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  • Ziems, Noah (2021-05)
    Primary Hyperparathyroidism(PHPT) is a relatively common disease, affecting about one in every 1,000 adults. However, screening for PHPT can be difficult, meaning it often goes undiagnosed for long periods of time. While ...
  • Zielinski, Arianna (2021-05)
    For centuries, theatre artists have been creating works of art that embody the human experience. After all, that’s what theatre is, telling stories of the human experience and sharing those stories with other humans. ...
  • Yanus, Emma (2021-05)
    Cabaret is an art form that most people do not know about. Through my experience in the class THEA 499, my senior cabaret class, I learned about the art of cabaret, and continued to improve in my skills of singing, ...
  • Wright, Isabelle (2021-05)
    Glucose stored in the brain as the branched polysaccharide glycogen has been reported to play a role in associative learning. The effect of brain glycogen levels on sensory learning in mus musculus is rarely studied and, ...
  • Witte, Alexandra (2021-05)
    This article examines the funding of education in Indiana, different types of funding, and how that funding is used throughout the different types of schools. It also summarizes how funding is broken down and distributed ...
  • Winters, Rose (2021-05)
    Intelligence and its collection is an everyday staple and necessity in the United States but it has not always been this way. Forms of intelligence have been conducted for all of American History, but it is widely believed ...
  • Wineinger, Chloe (2021-05)
    Elaine Benes from Seinfeld is a prominent female character that gets little recognition for her contribution to female characters within a sitcom. The only written work on her contribution within a feminist framework ...
  • Willhite, Justen (2021-05)
    The failure of abstinence-only reformation programs regarding drug use (e.g., D.A.R.E.) points to a concrete need for effective and codified risk-taking behavior education. While many school districts have turned to ...
  • Whitesel, Robin (2021-05)
    Computer networks are the behind-the-scenes backbone of the any organization. For campus areas, such as universities or large companies, a campus area network is ideal as it is designed to have a lot of users and ...
  • White, Jake (2021-05)
    The Covid-19 Pandemic shook the world to its foundation. The global shutdown brought to light many failings of societal and architectural infrastructure as billions of people were left in isolation, decreased inactivity, ...
  • Ward, Delaney (2021-05)
    Parks are visited by millions of people each year, making park management a crucial task. There are many different facets of park management, from playground upkeep to building maintenance, as well as tree management. ...
  • Walter, Brendan Ryan (2021-05)
    Given the broad range of potential media, techniques, styles, artists, and ideas which could be covered in an art class, how does a visual arts educator go about teaching content that will be most relevant and valuable ...
  • Walker, Evan (2021-05)
    Becoming a restaurateur is the dream of many entrepreneurial minds. The problem is that it is no easy task. Whether someone lacks the business knowledge to run a restaurant, doesn’t have the capital to properly begin, ...
  • Walker, Caroline (2021-05)
    Dieting, a long-held standard for successful weight loss, health maintenance, and beauty attainment, is a potentially harmful practice that not only hints at a societal requirement of a certain body type in order to fit ...
  • Tripp, Kara M. (2021-05)
    Women in science, math, engineering, and technology (STEM) fields have long been a minority, especially Black women, Indigenous women, and Women of Color (BIPOC). Previous research shows that BIPOC women often have ...
  • Trentadue, Joseph T. (2021-05)
    Moral Foundations Theory proposes that there are five moral frameworks through which individuals view their world from: care/harm principles, fairness/cheating principles, loyalty/betrayal principles, sanctity/degradation ...
  • Thomas, Erin (2021-05)
    Ever since my time in middle school band, I have known I wanted to be a music educator. I believe a music classroom is the perfect environment to explore what a collaborative atmosphere truly entails. What I find so ...
  • Thatcher, Emma (2021-05)
    The majority of Americans are familiar with fairy tales such as Cinderella, The Little Mermaid, Jack and the Giant Beanstalk, and the Three Little Pigs, etc. They’re commonly presented in children’s books and woven into ...
  • Swigler, Shania (2021-05)
    Due to globalization, the United States has become more diverse than ever, which means that healthcare providers are more likely to encounter language barriers now than ever before. These non-native English speakers tend ...
  • Sullivan, Audrey (2021-05)
    The Appalachian region of the United States has been a region surrounded by controversy for the last two hundred years. Many geographic, anthropological and economic studies have taken place in Appalachia to analyze the ...

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