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126 Egan, DerekCoordinating humanitarian operationsHumanitarian operations are critical for saving human life and mitigating financial damages. Natural disasters cause a large demand for humanitarian relief within the United States of America, and create a need for coordination between and within governmental and non-governmental organizations in or...Humanitarian assistance - United States; Disaster relief - United States; Emergency management - United States2014-05
127 Alder, IsabellaCreating community: Facilitating an engaged resettlement process for refugee status families in the Salt Lake Valley to promote greater self-relianceThere are approximately 12 million refugees in the world today and roughly 50,000 of these individuals have resettled to the Salt Lake Valley. Upon their arrival to Utah, families with refugee status are paired with one of a small number of organizations to assist them in the process of resettlemen...Refugees -- Utah -- Salt Lake Valley Resettlement2014-05
128 Redman, SimonCritical RerouteDue to network failure, underprovisioning, or temporary unanticipated increases in traffic, networks may become overloaded. In such situations, it may be desirable to prioritize some traffic flows over others, such as for public safety applications or priority customers. Solutions such as priority q...2018
129 Gibbons, Michael E.CuO-SiO2 Particle Development and Experimental Apparatus for Chemical Looping with Oxygen Uncoupling (CLOU)Chemical looping combustion (CLC) is a clean coal technology. It allows a nearly pure CO2 exhaust from a carbon based fuel burning power plant, which allows for more cost effective carbon sequestration. Chemical Looping with Oxygen Uncoupling (CLOU) is a subset of CLC that specialized in the transfe...2018
130 Ventura, Glenda A. PalominoCultrally Sustaining Pedagogy : Educators' Pedagogical Support for Elementary Undocumented/Mixed Status StudentsEducators should be informed and adapt their practice to meet the needs of the growing diversity in their classrooms; specifically when it comes to working with undocumented students and students in mixed-status families. This study examines the current educational research trends that emphasize the...culturally sustaining pedagogy; teacher education; school climate; immigration; undocumented students2018
131 Nazarenko, ElenaCurrent and future financial wellbeing of old age Russian pensionersThis paper compares pensioners' income with cost of living and subsistence minimum level to gauge financial wellbeing of pensioners. Using data from Russia Longitudinal Monitoring survey (RLMS-HSE), I formally test whether pensioners' income covers the cost of living across five regions: Moscow, Sai...Old age pensions -- Russia; Retirees -- Russia -- Economic conditions2015-03
132 Kent, AlexandraDNA split aptamers as a biosensing platform for the detection of small drug moleculesPrescription drug overdose and abuse is a leading cause of death in the United States. It is a serious issue and has become increasingly problematic as opioids are being prescribed with a higher frequency. For this reason, fast, accurate detection of small drug molecules is crucial. The current stan...Drug testing; Biosensors; DNA split aptamers
133 Memmott, Magdalen GraceDRM & driving: Creation of false memories under cognitive workloadNot only are humans unable to recall things that actually occur, they may also recall information that did not occur. Such findings contribute to the pervasive hypothesis that people are not more productive by combining tasks, instead such productivity is an illusion. It was hypothesized that when m...False memory syndrome2015-04
134 Sammann, SuzyDandelions among the wheat: A novelMy Honors Creative Thesis is a manuscript of a novel I completed in Professor Gills Honors Novel Writing Workshop. Dandelions Among the Wheat is 74,782 words, 239 pages. It addresses the complex issues of alcoholism and abuse in families through humor and heartfelt truth, offering raw and relatable ...American fiction -- 21st century2015-04
135 Falvo, JamieDecomposition of ethnic wage gap in Utah and intermountain regionHispanic workers on average earn less than white workers in both Utah and the Intermountain region. Average wage disparities in Utah and the Intermountain region are largely similar in magnitude, with various socioeconomic factors affecting these wage disparities. However, little is known about the ...Income distribution - Utah; Wages - Utah2016-04
136 Bracken, KallieDefining learning: mystifying machine learning as a powerful tool in a data-driven worldUntil recently, the driving paradigm in software engineering has been to design applications for a predefined set of tasks. This approach, however, is quickly being dwarfed by data-driven applications which are designed to use knowledge and understanding to decide how they can best fulfill use...Machine learning - Case studies; Machine learning - Study and Teaching; Machine Learning - Technique2016-04
137 Evans, Kathryn S.Defining the interaction between ETV4 and mediator subunit MED25Chromosomal rearrangements resulting in an overexpression of a subset of ETS transcription factors (ETV1, ETV4, ETV5, and ERG) are found in over 50% of prostate cancers (Tomlins et al., 2005). ERG and ETV1 have both shared and distinct gene targets, yet overexpression of ETV1 is often found to be as...Transcription factors; Prostate -- Cancer -- Genetic aspects; ETV42015-05
