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  • Margaret R Mason (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    This presentation summarizes participatory action research conducted during July of 2016 in partnership with the Rwandan non-government organization Health Development Initiative (HDI). The purpose of the study was to ...
  • Rachel L Lamica; Gavin Bourbon; Keelin Lane (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    After I traveled to Rwanda to gather information about the location, and culture, Gavin Bourbon, Keelin Lane, and I, Rachel Lamica created a 3-D model and boards to present a design of a Peace Center for Never Again Rwanda. ...
  • Danielle Scadova; Robert Graham (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    Our panel will examine the role of Western governments in creating the conditions which gave rise to the current Israeli-Palestinian conflict as revealed in historical documents and events from World War I through World ...
  • Rachel Blazich (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    Perceived Burnout in Undergraduate Athletic Training Students in New HampshireThe purpose of this study is to determine if there is a correlation between number of clinical hours and perceived level of burnout for athletic ...
  • Charles Stoll; Hannah Elliott; Jason Cyr (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    This research involved a study of sustainability initiatives employed by Keene State College and throughout the City of Keene. Interviews of college employees and city officials were conducted to ascertain what initiatives ...
  • Katherine R Marinoff (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    The Chokwe people of central and southern Africa create designs in sand called sona drawings. In a typical mathematical manner, we ask whether these drawings can be created without lifting a finger from the sand. However, ...
  • Emily Matheiu; Chandler Wishart; Kerri Sears; Daniel McAuliffe (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    In response to the common interest in what exactly happened at the Pumpkinfest Riots and why, these collaborations answer many questions people may still have and offer insight into how these uprisings could be avoided. ...
  • Skyler Bourque (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    A flow experience is categorized as a state of effortless attention, where a mindset of complete concentration becomes so focused that it leads to total absorption of an activity (Csikszentmi halyi, 1997). Maslow (1959) ...
  • Michelle Green; Alexandra Abbate; Sandra Kayira; Isabelle Rose (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    Planned Parenthood has been at the center of the controversy regarding whether or not it is society?s moral obligation to fund such services as abortion, STD/HIV testing, birth control and other women?s health services. ...
  • Kayla D Magan; Tanner Semmelrock; Katherine Marren; Dylan Renner (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    Living in Poland and studying at Jagiellonian University were among the greatest educational experiences of our collective lives. Krakow was a perfect intellectual hub, allowing easy and inexpensive travel to key historical ...
  • Andrew Markoski (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    Although scholars have focused on the legislative goals of the Tea Party Caucus in Congress, no study examines whether Tea Party members operate predominantly as policy seekers or as electorally driven vote maximizers. ...
  • Jewel L Bean (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    This paper seeks to understand how contemporary Poles address the various roles their ancestors played during the Holocaust, and how that past trauma has affected their collective memory. Through analysis of written ...
  • Rachel Norton (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    This study was designed to ascertain if there is a relationship between online social networking and political participation. Existing research indicates that frequent users of online social networking are more involved ...
  • Nicole Provensal; Steven Rogers (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    The dual purposes of our study are to document the use of a developed landscape during winter by wildlife, particularly mid-sized mammalian predators, and to inform decisions about land development and habitat preservation ...
  • Megan Beaudry (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) represent one of the most common and most expensive occupational health problems in the United States. They are injuries and disorders of the musculoskeletal system (i.e. muscles, tendons, ...
  • Connor P Bell; Erin Rose Conti; Brad Donovan (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    This project is an architectural design work for a proposed Primary School in Bucundura Uganda. The project brings awareness of the education issues for young children in Central Africa.The finished design was created by ...
  • Brittany Junkins; Allison Nicole Sonia; Austen Leone; Rachel Lally; Chelsea Deroehn; Robert Tocci (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    This panel seeks to provide the audience with knowledge pertaining to the process of conducting human subject research through the Honors Psychology degree program. The Honors Psychology option gives students the opportunity ...
  • Andy Marion (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    This interdisciplinary paper focuses on how our heteronormative society has shaped our ideas of, and relationships with, nature. Queer people are often driven to nature as a way to escape homophobia, transphobia and ...
  • Sarah Croitoru (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    This research proposes policy changes for sexuality and relationship education in the United States. Whether or not sexuality and relationship education should be included in middle and high school curricula, and what ...
  • Nicole Fiorey (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    Why are American women having fewer children? There are two arguments in the literature. Firstly, with social security in place, there is less reliance upon grown children to support their elderly parents. Further, rising ...

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