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The Effects Of Gender, Engineering Identification, And Engineering Program Expectancy On Engineering Career Intentions: Applying Hierarchical Linear Modeling (HLM) In Engineering Education Research (Clute Institute, 2017-12)This study had three purposes and four hypotheses were tested. Three purposes: (1) To use hierarchical linear modeling (HLM) to investigate whether students’ perceptions of their engineering career intentions changed over ...
(Sage, 2018)In 2016, Hillary Clinton was the first woman to gain the presidential nomination from a major political party in the United States, yet she was unsuccessful. The current study explores barriers to being elected as president ...
(Virginia Tech, 2018-06-15)Recently, automatic modulation classification techniques using deep neural networks on raw IQ samples have been investigated and show promise when compared to more traditional likelihood-based or feature-based techniques. ...
Investigating Student Academic Achievement, Discipline, and Attendance Outcomes of Nutrition Education Programs Using State Longitudinal Data Systems (Virginia Tech, 2018-06-15)In 2016, 12.3% of households in the United States (U.S), or 15.6 million people, were food insecure during some part of the year. Food insecurity is more prevalent among households with children, and has been shown to have ...
(Virginia Tech, 2018-06-14)Due to increasing penetration of solar power generation, distribution grids are facing a number of challenges. Frequent reverse active power flows can result in rapid fluctuations in voltage magnitudes. However, with the ...