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  • Terrill, Ashton (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Previous studies suggest benefits of exercise in the treatment of SUD’s and long-term sobriety maintenance. This study will implement group exercises in addiction treatment centers to observe these possible benefits. R1: ...
  • Uwolloh, Onyinye (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Little is known about Frederick Douglass’ lineage beyond the names of his maternal grandparents. This short story takes some creative license by going off the idea that one of Douglass’ fore-mothers was born in the fictional ...
  • Verdino, Savana
    Stress is a major concern regarding shelter cat populations, as it has many health and behavioral implications that could prolong their stay in a shelter environment. Many studies have looked at stress reduction methods ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Troxell, Kaila (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Once a month a woman’s body goes through the process of menstruation. Menstruation is “the periodic discharge of blood and mucosal tissue from the uterus, occurring approximately monthly from puberty to menopause in ...
  • Thompson, Chantelle (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Historically, mental health has been associated with stereotypes that have altered society’s perception on this issue. These stereotypes have placed labels and stigmas on those who have mental health. This study examines data ...
  • Tobergte, Maria (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Through the Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Organizational Leadership, and Communication Studies focus areas, this study uses an interdisciplinary approach to create a solution for the victims of the Australian bushfires. ...
  • Garbellini, Hanna (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Past research estimates that 44.7 million Americans possessed student loan debt as of 2018. Student loans are necessary for many Americans to attend college in the first place. This study aims to understand how student ...
  • Gardner, Jennifer (Northern Kentucky University, )
    The primary objective for this creative exploration was to facilitate the technical education and understanding of clay and glaze formulation for the participating student collaborator. To maximize on this undertaking, we ...
  • Clark, Carl (Northern Kentucky University, )
    One of the largest obstacles police face today is a lack of trust created through negative perception. By expanding on the value of community policing, establishing the necessary groundwork for implementation, and examining ...
  • Chachoff, Keith (Northern Kentucky University, )
    “Good leadership became very important for employees’ engagement and productivity, while companies where women are promoted in leadership positions enjoy very good economic results” (Deaconu, & Raşcă, 2015). Historically, ...
  • Clough, Katie (Northern Kentucky University, )
    The United Fruit Company Medical Department was formally founded in 1912, however there were already several hospitals owned an operated by the United fruit company before that. Through my Honors class I have been researching ...
  • Clarke, Kate (Northern Kentucky University, )
    In today’s world, climate change is almost seen as the new “normal.” People do not remember what the environment was like before the dramatic changes we see now. My research is designed to shine a light on the actions our ...
  • Carr, Tyler (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Pre-exposure to traumatic events can cause PTSD which can then lead to other cognitive impairments  which can lead several mental disorders later on in life leading to depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and also engaging ...
  • Crist, Kambra (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Clostridioides difficile is a spore forming bacteria that infects the gastrointestinal tract of individuals with a compromised gut microbiome. Complications can lead to kidney failure, bowel perforation, and even death. C. ...
  • Davidson, Andrew (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Laser sintering is the process where metallic or ceramic powder is deposited on a powder bed and then melted by a laser in thin layers about 1mm thick. There is a growing demand for skilled workers in this field. UC has ...
  • Crawford, Rachel (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Major Depressive Disorder is a mental health disorder that is classified as a prolonged depressed mood and loss of interest or pleasure in activities that were once enjoyed. Treatments vary per case and typically consist ...
  • Davis, Alexis (Northern Kentucky University, )
    As the United States holds close to the highest incarceration rates in the world, research suggests incarcerated individuals are at high risks for recidivism. Research shows that a high percent of offenders are males of ...
  • Collins, McKenzie (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Previous studies suggest benefits of exercise in the treatment of SUD’s and long-term sobriety maintenance. This study will implement group exercises in addiction treatment centers to observe these possible benefits. R1: ...