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2019 CPP Student RSCA

 
 

Cal Poly Pomona Student RSCA (Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities) Conference

The summaries posted to this collection are from the 2019 Cal Poly Pomona Student RSCA (Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities) Conference on March 1, 2019. When available, presentations, papers and posters have been included.

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Office of Undergraduate Research
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Building 1, Room 110
3801 West Temple Avenue, Pomona CA 91768
Phone: 909-869-5296
Email: our-cpp@cpp.edu

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  • Gauthier, Ethan (2019-12-04)
    During the 1960s, student activism swept the United States. Students took part in the Civil Rights movement, while others protested the Vietnam War and racial injustice in the country. Universities across the United States ...
  • Tran, Michael; Yu, Long; Tessler, Josh; Hovsepian, Melinda; Cabula, Kat; Aronson, Marissa; Kaufman, Amelia; Lin, Sophia; Bradvica, Ilka (2019-12-04)
    Time's Up is a six minute piece for 10 pianists composed by Tom Flaherty, originally written for Genevieve Feiwen Lee and her students at Pomona College. This piece uses the piano both in traditional and modern ways. There ...
  • Higuera, Ana (2019-12-04)
    Chicanx authors have adopted the city in the Southern California region, in particular the urban landscapes and context in which people of Mexican origins live, which is portrayed as a theme in their recent literary work. ...
  • Ortiz, Melanie (2019-12-02)
    The famous tradition, Day of The Dead began in the pre-hispanic years and was originallycelebrated during the month of August. During the last years of the 15th century and thebeginning of the 16th, Iberian ships reached ...
  • Marler-Marshall, Casey (2019-12-02)
    What does a digital classroom look like when it is ideally designed for the needs of each student? In a society where multimedia is ubiquitous, mainstream technology has increasingly replaced historically niche adaptive ...