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    Tang, Carissa
    The United States has increased the awareness for gender fluidity through social expressions and movements. The horror community as a subspace of American society reflects the practice of gender fluidity. The horror community utilizes the diverse plat . . .
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    Klaib, Anthony
    The Ronald McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program provides undergraduate students an opportunity to work with a faculty mentor, explore and research in their discipline, while preparing for future graduate school enrollment. The program is name . . .
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    Article
    Tang, Carissa
    The United States has increased the awareness for gender fluidity through social expressions and movements. The horror community as a subspace of American society reflects the practice of gender fluidity. The horror community utilizes the diverse plat . . .
  • Work
    Journal Issue
    Klaib, Anthony
    The Ronald McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program provides undergraduate students an opportunity to work with a faculty mentor, explore and research in their discipline, while preparing for future graduate school enrollment. The program is name . . .
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    Student Research
    Kao, Hsien-Te
    We are constantly making decisions every single day, and the majority of our decisions are affected by our preferences, likes or dislikes. A decision is the internal process of determining our perspective toward an idea, and a response is the external . . .
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    Klaib, Anthony
    The Office of Undergraduate Research and Bronco Scholar at the University Library are proud to present Reach – Inspiring Creativity, Discovery, and Innovation, an online compilation of undergraduate research at Cal Poly Pomona. Reach showcases outstan . . .
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    Student Research
    Kao, Hsien-Te
    The advancement of social media has significantly increased the spread and impact of an identity or identified idea in the population. The affected population, often unconsciously, experiences physiological and psychological behavior changes. Our mind . . .