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Current Volume: Volume 12 (2022)
Navigating Political Disagreement in Social Work: An Analysis of Past Literature, Ethical Guidance, and Case Examples
Saige M. Addison
Processing of Plastic Film from Potato Starch: Effect of Drying Methods
Kourtney Collier, Samantha Goins, Austin Chirgwin, and Isabelle Stanfield
Impact of Adolescent Social Isolation on Adult, Binge-Like Ethanol Consumption and Plasma Corticosterone in High-Alcohol-Preferring Mice
Non Ennarabile Textum: Allusive Ekphrasis in Francisco Javier Alegre's Alexandrias
Investigating Influences on Intercultural Sensitivity Through Undergraduate and Graduate Students’ Reflections on Identities
Daphne Fauber and Kathryn Mueller
Behavioral Alterations Following Exposure to a Mixture of Lead and Atrazine During Early Development in the Zebrafish Model System
Anusha KV Lakshmi Dharmavathi
Sport Is Not Neutral: A Comparison of Gender Inequalities in Colombian and American Women’s Basketball Leagues
Angela Lasso Jiménez
Exploring the Purdue Teacher Education Program: Focus on Diversity, Equity, and Social Justice
Agricultural Aerosols: The Impact of Farming Activity on Ice Nucleating Particles
Translanguaging Views and Practices of Indiana Dual-Language Bilingual Education Teachers
Sculpting Charge in Graphene Through Patterned Strain
Dylan J. Balter and Jenna Smith
Ethics in Engineering Education: Is ABET Enough?
The Design and Manufacturing of an Environmental Chamber to Test Microelectronic Devices
William Graber and Aniket Roy Chowdhury
Redefining Research in Nanotechnology Simulations: A New Approach to Data Caching and Analysis
Darin Tsai, Alan Zhang, and Aloysius Rebeiro
Exploring the Connections Between Students’ Social Justice and Mathematics Understandings
Developmental Behavioral Alterations Following Lead (Pb) Exposure in the Zebrafish Model System
Investigating the Role of the Hedgehog Pathway in Connection to Atrazine Endocrine Disruption
Anusha KV Lakshmi Dharmavathi
Assessing Availability and Effectiveness of Pharmacy Spanish Interpreter Services: A Systematic Review
Ma. Emmanuelle R. Domingo
Comparison of College Students’ Perspectives of E-cigarette Use and Major of Study
The Effect of Fatty Acid Synthase (FASN) Depletion in Pulmonary Metastatic Formation in Breast Cancer Murine Models
Modeling SCN2A Deficiency in Mice
Polarimetric Radar and VHF Lightning Observations in a Significantly Tornadic Supercell
Applying the Byronic Model to the International Volunteers of the Spanish Nationalists (1936–1939)
Global Governance Agenda-Setting on Big Tech
Out of the Box
Aerospace and Defense the Financial Impact of Covid-19 on the Rolls-Royce Supply Chain
Interview: Cody Mullen
Interview: Danny Milisavljevic and Jack Reynolds
Cover Image Research Summary
Opeyemi Oduniyi (courtesy of Purdue University/John Underwood; design by Chris Brannan).