The 22nd annual Student Research and Creative Works Symposium was held May 14-15, 2019.

Students self-selected to submit their presentations for preservation and access through this site.

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Submissions from 2019

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Effect of static hip flexor stretching on standing pelvic tilt and lumbar lordosis, Samantha Lee Baker, Sebastian Lopez, Benjamin Adams, and Zach Eagle

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Service-learning: Effectively Transitioning Students Into the Workplace, Rachel B. Bean

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Archaeology and Climate Change: Sites at Risk of Sea Level Rise in The Puget Sound, Christy Lynn Berg

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The Venezuelan Crisis Within the Context of US Interventions in Latin America, Gloria D. Bravo

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Bull Trout (Salvelinus confluentus) can detect conspecific pheromones in a two choice Y-maze, Hannah M. Coles, Allan T. Scholz, Raymond Ostlie, Paul Spruell, Mark Paluch, and Jason Connor

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David and Goliath: The Abdication of a Throne, Shawn Marie Dufrene

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2019 Student Research and Creative Works Symposium Program, Eastern Washington University

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Defining Success in Service-Learning, Vikram N. Gill

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Therapeutic Recreation: Community Involvement, Amy Holt

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Positive Bias in Positive Psychology, Brandy R. Hutton and Max Barham

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Environmental and Anthropogenic Factors Affecting Coral Health, Kristin Jones

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Marguerite Higgins: Making War Accessible to the Masses, Kelli A. Knerr

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Optimum Moisture Content and Maximum Dry Unit Weight for Compaction of Interdisciplinary Science Center Soil, Rachel A. Lunstroth, Maria Camilla O'Toole, and Melissa Simbler

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Perceptions of Female Defendants as a Function of Pregnancy Status, Rachel A. Silverthorn

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Creating a Paradigm Shift: Culture Change Around Dementia, Ahna H. Soli

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Public Interest Litigation & Women’s Rights: Cases from Nepal & India, Jordan E. Stevenson

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Riparian Resilience in the Face of Interacting Disturbances, Alexa S. Whipple

Approaching Alzheimer’s & Dementia with Resiliency & Sustainability, Nichole Zeober

Submissions from 2018

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The Phenomenology of it All, Justin M. Campbell