The George Washington University Undergraduate Review, Volume 1, Spring 2018 Open Access
Established in 2016, the GW Undergraduate Review (GWUR) is the premier publication of research from undergraduate students at the George Washington University. Our mission is to promote undergraduate research on GW’s campus through events, workshops, and the publication of a peer-reviewed journal. Undergraduate researchers from all academic disciplines are welcome to submit to the journal, which is staffed by editors majoring and minoring across nearly twenty departments at GW. Our organization also publishes the Colonial Scope, an online news blog with a research focus. GWUR is entirely student-run and is supported by the Office of the Vice President for Research. Contents: "Association Between Aortic Vascular Inflammation by PET/CT and Aortic Distensibility by MRI in Psoriasis" PARAG SHUKLA, AMIT DEY, AGASTYA BELUR, JACOB GROENENDYK, YOUSSEF ELNABAWI, ADITYA GOYAL, JUSTIN RODANTE, LEONARD GENOVESE, MARK AHLMAN, MARTIN PLAYFORD, AND NEHAL MEHTA, Clinical Medicine "Energy Materials Analysis for Additive Manufacturing by Selective Laser Melting" RACHEL GRAY, DEVIN JESSUP, AND SANIYA LEBLANC, Materials Science "Detection of Exoplanets Using the Transit Method" DENNIS AFANASEV, Astrophysics “'The Indian Method of Warring': Wampum, Warfare, and George Washington’s Lessons in Frontier Diplomacy During the Seven Years’ War" ANNABEL G. LABRECQUE, History "Asymmetric Campaign Advertising: Partisan Differences in 2014 Congressional Campaign Advertisements" DANIEL A. WETTER, Political Communication "Examining the 2007 Redenomination of the Ghanaian Cedi on the Disinflation Process Using the Chow Structural Break Test and VAR" RIKI MATSUMOTO, International Economics "The Role of Pension Funds in the Development of Capital Markets in Latin America" JUAN PABLO POCH, Financial Economics
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