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Cadet Dalton Hazelwood's research project for this year’s Academic Excellence Day.

Cadet Dalton Hazelwood presented his research project at this year’s Academic Excellence Day. Hazelwood’s project was titled “Discovering Drivers of Unrest Using Cluster and XGBoost.”

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