138 Peterson, Joseph RyanDeflagration and detonation modeling of heterogeneous condensed phase explosivesA modeling approach to the deflagration and detonation phenomena is employed to study a variety of explosive scenarios. An engineering model for macroscale reaction of energetic materials over the wide range of explosive reaction from deflagration to detonation is developed based upon solid foundati...Deflagration phenomena; Detonation phenomena; mesoscale model2012-05
139 Lim, Koun (Kasha)Deglycoyslation of glucose oxidase and its application within high power enzymatic fuel cellsTo compensate for the increase of carbon dioxide level and the energy exhaust, an enzymatic fuel cell (EFC) has been investigated by researchers. In the paper, a chemical oxidative deglycosylation of an enzyme was investigated to furture improve EFCs. By deglycosylating an enzyme, the distance betwe...Fuel cells - Research; Electric power - Research; Deglycosylation; Enzymatic fuel cell; Glucose oxidase2016-04
140 Kennedy, AshleyDesign of Optimal Carbonaceous Material from Carbon Capture for Use in Lithium-Ion BatteriesThe utilization of carbon nanofiber obtained from carbon capture as a potential anodic material in lithium-ion batteries was investigated in this project. The carbon nanofiber obtained from the carbon capture process was designed to be optimal for use in lithium-ion batteries. Its suitability as an ...2018
141 Hopkins, JacobDesign of a novel pediatric adaptive skiing systemAdaptive sports and recreational rehabilitation provide patients with experiences that cannot be achieved in a hospital or clinic. Of the many forms of adaptive equipment designed for children, only a few adaptive skiing systems are available and none are specifically designed for convenient adjusta...Skiing for people with disabilities - Research; Adaptive skiing technology; Adaptive sports; recreational rehabilitation2016-05
142 Matheson, KristofferDesign of a novel x-ray CT in situ experiment for imaging 3D deformation of aluminum foam materialsOpen-cell metallic foams show excellent potential for lightweight load-bearing structural applications, electrodes in energy-storage devices, biomedical implants, and heat exchangers, to name a few. A key aspect in efficient and streamlined deployment of aluminum foams for these applications lie...Foamed materials - Testing; Tomography - Research; Lightweight materials - Research; X-ray computed tomography; Aluminum foam materials; Load frame2016-04
143 Baker, JustinDesigned Swarming Behavior Using Optimal Transportation NewworksModels of swarming behavior aid in disaster planning, direct the actions of ware- house robots, and can map the foraging characteristics of insects. These mod- els use the optimal behavior of individual agents to determine the behavior of the larger population. Optimal transportation is one such mod...2019
144 Keller, JacksonDesigning for Interactivity: the Camera in 3D Video Games2019
145 Gajiwala, SnehalDetermining the variability of depressive brain circuitry among healthy subjects for deep brain stimulationDeep Brain Stimulation (DBS) is being evaluated to treat Treatment-Resistant Depression, though it has shown mixed results. We believe that variability within the fiber tracts of the brain may account for these outcome differences. In this study, we attempt to characterize this potential variation....Brain stimulation - Therapeutic use - Research; Depression, Mental - Treatment - Research; Deep brain stimulation; Depressive brain circuitry; Fiber tracts; Tractography2016-05
146 Buchanan, Kathryn LeighDeveloping and Evaluating a Resilience Curriculum for Nurse Residency ProgramsPurpose: There is a nursing shortage worldwide, which is partially due to nurses leaving the workforce prematurely. This phenomenon has been particularly prevalent within emergency, critical care, and oncology. This burnout has been linked to a concept termed "compassion fatigue", where nurses' abil...2017
147 Radhakrishnan, SridharanDevelopment of Low-Cost system for Myoelectric Prosthesis ControlThe upper limb prosthetics field has advanced to where artificial hands can mimic human motions based on electrical signals emitted from muscular activation and can even open and close proportionate to the amplitude of signal they receive. However, these prostheses are very expensive, with some cost...2020
148 Gilbert, HenryDevelopment of a Power over Ethernet (POE) Airu SensorPoor air quality has been linked to both health and economic concerns, and is a growing research topic in Salt Lake City. The AQ&U program at the University of Utah strives to develop a large network of low-cost air quality sensors (AirU's) to study air pollution throughout the Salt Lake valley. Man...2020
149 Luo, ShirleyDevelopment of a bioabsorbalbe active release antimicrobial coating for orthopedic implantsOrthopedic implantations often create an opportunity for biofilm-related infections to arise. Patients infected with biofilm must often undergo additional surgeries for repair or replacement, which puts them at a greater risk of osteomyelitis, sepsis, and other complications including death [17]. T...Orthopedic implants - Research; Anti-infective agents - Research; Staphyloccoccal infections - Prevention and control - Research; Antimicrobial coating; Staphylococcus aureus2016-05
150 Sanders, SaraDevelopment of a novel, coumarin-europium sensor for reactive oxidizing speciesThe synthetic framework has been developed for two fluorescent probes of Reactive Oxidizing Species (RoxS) based on a coumarin-europium fluorescence pair. The coumarin moiety's selectivity for hydrogen peroxide coupled with 620 nm shifted emission of the europium will make these novel sensors biolog...Reactive Oxygen Species - analysis2012-05
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