Exemplary Undergraduate Research



This community includes papers and projects that are exemplary representations of undergraduate research conducted at Cal Poly Pomona. All of these documents have been recommended for inclusion in Bronco Scholar by a faculty member. The items are organized by the recommending faculty member's department.


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Recent Submissions

  • Margala, Sara (2019-04-11)
    Atmospheric pressure non-thermal “cold” plasma alters the surface properties of a material while leaving the bulk characteristics unchanged. This treatment has been shown to expedite the sterilization of medical equipment, ...
  • Fattal, Albert (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 2019-04-10)
    This Paper will examine the historical, scientific, technological, and economics development of the electric vehicle industry. The paper will additionally cover the environmental and natural resource issues presented by ...
  • Kao, Hsien-Te; Tang, Carissa; Jain, Anita (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 2017-05-30)
    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 ...
  • Persons, Mandi; Nguyen, Stephanie; Pham, Justin (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 2017-05-10)
    Cdc7/Dbf4 kinase triggers DNA replication in Saccharomyces cerevisiae and also plays role in the S phase checkpoint. The S phase checkpoint prevents incomplete DNA replication from proceeding to mitotic division. In ...
  • Orona, Samuel; Villarreal, Aarron (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 2016-04-22)
    For many multilingual individuals, speaking in one language for so long can lead to a ‘delayed recovery’ from suppressing their 2nd or 3rd languages. Previous research has shown that the delayed recovery leads to audible ...