alfa

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ReMatch Intern – Wilder ( Alexander) Crosier

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OURSIP Intern - Jennifer Nwokeji

Cryo-EM Studies of Organelle Formation in Parasites Mentors: Prof. John Jimah, Molecular Biology Nathan Fowler (Research Specialist), Molecular Biology

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OURSIP Intern - Vivian Chen

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OURSIP intern- Ariana Di Landro

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OURSIP intern -Jessica Wang

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The Reconciling of Public Policy: A Political Development and Institutional Analysis of Reconciliation and its Impact on Policy, Christian Potter, UG '22 (3964342)

This thesis represents the first large-scale analysis of budget reconciliation in decades. Through an American Political Development lens, I argue that budget reconciliation, initially legislated in…

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“I am Done (with) My Homework”: the Semantics, Syntax, and Variation of a Feature of Philadelphia English, Molly Cutler, UG '23 (3963503)

In my research, I look at a syntactic feature that is local to Philadelphia English, which is a type of sentence structure that Philadelphians find normal, and might not even realize that people…

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Design Optimization of Floating Breakwaters, Hamid ElDarwich, G2 (3909917)

Rapid urban population growth and climate change are increasing the impact of coastal hazards and the demand on land space. Floating cities are one of the proposed solutions to alleviate the demand…

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Shine On You Crazy Diamond: Photo-Induced Behavior of GdSbTe, André Koch Liston, UG '23 (3887939)

Light is fast — but not infinitely fast. When electronic circuits become as small as atoms and information travels in the picosecond scale (10^-12 s), detectors must react to ultrafast changes…

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4.18.2022 MAE Faculty Search

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2022.03.23 Religion Conversation Fixed

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4.6.2022 PRISM Symposium (Morning)

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