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The Influences Of The Public Health Care System And Education System On The Economic Growth Of Swaziland, Grace Greer May 2023

The Influences Of The Public Health Care System And Education System On The Economic Growth Of Swaziland, Grace Greer

International and Global Studies Undergraduate Honors Theses

The Kingdom of Eswatini, also known as Swaziland, has one of the youngest populations in the world with over 70% of citizens being under the age of 18 years old. This creates a substantial opportunity for economic, social, and educational growth in a country previously plagued with diseases such as HIV/AIDS, poor health care infrastructure cutting off thousands from basic care, and an educational system with a very low attendance rate and an even lower graduation rate. By evaluating the root causes of such issues dating back to the colonial era there is an opportunity to reprioritize health care ...


Covid-19 President Memo_Maine Memo - Giving Thanks For Our Communities, Joan Ferrini-Mundy Nov 2022

Covid-19 President Memo_Maine Memo - Giving Thanks For Our Communities, Joan Ferrini-Mundy

Office of the President

Message from Joan Ferrini-Mundy, University of Maine President to the University of Maine community regarding the Thanksgiving break and the increase in COVID-19 cases.


Rhythms: Music At The University Of Northern Iowa, V41, Fall 2022, University Of Northern Iowa. School Of Music. Oct 2022

Rhythms: Music At The University Of Northern Iowa, V41, Fall 2022, University Of Northern Iowa. School Of Music.

Rhythms: Music at the University of Northern Iowa

In this Issue:

From the Director . . . 2
Carillon and Campanile Updates . . . 5
New Music Ensemble . . . 6
UNI Opera . . . 7
Guest Artists . . . 8
Jazz Studies Update . . . 10
Community Outreach . . . 11
Scholarship Benefit Concert . . . 13
Student Awards and Honors . . . 15
Student Spotlight . . . 16
Recent Graduates Update . . . 17
Faculty Spotlight . . . 18
Faculty News and Activities . . . 19
Online Theory Project . . . 20
New Faculty and Staff . . . 21
Emeritus Faculty News . . . 23
Alumni News and Updates . . . 24
Alumni Spotlight . . . 24
Spotlight Series 2022-2023 . . . 26
Opportunities to Give . . . 27


Writing Essays For Parkland College Scholarships, Angela Gulick Oct 2022

Writing Essays For Parkland College Scholarships, Angela Gulick

Personal Statements for College Applications and Scholarships

Every semester, students are invited to apply for free money courtesy of Parkland College scholarships. This handout gives you advice on how to write such an essay.


The Relationship Between School Architecture And Self-Efficacy Of Students With Special Needs In Some Schools In Lebanon - The Reciprocal Architectural Design Method, Hayat M. Itani Sep 2022

The Relationship Between School Architecture And Self-Efficacy Of Students With Special Needs In Some Schools In Lebanon - The Reciprocal Architectural Design Method, Hayat M. Itani

Architecture and Planning Journal (APJ)

This study sought to develop a new architectural design methodology for educational facilities. The design factors of inclusive schools built environment affect the self-efficacy of students with special needs. Self-efficacy being defined by Albert Bandura as one's belief in one's ability to succeed completing specific tasks in a certain environmental action. This research is conducted by following the sequential explanatory research design, surveyed by a mixed method. Participants were a group of 35 special education teachers and 25 students with special needs, conveniently selected from some schools in Lebanon. The two questionnaires and the individual interviews administered by ...


Calculating Vandalism Risk Assessment For Archaeological Findings Within Heritage Buildings: The Case Of Al-Attar Historical Mosque In Tripoli Lebanon, Hazem Aysh, Eslam M. Elsamahy, Mary Felix Sep 2022

Calculating Vandalism Risk Assessment For Archaeological Findings Within Heritage Buildings: The Case Of Al-Attar Historical Mosque In Tripoli Lebanon, Hazem Aysh, Eslam M. Elsamahy, Mary Felix

Architecture and Planning Journal (APJ)

A heritage building is a genuine witness for the past and it mostly correlates with communities’ collective memory. It involves a considerable economical asset for cultural tourism in addition to other emotional values. However, building archeology is slightly exposed when handling historical buildings; it is subject to reburial to minimize potential risks and to keep it for future generations. The aim of this research is to explore the validity of exposing an archeological feature by establishing an estimation for vandalism risk through an assessment for society’s attitude concerning the new image given to a historic mosque with exposed archeological ...


