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    • Wayfair: Establishing an Economic Nexus Standard for the 21st Century 

      Hebert, Daniel J. (2020-04-20)
      In this article, Hebert discusses state and local tax jurisprudence before South Dakota v. Wayfair, the effects of Wayfair on economic actors and states, and recommendations regarding post-Wayfair state legislation.
    • Modeling of Motorcycle Suspension 

      Papagianis, Ari; Johnson, Ashleigh; Dziubek, Andrea, Advisor (2020 Student Project Showcase, SUNY Polytechnic Institute, 2020-04)
      This project dives into the workings of suspension geometry on a motorcycle. The modeling can easily be modifies to model a car, ATV, or any kind of vehicle utilizing a spring dampener system. The project focuses on the ...
    • Development of Imaging Probes for Fracture Healing Response 

      Wah, Sa Lay; McCarthy, Jason, Advisor (2020 Student Project Showcase, SUNY Polytechnic Institute, 2020-04)
      The five primary problems created by bone fractures are bleeding, infection, disproportionate strains, vascular discontinuity, and inability to bear weight. The body goes into the acute phase response (APR) in order to ...
    • Employment Crisis 

      Kolwaite, Ryan; Berardino, Lisa, Advisor (2020 Student Project Showcase, SUNY Polytechnic Institute, 2020-04)
      My presentation consists of a sit-down interview with a local car dealership manager during this troubling time in history. I questioned the manager about problems that have occurred due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but also ...
    • Damped Motion of a charged Particle in Time-varying Electromagnetic Fields 

      Miller, Jonathon; Fariborz, Amir, Advisor (2020 Student Project Showcase, SUNY Polytechnic Institute, 2020-04)
      In this project, we study the general 3D mechanics of point charges moving under specific electric and magnetic fields. First, we consider the motion in the absence of any damping forces. In this category, we break down ...
    • Human Resources Interview Project 

      Sinisgalli, Carla; Berardino, Lisa, Advisor (2020 Student Project Showcase, SUNY Polytechnic Institute, 2020-04)
      This presentation reports and reflects on an interview I conducted with a Human Resources Director at a local agency. It highlights the strengths and weaknesses of the department as well as recommendations I made based on ...
    • 3D Non-Isotropic Oscillations 

      Bloom, Jonathan; Fariborz, Amir, Advisor (2020 Student Project Showcase, SUNY Polytechnic Institute, 2020-04)
      We study the paths of motion of harmonic oscillators on three dimensional space. The general description of this motion is well studied and presented in upper division mechanics textbooks and it is well-known that the so ...
    • Productivity and Effectiveness of Working from Home 

      Baker, Katie; Berardino, Lisa, Advisor (2020 Student Project Showcase, SUNY Polytechnic Institute, 2020-04)
      Human Resource Management is recently taking a global shift in transitioning office workers into practicing work from home procedures. With the recent outbreak and rapid spread of COVID-19 in early 2020 innovations in ...
    • HR Management Interview Report and Presentation 

      Alvarado, Deanna (2020 Student Project Showcase, SUNY Polytechnic Institute, 2020-04)
      I am presenting my Human Resource Interview Project to the student showcase submitted for my Human Resource Management class. The assignment was to ask a manager what are some of the human resource issues that they and ...
    • Human Resources: Problems and Solutions 

      Scheve, Andrew (2020 Student Project Showcase, SUNY Polytechnic Institute, 2020-04)
      An interview-based report in which a financial institution branch manager responds to questions regarding Human Resources issues they face in their role. Interview questions and answers are followed with my personal ...
    • Building an Educational Website Dedicated to the Study of Violent Crime Perpetuated Through Social Media 

      Maloney, Kristen; Lizardi, Ryan; First Reader; Jofre, Ana; Second Reader (2019-04)
      Computing technology has taken over every aspect of life, from business to socializing, the world is entirely dependent on the Internet. Social engineering, hacking, and phishing attempts have made protecting private ...
    • Using Video Tutorials to Aid Coherence of Failed or Unchangeable Designs 

      Griggs, Danielle; Stam, Kathryn; Thesis Advisor; Lizardi, Ryan; Second Reader (2019-05)
      Information design exists to convey information to users. When users have trouble understanding or using the information, the design has failed its primary purpose (Katz 17). When a design has failed and cannot be ...
    • Validating Network Security with Predictive Analytics: A Design Guide to Bridge Stochastic Modeling into a Computationally Intelligent Dashboard 

      Galavotti, Christopher R.; Kahn, Russell; Thesis Advisor; Stam, Kathryn; Second Reader (2019-05)
      Network posture has historically relied on traditional and reactionary methods for protection. These methods most commonly consist of network segmentation, intrusion detection systems, intrusion prevention systems, and ...
    • A Genetic Algorithm for Locating Acceptable Structure Models of Systems (Reconstructability Analysis) 

      Heath, Joshua; Cavallo, Roger; Advisor; Reale, Michael; Reviewer; Sengupta, Saumendra; Reviewer (2018-05)
      The emergence of the field of General Systems Theory (GST) can be best attributed to the belief that all systems, irrespective of context, share simple, organizational principles capable of being mathematically modeled w ...
    • Enhancing Community and Creating Unity Using a Mobile Application 

      Ellis, Kayla; Stam, Kathryn; Thesis Advisor; Lizardi, Ryan; Second Reader (SUNY Polytechnic Institute, 2019-05)
      This project involves the creation of a prototype mobile application for a multi-cultural community center in Utica, NY, the Midtown Utica Community Center (MUCC). It is an inclusive multicultural and refugee-friendly space ...
    • The Synchronological Charting of The Evolution of Electronic Communications 

      Conklin, Donald; Kahn, Russell; Thesis Adviser; Stam, Kathryn; Second Reader (SUNY Polytechnic Institute, 2019-05)
      From 1850s to the present time, electronic communications have been evolving from the analog transmission of harmonics over a singular wire connected to boxes with a single hole for transmitting and receiving to texting, ...
    • Designing an Educational Game Application for Learning Receptive Fingerspelling 

      Bustos-Estefan, Jorge; Kahn, Russell; Thesis Adviser; Yucel, Ibrahim; Second Reader (SUNY Polytechnic Institute, 2019-05)
      The goal of this project is to design an educational game application to learn receptive fingerspelling. The design product is presented as a series of screenshots and diagrams in these pages and also as an online interactive ...
    • Design of an Online Technical Communication Course Using the Open SUNY Online Course Quality Rubric 

      Brierley, Sean; Stam, Kathryn; Thesis Advisor; Lizardi, Ryan; Second Reader (SUNY Polytechnic Institute, 2019-05)
      This project is a one-semester, online technical communication class for undergraduates at a four-year university. The audience includes students who are taking the class to learn about writing but who generally have majors ...
    • E-Orientation for Clinton Community College 

      Aubrey, Jessica (SUNY Polytechnic Institute, 2019-05)
      Clinton Community College has faced continued declining enrollments for the last five years, resulting in the College’s active pursuit of proven student retention mechanisms to assist with enrollment stabilization. The ...
    • Faculty Assembly Meeting Minutes May 15, 2019 

      Unknown author (2019-05-15)