This page contains the open access scholarship of the faculty of Spelman College. Open access is the ability to distribute and access scholarly research without restriction.

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Submissions from 2017

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A Century of Mathematical Excellence at Spelman College, Colm Mulcahy
Department of Mathematics

Submissions from 2015

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Leaders Needed: Experimental Evidence from Rural Producer Organizations in Senegal, Tanguy Bernard, Ligane Sene, Fleur Wouterse, and Angelino Viceisza
Department of Economics

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Three Risk-elicitation Methods in the Field: Evidence from Rural Senegal, Gary Charness and Angelino Viceisza
Department of Economics

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Using Network Clustering to Predict Copy Number Variations Associated with Health Disparities, Yi Jiang, Hong Qin, and Li Yang
Department of Biology

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The Veiled Woman Makeover, Pushpa Parekh
Department of English

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Understanding the Difficulties African-American Middle School Girls Face While Enacting Computational Algorithmic Thinking in the Context of Game Design, Jakita O. Thomas, O. Carlette Odemwingie, Quimeka Saunders, and Malika Watlerd
Department of Computer & Information Science

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MTOTO: Supporting Greater Access to Pre-and Post-Natal Care for Women Living in Rural Developing Economies, Jakita O. Thomas and Yolanda Rankinb
Department of Computer & Information Science

Submissions from 2014

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Aphid Facultative Symbionts Reduce Survival of the Predatory Lady Beetle Hippodamia convergens, Kelly Costopolous, Jennifer L. Kovacs, Alexandra Kamins, and Nicole M. Gerardo
Department of Biology

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Realigning the Crooked Room: Spelman Claims a Space for African American Women in STEM, Kimberly M. Jackson and Leyte L. Winfield
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

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RNA-Seq Analysis of the Effect of Kanamycin and the ABC Transporter AtWBC19 on Arabidopsis thaliana Seedlings Reveals Changes in Metal Content, Ayalew Mentaweb, Kinnari Matheson, Morayo Adebiyi, Shanice Robinson, and Brianna Elston
Department of Biology

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LLW-3-6 and Celecoxib Impacts Growth in Prostate Cancer Cells and Subcellular Localization of COX-2, Tokunbo Yerokun and Leyte L. Winfield
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Department of Biology

Submissions from 2013

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Cysteine (C)-X-C Receptor 4 Undergoes Transportin 1-Dependent Nuclear Localization and Remains Functional at the Nucleus of Metastatic Prostate Cancer Cells, Ayesha S. Don-Salu-Hewage, Siu Yuen Chan, Kathleen M. McAndrews, Mahandranauth A. Chetram, Michelle R. Dawson, Danaya A. Bethea, and Cimona V. Hinton
Department of Biology

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Contrasting Evolutionary Patterns of Spore Coat Proteins in Two Bacillus Species Groups are Linked to a Difference in Cellular Structure, Hong Qin and Adam Driks
Department of Biology