Adaptive Reuse Of Abandoned Buildings As A Means Of Improving Livability, Carol Bassal, Mostafa Khalifa Sep 2022

Adaptive Reuse Of Abandoned Buildings As A Means Of Improving Livability, Carol Bassal, Mostafa Khalifa

Architecture and Planning Journal (APJ)

Due to the rapid growth of cities around the world, many buildings in ancient cities are now deserted, prompting countries to preserve their historical sites that represent their identity. According to researchers, Adaptive reuse, along with the renewal of social life and economic development activities, serve the basic concepts of livability, as well as the community's recognition of adaptive reuse as a reasonable alternative to the demolition and redevelopment of existing facilities. The study assumes that adaptive reuse of abandoned buildings revitalizes the area and preserves its values and identity. In this context, adaptive reuse refers to the process ...


Volume Cxlii, Number 2, September 30, 2022, Lawrence University Sep 2022

Volume Cxlii, Number 2, September 30, 2022, Lawrence University

The Lawrentian

No abstract provided.


The Grizzly, September 29, 2022, Layla Halterman, Amelia Kunko, Julia Paiano, Chase Portaro, Gianna Mccarthy, Tatiana Kent, Ava Compagnoni, Sean Mcginley, Isabel Wesman Sep 2022

The Grizzly, September 29, 2022, Layla Halterman, Amelia Kunko, Julia Paiano, Chase Portaro, Gianna Mccarthy, Tatiana Kent, Ava Compagnoni, Sean Mcginley, Isabel Wesman

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

Meet the New Editors of The Lantern • First-Year Enrollment Down 12% From Last Year • Class of 2026 Move-In Day • Welcome Dr. Jay Shelat! • Meet Ursinus Rapper, D-BONE • Opinions: College Culture Shock Could be More Shocking • NARP Review of Fitness Center • Women's Volleyball Kill Streak


The Textual Gutter: How Gene Luen Yang Redefines The Gutter In Boxers & Saints To Tell A Transnational Tale, David Lucas Jr Sep 2022

The Textual Gutter: How Gene Luen Yang Redefines The Gutter In Boxers & Saints To Tell A Transnational Tale, David Lucas Jr

SANE journal: Sequential Art Narrative in Education

This paper attempts to provide a new understanding of the gutter and how it is used to significant effect in Gene Luen Yang's, Boxers & Saints. This research draws upon the work of Scott McCloud to establish a framework for the theoretical applications of the gutter. Most prior research focuses on the gutter within the page. This article demonstrates how Yang pushes the concept of the gutter further by creating a new type of gutter that moves beyond the pages and across texts. Then the research attempts to demonstrate how the idea of the textual gutter heightens the transnational elements ...


Deconstructing Consciousness In Art, Leila Kincaid Sep 2022

Deconstructing Consciousness In Art, Leila Kincaid

Journal of Conscious Evolution

To the extent that art mirrors consciousness, what does the art of any age have to tell us about where we are as a species and civilization? In this paper, I suggest that modern and postmodern art reveal the tendency toward deconstruction, of our identities, as selves, as cultures, as a civilization. Through this process of deconstruction, there is a space offered to us through the experience of art, of freedom to recreate ourselves, our identities, and our sense of purpose and meaning in the cosmos. Grounding the inquiry in texts from various authors in the field of art history ...


Volume Cxlii, Number 1, September 23, 2022, Lawrence University Sep 2022

Volume Cxlii, Number 1, September 23, 2022, Lawrence University

The Lawrentian

No abstract provided.


Associate Provost’S Files, 1998-2016, Provost's Office Sep 2022

Associate Provost’S Files, 1998-2016, Provost's Office

University Archives Finding Aids

No abstract provided.


