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    • Faculty Senate Newsletter: The Tea with Dr. T (March 2024)

      Curry-McCoy, Tiana (Augusta University, 2024-03)
    • URFA 2024 Special Issue

      Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship (Augusta University, 2024-04)
      Program of the 2024 Undergraduate Research and Fine Arts Conference
    • Healthy Georgia: Our state of public health 2022

      Institute of Public and Preventive Health (Institute of Public and Preventive Health, 2022)
    • Healthy Georgia: Our state of public health (Update, January 2023)

      Institute of Public and Preventive Health (Institute of Public and Preventive Health, 2023-01)
    • Healthy Georgia: Our state of public health (Update, January 2024)

      Institute of Public and Preventive Health (Institute of Public and Preventive Health, 2024-01)
    • Faculty Senate Newsletter: The Tea with Dr. T (February 2024)

      Curry-McCoy, Tiana (Augusta University, 2024-02)
    • Why Battered Women Stay: Women's Experiences with the Criminal Justice System in Augusta-Richmond County, Georgia

      Crawford, Cynthia A.; Augusta State University Honors Thesis; Augusta State University Honors Thesis (Augusta University, 2005-05-09)
      Past research has revealed that women are more likely to be raped, physically assaulted, or murdered by their intimate partners than by strangers. Battered women who attempt to prosecute their abusers often find that the criminal justice system considers domestic violence a low priority. As a result, most abusers are not likely to be arrested or prosecuted. In this study the author will examine women's experiences with the criminal justice system in Augusta, Georgia. The primary goal of the study is to come to a better understanding of the role the criminal justice system may play in women's decision to remain in abusive relationships. The issues to be examined in this study will include battered women's perception of the following: 1) the attitudes of police officers responding to domestic violence calls, and 2) the criminal justice system's response to women's requests for restraining orders.
    • The Nonlinear Dynamics of CUC12/A1 in Nitric Acid Solution: Chloride Ion Concentration

      Price, Ryan Jarratt; Augusta State University Honors Thesis; Augusta State University Honors Thesis (Augusta University, 2005-02-16)
      The Purex (Plutonium/Uranium Extraction) process employs environmentally hazardous mercury salts and organic solvents to separate plutonium and uranium from fission products. During this dissolution process, observations showed that the system was effectively dependent on the available mercury. After further investigation, the Purex process was found to be fundamentally electrochemical—that is, electron transfer from one chemical species to another occurs. Similar electrochemical behavior is observed when solid aluminum (Al) is placed in a solution of solid copper(II) chloride (CUCI2) and 3.0 M nitric acid (HN03). In addition, dissolution of aluminum occurs in the CUC12/HN03 solution. These characteristics are of interest because this new system behaves similarly to the current Purex process, and it potentially represents an environmentally-friendly method of plutonium/uranium extraction from nuclear waste materials. The primary goal of this project is to investigate the oscillatory nature of the CUC12/A1 system in hopes of obtaining a critical mass of data suitable to complete a full physical study of this system, with the final goal of finding an environmentally-suitable alternative to the current Purex process. In this paper, the electrochemical oscillations are monitored as a function of chloride concentration. My research resulted in discovering a qualitative relationship between the voltage (amplitude), frequency, and consistency of these oscillations with the amount of chloride ion (CP) present. This research also further verified the chloride ion's importance in the electrochemical process as well as that of mass transport.
    • Characteristics of Referrals to a Southeastern Cancer Center’s Embedded Psycho-Oncology Service

      McKelvey, Elise R.; Shanks, M.; Casanova, Tracy; Bigham, Lauren E.; Georgia Cancer Center (2024)
      Conference Presentation for 2024 Society of Behavioral Medicine
    • Advocating for Policy Change: A beginner's guide

      McKelvey, Elise; Georgia Cancer Center (2024-02-14)
    • Plos One Transient Plasma Membrane Disruption Induced Calcium Waves in Mouse and Human Corneal Epithelial Cells - Figure Data Files

      Zhong, Chen; Lu, Xiaowen; Watsky, Mitchell; Department of Cellular Biology and Anatomy
      Data Files for figures 2-6 in manuscript titled "Transient Plasma Membrane Disruption Induced Calcium Waves in Mouse and Human Corneal Epithelial Cells" published in PLOS ONE.
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