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Assessing Immune Response to Parasitic Lungworm in Northern Elephant Seals, Kenya Ripley-Dunlap, UG '24 (EE6A8B72)

Understanding how species once at the threat of extinction are affected in the long term can illuminate current and future conservation concerns. Northern elephant seals (NES) have a unique reaction…

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Asylum-Seeking and Discrimination: Analyzing Race as a Factor of Denial Within Latinos’ Asylum Case Decisions in the United States, Luis Xavier Guaman, UG '26 (96905DAF)

This project is trying to find out if an Latin American individual's race has some effect on their chances of being denied asylum status in the Unite States. To do this, I created my own data…

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Measuring Natural Selection in the Wild, Max Gotts, UG '24 (9D2FCEE5)

Fitness landcapes are incredibly powerful tools for visualizing the action of natural selection on rapid timescales. However, collecting the relevant empirical data to generate them is costly and…

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Evolution to Pollution: Genomic Regulatory Signatures of Selection in Pesticide-Exposed Morelet's Crocodiles from Belize, Yeraldi Loera, GS (7EEC903D)

In an increasingly polluted world, anthropogenic contaminants have become a significant threat to wildlife globally. Entering an organism through water, soil, food, and air, these toxic chemicals…

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Is a Bright Future Ahead of Us? The Perception of Large-Scale Social Progress Among South Asian Americans with Variations in Depressive Traits, Sana Asifriyaz, UG '25 (B122A141)

Prior socio-psychological research has found that a belief in social progress motivates prosocial behaviors as well as emotional and behavioral well-being in individuals (Rutjens et al., 2010).…

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EEB 522 Seminar Series - Elizabeth Tibbetts

EEB 522 Seminar Series Colloquium on the Biology of Populations Presented by Elizabeth Tibbetts "What wasps can teach us about the evolution of animal minds"

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EEB 522 Seminar Series | Santiago Ramirez

EEB 522 Seminar Series Colloquium on the Biology of Populations Presented by Santiago Ramirez "The Evolution of Chemical Communication and Speciation in Orchid Bees"

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Bradford Seminar: "Disaggregating Vulnerability to Floods"

Eric Tate is a Professor in the Princeton University Center for Policy Research on Energy and the Environment. He conducts research in the areas of flood hazards, social inequity, and water…

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Therapy is for Westerners: Inadequacies Measuring Bangladeshi Anxiety & Depression, Imaan Khasru, UG '23 (2267901)

Most tools to assess & diagnose psychological disorders are developed in the West via testing on Western populations, and then used on non-Western populations. We assume these tools are reliable…

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Uncovering Social Pathways to Economic Mobility for West African Women in the U.S., Danielle (Dani) Samake, UG (2265866)

How do immigrant and second-generation West-African women conceptualize and navigate economic and social class hierarchies in US higher education and workplace contexts? I argue that women from this…

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Bradford Seminar: "Do Health Disparities Narrow with Pollution Disparities? Evidence from California"

Danae is an Assistant Professor at the School for the Future of Innovation in Society and the School of Sustainability in Arizona State University. Danae's research studies the distributional…

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Evolution by Pesticides, Yeraldi Loera, G1 (3958324)

In an increasingly polluted world, contaminants have become a significant threat to biological homeostasis and may be eliciting rapid evolutionary responses in exposed wildlife populations. In 1980,…

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Displaced By Your Own: How Working-Class East Asians Perceive the Role of Co-Ethnics in the Gentrification of Flushing, Queens, Angelica Qin UG '23 (3949038)

Once bustling ethnic enclaves, many Chinatowns in the United States have now begun to undergo a rapid process of gentrification. Much of the academic and popular discourse surrounding this topic…

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Bradford Seminar: "Flood Vulnerable Populations: Who's Exposed And Who Recovers?"

Water and destruction garner the attention in flood disasters, and drive research and policy emphasis on physical processes and built environment impacts. But the main reason we care about floods is…

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Developing and Applying an SEIR Model to Evaluate US Cities’ Emergency Housing Responses to Homelessness During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Carla Dias, UG '21 (2312020)

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed some deep problems in the ways that the US handles public health issues amongst vulnerable populations. One group that has been particularly affected is the homeless…

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