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Uncovering the Allure of the Young Adult Novel, Louisa Sarofim, UG (2766680)

My presentation uses natural language processing tools to analyze 10,000 lines of reviews of young adult novels from Goodreads. With this method, I hope to gain further insight into why people enjoy…

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On Sunken Land: The Environmental and Social Impacts of the Itaipu Hydroelectric Dam in Brazil, Coley Rose Martin, UG '23 (2272645)

In October of 1982, a Brazilian and Paraguayan company known as Itaipu Binacional closed the side canals of the Itaipu hydroelectric dam on the Paraná River in Brazil, launching an ambitious…

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Therapy is for Westerners: Inadequacies Measuring Bangladeshi Anxiety & Depression, Imaan Khasru, UG '23 (2267901)

Most tools to assess & diagnose psychological disorders are developed in the West via testing on Western populations, and then used on non-Western populations. We assume these tools are reliable…

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Analyzing the underlying mechanisms of cross-platform validity for Natural Language Processing-based predictive models that identify mental disorders in social media users, Yubi Mamiya, UG '26 (3995017)

Recent, dramatic increases in life-threatening self-harm and hospitalizations of young people due to mental disorders has motivated efforts to preemptively identify suffering individuals and connect…

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Electric Toothbrushing Pitfalls, Rachel J. Kulchar, UG (2276841)

As the most prevalent chronic disease, dental caries, or tooth decay, is exacerbated by inadequate plaque removal. Oftentimes, people assume that electric toothbrushes are a very efficient way to…

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Loving Coral Reefs to Death in Hawaii, Bing Lin, GS (2263815)

Coral reefs are both icons of biodiversity and global tourist attractions. By combining web-scraped public Instagram data and aerially mapped live coral cover maps across the main Hawaiian Islands,…

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Shouts & Murmurs: A Gendered Study of Sonic Suspensions in the 19th Century Novel, Clara McWeeny, UG '25 (2770242)

When considering moments of auditory focus in the 19th century novel, rarely does one stop to consider the sonic attention paid to instances of direct speech. Readers instead find their preoccupation…

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Quantum Photonic Transformer (QPT), Alkin Kaz, UG '23 (2262501)

You might have wondered what underlying mechanism and models does the famous ChatGPT, the Artificial Intelligence (AI) chat assistant employs. The T of the GPT, that is the Generative Pre-trained…

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Finding Momentum in Division One Baseball, Jason Ding, UG '25 (2770524)

There is thorough research proving the hot-hand notion, or the tendency to believe that a successful streak is likely to lead to further success, as a fallacy in sports. This research disproves the…

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Connections between Graph Theory and Single-Chain Nanoparticle Morphologies, Sophia Colmenares, UG '24 (2277355)

Single-chain nanoparticles are intriguing materials inspired by proteins that consist of a single precursor polymer chain that has collapsed into a stable structure. In many prospective applications,…

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Can Pitchers Gain a New Edge in Baseball by Profiling a Hitter’s Swing Path?, Tony Owens Jr, UG '24 (2278771)

A baseball game is a series of batter, pitcher matchups. The pitcher seeks to do one of two things: prevent the batter from making contact, or cause the batter to make weak contact, which will lead…

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Culinary Trends throughout History in NYC, Tenzing Sherpa, UG '26 (4060710)

Explore the fascinating world of historical culinary trends with this engaging video that delves into the New York Public Library's What's on the Menu Database. The video highlights key…

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Pitch Tunneling in Baseball, Ben Zenker, UG '24 (2264109)

Pitch tunneling in baseball is when two pitches look the same for most of their trajectory towards home plate, but then move in opposite directions. Pitchers utilize pitch tunneling to try and fool…

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Gendered Topics: Boyhood and Girlhood in a Century of (Cotsen) Children’s Literature, AnneMarie Caballero, UG '23 (2262314)

In order to examine themes across a century of children’s literature, the Cotsen Children’s Literature (CCL) dataset was curated for this project based on the nineteenth-century catalogue…

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Can a Batter Predict an Upcoming Pitch Only Using the Pitch Before?, Atharva Pathak, UG '26 (3993450)

Using a round bat to hit a small round baseball traveling 90+ mph and breaking in unexpected directions is considered the hardest activity in sports. Knowing the speed, break, and location of a pitch…

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Retrieving by Finding Shortcuts in Representation Space, Michael Tang, UG '24 (2272401)

Information retrieval (IR) is the task of learning useful ways of representing text documents that allow us to efficiently relevant the most relevant documents for a given query, e.g. by encoding…

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