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Doctoral Recital, Donald W. Malpass, Albina Asryan 2010 University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Doctoral Recital, Donald W. Malpass, Albina Asryan

Graduate Student Recitals

List of performers and performances.


Moral Absolutism In Arthur Miller's The Crucible, Jennifer Rodgers 2010 The College at Brockport

Moral Absolutism In Arthur Miller's The Crucible, Jennifer Rodgers

English Master’s Theses

The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, explores several complex and trans-historic topics, many of which relate to the playwright's experiences during the McCarthy era. Miller asks his audience to value independent and personal truths, which he defines as more morally right and good than social truths. This is because, in the playwright's mind, social truths are often manipulated and exploited to gain a desired personal result regardless of how they affect other's lives. In order to illuminate this point, he repeatedly plays with the concepts of truth and lies, confession and accusation, as well as public and private ...


The History Of Canned Food, Lisa Couture 2010 Johnson & Wales University - Providence

The History Of Canned Food, Lisa Couture

Academic Symposium of Undergraduate Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Somalian Immigration And Assimilation To Minnesota, Chantae Erickson 2010 Johnson & Wales University - Providence

Somalian Immigration And Assimilation To Minnesota, Chantae Erickson

Academic Symposium of Undergraduate Scholarship

No abstract provided.


New On The Web: The China Tracker, 2010 University of Nebraska - Lincoln

New On The Web: The China Tracker

The China Beat Blog Archive 2008-2012

If you’d like to read more about “What a superpower wants,” check out a new blog from Forbes, “The China Tracker.” Only a week old, the site features pieces from regular contributors such as Gady Epstein (Beijing bureau chief for Forbes), Bill Bishop (a Beijing-based investor/adviser to start-ups, blogger at DigiCha.com, and prolific Twitter user under the name @niubi), and China Beat consulting editor Jeff Wasserstrom (whose first post is “Terminology For A Fast-Changing China”). Recent articles have discussed “China’s Barbie Doll Economics,” whatHertz and Avis have to do with the U.S.-China relationship, and ...


All Out, Parkland College 2010 Parkland College

All Out, Parkland College

Parkland Theatre

19th Annual Student Production

All Out
How far would you go for $1,000,000?
a dark comedy by John Rester Zodrow

Director: Breelyn Mehtens*
Scenic Designer: Alex Birnie
Lighting Designers: Andrew Hart* and Seth Gelke
Costume Designers: Kirby Toalson* and Lily Maclin*
Sound Designer: Joshua D. Stewart
Technical Director: Matt Rowlen
Stage Manager: Rachel McGrath*
Properties Coordinator: Kelsey Cravens

April 28, 29, 30, May 1 at 7:30pm
May 2 at 3pm
Parkland College Theatre
2010

Produced by special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing


Concert: Ithaca College Concert Band, Ithaca College Concert Band, Mark Fonder 2010 Ithaca College

Concert: Ithaca College Concert Band, Ithaca College Concert Band, Mark Fonder

All Concert & Recital Programs

No abstract provided.


Reflections On The Qinghai Earthquake, Nicole Barnes 2010 University of California, Irvine

Reflections On The Qinghai Earthquake, Nicole Barnes

The China Beat Blog Archive 2008-2012

As the Qinghai earthquake turns into yesterday’s news overseas and begins to sink into the sea of usual economic stories here in China, I would like to reflect upon the position of 10-year-old volunteer Tsering Dan Zhou in earthquake media.

News coverage of the earthquake here in China is impressive in many ways. The programs convey the information that everyone desires, but are also clearly designed to incite sympathy and get people to dig into their wallets for donations to the Chinese Red Cross and other relief agencies. They also pointedly emphasize “social harmony” (shehui hexie 社会和谐, Hu Jintao ...


2009-2010 Performance Forum - April 28, 2010, Rachel Britton, Alex Nisbet, Gentry Barolet, Steven Gellersen, Nikola Nikolovski, Zhou Jiang, Yunyue Liu, Michael Anderson, Molin Wang, Chien-I Yang, Evgenia Zharzhavskaya, Suvida Neramit-Aram, Julio Cruz, Silvia Suarez, Tao Lin 2010 Lynn University

2009-2010 Performance Forum - April 28, 2010, Rachel Britton, Alex Nisbet, Gentry Barolet, Steven Gellersen, Nikola Nikolovski, Zhou Jiang, Yunyue Liu, Michael Anderson, Molin Wang, Chien-I Yang, Evgenia Zharzhavskaya, Suvida Neramit-Aram, Julio Cruz, Silvia Suarez, Tao Lin

Performance Forum

No abstract provided.


