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    Head Start on Math

    Math professor Alvaro Arias and alum Aditya Nagrath teamed up to create Elephant Learning, a downloadable app designed to engage students aged 2-8 and help give them a crucial early foundation in math skills.

    Learn More at 9NEWS

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    Analyzing Protests

    International studies professor Erica Chenoweth has tallied information on thousands of protests that have occurred since the presidential inauguration, analyzing them for the number of participants, location and presence of arrest or injury.

    Learn More at The Washington Post

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    Brain Changes During Pregnancy

    Pilyoung Kim, assistant professor of developmental psychology, found several regions of women’s brains increase in size after giving birth. Kim also investigates the significant changes that maternal brains undergo throughout pregnancy.

    Learn More at The New York Times

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The Inevitable Party

Seth Masket, the chair of our political science department, studies attempted reforms of political parties and why such attempts typically fail. In November 2016, a columnist from The Denver Post featured his work in a discussion of Colorado election law improvements.

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