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Project 3 (2015)

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Lauren Archambeault – Close to Home, Everywhere
This project explores intimate partner violence through the lens of female homicide victims in 2012, based on data from the National Violent Death Reporting System.

Anna Brill – Dangerous Droughts
This project explores and visualizes the impact droughts have on the production and availability of food in the United States.

Jessie Mao – The States of Sexual Education

This is a data visuzliation project meant to explore the relationships between the sexual education policies by state and sexual health statistics amongst youth in those states.

Katie Zhang – Appetite For Change

This project explores the issue of global warming through the representing the relationship between apple-taste and the temperature during the maturation period. Also, how the change of appetite affect our life are shown in this visualization.

Bianca Ladipo – Forgotten Youth

Looking at how the closing of public school in Chicago puts children at risk of having to cross gang territories on their morning commute.

Debbie Ly – Weight of Healthcare

The project explores the cost of health care for the average age person making the average income in his/her respective cities and creates an experience of the burden of the cost of healthcare.

Michele Ozer – The Case for Bike Lanes

This project looks at the case for bike lanes in Philadelphia.  It looks at how bike lanes help the city, as well as what an ideal street without cars would look like.

Maya Ebsworth – Anti-Trans Discrimination in Schools

Donald Sonn – Corporate Lobbying Complex

A look at the often overlooked trends in corporate lobbying on Capitol Hill as well as uncovering the industry’s biggest secret.

Claire Keener – Federal Funding for Medical Research

This project looks at the influence of federal funding on the field of medical research.

Yichen Shou – Asian Stereotypes in Video Games

A study of the misrepresentation and stereotyping of Asian characters in video games.

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