TRiO - Vol. 2, no.1 2016

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  • Young, Jarvis (Office of Minority Student Affairs, 2016)
    By analyzing the works of Ottobah Cugoano’s Thoughts and Sentiments and David Walker’s Appeal, I argue that a particular literary self appears contextually in the form of a political agitator which represents black ...

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  • Velarde, Gabriel (Office of Minority Student Affairs, 2016)
    Silicones currently remain as a relatively new polymer material class that has surpassed numerous benchmarks in regards to functionality, applicability, and finally, costs. This paper aims to provide a comprehensive ...

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  • Vargas, Jasmine Patron (Office of Minority Student Affairs, 2016)
    Research indicates that mentoring has a positive impact on one’s career and educational trajectory and is noted as one of the most critical resources for academic success. Specifically, mentoring has been shown to be ...

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  • Stevens, Diamond (Office of Minority Student Affairs, 2016)
    Developing tissue engineering implants to treat severe bone injuries requires studies using large animal model systems, such as swine, before human clinical trials can be considered. Use of large animals for bone tissue ...

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  • Romero, Ariana (Office of Minority Student Affairs, 2016)
    Tinnitus is a hearing disorder that causes the sensation of noises to be heard when there is no source generating it (“ringing in the ears”). Many people that experience tinnitus become depressed or anxious and are left ...

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