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Bronen, Robin, May 20, 2024, "Climate Justice Advocacy: Rights, Reimaginings and Relentless Resistance"

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PLI Symposium 2024: Christiane Fellbaum

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Public Elementary Teaching in NJ: A Portrait of An Occupation in Crisis , Grace Coller, UG '26 (E7868335)

With efforts being made at the national, state and local levels, through legislative and executive means, to address the teacher labor shortage, why is the shortage so persistent? Many scholars…

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Join(t)ing the Past and Present: The History, Construction, and Structural Properties of the Traditional Japanese Daimochi Tsugi Timber Joint, Akaneh Wang, UG '24 (7BC529DA)

Heritage structures serve as a record of the past and symbolize enduring connections between a community’s culture and history. While historical Japanese timber joints built by miyadaiku…

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Business Resilience: Investigating Changes in Company Language During Crises, Brandon Cheng, UG '25 (E69FFA75)

This entry investigates the nature of language used by businesses in disclosure documents (10Ks and 10Qs) and earnings calls during crises that had negative financial impacts. After applying three…

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How Climate Change Affects the Resilience of Future Renewable Energy Systems, Luo Xu, Postdoctoral Research Associate (7EAE9015)

Climate change is no longer a distant threat but a present reality, with a 78% rise in weather-related power outages in the U.S. over the past decade. Our high-resolution analysis of power outage…

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Projects in Health Economics in India & China, Sydney Eck, UG '24 (2A8FFCA9)

Investment isn't just about stocks and bonds. In my independent work for economics, I examined health investment, which is measured by metrics such as vaccination, nutrition, medicine, and…

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A Capacity to Contribute: Improved or Impaired by Selective University Attendance?, Jenna Elliott, UG '25 (6E20F01D)

If highly selective universities are truly seeking to educate students with the desire and potential to ‘change the world,’ it seems worth investigating how well their students measure…

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Rising Russia: Re-evaluating Global Warming in the Great Northern State, William Aepli, UG '26 (8537E324)

Global warming is a problem. For Russia, which lies in the great North, the impacts will be even further exacerbated. Russia is warming about 2.5-3 times faster than the rest of the planet, largely…

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Integrated Analysis: Bridging Biomechanics with an Energy Framework for LaMSA Systems, Teagan Anoop Mathur, GS (0C99E039)

Click beetles (Elateridae) are one of many small organisms that use a system of springs and latches to achieve incredible accelerations. This strategy is referred to as latch-mediated,…

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Textual and Critical Analysis of a Video Game Series Through Interactive Data Visualization, Tri Giao Vu Dinh, UG '24 (DD456A5A)

In this project, I combine quantitative, statistical, and algorithmic methods from different disciplines of study to perform critical analysis on the in-game textual content of the Fire Emblem video…

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QuaLLM: An LLM-based Framework to Extract Quantitative Insights from Online Forums, Varun Rao, GS (2A506948)

Online discussion forums provide crucial data to understand the concerns of a wide range of real-world communities. However, the typical qualitative and quantitative methods used to analyze those…

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Dumpster Diving: Thermal Imagery of Callisto Using ALMA Calibrator Data, Cole Meyer, UG '24 (14DF385C)

Thermal images at different radio wavelengths probe varying subsurface depths of cold, icy bodies like that of Callisto – the outermost of Jupiter’s four largest moons – and…

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Next G Seminar- "Regular Sparse NOMA: Ultimate Performance in Closed Form" Lecture by Ori Shental

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