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A CROSS TO BEAR: THE ROLE OF RELIGION IN SHAPING ATTITUDES TOWARDS REFUGEE IMMIGRATION IN EUROPE, Srishti Ghosh, UG '23 (3967977)

The Russia-Ukraine crisis has spurred a new wave of refugee immigration to neighbouring European countries including Poland, Germany, and Georgia. This story is, of course, not a new one –…

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Next Generation Concrete: Exploring the CO2 Sequestration Potential of Low-lime Binders Enabled by Materials Architecture and Additive Manufacturing, Nadia Ralston, UG '22 (3967491)

As society pushes towards industrialization and growing needs for development occur, the global demand for Ordinary Portland cement (OPC) is expected to rise concurrently. Yet, as one of the largest…

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Optimizing battery storage to maximize decarbonization of China’s power system, Liqun Peng, G5 (3965370)

Battery storage will play a crucial role in integrating variable renewable electricity generation into power systems, yet it is still uncertain how the location, scale and timing of storage…

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Now, or in Seven Years: An Analysis of Social and Traditional Media Responses to the IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report, Aaron Serianni, UG '25 (3958083)

On April 4, 2022, Working Group III of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change published their contribution to the Sixth Assessment Report, Climate Change 2022: Mitigation of Climate Change,…

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Caught in the Crossfire: A Mixed Methods Analysis of the Impact of Violent Conflict on Maternal Health Care Utilization in Pakistan, Amina Ahmad, UG '22 (3957523)

For my senior thesis, I examined the impact of violent conflict on maternal healthcare utilization in Pakistan using a mixed-methods approach. For the quantitative analysis, I spatially merged…

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Building better conservation media for primates and people: A case study of YouTube videos by orangutan rescue and rehabilitation organizations, Erin Heaning, UG '23 (2173675)

Conservation organizations rely on social media platforms to raise awareness and fundraise. Social media is a double-edged sword: it can be a wide-reaching and effective tool for education and…

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Trauma Exposure and Mental Health Outcomes Among Central American and Mexican Children Held in Immigration Detention at the United States-Mexico Border

The current study sought to explore the associations between migration-related stress and the mental health of migrant children coming from Central America and Mexico who were held in United States…

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MEDICINE: Marlise Pierre-Wright '12 - Northwestern medical school '22; MPA Princeton '16 - Why English Matters

Seven recent alumni, who are in the fields of law, medicine, publishing, journalism, film, theater administration, and non-profit education, returned to campus to talk about their professional…

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The Dignity & Debt Network Conference - Catalyzing Action: The Social Sciences, Technology, & Innovation

The Dignity & Debt Network Conference - Catalyzing Action: The Social Sciences, Technology, & Innovation Peter Levin (Intel)

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