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The Evolutionary Ecology of The Bird Nests, David Ocampo, GS (CA48F7FC)

Birds build diverse nest types, and this ability might be why some groups have thrived throughout their evolutionary history. Passerine birds, including the tyrant flycatchers, have managed to spread…

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Studying Rapid Response & Continuous EEG Resource Utilization in the Hospital Setting, Sharv Dave, UG '25 (7348B209)

Electroencephalography (EEG) is a tool utilized in in-patient and outpatient hospital settings for the screening, diagnosis, and maintenance of neurological disorders including epilepsy. While a…

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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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What The Taiwanese Want from America: Taiwanese Public Opinion on The Recent U.S.-Taiwan Relationship, Koji Kawamoto, UG '24 (B629DB01)

In his senior thesis, Kawamoto addresses the research question: What does the Taiwanese public want out of the recent U.S.-Taiwan relationship? Taiwan, or the Republic of China (ROC), has been a…

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Sharon and Bijan Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Iran and Persian Gulf Studies: "Iran in 19th-Century French Literature"

Iran held a unique place in the culture of nineteenth-century France, considered at once part of the Orient and yet elevated above all other Oriental nations. Admiration, identification, and even…

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WDA Conference: "Alero Olympio: Activated Matter" Keynote

Alero Olympio was an architect and builder of radical ecologies. Born in Ghana and working extensively between Scotland and her homeland, Olympio theorized and exercised a rigorous dedication to…

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The Most Toxic Relationship of Royal Family History - Queen Eleanor and King Harry

This video summarizes the tumultuous marriage of Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine and Henry II of England. Like, Share, Subscribe I do not own the images or music. Music attribution: …

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10.12.2023 PIIRS Seminar | Free Speech, Ethics, and Democracy |

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EEB 522 Seminar Series | Susan Harrison

EEB 522 Seminar Series Colloquium on the Biology of Populations Presented by Susan Harrison "Climate and Plant Community Diversity in Space and Time"

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Toni Morrison Lectures with Farah Jasmine Griffin - 03/29/23

HERE STANDS A MAN: MORRISON'S (FEMINIST?) MOLDING OF BLACK MASCULINITY Held over three days March 28 – March 30th, the Toni Morrison Lectures are held bi-annually and spotlight the new…

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SoA Lecture "On Assembling Boxes"

The LADG (Los Angeles Design Group) is an architectural practice founded in 2004 by Andrew Holder and Claus Benjamin Freyinger. With offices in Venice, California and Cambridge, Massachusetts, The…

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AAS - Juneteenth 2023

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Connections between Graph Theory and Single-Chain Nanoparticle Morphologies, Sophia Colmenares, UG '24 (2277355)

Single-chain nanoparticles are intriguing materials inspired by proteins that consist of a single precursor polymer chain that has collapsed into a stable structure. In many prospective applications,…

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Culinary Trends throughout History in NYC, Tenzing Sherpa, UG '26 (4060710)

Explore the fascinating world of historical culinary trends with this engaging video that delves into the New York Public Library's What's on the Menu Database. The video highlights key…

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Creating a Division 1 Pitch Grader Using Machine Learning, Alexander Dreger, UG '25 (2763371)

In baseball, the goal of the pitcher is to prevent runs. To do so, they must make it difficult for the batter to hit the ball. There are a variety of techniques and methods the pitcher can use to…

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The Romantic Myth of the U.S. National Parks as Constructed by Frank Jay Haynes and John Muir, Taylor G. Branch, UG '23 (2263948)

Imagine “wilderness”. Does it evoke tropical jungles? Arid deserts? Thick deciduous forests? The concreteness of these images contradicts the fact that, historically and culturally,…

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