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    • Discover Wellness: A Virtual Worksite Wellness Program Promotes Healthy Behaviors in Employees

      Anna Nicotra; Brooke Terry; Britney Nicholson; Jodi Dowthwaite; Elizabeth Keida (2023)
      Discover Wellness is a worksite health intervention program that provides employees with the opportunity to learn and put health and wellness strategies into practice in their daily lives.
    • Predicting the Risk of Getting a Stroke Using a Machine Learning Tool

      Mark Agyapong (2023)
      Stroke has caused a significant number of deaths and chronic illnesses, resulting in substantial government spending. This project aims to determine the risk factors associated with stroke using Machine Learning algorithms such as Support Vector Machine, Decision Tree, Naive Bayes, and Linear Regression to identify the attributes that have the strongest and weakest connection with stroke.
    • PronouncePerfect

      Arthur Oakley; Jolanda Tromp (2023)
      PronouncePerfect is a proposed mixed reality application that seeks to serve as a tool for language learners. The application focuses on familiarizing language learners with the sounds inherent within a given language. Currently, PronouncePerfect offers solely Italian language support. In future iterations, the program will ideally serve to educate learners of a multitude of languages such as English, Spanish, French, German, and more.
    • Testing effects of glycocalyx inhibition by mannose on cell adhesion and mechanosensation of Dictyostelium discoideum.

      Juziyana Fortuna; Yulia Artemenko (2023)
      Social amoeba Dictyostelium discoideum is used as a model organism to understand the role of adhesion in directed molility guided by shear flow. This study will address whether inhibition of the cell’s sugar coating (glycocalyx) by competition with mannose affects its ability to adhere and sense mechanical cues.
    • The Roles of Gender and Individual Differences in Predicting Sexual Interest Perception Among Heterosexual Adults

      Lindsay Ruckel; Zachary Palmo (2023)
      The current study examined the degree to which individual differences in attachment orientations, rejection-sensitivity, sexual narcissism, and sociosexual orientation predict sexual interest perception among a sample of heterosexual adults. Gender was also examined, as previous research has indicated a gender difference. Results, theoretical, and practical implications are discussed.
    • Facilitating Flow: The Design and Fabrication of a Flow Cell for a DIY Flow Cytometer

      Amanda R. Streeter; David A. Dunn (2023)
      Flow cytometry analyzes cells in solution, quantifying characteristics based on the light scatter produced when a laser intercepts the cell. The chamber through which cells flow (flow cell) impacts data quality. Here, strategies for development of an inexpensive alternative to the standard quartz flow cell are investigated.
    • The Lives Worth Seeing: How does art representing Non-White races or cultures inform White students’ perspective of other cultural identities?

      Infiniti Robinson; Emily Estrada (2023)
      The art from non-white culture groups has the potential to educate the racial majority about their contributions and histories. Through investigating the literature of non-white art educators, artists and interviewing students, I intend to reach and optimize the understanding of cultural arts impact on white students at SUNY Oswego.
    • Improving Reaction Conditions for the Production of a Degradable Polyester

      Elisabeth Lupp; Nathaniel Bahr; Matthew Baker (2023)
      Plastic waste is a growing global concern. To remedy this issue, plastics should be produced from renewable resources and have the ability to degrade in the environment. This presentation focuses on the creation of an environmentally friendly plastic that is derived from biomass and has photo-degradation capabilities.