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Faculty - Why Slavic

Faculty explain Why Slavic.

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Princeton Research Day 2024

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PLI Symposium: Full

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PLI Symposium 2024: Andrea DiGiorgio

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PLI Symposium 2024: Christiane Fellbaum

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Using Semantic Vectors to Uncover Nuance and Better Understand Ancient Roman Texts and Culture, Natalia Tam, UG '25 (4391AAA4)

Latin is difficult for machines to translate due to the language being highly inflectional and overlapping word forms frequently creating ambiguity. Even with the help of dedicated human translators,…

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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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School Finance Reforms (SFRs) and English Language Learner Outcomes in American Public Schools, Sydney Pargman, UG '24 (BE330B0B)

This project uses the random timing of School Finance Reforms (SFRs) implemented between 2002 and 2019 to study the impacts of changes in education funding systems on English Language Learner (ELL) -…

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Exploring the Predictive Potential of ESM1-b on Identifying Sub-cellular Protein Localizations, Shazra Raza, UG '24 (ED8F687F)

Proteins, a fundamental component of all cellular processes, exhibit diverse functions which are dictated by their unique structures. Large language models (LLMs), such as ESM1-b, have recently…

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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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Shocking Changes: Using NLP to Understand the Effect of Geopolitical Risk on American Interest in Battery Recycling, Chase Magnano, UG '25 (23F76E3D)

American dependence on battery technology has exploded in recent years and continues to grow rapidly. However, America is almost entirely dependent on imports for critical minerals required to make…

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Communicating Sovereignty: A History of the Muscogee Language and Communication Networks, Keely Smith, GS (21229670)

The United Nations declared the period between 2022 and 2032 as the International Decade of Indigenous Languages due to the critical situation of many Indigenous languages around the world. My…

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PIIRS 60 Second HD 16x9

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The Interface of Structure & Function: What We’re REALLY Saying Is..., Delaney Savidge, UG '24 (138877C8)

Any time we write or speak, we have a goal in mind: to communicate an idea from one person to another. What that idea is varies, but consistently, how we form speech is used to optimize the…

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Freedom Fighting Under The Oppression: The Experience of Non-Violent Struggle Under Dictatorship in Belarus

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LLM Forum - Tal Linzen (4.17.24)

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