The 19th annual Student Research and Creative Works Symposium was held May 16-18, 2016.

Students self-selected to submit their presentations for preservation and access through this site. The full 2016 program lists all presenters.

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Submissions from 2016

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2016 Student Research and Creative Works Symposium Program, Eastern Washington University

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Current Issues and Developments in Psychology with Regards to Latina/o Americans, Rachel Giddings

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The Lack of Diversity Among Sign Language Interpreters Presents Major Challenges for the Health Care Industry Serving the Chicana/o Community, Christina Gutierrez

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Defining America: Chicano/Latino Influence, Hope Jackson-Doney

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Latina/o Education and Its Effects on Overall Job Success, Megan Lee

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Stereotypes and Popular Misconceptions of Latino Immigration, Teddy J. Mead

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Developing a Support Center without Borders: Enhancing Services for Students without Documentation, Edith Melendez

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Analysis of Point of Sale Tobacco Retail Practices in Spokane, Ghazal Meratnia, Harry Daniels-Schatz, Kurtis Godfrey, Lauren Luther, Alexandra Norris, Mohamed Ahmed, Cerstan Bratlien, and Hayley Hodgins

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Latin@s in the Labor Work Force, Vanessa Murillo

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Understanding U.S. Racial Tensions in the 21st Century, Taylor Newquist

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Alexander the Great and Aristotle's Philosopher King, Mica Pointer

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Undocumented Immigrants and the Constitutional Rights of Their U.S. Born Children, Jennifer Rogers

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The American Dream: Equality in Education, Alexandra Romjue

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Flirtation Styles and Tactics among College Students, Erika Ruppelius

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The Economy and Mexican Immigrants, Austin Schulz

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Rebels From the Waist Down: An Exploration of Sex and Love in 1984, Charles R. Vaught Jr.

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To Be a Viscera Technician, Charles R. Vaught Jr.

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The Necessity of Minority Ethnic Studies in the American Education Curriculum, Destiny L. Vaught

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Dental Fluorosis and Fluoride in Consumable Products, Katarina Wasley

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The Use of HRT and Mild-Aversion Therapy to Treat Habitual Behaviors, Mary-Jo Waterbury

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Immigrants in the U.S. Labor Market, Samantha Zontek