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Browsing Celebration of Student Research & Creativity by Date Created

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  • Bryant, Kathleen (Northern Kentucky University, 2019-04)
  • Heiert, Danielle; Darby, Kendra; Bluford, Lauren; Pipes, Rachel; Dreyer, Autumn (Northern Kentucky University, )
  • Adriano, Natalie; McNeese, Raven (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Estrogenic hormones derived from agricultural and pharmaceutical industries are common pollutants. The concentration of steroidal pollution in natural bodies of water has therefore been increasing with rising demands. These ...
  • Allen, Tyesha (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Estrogenic hormones derived from agricultural and pharmaceutical industries are common pollutants. The concentration of steroidal pollution in natural bodies of water has therefore been increasing with rising demands. These ...
  • 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. ...
  • 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 ...
  • Verdino, Savana (Northern Kentucky University, )
    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 ...
  • Vaughn, Taylor (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Kinship care can be defined as any adult raising a non-biological child. Parent’s and caregiver’s interactions with children can directly impact social and behavioral development of children. This study used data gathered ...
  • Vernier, Anna; Short, Chaise; Hardy, Bailey; Saner, Stephanie; Montes, Luis; Bens, Anna; Brownstead, Adrianna (Northern Kentucky University, )
    The purpose of this work is to synthesize annulene-o,m,o,m-oxacalix[4]arene hybrid molecules which exist in a tweezer-like conformation with cofacial annulenes due to the chalice-like nature of oxacalixarenes. These hybrid ...
  • Verkley, Ethan (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Understanding a city’s growth helps city leaders to achieve sustainable city development. This study focuses on a comprehensive analysis of Greater Cincinnati growth with use of remote sensing techniques. The major data ...
  • Vogel, Michaela (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Modifications of tRNA are critical for proper functioning. Yeast Trm7 is an enzyme that interacts with Trm732 and Trm734 to modify tRNAs at residues C32 and G34, respectively. Yeast mutants lacking both Trm732 and Trm734 ...
  • Atnafu, Ludiana (Northern Kentucky University, )
    This project created a chatbot to assist software developers in writing more secure code and ran an experiment to evaluate the bot. Security vulnerabilities in software result from mistakes made by programmers. Few software ...
  • Uwolloh, Onyinye (Northern Kentucky University, )
    In our global village world, the United States, despite having the most linguistic diversity on the Earth, uses English in daily dealings as it is the accepted ideal. Although English is not recognized as an official ...
  • Verkley, Ethan (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Understanding a city’s growth helps city leaders to achieve sustainable city development. This study focuses on a comprehensive analysis of Greater Cincinnati growth with use of remote sensing techniques. The major data ...
  • 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 ...