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Automating Photomask Design: Coupled Ring Quantum Cascade Lasers, Rosy Monaghan, UG '24 (66EBF7FE)

Quantum cascade lasers are a type of semiconductor laser that operate in the mid to far infrared region. Due to their unique properties, such as compact design, fast recovery gain time and operation…

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Stealthy Hyperuniform Metamaterials in the Mid-Infrared, Manuel Gallego, GS (AFAA2005)

Stealthy hyperuniform heterostructures are a novel type of metamaterial that display photonic band gaps (PBG) and isotropy simultaneously. In this project, we have successfully designed, fabricated,…

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The History of Mpala Research Centre and Its Impact on Science and Local Communities, Katie Rohrbaugh, UG '24 (53E7F75E)

This project aims to analyze the historical development of Mpala Research Centre, an ecological research institution located in Laikipia County, Kenya, and connect it to broader historical trends at…

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The Racialized Politics of Drugs: Analyzing Racial Resentment and Cannabis Policy, Milo Richardson, UG '25 (FF7686F0)

Amidst a national shift toward the acceptance of marijuana legalization, a divide emerges between the robust support for recreational marijuana legalization and the hesitant implementation of…

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Documenting Violence: Surveying Haitian Perspectives and Experiences Amidst Governance Turmoil and Escalating Gang Violence, Gil Sander Joseph, UG '25 (716B9055)

Haiti is going through a particularly tumultuous period in its recent history marked by a complex governance crisis and the expansion of geographic and political control of gangs over Haitian…

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Emotional Manipulation in the Era of Misinformation: Investigating the Interplay of Emotions, Fake News, and Social Media Algorithms, Anjali Kapoor, UG '24 (EB8536AD)

Fake news can have extremely harmful effects on society, such as increasing polarization, instilling distrust in the media and government, inciting violence, andencouraging dangerous health…

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Generating Stylized Comic Art With Stable Diffusion, Audrey Zhang, UG '25 (7A3C3CD0)

Stable Diffusion (SD) and other AI diffusion models can generate images in seconds. These models, however, are trained on millions of images, and sometimes not all are taken with consent. This is…

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Kairos: Between Dreams of Neoliberal Globalization, Ruinophilia, Purpose, and Sports, Sally Jane (SJ) Ruybalid, GS (351011FF)

Everyone wants to know all about the Olympics, but who really knows what happens after? This project seeks to understand the lasting effects of the Olympics on urban and built space, with special…

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Having Connections––Roots of the Pare Pare System on Guam, Seyoung Choung, UG '25 (219D978E)

“Having Connections––Roots of the Pare Pare System on Guam” seeks to explore the historical roots of the ‘pare pare system’ on Guam, an island in the Marianas…

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Lands of Rainbows: Youth Literature And A Call for Holistic Representation in Cork, Ireland, Allison Rose Peart, UG '24 (C04F7004)

My thesis explores interactions with queer representation in literature for children and teenagers in Cork, Ireland. Recent far-right protests and library harassment in Cork reflect larger…

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Venturing into the Unknown: Investigating sex differences and the role of the lateral septum in territorial behavior , Vivian Li, UG '24 (B1E3E6CA)

Territory exploration in animals is conducive to gain knowledge about investigated environments and evaluate social information driven by recognition of chemosensory cues. Previously, it was known…

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How Does Estrogen Impact the Brain? A Study on the Interaction between Estrogen Depletion and Microglia, Sebastian Mehrzad, UG '26, Ida Narli, UG '26 (C6410DF1)

Estrogen is a sex hormone that plays different roles in the brain versus in the periphery. Notably, low levels of estrogen have been shown to be associated with spatial memory impairment and object…

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Slavery: Physical, Mental, Spiritual, Tori Tinsley, UG '24 (90ED54C3)

This thesis defends Plato’s Allegory by arguing that physical and mental freedom are necessary for human freedom. These freedoms are necessary because they fulfill the precondition for human…

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Rescript: an AI-powered Government News Monitoring System, Nikhil Ajjarapu, UG '24 (79BBD471)

Congress spends close to 10,000 hours holding meetings meetings and debates where they form public policy. These meetings are especially important to organizations and businesses, who need to stay on…

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Liquidity Regime Unveiled: Integrating Liquidity Measures Through Gaussian Mixture-Driven Hidden Markov Models, Bofan Ji, UG '24 (207CEC04)

Liquidity regimes are an intuitive yet elusive concept. It is easy to conceptualize how markets have periods of high liquidity, where the cost of trading is low, and periods of low liquidity, where a…

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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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