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Building the World's Most Accurate Low-Cost Sensor, Ximu Du (Jerry), UG '26, (2BE88C8F)

Greenhouse gas emissions affect people from a variety of backgrounds, but only wealthy entities have the means to monitor their communities’ air quality with accuracy. Having a low-cost sensing…

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Contested Curricula: A Study of Gender, Sexuality, and Freedoms in the Classroom, Casey Beidel, UG '24 (45C929B1)

In recent years, eighteen states have adopted anti-LGBTQ+ legislation restricting course content addressing gender and sexuality, mandating that teachers inform administrators of students’…

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PEI Lab "Voting Rights Federalism" lecture by Nicholos Stephanopoulos

Nicholas Stephanopoulos’s research and teaching interests include election law, constitutional law, administrative law, legislation, and comparative law, with a particular focus on the…

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Are Asian Americans People of Color? Reimagining Asian American Ethnic Identity and Forging Cross-Racial Solidarity with Black Americans, Zi Liu, UG '24 (2280004)

Are Asian Americans people of color? At the outset of his most famous 1903 essay, W.E.B. Du Bois writes: “the problem of the twentieth century is the problem of the color line.” But in…

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ReMatch+ Intern - Mel ( C.) Hornyak

Summer Research Colloquium Research Summary - Diversity Programs and the Hiring Process

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NON-PROFIT: Natalie Tung '18 - Co-founder & Executive Director of HomeWorks Trenton - Memorable Moments in the English Dept.

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 Only True Sovereign of A Free People? The Problem of Majority Rule in Madison, Calhoun, and Lincoln

James H. Read, Professor of Political Science; Joseph P. Farry, Professor of Public Policy, College of St. Benedict and St. John's University of Minnesota

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Panel 1: Creating a Diverse Campus

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