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  • Payne, Molly (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "How to balance friendship and leadership. Who does not want to be liked by their peers? No one wants to be disliked. However, when workplace promotions elevate one co-worker to a position of authority over co- workers, ...
  • Johnson, Whitney (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Child welfare workers cover a large sector in the social work field, but it has very high turnover affecting vulnerable populations, costing the state money, and new social workers avoiding the welfare sector. The purpose ...
  • Habig, Tosha (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "There are estimated 673,000 children in foster care in the United States, with 122,000 waiting to be adopted yearly. However, there are currently over 2 million Sexual Minorites (SM) that are interested in adoption but ...
  • 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 ...
  • Salter, Erica (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "There are clear biases between law enforcement and urban communities having resulted in strained community relations. The purpose is to understand how interactions with law enforcement impact a young adult’s perceptions ...
  • Davis, India (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Paleohistology, the study of microscopic anatomy of fossil organisms, has been on the forefront of paleontological research for some time now. The microstructure of fossils lends evidence into how a dinosaur, or even a ...
  • Price, Bridgitte (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Beginning research has been conducted to gage the level of trauma-informed care shown by hospital staff related to breastfeeding mothers. A brief survey was administered to better understand the support given to mothers ...
  • Garner, Matthew (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Without high speed access to information, people residing in rural areas become more isolated from the changes that are occurring globally and have fewer options for access to resources and opportunities. This research ...
  • Burnout 
    Wears, Caleb (Northern Kentucky University, )
    When you hear of the term “burnout” what is your first thought? Maybe you think of a dead-end job that someone may be working, and they have just had enough? Or maybe you think of a student that has just way too much work ...
  • Fitzpatrick, Samantha (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Perceptions of campus climate significantly impact students’ academic achievement and level of satisfaction with their university. It is only within the last decade that research has begun to examine the effects of campus ...
  • Barriger, Lindsey (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Psychological distress is a serious social problem, especially among college students. Based on the literature, psychological distress can lead to negative behaviors, poor physical and mental health outcomes, and a decrease ...
  • Allen, Kayla (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "There is a complex issue with female recruitment, support, and retention in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) related fields. Insights are drawn from the disciplines Psychology, Sociology, and Education; ...
  • Akinrele, Kolawole (Northern Kentucky University, 2019-12-03)
    The Kentucky Center for Mathematics (KCM) is a state supported entity charged with improving effective mathematics teaching and learning, involving early childhood through adulthood. The KCM primarily does this by ...
  • 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 ...
  • Spratt, Pam (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Food Insecurity is one of the more wicked problems we face in the United States today. Prior research shows that populations dealing with food insecurity suffer from higher than average rates of chronic health conditions ...
  • Harris, Jasmine (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Many children in the U.S. are currently experiencing one or more forms of child abuse and neglect. Research shows that children with disabilities are at increased risk for experiencing child abuse. When striving to prevent ...
  • 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 ...
  • Taylor, Tammy (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Child abuse, also known as maltreatment, consists of children being neglected, physically abused, sexually abused, and psychologically abused. Child maltreatment is cause by many factors affecting families worldwide, such ...
  • 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 ...
  • Harves, Adam (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Research shows that low- income households are more likely to be obese due to less nutrient dense food options in their restaurants, food pantries, and grocery stores. Previous studies have concluded that low SES plays a ...