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  • Lakatos, Amanda (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "As social media becomes more prominent in today's society, many Americans turn to platforms like Facebook and Twitter as sources of news. Unfortunately, the platforms often employ algorithms that make it easy for echo ...
  • Kennedy, Roxana (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Substance abuse is considered to be a public health crisis with 53 million Americans reporting usage of illegal substances in the past year. 17% of that population are women, who represent the fastest growing segment of ...
  • Vogel, Jessica (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Sexual harassment towards females is highly prevalent in multiple environments, especially on college campuses. The research shows 59.2% of undergraduate female students experienced harassing behavior, reporting the highest ...
  • Parr, Alysa (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Popular culture is an aspect of life that we are exposed to daily whether it be a simple television program to the various world issues we face. Over many decades, there has been an overwhelming presence of these issues, ...
  • Guthrie, Dan (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Our country was founded on the basis that all citizens should have the right to vote and an equal voice. Although the United States still claims to be a democracy, a closer look at the data, shows that we are currently ...
  • Mashini, Lionnelle (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Last semester, in my independent class, Entrepreneurship 490, I developed my company which is a Financing consulting firm. For a long time, I had a desire of helping people with their finances. That desire was rekindled, ...
  • Ely, Sydney R (Northern Kentucky University, )
    The concept of emerging adulthood (18-25 years-old) (Arnett, 2015) is a new stage of identity development characterized by increased exploration and metacognition. Arnett outlines five pillars as markers of adulthood, one ...
  • Dailey, Savannah (Northern Kentucky University, )
    The lack of importance placed on fine arts in public schools is a growing concern in the future of our country’s children. By creating an equal distribution of importance, recognition, and funding for all the opportunities ...
  • Perry, Ethan; Coleman, Tanner; Hooks, Quinton; Tiemon, Liam (Northern Kentucky University, )
    This is a study of virtual infrastructure performance. We intend to develop methods to correctly size virtual machine resources according to its workload. We will attempt to optimize virtual machines over four different ...
  • Tolliver, Lauren (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Mental health is becoming more and more of an issue. It is now common for people to have depression or anxiety. This may be true because our world is becoming more complex. If we analyze the relationship between chronic ...
  • Parlow, Sarah (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Work-Life balance is a buzzword we hear a lot these days, but what does it actually look like for the average American? For many, it looks like a lack of balance. Rushing from work to pick up the kids, take them to practice ...
  • Anderson, Angela (Northern Kentucky University, )
    As the cost of post-secondary education rises, heavier financial burdens are placed upon families and students resulting in escalating rates of food insecurity among college students. This study seeks to examine the ...
  • Stephenson, Julia (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Students are affected by the impact of food insecurity. The lack of nutritious food has been found to impact an individual’s mental health, depending on their access to the appropriate food a person needs daily to remain ...
  • Francesconi, Amber (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Research suggests that food insecurity is a substantial problem on college campuses. Moreover, food insecurity has been found to negatively impact academic performance. The current study seeks to examine the relationship ...
  • Pennington, Lillie (Northern Kentucky University, )
    This study examines the experiences of formal sex education in k-12 school for NKU students who identify as a part of the LGBTQ+ community. Oftentimes, curriculum content in this arena may contain inaccurate or detrimental ...
  • Wright, Katherine (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Research suggests that foster care alumni face a variety of consequences that impact their academic success. One of these consequences is anxiety.  The current study seeks to examine the prevalence of anxiety among foster ...
  • Ngo, Ana (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Object recognition is really helpful in detecting objects, such as human, cars, buildings… in an image or a video. In this research, we use some machine learning techniques to recognize different kinds of fruits in an ...
  • Dossett, Maria (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Fuel the Family is a public relations campaign created to raise awareness about and promote resources for pregnant and parenting students at NKU. This campaign was informed by various methods of communications research. ...
  • Litzler, Jenna (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "There is still the lingering question that arises which is, is there enough funding that goes towards early childhood education programs and the educators that work with these kids and their families daily? This is the ...
  • Adams, Sarah (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have high levels of comorbid mental health disorders compared to other developmental disability populations. Despite high rates of mental health service utilization people ...