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Browsing Undergraduate Research Day 2021 by Title

Browsing Undergraduate Research Day 2021 by Title

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  • Harper, Tim; Ramirez, Darren; Duffy, Tim (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021-04-07)
  • McCormick, Bryan (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021-04-07)
    A detailed breakdown of effects and techniques used to create the film short Deep Space. This is a film and animation project created using Adobe After Effects taking the viewers on a conceptual journey through the solar ...
  • Collins, Erin (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021-04-07)
    This project discusses the impact prison education has on the rate of recidivism. The goal of the criminal justice system is explored and how recidivism is affected based on the programs implemented in the system. ...
  • Bowie, Emma (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021-04-07)
    We introduce you to Manuel from Spain and he has a certain perspective when it comes to his own countries dropout rates. Here we will take you through the Design Thinking and Liberatory Design Process to help solve Manuel's ...
  • Botella, Beatriz Lorenzo; Bowie, Emma; Cummings, Katelyn; Sacanell, Gema; Petrillo, Megan (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021-04-07)
    Spain school dropout rate is bad, but... really how bad? why is it happening? and how we're going to help our audience become more culturally responsive teachers. (Author abstract)
  • Hardiman, Nicole; O'Connor, Meghan; Carlson, Jenna; Magee, Noelle (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021-04-07)
    Studying children's humor development can be a window into children's social and cognitive development. According to McGhee (1974, 1976), both children and adults find jokes maximally funny when they are cognitively ...
  • Richards, Matthew (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021-04-07)
    This mathematics research project will probe into the game Instant Insanity, a classic puzzle which involves stacking four cubes whose faces are covered in four colors. This research will attempt to answer four questions: ...
  • Knox, Nora (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021-04-07)
    Studies have found that there is a high prevalence of trauma and a lack of parental attachment in those with antisocial behavior. This study aims to reflect these findings using the Adverse Childhood Events Questionnaire ...
  • Blaikie, Courtney (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021-04-07)
  • Brau, Julia M. (2021-04-07)
    Several models of sustained attention have been used to explain declines in performance related to motivation and mind-wandering. Specifically, the opportunity cost theory predicts that changes in motivation may insulate ...
  • Schroeder, Tyler (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021-04-07)
    Designing an efficient and sustainable livestock and crop system (Author abstract).
  • Torres, Fernando (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021-04-09)
    This is part 1 of a multiyear study to understand gender disruption in societal institutions and its relevance in the video game industry. In order to explore this topic, the study will utilize a literature review of the ...
  • Marendes, John; Brau, Julia M. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021-04-07)
    Social media use has increased significantly in recent years, underscoring the need to consider reactions to politically charged images in this context. Further, research has shown that people with high anxiety tend to ...
  • Cooper, Angela (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021-04-07)
    This project studies the process the New Hampshire State Lottery must go through when creating a particular type of crossword scratch ticket. For this scratch ticket, the player uncovers a letter bank, and scratches the ...
  • Song, Yuhui; O'Grady, Liam (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021-04-07)
    Are New Hampshire amphibians affected by Chytrid fungus? Chytrid fungus, is a fungus that can cause Chytridiomycosis amongst amphibians. This amphibian disease has devastated several amphibian populations in Central and ...