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Linking Sleep & Gut Health: Circadian Rhythms in Antimicrobial Proteins, Talia Akoh-Arrey, GS (C00AC432)

Shift work, which refers to work schedules outside the hours of 7AM and 6PM, is a global practice employed in several industries. While being an essential part of the workforce, decades of research…

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QuaLLM: An LLM-based Framework to Extract Quantitative Insights from Online Forums, Varun Rao, GS (2A506948)

Online discussion forums provide crucial data to understand the concerns of a wide range of real-world communities. However, the typical qualitative and quantitative methods used to analyze those…

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Structural and Biophysical Investigations of Protein-Membrane Interactions in T. gondii to Understand Organelle Fission Necessary for Parasite Propagation, Maria Josefina Karakousis, UG '26 (3CDAD298)

Toxoplasma gondii is a single-cell parasite which causes toxoplasmosis, a disease causing flu-like symptoms in healthy individuals but severe eye or brain damage in congenitally infected children,…

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The Matthew Effect: How the Election Process Discourages Working-Class Representation, Colton Simmons, UG '24 (ED8F2324)

Working-class Americans are vastly underrepresented in legislative institutions. Indeed, elected officials in the United States are wealthier, more educated, and overwhelmingly come from more…

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ENT EGR 219 (4.16.24)

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Mellon Forum - April 10th

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NJ AI Summit - AI, Society and Policy

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CITP Seminar Brooke Erin Duffy - Visibility in the Creator Economy: Navigating the Promises and Precarities of Platform Labor

Amid mounting legal and financial strife, mainstream platform companies—from Meta and YouTube to TikTok and Twitch–are doubling down on their idealistic framing of the digital…

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Education for All (2.15.24)

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13November2023_ApprenticeGraduationCeremony

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CITP Seminar: Dan Calacci – Why Data Rights Should be Labor Rights: Data Protection and AI Regulation for Gig Workers and Beyond

Workers everywhere are more surveilled, managed, and quantified by technology than ever before, harming people’s health, safety, and dignity at work. Gig workers like Uber and Lyft drivers…

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11.02.2023 PIIRS Directors Seminar | Public Health and Wellbeing: Learning from the Past Preparing for the Future

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10.25.2023 LLM Forum A: Conversation w Meredith Whittaker Topic Society

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SafetyStandDown_14September2023

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OURSIP Intern - Joe Fast

Explaining the Post-Covid Racial Wage Gap Compression Advised by: Prof. Ellora Derenoncourt, Economics

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OURSIP Intern - Maria Karakousis

Structural Investigations of Protein-membrane Interactions in T. gondii to Understand Organelle Fission Necessary for Parasite Replication Advised by: Prof. John Jimah, Department of Molecular…

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