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  • Halvorsen, Jennifer; Coggeshall, Josh (201)
    A new transdisciplinary immersive learning class that exposed and explored technological advances in the renowned regional glass industry. Students and faculty from the School of Art and the Department of Architecture ...
  • Behring, Annie; Garner, India; Smith, Kayla; Zumbaugh, Zoe; Hamilton, Emma; Langdon, Avery; Owens, Samuel; Tindall, Cierra; Arent, Molly; Griffin, Destanee; Fuher, Emily; Seifert, Sam; Vitale, Sarah (2021)
    The Philosophy Outreach Project gets high school students across Indiana thinking. POP creates alternative spaces for learning in classrooms, clubs, online, and conference settings. By curating philosophical content and ...
  • Barker, Jerret; Bowles, Charleston; Cieslik, Emma; Clanton, Becca; DeGrow, Haleigh; Eads, Andrea; Hines, Hayley; Morrow, Sarah; Rinehart, Max; Walsh, Cara; Weyrich, Andria; Wilhelm, Demi (2021)
    Midwestern Stories is a two-course series that has taken place in the Department of English in the fall and spring semesters of 2020-21. It has focused on student investigation of representations of Midwestern identity in ...
  • Anderson, Hollyn; Cummins, Brooke; Craft, Sarah; Underhill, Kaylen; Ridley, Catie; Ingram, Kayce; Jones, Emily; Gerbhardt, Emily; Guzman, Jessica; Gilmore, Jessica; Mundy, Mackenzie; Kimbrough, Nia; Davidson, Camesia; Lee, Trinity; Cardenas, Sydney; Jennings, Nikki; Sisson, Sydney; McIntyre, Kaitlynn; Friend, Morgan; Supancik, Olivia; Grussing, Esther; McCoy, Briana; Simmons, Aerial (2021)
    Health Science 302 and 494 are courses that include senior majors completing their final semester of coursework before beginning their internships. The courses seek to highlight the skills necessary to delivery health ...
  • Winters, Rose; Concepción, David W.; Fuher, Emily; Hamilton, Emma; Lopez, Brianna; Maxwell, Nathan; Metzing, Luna; Bowman, Mariah; Brock, Benjamin; Clobuciar, Annamarie; Cooper, Joseph; Freiburger, Gatlin; Georgi, Grace; Parham, Isabel; Arnold, Logan; McClain, Anne Mei (2021)
    Stance: An International Undergraduate Philosophy Journal aims to enrich student learning by providing an opportunity for undergraduate students to have their original, scholarly work reviewed by and published in a ...
  • McConnell, Tom J.; Giorgio-Booher, Barbara; Berning, Sunnie; Bowling, Ashley; Cleaveland, Jayda; Jessup, Abbey; Misak, Sara; Owens, Ashley; Shoults, Alyssa; Smiley, Allison; Spangler, Jillian; Wiley, Katie (2021)
    Conservation Tales is an interdisciplinary team of students and faculty who work with a variety of external partners to create children's books about wildlife conservation and authentic science practices. In 2021, our ...
  • Zilz, Emily (2021-05-07)
    This investigation explored the salient variables that predict general happiness, as well as those variables’ relative importance, as indicated by the General Social Survey (GSS). The study applied the Least Absolute ...
  • Werst, Jacob (2021-05-07)
    Pedagogical training can have a noteworthy impact on creating significant learning experiences for students. In K-12 education, teachers are required to have extensive training in pedagogies before obtaining a teaching ...
  • Tur, Garrett (2021-05-07)
    This project develops an understanding of trauma theory at the intersections of traumatic religious systems and the experiences of Queer, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color within these systems. Making use of the ...
  • Tepe, Ross (2021-05-07)
    Bike lanes and bike trails are growing types of transportation infrastructure in Indianapolis, Indiana. In the past decade, 215 miles have been built. While the locations of the current and planned bikeways of Indianapolis ...
  • Schiess, Emilie (2021-05-07)
    A prescriptive view of grammar in writing assessment perpetuates biases. Asao Inoue (2017) explains, “There is nothing inherently wrong with the dominant white, middle class English… but using it to judge others, to ...
  • Preston-Herra, Cristina (2021-05-07)
    The chemical industry currently accounts for 14% of all greenhouse gas emissions and is projected to become the largest global consumer of oil by 2030. In the Ball State Laboratory for Biocatalysis Research, we strive ...
  • Oshiro, Daisuke (2021-05-07)
    One of the most difficult aspects of the study and use of Japanese grammar is the distinction between WA and GA (Imamura, 2002; Hasegawa, 2014). The differences between these two particles are typically complicated since ...
  • Lutz, Taylor (2021-05-07)
    In the context of the eighteenth century, the role of women was both complex and contradictory. Amid the backdrop of emerging liberalisms, women’s subjectivities in the eighteenth century appeared to be largely constructed ...
  • Hutzler, Haylee (2021-05-07)
    Exercise is one of the many facets of life, as we know it that has been altered due to the life threatening COVID-19 virus. However, it is important to recognize all the other comorbidities and mortality risk that goes ...
  • Hawkins, Shannon (2021-05-07)
    Division of labor and caste formation has evolved across multiple groups of social animals, including parasitic flatworms of marine snails. Individual animals in separate castes are often different sizes or shapes and ...
  • Harman, Taylor (2021-05-07)
    Cardiovascular disease-related (CVD) mortality with older age is in part attributable to altered vascular hemodynamics including increased central and peripheral blood pressure (BP) and augmentation index (AIx). ...
  • Gramlich, JJ (2021-05-07)
    This research takes original data (40 pages) from both Internet forums and academic writing to compare source and target domain selection across the two registers in American English (taking a Conceptual Metaphor Theory ...
  • Good, Ellen (2021-05-07)
    This study evaluates the unique social and economic role amateur theatres play in their communities and examines how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting their survival. By differentiating amateur theatres from their ...
  • Gall, Wes (2021-05-07)
    he following study, was conducted with archival data from the SFO San Francisco International Airport, measuring customer satisfaction. The intent of the study was to examine the validity and reliability of the 2018 iteration ...

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