Capturing Genetic Variation During Ecological Restorations: An Example From Kankakee Sands In Indiana, Rebecca W. Dolan, Deborah L. Marr, Andrew Schnabel 2010 Butler University

Capturing Genetic Variation During Ecological Restorations: An Example From Kankakee Sands In Indiana, Rebecca W. Dolan, Deborah L. Marr, Andrew Schnabel

Rebecca W. Dolan

Genetic variation in populations, both natural and restored, is usually considered crucial for response to short term environmental stresses and for long term evolutionary change. To have the best chance of successful long-term survival, restored populations should reflect the extant variation found in remnants, but restored sites may suffer from genetic bottlenecks as a result of founder effects. Kankakee Sands is a large-scale restoration being conducted by The Nature Conservancy (TNC) in northwestern Indiana. Our goal was to test for loss of genetic variation in restored plant populations by comparing them with TNC’s seed source nursery and with local ...


Capturing Genetic Variation During Ecological Restorations: An Example From Kankakee Sands In Indiana, Rebecca W. Dolan, Deborah L. Marr, Andrew Schnabel 2010 Butler University

Capturing Genetic Variation During Ecological Restorations: An Example From Kankakee Sands In Indiana, Rebecca W. Dolan, Deborah L. Marr, Andrew Schnabel

Rebecca W. Dolan

Genetic variation in populations, both natural and restored, is usually considered crucial for response to short term environmental stresses and for long term evolutionary change. To have the best chance of successful long-term survival, restored populations should reflect the extant variation found in remnants, but restored sites may suffer from genetic bottlenecks as a result of founder effects. Kankakee Sands is a large-scale restoration being conducted by The Nature Conservancy (TNC) in northwestern Indiana. Our goal was to test for loss of genetic variation in restored plant populations by comparing them with TNC’s seed source nursery and with local ...


Marshall University Music Department Presents The Marshall University Symphony Orchestra, Concert Of Soloists. Dr. Elizabeth Reed Smith, Conductor, With, William H. Holderby Ii, Horn, Brianna Williams, Euphonium, Mary Beth Withers, Soprano, Elizabeth Reed Smith, William H. Holderby II, Brianna Williams, Mary Beth Withers 2010 Marshall University

Marshall University Music Department Presents The Marshall University Symphony Orchestra, Concert Of Soloists. Dr. Elizabeth Reed Smith, Conductor, With, William H. Holderby Ii, Horn, Brianna Williams, Euphonium, Mary Beth Withers, Soprano, Elizabeth Reed Smith, William H. Holderby Ii, Brianna Williams, Mary Beth Withers

All Performances

No abstract provided.


An Affordable Living Community, Erin Richardson 2010 Virginia Commonwealth University

An Affordable Living Community, Erin Richardson

Theses and Dissertations

Beginning with a former grocery store building, “An Affordable Living Community,” explores the possibilities of redesigning big box buildings. Here, the building is transformed into an affordable living community - a place for people to live, work, learn, and interact. The renovation creates a place for not only its residents, but also the surrounding neighborhoods. The building provides the challenges of breaking the generic, window-less facade, as well as bringing light into the building. This model would encourage the health, learning, and support of its community.


2010 - The Fifteenth Annual Symposium Of Student Scholars, 2010 Kennesaw State University

2010 - The Fifteenth Annual Symposium Of Student Scholars

Symposium of Student Scholars Program Books

The full program book from the Fifteenth Annual Symposium of Student Scholars, held on April 27, 2010. Includes abstracts from the presentations and posters.


Junior Recital, Dominique Pollina, Valeria Ore 2010 University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Junior Recital, Dominique Pollina, Valeria Ore

Junior Recitals

List of performers and performances.


Junior Recital, Alex Cornwell, Emilee Wong, Sandro Ladu, Elisa Feng, Kim-Bon Lui, Melaney Scarberry 2010 University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Junior Recital, Alex Cornwell, Emilee Wong, Sandro Ladu, Elisa Feng, Kim-Bon Lui, Melaney Scarberry

Junior Recitals

List of performers and performances.


Junior Recital, Jessica Waslesky 2010 University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Junior Recital, Jessica Waslesky

Junior Recitals

List of performers and performances.


Rose Herbert Community Center, Jeannie Jones 2010 Virginia Commonwealth University

Rose Herbert Community Center, Jeannie Jones

Theses and Dissertations

The “Rose Herbert Community Center” is the culmination of a project questioning how a building can be restored to its original integrity when its initial function has become extinct. This thesis considers the Broad Street Station in Richmond, Virginia and explores the options and implications of returning the building to a hub of interaction within the community. Concepts such as functionally malleable spaces, the transition from a very public environment to a more private area, and the creation of intentional interaction versus coexistence are explored.


2010 Highlander Vol 92 No 12 April 27, 2010, 2010 Regis University

2010 Highlander Vol 92 No 12 April 27, 2010

Highlander - Regis University's Student-Written Newspaper

Regis University Student Newspaper


2009-2010 Senior Recital - Seul-A Lee (Violin), Seul-A Lee, Valeriya Polunina 2010 Lynn University

2009-2010 Senior Recital - Seul-A Lee (Violin), Seul-A Lee, Valeriya Polunina

Junior and Senior Recitals

No abstract provided.


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