The Grizzly, September 22, 2022, Layla Halterman, Erin Corcoran, Ava Compagnoni, Jenna Smith, Sean Mcginley, Isabella Villegas, Chase Portaro, Isabel Wesman, Julia Paiano Sep 2022

The Grizzly, September 22, 2022, Layla Halterman, Erin Corcoran, Ava Compagnoni, Jenna Smith, Sean Mcginley, Isabella Villegas, Chase Portaro, Isabel Wesman, Julia Paiano

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

Fire in Wicks • Rush Week Changes: Yay or Nay? • Class of 2026: Sentiments on Family Weekend • New Exhibitions at the Berman • A Presidential Check-In: Robyn Hannigan • New Clubs Announcement • Opinions: Anyone for Junior Class Council? Bueller?; Diminished Ursinus Traditions • Golf and Cheerleading Coaches?


Class Size And Self-Esteem As Determinants Of Student Learning Outcomes In Essay Writing, Kehinde Olufemi Ogunyemi Sep 2022

Class Size And Self-Esteem As Determinants Of Student Learning Outcomes In Essay Writing, Kehinde Olufemi Ogunyemi

Journal of Educational Research and Practice

This study was carried out mainly to investigate the effects of class size and self-esteem on student achievement in—and attitude toward—English essay writing. The study was influenced by earlier research reports indicating that the large class sizes prevalent in Nigerian schools may be detrimental to student academic and emotional well-being. The study employed an ex post facto research design, as no attempt was made to alter the pre-existing conditions in the schools. Three hundred and thirty-five (335) Senior Secondary School 2 students from nine purposively selected schools participated in the study. An achievement test in essay writing (r ...


Cutting As A Literacy Practice: Exploring The Fractured Body, Desire And Rage Through Queer And Trans*+ Youth Embodiments, Bess Van Asselt Sep 2022

Cutting As A Literacy Practice: Exploring The Fractured Body, Desire And Rage Through Queer And Trans*+ Youth Embodiments, Bess Van Asselt

Taboo: The Journal of Culture and Education

By attending to the ways in which cutting manifests in the life histories of three queer and trans*+ youth of color, I argue that cutting is a literacy practice. I focus on the life histories of three youth, Jay, Harper and Sam, who have different experiences, reasons for, and reactions to their cutting. With each story, we learn something new about the act and how it pushes us to the brink of literacy pedagogy. Jay’s narrative forces us to reckon with youth who refuse to or cannot maintain their bodily integrity. Harper’s story brings to the fore the ...


Narrative Inquiry Chopped And Screwed: The Case Of The Curious Teachers, Nick Kasparek, Emily J. Lahr Sep 2022

Narrative Inquiry Chopped And Screwed: The Case Of The Curious Teachers, Nick Kasparek, Emily J. Lahr

Taboo: The Journal of Culture and Education

No abstract provided.


Teaching Haitian Studies And Caribbean Digital Humanities: A Rasanblaj Of Critical Pedagogical Approaches And Black Feminist Theory In The Classroom, Crystal A. Felima Sep 2022

Teaching Haitian Studies And Caribbean Digital Humanities: A Rasanblaj Of Critical Pedagogical Approaches And Black Feminist Theory In The Classroom, Crystal A. Felima

Taboo: The Journal of Culture and Education

Digital humanities provide an opportunity for collaborators to connect with various people, disciplines, and resources to produce and share knowledge. It also allows creators and users to navigate research and scholarship through partnerships and online engagement. This article features an undergraduate digital humanities course taught in spring 2018 titled “Haitian Studies and Culture” at the University of Florida. In this course, students considered ways of speaking, writing, researching, and representing Haiti, while engaging in critical discussions related to issues and questions of access, authorship, interpretation, and representation. This essay serves as a reflection statement by highlighting how the author explored ...


