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PLI Symposium 2024: Christiane Fellbaum

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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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Evidence-Based Equity: A Quantitative Comparison of Patient Care by Race at Princeton University Health Services, Meghana Bhupati ,UG '26, Cole Strupp, UG '26, Angel Ndubisi, UG '26, Dharmil Bhavsar, UG '26, (EC15EBF2)

Studies have shown that racial minorities are less likely to utilize primary healthcare and more likely to express mistrust and dissatisfaction in some healthcare settings. We sought to determine…

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The Barriers We Build To Quality Schools: An Optimization Study of Zoning and School Inequality, Olivia Cao, UG '24 (1DA5FB37)

Despite the recognized importance of education, quality education is not accessible to everyone in the United States due to barriers created by housing, which are maintained by practices such as…

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What Does It Say? Post-OCR Correction with OpenAI’s GPT Models, James Zhang, UG '25 (218B610D)

The digitization of historical documents is crucial for preserving and providing access to our humanity—our history, our culture, and our lessons. Yet, the process continues to face unresolved…

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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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The Science of Science Communication: Are Explanations with Jargon Considered Better or Worse?, Francisco Cruz, GS (9288DB1D)

As we learn more about the world, it becomes impossible to master everything that is known. People have to specialize in one area and consult experts for information on other domains. But how can…

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Bradford Seminar: "Designing Effective Environmental and Conservation Policies: The Role of Collective Incentives"

Kathleen Segerson is a Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor of Economics at the University of Connecticut. She is an environmental economist, with a strong interest in collaborative…

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Bradford Seminar: "Office of Air and Radiation - Climate, Clean Air & Environmental Justice"

Bradford Seminar: Wielding the Tools of Environmental Policy: How Regulatory Rulemaking Serves the Climate, Clean Air, and Environmental Justice Agenda Speaker: Joseph Goffman, Principal Deputy…

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Finance and Treasury - Our Commitment to Service Excellence

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PLI How Large AI Models Work

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Welcome to the eLab Demo Day July, 31, 2023

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Between National Politics and International Intellectual Influences: Development of Nanjing University Chemistry & Physics Departments, 1902-1937, Julia Zhou, UG '24 (2269588)

Close inspection of Nanjing’s University charter and administrative-level official documents reveals the deep, early influences of Japanese education models on the structure of the Physics and…

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Human-level reasoning without the need for an inhuman learning paradigm?, Nobline Yoo, UG '23 (2272767)

Two-dimensional human pose estimation is a challenging task, where the goal is to localize key anatomical landmarks (e.g. elbows, knees, shoulders), given an image of a person in some pose. Current…

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Considering Intergenerational Equity: The Ethics of Deploying a Mosquito Gene Drive in Sub-Saharan Africa, Felicia Sanders, UG '25 (2770420)

Malaria was eradicated in the United States in 1951, but it is now the sixth biggest cause of death in low-income nations, and conventional preventative approaches, like pesticides, are becoming…

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CITP Distinguished Lecture Series: Alessandro Acquisti – Who Benefits from the Data Economy?

In the public debate around privacy and the data economy, several claims have been made concerning the benefits that multiple stakeholders may accrue from the collection and analysis of consumer…

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