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Teaching Computers to Negotiate, Denis Peskoff, Postdoc (3949464)

Negotiation is a core component of day-to-day life and international politics. But this is not a skill we associate with the everyday Artificial Intelligence of today: Siri and Alexa do not…

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The Perception of Italian Language and Culture and its Impact on College Class Enrollments, Ann Webb, UG '23 (3965293)

This presentation discusses the pressing problem of dwindling enrollments in Italian departments at the college-level nationwide and examines the perceptions of the departments of the language and…

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Musical Experience/Experiment through Making a Harpsichord, Joyce Wei-Jo Chen, G4 (3954632)

My dissertation, Musica Experientia/Experimentum, explores the intersection between acoustics, aesthetics, and artisanal knowledge (involved in musical instruments) in the seventeenth century. What…

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Developing a Theoretical Model to Advertise Cultured Meat to the Orthodox Jewish Community: An Analysis of Manischewitz Matzah and Plant-Based Meat Advertising as Case Studies, Alexandra Orbuch, UG '25 (3961415)

Although machine-made Matzah, the unleavened bread ritually eaten on the Passover holiday, was first met with pushback from the Orthodox Jewish community as an alternative to traditional handmade…

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A Conversation with Martha Kaplan

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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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Hope Springs…Motivated Reasoning? An Exploration of the Interdependence of Hope and Belief as an Explanation for Why We Prescribe Overly Optimistic Beliefs, Emma Cottrill, UG '21 (2311968)

Research suggests that when asked to reason about another person, people tend to say the person ought to form motivated, unrealistic, overly optimistic beliefs. Why do people say others ought to…

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Portrait of a Powerhouse: Live-Cell Imaging to Monitor Mitochondrial Behavior, Therese C. Kichuk, GS (2311334)

Just as the human body is kept alive by the functioning of its organs, individual cells are dependent on the health of subcellular structures called organelles. Often, what comes to mind when we…

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A Fresh Look at Fresh Memes, Rachel Myers, UG '22 (2256114)

Summary: This presentation discusses the definition of a meme and examines how memes have evolved over time to become a form of communication that is complex and unique in several ways. It is argued…

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Digital Resources for Medieval Maps and Mapping

Further details about the use of medieval maps, and how to access map data. Produced for Middle Ages for Educators.

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Eisenhower's Hidden Hand

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FILMMAKING: Lovell Holder '09 - Producer/Writer/Director - Memorable Moments in the English Dept.

Seven recent alumni, who are in the fields of law, medicine, publishing, journalism, film, theater administration, and non-profit education, returned to campus to talk about their professional…

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NON-PROFIT: Natalie Tung '18 - Co-founder & Executive Director of HomeWorks Trenton - Why English Matters

Seven recent alumni, who are in the fields of law, medicine, publishing, journalism, film, theater administration, and non-profit education, returned to campus to talk about their professional…

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NON-PROFIT: Natalie Tung '18 - Co-founder & Executive Director of HomeWorks Trenton - Memorable Moments in the English Dept.

Seven recent alumni, who are in the fields of law, medicine, publishing, journalism, film, theater administration, and non-profit education, returned to campus to talk about their professional…

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Stafford Little Lecture - Dr. Willie Parker

Dr. Willie Parker is a reproductive justice advocate and the author of Lifes Work: The Moral Argument for Choice

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Roundtable Discussion of The Cambridge Companion to Natural Law Jurisprudence

A Roundtable Discussion on The Cambridge Companion to Natural Law Jurisprudence (Cambridge University Press, 2017) featuring:George Duke, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, Deakin University; Robert P.…

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