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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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The Science of Science Communication: Are Explanations with Jargon Considered Better or Worse?, Francisco Cruz, GS (9288DB1D)

As we learn more about the world, it becomes impossible to master everything that is known. People have to specialize in one area and consult experts for information on other domains. But how can…

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PLI Symposium 11/28 Mengdi Wang

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OURSIP Intern - Dorothy Junginger

Disentangling the Distinct Roles of Nuclear DNA Sensors in the Antiviral Immune Response Advised by: Prof. Ileana Cristea, Molecular BiologyPeter Metzger, Molecular Biology

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Opening Minds to Close the Gap: Shifting Attributions for the Achievement Gap in Education to Foster Support for a Progressive Education Policy, Ryan Champeau, UG '23 (2264510)

Scholars have evaluated policies aimed at addressing racial and socioeconomic achievement gaps in education. However, few studies have looked at how voters themselves perceive the gap and how their…

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HPA Panel: When Should I Apply?

Making the decision to apply to health professional school in a given cycle is a tough one. Should you apply direct entry? Should you take a gap year? Should you take more gap years? You should apply…

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FIPPMarch2023

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OLTP07February2023_AStarikovskiy

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OLTP15November2022_MCappelli

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10.45 Gratitude as Inner Motivation

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Teaching Computers to Negotiate, Denis Peskoff, Postdoc (3949464)

Negotiation is a core component of day-to-day life and international politics. But this is not a skill we associate with the everyday Artificial Intelligence of today: Siri and Alexa do not…

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"It's All in Your Head": Disparities in Colposcopy Description Between Patients and Medical Professionals, Miriam Stern, UG '22 (3965441)

Historically, women have been more likely than men to have their pain dismissed by physicians as being “all in their head.” The minimization of pain experiences by the medical community…

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Investigating Phospholipid Transport in Gram-negative Bacteria, Michael Lee, UG '22, (3964281)

Gram-negative bacteria form two biological membranes; the inner membrane encloses the cytoplasm of the bacteria while the outer membrane surrounds the inner membrane and delineates the cell from the…

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SHOW ME THE MONEY: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF WOMEN AND MINORITY OWNERSHIP ON PRIVATE EQUITY FUNDRAISING PERFORMANCE, Isabelle Grosgogeat, UG '22 (3961816)

Private equity has become favored as a haven for investors seeking to generate higher returns while improving portfolio diversification. Recent estimates suggest that private equity firms currently…

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Bradford Seminar: "Decarbonization and local air pollution discrepancies"

Kyle Meng is an Associate Professor at the Bren School of Environmental Management and the Department of Economics at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is a Faculty Research Fellow at…

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Quantum Anomalous Hall Effect, Topological Magneto-electric Effect and Orbital Magnetism

Allan H. MacDonald - The University of Texas at Austin

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