Posts Tagged ‘NYC’

Does Income Correlate with Number of Food Borne Illness Occurences?

December 23, 2015

Using the NYC’s Health Grading System, also known as the letter grades restaurants in NYC post on their windows, this poster investigates the relationship between median income of neighborhood and the number of incidents of food borne illness in order to assess whether or not there is a correlation between the two. http://macaulay.cuny.edu/eportfolios/seminar3posters/files/gravity_forms/2-6a6a604a5c2187e7fef8e857ad947746/2015/12/MHC-Poster-JJF-Final.pdf Matt Benson, […]

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HPV Infographic

January 3, 2015

HPV symptoms, prevention, and vaccines. http://macaulay.cuny.edu/eportfolios/seminar3posters/files/gravity_forms/1-f14ea90e75361cb91bd42582a860ee01/2015/01/BlueTeamHPVInfographic.pdf Samantha Chiu, Michelle Coleman, Esther Jungreis, Jonathan Perlman Dr. Nathalia Holtzman, Caroline Erb-Medina Queens College HPV, Vaccines, NYC

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Ebola Infographic

January 3, 2015

Ebola facts, prevention, and help. http://macaulay.cuny.edu/eportfolios/seminar3posters/files/gravity_forms/1-f14ea90e75361cb91bd42582a860ee01/2015/01/Ebola-Infographic-FINAL.pdf NIck Anton, Emily Dana, Meera Desai, Mary Kate Mutze Dr. Nathalia Holtzman, Caroline Erb-Medina Queens College Ebola, Infographic, NYC

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Examining the Efficacy of Green Carts in New York: A Comparative Outlook

December 18, 2014

This poster explores the topic of nutritious food access in New York City. The ‘Green Cart’ program was launched as an affordable alternative for impoverished neighborhoods as opposed to Farmer’s markets and supermarket stores. By determining percent consumption differences from 2008 to 2011, it analyzes whether there was a significant change and if Green Carts […]

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Migratory vs. Non-Migratory Populations in Three New York City Boroughs in Early Autumn

December 18, 2014

To compare the number of migratory and non-migratory bird species found during 3 different BioBlitzes held across NYC. http://macaulay.cuny.edu/eportfolios/seminar3posters/files/gravity_forms/1-f14ea90e75361cb91bd42582a860ee01/2014/12/AM-Birds.pdf Max Bernstein, Riley Tinney, Andrew Chao, Stelios Markou Kelly O’Donnell, Logan McBride City College migratory, non-migratory, birds, BioBlitz, NYC, Central Park, New York Botanical Gardens, Jamaica Bay

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Gender and Disease in New York: Is gender a significant risk factor for heart disease?

December 17, 2014

Heart disease is the predominant global cause of death for men and women. Gender influences the biological, psychological and social factors of death due to diseases of the heart. According to the dataset [from where], women are more at risk in New York City from death caused by diseases of the heart in comparison to […]

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Does Wealth Equal Health?

December 17, 2014

The aim of this research is to investigate our hypothesis: that a high prevalence of public health issues can be correlated to areas of low socioeconomic status. To investigate this claim, we conducted a spatial analysis of the city to discover connections between the prevalence of the conditions and socioeconomic status at both the general […]

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What Sandy Wrought: How The Hurricane Moved the City Closer to Its Water Supply

December 12, 2014

This project sought to understand the larger environmental impact Hurricane Sandy had on the water of New York City–not just the harbor waters, but also the upstate water systems from which our drinking water comes. http://macaulay.cuny.edu/eportfolios/seminar3posters/files/gravity_forms/1-f14ea90e75361cb91bd42582a860ee01/2014/12/Sandy-Wrought.pdf Malavika Attur, Eric Lau, Shirley Qian, Volmir Zavodovsky Prof. Robert E. Sullivan, ITF Marnie Brady Hunter College water quality, […]

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NYC: On the Grid Population Density of Manhattan

December 9, 2014

• How do all of Manhattan’s 1.626 million inhabitants manage to live on 33.77 square miles of land?! • After frequenting different areas of the city, it became apparent that the number of people we encounter in areas such as Inwood, is significantly lower than the number of people we encounter in areas such as […]

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The Shifting Diversity of Wildlife in Southern Manhattan

December 9, 2014

Human beings affect their environment more than nay other animal on Earth, and as such, it is important to note the effects that civilization has on the creatures that live among us in our societies, particularly big cities such as New York. The goal of this project was to observe how the diversity of three […]

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