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HS02June2022_Plasma101

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Braided Systems of Care: An Anthropological Exploration of the Interface of Western Biomedicine and Traditional Healing Practices, Sydnae Taylor, UG '23 (3968056)

What is health? This ostensibly simple question often provokes pause in most people who attempt an answer. Although there are definitions to this question, in reality people gauge their health…

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Mapping the US Agrifood System at the County-Level, Peter Nixon, Postdoc (3967278)

With the goal of informing local food-action planning, we developed the first county-level database detailing agrifood consumption and production across 3,114 counties in the United States. The…

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Analyzing Racial Bias Trends in the Text of US Legal Opinions, Rohan Jinturkar, UG '23, (3964430)

Racial bias remains pervasive in American society, and there are many instances of such discrimination in the legal system. However, it is unclear if such bias also exists in the text of judge…

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"Time Passes": The Extinction of Joy Williams' Guidebook to the Keys, Noa Greenspan, UG '23, (3964581)

In 2003, short story writer and novelist Joy Williams published the tenth and final version of her guidebook to the Florida Keys. Snarky, acerbic, and obsessed with environmental disaster, The…

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Constructing the Self -- Shin Yu Pai and Confessional Poetry, Grace Tan, UG '23 (3962767)

I posit that Shin Yu Pai's poetry on Asian American stories and mementos are not merely commemoration/memorialization, but further engage with the challenge of constructing an identity of the…

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Do Assault Weapons Bans Really Save Lives: Moving Beyond Politics, Jacob Alayof, UG '23 (3958044)

I examine the real-world efficacy of an assault weapons ban. This is achieved through a difference-in-differences model that uses the variation of legislation between states as a natural experiment.…

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2022.03.28 Spring Department Wide Seminar

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CITP Seminar: Ryan Calo - Modeling Through

Theorists of justice have long imagined a decision-maker capable of acting wisely in every circumstance. Policymakers seldom live up to this ideal. They face well-understood limits, including an…

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Engage 2021 - Spinning Out and Spinning Up: How Faculty Translated Their Research into Successful Startups

It’s a long journey from a discovery spawned in research to a successful company selling a product or service based on that discovery. In this panel, moderated by Richard Hay Jr. of the Office…

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Getting Started with Zotero

Watch this five-minute "crash course" on Zotero, a tool that helps you manage your citations as you write!

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FIPP_December2021

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CITP Seminar: Alex Hanna - Beyond Bias: Algorithmic Unfairness, Infrastructure, and Genealogies of Data

Problems of algorithmic bias are often framed in terms of lack of representative data or formal fairness optimization constraints to be applied to automated decision-making systems. However, these…

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Nuria de Castilla | The Importance of Codicology- Manuscript Production, Support & Bindings

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Evyn Kropf | Introduction to Arabic Manuscripts- Overview, Terms, Methods, Special Challenges

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François Déroche | Codicological Structures_Pages & Quires

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