Recent Submissions

  • Evaluation of Refugee Interpreters' Wellbeing 

    Pindell, Ashelyn (2019-05)
    A CIPA Capstone student examined the trauma exposure of refugee interpreters in mental health services. A literature review established the negative mental health effects associated with working as a mental health interpreter ...
  • The Effect of Wildfires on Air Quality and Public Health 

    Pan, Aileen; Solongo, Tulga; Xu, Haofeng (2019-05)
    In consultation with the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), a CIPA Capstone team conducted research on the air quality and public health effects of wildfires. They found a positive association between wildfire ...
  • Implementation and Evaluation Plan for APECO School Garden Program 

    Palumbo, Katelyn; Parsons, Julie (2019-05)
    A CIPA Capstone student team worked with the Agricultural Association of Growers and Exporters of the Copiapo Valley in Chile (APECO) this semester to design an implementation plan and an evaluation plan for their school ...
  • Phase III Connecting Communities through Reintegration: Agricultural Vocational Opportunities in Lira, Uganda 

    Chen, Clifford; Reeves, Katharine; Tezuka, Yasuyuki (2017-05-20)
    The Global Livingston Institute (GLI) works to cultivate a more global understanding of poverty in order to foster healthier communities, basing its work in Uganda. Building on the research of previous Capstone teams, ...
  • Commodities Market Development Project for Astana International Financial Centre: Copper, Natural gas, Wheat 

    Abitbekov, Aibolat; Poma Canazaca, Lourdes Sabina; Chen, Suli (2017-05)
    The Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC) Authority works to promote the non-banking financial sector in Kazakhstan and the Eurasian region and plans to establish a regional commodities exchange. This paper contains ...

    Dikoume, Elke-Esmeralda, Assem, Issa, & Calvin I. Ungarsynova, Kudabekov, & Okwuego (2016-05)
    In 2014, there were approximately 4.5 million international college and university-level students in the world. The number of international students in the U.S. has declined from 28% in 2000 to 22% in 2014. The majority ...


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