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  • Bowen, Emily (Northern Kentucky University, )
    National data indicates that minorities are overrepresented in the criminal justice system (CJS), experiencing enhanced arrests, adjudication, and imprisonment. Reports of negative police encounters are prevalent amongst ...
  • Calipo, Bianca (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "According to National Geographic, the diversity in coral reefs rivals that of the Amazon rainforest- an estimation of 2 million species rely on these underwater animals. Because of this, they are foundational to the ...
  • Griffith, Alondra (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "The ramification of experiencing one ruinous event or a progression of events during childhood has shown to induce deleterious effects on an individual’s cognitive prosperity and level of academic accomplishments. The ...
  • Ferrarelli, Laura (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Despite the myth that intimate partner violence occurs exclusively in heterosexual couples, research suggests that incidence rates are comparable if not higher in same- sex couples. The purpose of this study is to examine ...
  • Miller, Janiah J. (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Black females face severe, inequitable experiences within the United States K-12 education system, which makes them susceptible to the school to prison pipeline (White, 2018). Understanding these experiences, can help ...
  • Krebs, Jonah; Beal, Zach (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Intergroup conflict has profound effects on society and individuals. The Know Rivalry Project is an intercollegiate research collaboration dedicated to sustainable production, discernment, and dissemination of knowledge ...
  • Winkle, Kayla (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Traditional burials and cremations are the most common methods of burials, but require many resources and cause pollution to the soil and air. Greener burials are a solution to this pollution by reducing the amount of ...
  • Grinstead, Kathryn (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Research suggests that those with anxiety tend to feel the need to control things around them in order to feel at ease. However, controlling behavior has never been identified as a coping strategy, and very little is known ...
  • 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 ...
  • Schaich, Alexandra (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Changes in sleep patterns are one of the first things that someone experiences when they go off to college. This inevitably will have an impact on one’s mental health. A cross-sectional self-reporting survey will be used ...
  • Hughes, Taylor (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Social anxiety may create significant academic challenges for students. This is alarming because approximately 12.1% of undergraduate students in the United States meet criteria for a social anxiety disorder. This study ...
  • George, Elizabeth (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Sex work is an everyday occurrence here in the United States, but what drives public opinion on it? Religion has shown itself to be one of the main factors in this area. So how then do religiosity and public opinions of ...
  • Anyabuonwu, Florence (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Available research indicates that a sense of belonging has been linked to student's enhanced physical and mental wellbeing. This study explored sense of belonging through religious senses. Significant results were found. ...
  • Mann, Emily (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Globalization, rapid industrialization and economic development of China, has resulted in a monumental shift from agriculture lifestyle to one of manufacturing and production. One major concern with this new trend, is ...
  • Wagner, Tessa (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Why isn't the American public better informed about climate change and ways to help combat its effects? I propose that certain factors within the crisis of climate change are impacting the lack of interest and or denial ...
  • Ghodeshwar, Shikha (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Businesses often look to holidays to thrive or even survive (Martinez, 2018; Moin & Hays,2020; Clark, 2020; Wahba, 2017). They use merchandising strategies (Mitchell, 2020), including sensory marketing (Șteliac & Șteliac,2018) ...
  • Stephenson, Joshua (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Due to limited access to education and job positions, film critics face structural gatekeeping in finding the role they play in the diverse public media representation of films and television. Based on unstructured ...
  • Denham, Mariah (Northern Kentucky University, )
    With the rising cost of tuition many people question if a college education is really worth it. Research shows that middle-class students are less likely to receive non-loan aid and more likely to take out higher loan ...
  • Hoskins, Leigh Ann (Northern Kentucky University, )
    "Stigma involves the negative or discriminatory attitudes that others have about mental illness. Past research suggests that mental illness stigma has a negative impact on the lives of college students in the United States. ...