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    • Hallo! Welcome in Egypt 

      Stupple, Nam Sung (2008-12-18)
      This is a collection of excerpts from my future memoirs. The tales enclosed retell some of my experiences during my stay in Cairo, Egypt from 1996-2001. The four stories that make up this thesis are a look at some of the ...
    • Hang Up Your Cleats 

      LeConche, Lindsey (2010-12-16)
      This thesis project has two parts focusing on teaching memoir writing in middle school. The first part is a sample memoir written by the author about a 10-year period in her life to become a soccer athlete. The first part ...
    • Harmonious Prosperity: Examples of Instrumental and Musical Benefits 

      Gillen, Justin (2011-12-08)
      This collection of anecdotes and research shows the psychological and life enjoyment benefits that anyone can gain by learning and playing a musical instrument. It includes the author's personal experiences with learning ...
    • Has the Portrayal of Women in the Media Changed Enough Since the 1950's? 

      Pittman, Caressa (2011-12-13)
      My project emphasizes the comparison of women's portrayal in the media from 1950's to present and showing that women are still oppressed through body image, sexism and gender bias. The three different sections, highlights ...
    • Heather Robbins Interview 

      Robbins, Heather; Purrcell, Jimmy (2008-05-27)
      I interviewed Jimmy Purrcell a war veteran from WWII.
    • History of the Westside Campus 

      Wagener, Stephen (2009-01-01)
    • How drive for thinness moderates the influence of media on female body image 

      Pavelo, Maria (2006-09-20)
      This study was designed to investigate how drive for thinness moderates the influence of media on female body image and self-esteem. Drive for thinness is defined as an excessive concern with dieting, preoccupation with ...
    • How Eric Sloane Retold American History 

      Lisi, Brandon (2020-05-01)
      This thesis seeks to prove the significance of Eric Sloane during the Cold War reconstruction of America's historical memory. Sloane's quest for identity parallels that of his country: grappling with the past to form ...
    • How to Heal the Sick in Three Easy Steps 

      Hayes, David (2016-12-31)
      <p><em>How to Heal the Sick in Three Easy Steps </em>is a 72,000 word literary fiction novel set in present day Waterbury, Connecticut that explores faith healing in the Christian community, religion that unites instead ...
    • Human Life Before Birth 

      Dye, Frank (CRC Presshttp://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9789057026089, 2000-12-21)
      This textbook presents essential information about human embryology in an accessible form. In addition to covering the specifics of human embryology, the text also provides practical information on human health issues and ...
    • Hunting Dragons 

      Gerhard, Zakariaz (2007-12-18)
      This project is a short novella about a young apprentice blacksmith, Charles, who is thrown a completely different life than he imagined in the imaginary world of Pern. As an apprentice to his incredibly successful ...
    • Igniting a Passion for Poetry in Elementary School 

      Weinstein, Ilyse (2010-05-11)
      This project explores the importance of teaching poetry in elementary school, to erase the stigmatisms that older students often associate with poetry. The project argues in favor of introducing whimsical poetry to younger ...
    • Incendia's Ashes 

      Coutu, Brian (2008-12-18)
      Near the end of a casual drug-induced walk, Marshall Davis and his friend Rob discover an antique poster stuck under a dumpster. The poster portrays a beautiful fire-eating woman, Incendia. Marshall quickly discovers the ...
    • Interview with Bruno Depecol 

      Hartz, Joe; Depecol (Interviewee), Bruno (2008-05-01)
      This is a recording of my interview with Bruno Depecol who was a member of the United States Navy during World War Two. He was a carpenter who was sent over to England and stationed at the Royal Naval College where he and ...
    • Interview with Morne van Staden 

      Keefe, Storm--Interviewer; van Staden, Morne (2009-09-30)
      Interview with Morne van Staden about his immigration to the U.S. from Eastern South Africa.
    • Interview with Richard Wagner 

      Murphy, Elizabeth (2008-04-06)
      Interview with Richard Wagner concerning his experiences in the U.S. Navy during World War II and his involvement in the D Day invasion.
    • Interview with Richard Wagner 

      Murphy, Elizabeth (2008-04-24)
      Interview with Richard Wagner concerning his experiences in the U.S. Navy during World War II and his involvement in the D-Day invasion.
    • Intraspecific Variation in Podestemum Ceratophyllum (Postostemacea): Evidence of Refugia and Colonization Since the Last Glacial Maximum 

      Fehrmann, Susie; Philbrick, Tom; Halliburton, Richard (2012-01-01)
      Premise of the Study: Intraspecifi c variation among 20 populations of Podostemum ceratophyllum Michx. was investigated to test the hypothesis of range expansion from southern refugia since the last glacial maximum. Methods: ...