The Capstone research project represents one of the most significant portions of the Policy Studies curriculum. The annual Graduate Research Conference is an opportunity for graduating students to present their work.
Friday, May 12, 2017
University of Washington Bothell
North Creek Events Center
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Panel 1: Social Welfare, Economic Justice, and Criminal Justice
Moderator: Shauna Carlisle
Washington State's Tip Pooling Practices and their Effect on the Quality of Life for Back of the House Restaurant Employees
Civic Community: Online Communities of Practice in Parkland
2015 Indeterminate Sentence Review Board (ISRB) Release Decisions
Panel 2: Environment and Health
Moderator: Bruce Kochis
Turning up the Heat: Urban Heat Islands in Snohomish County
Finding a Better Stove: Cookstove Program Development in “Last Mile” Villages in Guatemala
Michelle R Jacobson
Oil Spills and Corexit: Is there an ongoing effect on the cultural and mental health of Louisiana residents following the BP oil spill?
Panel 3: Environmental Management
Moderator: Tate Twinam
Smoothing the Time Path of Landings: A Statistical Analysis of U.S. Catch Share Programs
Isaias R. Nieto
The Effects of Sports Fishing Regulations on Seabirds along the Coast of Washington State
Addressing the English Holly Invasion in Western Washington
Panel 4: Education and Workforce Development
Moderator: Dan Jacoby
The development of private education, and case study of Ningbo Foreign Language School: A public school run as private school.
Sector Development within Snohomish County
Closing Remarks and Reception
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