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  • Mathematics for Social Justice 

    Fisher, Elizabeth; Day, Corinne (Faculty Mentor) (Montana State University Billings, 2021-04)
    This research project shares findings from my study of Social Justice Mathematics (SJM), which is mathematics that focuses on promoting equity within the mathematics classroom, but also on empowering students to understand ...
  • "Idiots and Distracted Persons:" Shifting Views on Mental Health in Eighteenth Century Colonial America 

    Tiry, Jessica; Arendt, Emily (Montana State University Billings, 2021-04)
    With research deriving from many historians, and the help of Dr. Arendt, this project explores the eighteenth-century colonial period’s shifting views of mental health. These views during this time period were not solely ...
  • Relationship between Language Patterns and Antisocial Personality Disorder 

    Goettlich, Kiah; McMullen, Matthew (Faculty Mentor) (Montana State University Billings, 2021-04)
    Background:Presently the diagnosis of personality disorders, particularly those that are concerned with manipulative traits such as those associated with Antisocial Personality Disorder, are extremely time consuming and ...
  • Sustainability Perspectives Among Montana State University Billings Students 

    Dilley, Shaylyn; Gilbertz, Susan (Faculty Mentor) (Montana State University Billings, 2021-04)
    The Honors Inquiry and Research class at Montana State University Billings set out to conduct a survey about sustainability amongst their fellow peers. The goal of this survey was to determine the knowledge and efficacy ...
  • A Crisis Like Never Before: The Economic and Ideological Divide of the Colonists and Britain, 1763-1769 

    Tecca, Lauryn; Arendt, Emily (Faculty Mentor) (Montana State University Billings, 2021-04)
    This research seeks to prove that the debt crisis in Britain following the Seven Years’ War manifested itself as an economic and ideological crisis for colonial America. It seeks to examine the shockwaves that follow the ...

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