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Celebration of Student Research & Creativity

Celebration of Student Research & Creativity

 

These are unpublished student works submitted for NKU's annual Celebration of Student Research & Creativity event. For programs, publicity and similar publications about this event, go to Institute for Student Research & Creative Activity>Publications>Celebration of Student Research and Creativity.

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  • Wilson, Angel (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Kamala Harris, the daughter of two-parent immigrants made history as American first Vice President-elect empowered women everywhere. Kamala's spoke to women's strength everywhere and their struggle who, despite the odds ...
  • Williams, Donald; Trejo, Jasmine (Northern Kentucky University, )
    " Heteroaryl compounds are common and important components in medicinal chemistry. A palladium catalyzed α-heteroarylation of the compound tropinone under microwave irradiation was conducted in our lab. In this presentation, ...
  • Walker, Teresa (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "1. My motivation for my research paper was to see why so many people go hungry in a country that perceives to be wealthy. 2. I am trying to figure out why people cannot afford to eat. Throughout the year they seem to ...
  • Tuley, Cameron (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "The issues of childhood obesity for kids in poverty Childhood obesity is an issue that can lead to many life threating diseases to children as the enter young adult hood such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Children ...
  • Trejo, Jasmine; Williams, Donald; Gatterdam, Courtney; Montes, Luis; Ma, Lili (Northern Kentucky University, )
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  • Steward, Angela (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Lack of professional caregivers in an aging nation with extensive health issues is a problem in society. To address this growing concern, the medical community and social workers need to provide a health care curriculum ...
  • Steffen, Sara; Downnen, Tyler; Bardgett, Mark (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Antipsychotic drugs are given to children to alleviate various psychiatric disorders even though there is little research on the impacts on brain development and behavior. This study explored the effects of the antipsychotic ...
  • Smith, Susan (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Multigenerational workforce is a reality in today’s employment. The composition of the workforce has shifted from heavily Baby Boomers to primarily Millennials between 2010 and present day, however the older generations ...
  • Siry, Elizabeth (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "According to a study done on childhood trauma by The National Survey of Children’s Health, about half of the nation’s children, over 32 million, have experienced at least one traumatic event. My research offers an explanation ...
  • Seibert, Samuel; Guy, Michael P (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Across eukaryotic organisms, 2`-O methylations on the anticodon loops of tRNA molecules are widely conserved and crucial for efficient translation. The methyltransferase Trm7 interacts with the protein Trm732 to methylate ...
  • Rowe, Elizabeth (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Through the disciplines of psychology, social work, and education, I will provide research that supports the need for implementation of mental health programs in public school settings; I will also provide solutions that ...
  • Rimal, Bijay; Lerch, Rachael; Shannon, Jack (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "We consider a variation of game of cops and robber where the cop seeks to determine the location of the robber by selecting a vertex v in the graph and receiving distance from v to the invisible robber. The movement of ...
  • Rieman, Logan (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Hi my name is Logan Rieman and I have done my project and research on the sustainable green buildings and construction. I have chosen this topic because I have worked in a handful of different jobs that were all in the ...
  • Purcell, Morgan (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Child abuse continues to be a prevalent problem in the United States, so therapeutic treatments and interventions are necessary for healing and recovery to occur. Research shows that child maltreatment and abuse can lead ...
  • Poe, Leah (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "In 2010, the ACLU found that black Americans were 3.73 times more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession than white Americans. What makes this statistic more striking is that marijuana usage is about the same ...
  • Phan, Nga (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Human emotion recognition plays an important role in many settings, such as the value of the quality of a meeting, the real satisfy level of customers toward a product, or even future robots with the same emotional abilities ...
  • Perry, Connor (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Benzo[a]pyrene (BaP) is a carcinogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon commonly found in traffic- related air pollution, tobacco smoke, and grilled foods. BaP is linked to learning deficits and to neurodevelopmental ...
  • Patton, Mariah (Northern Kentucky University, )
    This focuses on the need for vaping intervention programs among teens in schools.
  • Owsley, Tyron (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "An Integrative Approach Racial profiling of African Americans by members of the law enforcement is a complex issue that has been instilled in society since the beginning of the development of America. The theme that ...
  • Osborne, Herbert (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Authentic leaders lead with purpose, meaning, and values, leveraging their natural abilities with an awareness of their shortcomings. Research has shown that people are more likely to follow an authentic leader because ...

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