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  • A Dichotomy of Realities - an Analysis of Gender in STEM at the University of Wyoming 

    Contributor:Swenson, Karli
    Date:2018-12-15
    A comprehensive analysis of the lifelong experience women in STEM fields face, with a focus on childhood experiences, undergraduate education and unconscious biases of superiors. Quantitative study on the dynamics of the ...
  • Ice Nucleation Measurement and Parameterizations and the Broad Impact of Associated Ocean and Atmospheric Interactions Within the Global Climate 

    Contributor:Tucker, Kristen
    Date:2018-12-19
    Current climate models attempt to represent the frequency and characteristics of mixed-phase and ice clouds in the atmosphere. Ice crystals have the ability to scatter incoming solar radiation, which may have a net cooling ...
  • Improving Progress: A Look into the Experiences of Employees of the Growing Resilience Project 

    Contributor:Welsh, Ariella
    Date:2018
    This project addresses and assesses what it was like working at the Growing Resilience project data collection site for the permanent and temporary employees; furthermore, these findings are used to demonstrate what works ...
  • Implementing a One Health Approach to Rabies in Wyoming 

    Contributor:Walker, Elizabeth
    Date:2018-12-21
    One Health is an approach that addresses the interrelation between to animal, human, and environment health. One Health seeks to unite efforts at solving health issues by providing a more holistic approach to public health. ...
  • Twitter Sentiment and the Market 

    Contributor:Marquard, Talon
    Date:2018-12-10
    The stock market is complex, and influenced by a mixture of machines, amateur traders, professional traders, executives, and the government. By analyzing the market with a variety of methods, it is hoped to find a model ...
  • Healing Hearts Home Health: A Comprehensive Management and Marketing Plan 

    Contributor:Sedar, Juliann
    Date:2018-12-14
  • Improving Progress: A Look into the Experiences of Employees of the Growing Resilience Project 

    Contributor:Welsh, Ariella
    Date:2018-12
    This project addresses and assesses what it was like working at the Growing Resilience project data collection site for the permanent and temporary employees; furthermore, these findings are used to demonstrate what works ...
  • An Overview of Anatomy 

    Contributor:Huang, Danny;
    Date:2018
    The paper discusses the history behind the study of anatomy and how the study of anatomy can be used a foil to discuss religious, social, and cultural implications.
  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea’s Role with Cognition, Multimorbidity, and Mental Health 

    Contributor:Gray, Larissa
    Date:2018-12
    Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a sleep disorder characterized by an obstruction in the throat which halts breathing. Consequently, the person’s sleep is disrupted many times every hour, and affected individuals are at a ...
  • What Are The Implications of an Increasing Elderly Population? 

    Contributor:Wadas, Ali
    Date:2018-12-17
    The percentage of the population considered elderly is on the rise, and it is expected to keep growing as the baby boomer generation all age into the elderly category. The health care and societal implications of this ...
  • Fishing in Prehistoric Wyoming 

    Contributor:Phillips, Amy
    Date:2018
    Recorded history of human habitation in Wyoming dates back about 13,000 years. Wyoming prehistory is characterized by changes in subsistence practices as marked by changes in material culture, such as projectile points. ...
  • Women in Composition 

    Contributor:Ellbogen, Paige;
    Date:2018
    Women's success in music composition has been limited by societal perceptions that have labeled women as inferior to men physically, emotionally, and intellectually. These impressions have created barriers for women who ...
  • Navigating Virtual Spaces 

    Contributor:Milbradt, Alexa;
    Date:2018-12-18
    This study aims to understand better understand individual differences in spatial navigation performance. The researchers tested participants’ abilities using a Morris water maze, a standard design that manipulates proximal ...
  • Magic Use in Roman Sexuality 

    Contributor:Chenchar, Anne Margaret
    Date:2018-02-12
    The Roman civilization was incredibly dynamic as it grew and accepted new citizens over the years of its rule. Through the diversity of the culture Romans integrated superstition, and magic use into their society. Roman ...
  • Limiting Effect of Cytoplasmic Volume and Microtubule Dynamics, The 

    Contributor:Zumo, Jacob
    Date:2017-06-26
    Mitotic spindles play a key role in cellular division. These structures, which are composed of dynamic filaments called microtubules, are responsible for separation and segregation of chromosomes during mitosis. Spindles ...
  • Assessing the Occurrence of Microplastics in the Snake River 

    Contributor:Yeatman, Ellen
    Date:2017-06-26
    Over the past 40 years, world production of plastic resins increased 25-fold creating a global waste stream comprised of 60-80% plastics. Microplastics, plastic particles less than 5mm in size, are receiving increased ...
  • History of Women in Agriculture 

    Contributor:Hanson, Eilish
    Date:2017-06-26
    The number of women as key farming operators rose from 28 percent to nearly 60 percent from 1940 through the mid-1990s. (Blau, Ferber, & Winkler, 2014, p. 27) as men were sent to war during WWII (Adams, 1997, p.5). At the ...
  • Wireless Lighting Control System 

    Contributor:Nickell, Chris; Alley, Trevor
    Date:2017-06-26
    The use of wireless systems has become more and more mainstream as of the start of the 21st century. These products have continually decreased in price, and have seen an increase in popularity for a variety of markets. ...
  • With Wyoming in Mind: Wyoming Writes Its Own Narrative 

    Contributor:Julian, Tyler
    Date:2017-06-26
    This two-part project examines modern writing in Wyoming, from fictional narratives to poetry, as a framework for my own original poetry. By analyzing the primary source accounts left by writers, their own work, and peer ...
  • From Source to the Photosynthetic Fringe : The Downstream Geochemistry of Yellowstone National Park's Hydrothermal System 

    Contributor:Wiswell, Samuel
    Date:2017-06-26
    Hydrothermal features provide a unique and extreme environment that can act as a proxy for studying both past earth environments and similar environments of interest that exist throughout the universe today. Yellowstone ...

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