Lola's Story: Love And Resiliency, Susan R. Whiteland Sep 2022

Lola's Story: Love And Resiliency, Susan R. Whiteland

International Journal of Lifelong Learning in Art Education

Lola, a hand puppet, tells her story of being constructed in a university’s special topics class for the purpose of encouraging older adults who may be experiencing loneliness and isolation. Lola is introduced to an elderly woman who bonds with the puppet. Engagement with the puppet encourages positive emotions that contribute toward resilience and subjective well-being. Lola’s story supports the idea that feelings of happiness and positivity attributed to puppetry may be instrumental in memory retention and overall socio-emotional health.


An Exploration Of Restorative Artmaking During Covid-19, Linda J. Helmick Sep 2022

An Exploration Of Restorative Artmaking During Covid-19, Linda J. Helmick

International Journal of Lifelong Learning in Art Education

This research explores a curriculum, delivered on Zoom, that blended art education with art therapy to support educators’ well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. To understand the restorative aspects of collective artmaking and reflection, I established a series of artmaking workshops for educators via Zoom. As an artist/researcher/teacher, I made collages as an arts-based inquiry method. I found that participants needed a safe place to express, create, and share in a community of others who have similar needs, desires, and experiences, a respite from the early, terrifying days of the pandemic. Meditation, blended artmaking experiences, and reflection encouraged everyone ...


Relational Ecologies: Artistic Engagement And Mentorship Of Adults In Community Spaces, Rebecca Bourgault Sep 2022

Relational Ecologies: Artistic Engagement And Mentorship Of Adults In Community Spaces, Rebecca Bourgault

International Journal of Lifelong Learning in Art Education

In this article, I share insights from research and experience working as a teaching artist and mentor inside and outside traditional institutions. I investigate how relational and contemplative pedagogies promote and sustain authentic relationships of reciprocity. Narrating recent experiments with mentoring practices that emerged from the cultural landscapes of adults engaged in arts learning, the paper highlights new connections discovered through a research model borrowed from intuitive inquiry. Findings are presented as reflective stories, journal entries, or field notes gathered while mentoring graduate art education students and participating in a community of practice in the visual arts. The article demonstrates ...


Records, 1999-2017, General Education Council Sep 2022

Records, 1999-2017, General Education Council

University Archives Finding Aids

No abstract provided.


The Impact Of Tabata-Style Workouts On Young Runners' Ability To Sprint 200 Meters With Strength And Speed, As Measured By The Kinetic Energy Index, Muntadher Mohammed Ali, Ali Abdul Hassan Hussain, Mokhalad Mohammed Jasim Sep 2022

The Impact Of Tabata-Style Workouts On Young Runners' Ability To Sprint 200 Meters With Strength And Speed, As Measured By The Kinetic Energy Index, Muntadher Mohammed Ali, Ali Abdul Hassan Hussain, Mokhalad Mohammed Jasim

Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences

The importance of the research is reflected in studying the effect of Tabata-style exercises for performance stages in the strength characteristic of speed and the achievement of 200 meters for runners under 20 years old.

As for the research problem: by following up and informing the researchers of the exercises of runners under 20 years old, they noticed the large number of trainers’ reliance on commonly applied training methods and methods and their lack of use of modern training methods, including the Tabata method, which is one of the modern training methods that have occurred recently, in which high-intensity training ...


The Impact Of The Inverted Learning Strategy On Students' Development Of The Most Important Visual Abilities And Volleyball Reception Performance, Hussein Rahim Jabr, Wissam Riad Hussein Sep 2022

The Impact Of The Inverted Learning Strategy On Students' Development Of The Most Important Visual Abilities And Volleyball Reception Performance, Hussein Rahim Jabr, Wissam Riad Hussein

Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences

The purpose of this paper is to identifying the effect of the inverted learning strategy in developing the most important visual abilities and performing the skill of serve receive in volleyball for students. The experimental approach was used to design the two equal groups, and the research community was represented in the third stage students in the College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, the University of Kufa for the academic year 2020/2021, who numbered (85). Students and the research sample included (28) students, with (14) students for each of the control group and the experimental group. The most ...


