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  • The Impact of Supply-Side Abortion Regulation Policies in Texas 

    Schlosser, Andrea (2016-12-05)
    Although the United States formally legalized abortion in January 1973, abortion regulation and policy has continued to be a center point of political and ethical controversy. This is due largely to the power given to ...
  • Double Bind: Women of Color in Business Leadership 

    Dean, Teresa (2016-12-05)
    This paper argues that women of color are underrepresented in business leadership because of the unique and shifting standards by which they are evaluated. I seek to explain the relative lack of minority women in business ...
  • Ithaka S+R Religious Studies Project: Report of Interviews of Religion Faculty at Baylor University 

    Bales, John; Robinson, John (2016-11-01)
    This report summarizes Baylor University’s part in the Ithaka S+R Religious Studies Project. Ithaka S+R created the Religious Studies Project in order to examine the impact in Religious Studies of shifting research ...
  • Multipole Expansions of Aggregate Charge: How Far to Go? 

    Matthews, Lorin; Coleman, Douglas A.; Hyde, Truell W. (IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 2016-04)
    Aggregates immersed in a plasma or radiative environment will have charge distributed over their extended surface. Previous studies have modeled the aggregate charge using the monopole and dipole terms of a multipole ...
  • Coagulation in the Vicinity of a Gap-Opening Jupiter-Mass Planet 

    Carballido, Augusto (Astrophysical Journal, 2016-06)
    We analyze the coagulation of dust in and around a gap opened by a Jupiter-mass planet. To this end, we carry out a high-resolution magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) simulation of the gap environment, which is turbulent due to the ...

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