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  • Logeman, Jacob (2017-05)
    Storytelling has existed since the beginning mankind, passing along narratives filled with history, emotion, knowledge, and from generation to generation. It's a common pleasure that is shared by all of humanity. In order ...
  • Liechty, Hannah (2017-05)
    As systems of meaning making, cults appear differently to their members than to society. The dialectal image of the internal and external definitions of a cult serves as the driving force for the design of a house for a ...
  • Fulling, Janie (2017-07)
    Contemporary media often vilifies Muslims. Islam has been equated with terrorism in the dominant Western narrative, both in the news and in representation of Muslims in film. This thesis aims to combat these dominant ...
  • Baskfield, Amanda (2017-07)
    The need for additional monetary aid has been needed in scientific research since Galileo and prior. Grant writing is an art form that scientists use in order to move their research along, regardless of the size of the ...
  • Bard, Lee (2017-05)
    In recent years, microaggressions, forms of discrimination where the intent is ambiguous in nature, have started to gather more attention in the psychological community. Slights about race, gender, sexual orientation, or ...
  • Arnett, Dayna Ann Maria (2017-05)
    In the United States, black mothers are dying four times as often as white mothers. To understand this phenomenon, a model was created using deductive reasoning and the Social Ecological Model to develop the many factors ...
  • Anderson, Eric (2017-05)
    Sustainability is increasingly imperative for contemporary architects to understand. Yet high performance architecture, and its myriad of applications, is an incredibly broad topic. Thus, this research thesis presents a ...
  • McKillip, John L.; Kouritzin, Victoria A.; Guan, LeLuo; Lindsey, Maedgen Q.; Huddleston, Jennifer R.; Kwok, Annie; Davis, Michael C.; Kang, Sanghoon; Scott, Helen G.; Wakeman, Catherine A.; Costlow, Jessica L.; Krow, Erica S.; Steel, J. Jordan; Imbery, Jacob; Upton, Chris; Baskfield, Amanda; Stedman, Barbara; Trice, Autumn (2017)
    Fine Focus is a web and print journal dedicated to showcasing the research of undergraduate students, internationally, in all fields of microbiology. Fine Focus is managed entirely by undergraduate students from production ...
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  • Kellner, Natalie (2017-05)
    Poetry is a beautiful manner of expression present throughout culture and history. Whether short and simple or extensive and detailed, poems are able to capture moments, feelings, and viewpoints in a way that is both ...
  • Widdifield, Courtney (2017-05)
    When a child dies, often times, the most neglected victim is the surviving sibling (s). Their grief is often overshadowed by the parental caregiver's needs and ideologies of the grieving process, leaving them in a state ...
  • Whitehair, Michele (2017-05)
    Writing a novel is more than having characters do something and creating a story arc. A novel also entails developing the characters themselves, and making sure the reader knows why the character is doing what they are ...
  • Virta, Chapin (2017-05)
    This thesis discusses trends of skills and habits gained by members of Greek Life during their undergraduate years. The prevalence of the same skills and habits are discussed for members of Greek Life post-graduation. ...
  • Tekulve, T. J. (2017-05)
    Poetry has been around for a while now, so naturally it can be difficult to find something new to say. Stereotypes have formed: the Shakespearean sonnet, the flowery love letter voice, fantastical images and ideas-while ...
  • Stuhlman, Adina (2017-05)
    The Daughters of Shiloh is a choreographed dance based on the story of the Benjaminites and the War of Gibeah, and how they captured women to be their wives, a Jewish story from the Book of Judges. Serving as a culmination ...
  • Stanfield, Lori Elizabeth (2017-05)
    Although it is generally accepted that language and culture are fundamentally inseparable, most high-school world-language classrooms remain primarily grammar-oriented and culture deficient (Hendon, 1992). In grammar-focused ...
  • Smith, Natalie (2017-05)
    Growing up I had always been a fan of animals, and one of my favorite places to visit was the zoo. As a guest to zoos and aquariums and a member of society, I had the opportunity to look through the glass and see these ...
  • Schlesinger, Rebecca (2017-05)
    Physical inactivity is an increasing public policy issue throughout the United States. This study examines whether physical inactivity, and other wellness indicators, have an impact on the Human Development Index (HDI) of ...

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