The Effect Of An Educational Program Using The Murder Strategy (M.U.R.D.E.R) In Learning The Skill Of Smashing Volleyball For Students, Abbas Khalil Ali, Firas Suhail Ibrahim Sep 2022

The Effect Of An Educational Program Using The Murder Strategy (M.U.R.D.E.R) In Learning The Skill Of Smashing Volleyball For Students, Abbas Khalil Ali, Firas Suhail Ibrahim

Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences

Volleyball is one of the most important courses for second-year students in the Faculties of Physical Education and Sports Science. When the researcher followed the learning process of this material, he noticed a weakness in learning the ability to hit the breaking ball in volleyball. As a result, the researcher decided to employ the strategy (M.U.R.D.E.R.) in teaching students how to smash hits in volleyball. Which have an effect on innovation and attract the learner's attention, so he wanted to demonstrate it in volleyball teaching and measure its impact on skill learning within the ...


The Impact Of Deaf Players' Communication Device With Coach (Patent 6701) On Directing Management In Football Match, Ala' Jabar Abood, Nahida Abed Zaid Baeiw Sep 2022

The Impact Of Deaf Players' Communication Device With Coach (Patent 6701) On Directing Management In Football Match, Ala' Jabar Abood, Nahida Abed Zaid Baeiw

Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences

The football coach manages the match by directing his players and exerting a great effort in this mission. However, this effort is duplicated with those unhealthy players, such as those who challenge with their disabilities (deaf category). In fact, the coach sometimes finds himself unable to deliver the instructions to his players in the critical moments of the match because they do not pay attention to him since they are busy with the match. This is because they suffer from lack of communication due to their hearing loss. Thus, the research aims to state the impact of the innovative electronic ...


The Impact Of Deaf Players' Communication Device With Referee (Patent 6738) On Time Management In Football Match, Ala' Jabar Abood Sep 2022

The Impact Of Deaf Players' Communication Device With Referee (Patent 6738) On Time Management In Football Match, Ala' Jabar Abood

Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences

Sports scientists have been interested in the game of football, and technology has entered it, through the introduction of many devices and tools, which help to find a solution to its problems, and to develop it, the latest of which is the video referee technology (VAR), which achieves justice in some of the decisions taken by the referee during the match. The game of football is played by deaf players, and the same rules of the game are applied to them that apply to normal players, but a referee carries a flag with the whistle, to warn them when a ...


The Impact Of A Training Field On The Development Of Some Physiological Variables In The Elderly (60-65 Years Old), Ali Adel Hasan Al-Muhanna, Ahmed Youssef Miteb Al-Hasnawi Sep 2022

The Impact Of A Training Field On The Development Of Some Physiological Variables In The Elderly (60-65 Years Old), Ali Adel Hasan Al-Muhanna, Ahmed Youssef Miteb Al-Hasnawi

Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences

Every human being requires a high level of physical fitness as well as the availability of a good health condition. It necessitates consistent participation in sports activities, which should be done with conscious awareness and understanding of their significance.

The researchers' observations of the elderly category diagnose the suffering experienced by this age group as a result of the rapid decline and deterioration in biokinetic abilities, as well as the sport environment in their society, which is considered to be a poor environment in which there are no playgrounds, and if there are, they are not appropriate for their ages ...


The Effects Of Functional Exercise On Some Biomotor Abilities In The Elderly (60-65), Ali Adel Hasan Al-Muhanna, Ahmed Youssef Miteb Al-Hasnawi Sep 2022

The Effects Of Functional Exercise On Some Biomotor Abilities In The Elderly (60-65), Ali Adel Hasan Al-Muhanna, Ahmed Youssef Miteb Al-Hasnawi

Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences

In order to achieve a good and safe level of public health, individuals must practice various types of exercise, such as running, swimming, cycling and others, due to the important physiological changes that athletic training induces in the body, which works to develop important biokinetic abilities to efficiently perform daily life functions and others. The study's goal was to create functional exercises to help the elderly (60-65 years old) develop some of their biomotor abilities and to determine the effect of functional exercises on some of their biokinetic abilities. The researchers employed the experimental method, creating two equal groups ...