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    Graduate project
    D'Augelli, Carissa
    “Mother Outsider” is a collection of poems that explores non-conventional motherhood while also pushing against cultural assumptions of motherhood. Questioning these societal assumptions and the speaker’s own questions of herself are central to the po . . .
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    Masters Thesis
    Chase, Chrystal
    A review of literature highlights the importance of organizational culture and its relationship to organizational effectiveness. The success of an organization includes the ability to produce quality product without excessive rework or high costs for . . .
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    Project
    Covarrubias, Mariana
    Plastic waste, if not disposed of properly, has a major negative effect on the environment. According to our statistics from our survey, we concluded that students are more likely to recycle if given an incentive. As a result, we proposed that Califor . . .
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    Jimenez, Meagan
    The purpose of this project was to try to reduce the amount of shelter kittens that are euthanized due to dermatophytosis, commonly known as ringworm, through education of the general public By increasing awareness about this treatable disease we hope . . .
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    Project
    Tran, Kayla
    Pitbulls are the victims of unfair discrimination based on physical appearance and a long history of myths. As a result, pitbulls are euthanized at a much higher rate than other breeds in shelters. Our goal is to improve LA county’s perceptions of pit . . .
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    Project
    Sorensen, Reece
    This project focuses on spreading awareness about academic stress in high schoolers by educating teachers on ways they can help their students. A survey was created for high schoolers to fill out where they were asked what affects their stress and if . . .
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    Project
    Kang, Gie
    Honey bees are an important asset for our world. Their importance lies in their ability to pollinate many flowers and agricultural products. According to the article, “Can We Disrupt the Sensing of Honey Bees by the Bee Parasite Varroa destructor?”, b . . .
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    Masters Thesis
    French, Kristina Lynn
    Succession planning is a deliberate and systematic effort to ensure continuity in key personnel positions within an organization. This has been a common practice in the business sector that has not yet been widely utilized in the field of early childh . . .
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    Masters Thesis
    Birch, Dotty
    Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre is a celebrated classic, and it is often the first favorite classic among young women who identify with the heroine and indulge in her fairy-tale romance with Edward Rochester. However, as Jane Eyre is the fairy tale of th . . .
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    Masters Thesis
    Visokey, Andrew David
    This thesis incorporates, and attempts to reconcile, both sides of this debate. In doing so, it seeks to accomplish two purposes. First, it explores the possibility that The Scarlet Letter is a novel about sexual slavery for both men and women—on both . . .
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    Masters Thesis
    Salas, Christina Marie
    In many organizations the bulk of safety training provided to employees, with the exception of reoccurring “re-fresher” training occurs during initial period of their employment; most commonly through the employee orientation. The Bureau of Land Manag . . .
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    Masters Thesis
    Macias, Pamela
    California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) is one of California’s largest organizations with an important purpose-to punish individuals who break the law, and separate them from society to prevent them from committing another crime . . .
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    Project
    Borrego, Jackie
    There has been an increase in the usage of PPE amid the Coronavirus pandemic. Personal protective equipment (PPE) pollution has been increasing throughout the upcoming months with no signs of slowing down. As a group, we have observed the ways PPE is . . .
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    Project
    Gutierrez, Lizbeth
    Our project focuses on an alternative way of adopting senior dogs through fostering programs. Fostering programs have considerably lower return rates than animal shelters. These fostering programs benefit not only the senior dogs by finding them a for . . .
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    Project
    Gross, Kathleen
    Cat abundance is likely to vary based on human-ownership patterns, access to food, and veterinary care, avoidance of predators and breeding opportunities” (Flockhart, 2). “The increasing prevalence of stress, anxiety, and significant mental health . . .
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    Project
    Fernandez, Imari
    Every year the United States throws away around 80 billion pounds of food, making us the world's second largest producers of food waste. Not only do individuals throw away tons of food, but so do stores and Restaurants. A great way to reduce food wast . . .
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    Project
    Tran, Ann
    The California Green sea turtles are dying from ingesting plastic bags. We conducted a survey with students at Cal Poly Pomona on the opinions of rewards for using reusable bags. According to the responses, we concluded that students would be more wil . . .
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    Project
    Rubio, Maximiliano
    Dogs are a man’s best friend and health is a big factor in how long they live and their quality of life . Dogs are very delicate when it comes to the food selection. It is very necessary to be aware and take precautions of what goes inside your furry . . .
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    Gomez, Yosany
    How can we get every dog to be spayed and neutered at the age of sexual maturity in order to prevent overpopulation in shelters and decrease euthanizations? We conducted a survey on social media to find out what stands in the way of people fixing thei . . .
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    Rodriguez, Sky
    COVID-19 has affected our families in numerous amounts of ways. All communities have been affected financially, including those apart of Cal Poly Pomona. A community garden at CPP would be able to provide relief to those who can’t afford fresh foods. . . .