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Not For School, But For Eternal Life: Representing Christ And Reaching The Campus Through Cooperative Ministries, Christian Dresback Apr 2017

Not For School, But For Eternal Life: Representing Christ And Reaching The Campus Through Cooperative Ministries, Christian Dresback

Theology Undergraduate Theses

Carroll College has a history rooted in faith. Founded by the Catholic Diocese of Helena in 1909, the school professes a “special obligation to provide for the spiritual needs of the college community” (Carroll College Mission Statement). Using several sources: Carroll’s mission statement, interviews, and the Bible, this thesis analyzes the challenges and potential opportunities to help Carroll College fulfill its mission to meet the spiritual need of its community. As a result, is argues that the College should provide the College Christian Fellowship (CCF) student slub better support on campus. Doing so will complement the work of the ...


Statistical Retention Analysis Of Enrollment Data At Carroll College, Dustin Dickerson Apr 2010

Statistical Retention Analysis Of Enrollment Data At Carroll College, Dustin Dickerson

Mathematics, Engineering and Computer Science Undergraduate Theses

Organizations around the world hire operations scientists and data analysts to ensure their resources are being used to their maximum potential. Colleges and universities are no exceptions. Admissions offices, in particular, store incredible amounts of data about students who attend their institution. This data includes, but is not limited to, high school GPA, SAT and ACT scores, sex, ethnicity, age, household income, and intended major. What schools hope to learn from this data is two-fold: 1. What kind of student is the school most likely/unlikely to retain until graduation? 2. How effective are new retention programs? Knowing what student ...


“I Wish I Would Have Known: A Guide To Study Abroad”, Nanette Smith Apr 2004

“I Wish I Would Have Known: A Guide To Study Abroad”, Nanette Smith

Education Undergraduate Theses

Where should I go, Mexico or Spain? When I began a year long journey with lifelong results, that was the first question I asked myself. I knew, before I was even a student at Carroll College, that I would spend a year of my college education in a Spanish speaking country, but as a naive, young student that was all I knew. I did not have the slightest notion of how I would get there, the trials I would face while I was there, the pain I would feel when I returned to the United States, or the emotional, intellectual ...


A Call For Criteria, William Monroe Apr 1993

A Call For Criteria, William Monroe

Communication Studies Undergraduate Theses

Defining terms and goals is one of the most important issues in any decision making process. This thesis will examine the role of criteria in CEDA debate. It will begin by examining the history of academic debate and the evolution of CEDA. The role of criteria in both NDT debate and CEDA debate will be examined. It will then examine the past and current theory regarding criteria and the move on to an analysis of two different ways of viewing criteria: criteria as a rule and criteria as a definition. Finally, it will advocate a strict prima facie standard for ...


The History And Use Of Creative Dramatics In The Classroom, Susan Gilboy Apr 1983

The History And Use Of Creative Dramatics In The Classroom, Susan Gilboy

Communication Studies Undergraduate Theses

The term "creative dramatics" has been in existence for a little over fifty years. Yet, the theories that make up creative dramatics have developed over centuries. Winifred Ward had been experimenting with ideas of creative dramatics long before she coined the term in 1930.1 Ward chose to combine the terms "creativity" and "drama" in an attempt to describe the use and purpose of the ideas she had established. It is perhaps best to begin a study in creative dramatics with an investigation of the two terms which define it. Creativity is inventiveness. It is taking "known bits of information ...


The Educator's Roles In The Prevention And Treatment Of Child Abuse And Neglect, John Balkovatz Apr 1981

The Educator's Roles In The Prevention And Treatment Of Child Abuse And Neglect, John Balkovatz

Sociology and Anthropology Undergraduate Theses

The protection of an abused child's safety involves identification, investigation and intervention. The responsibility of teachers and school personnel is to report suspected child abuse. Responsibility for investigation to develop definitive diagnoses and to provide treatment has been specifically assigned by law to other professionals. Teachers and other school personnel can be helpful in combatting child abuse because they have daily contact with most school children. Educators have the opportunity to identify children suspected of being abused before serious damage is done. In many ways, educators can be the primary combatants in the fight against child abuse. We have ...


Comparison Of Departmental Performances Of Motor Skills, Susan Court Apr 1979

Comparison Of Departmental Performances Of Motor Skills, Susan Court

Education Undergraduate Theses

30 students performed in four motor skill tests, 1) Spatial halations, 2) O’Connor Tweezer Dexterity, 3) Bilateral Transfer and 4) Movement Time, For the purpose of experimentation I chose ten students from each area of athletics, biology and dental hygiene. The ten athletes names were given to me by their coaches on the basis of quickness in their sport. All athletes were participating in basketball, with five athletes from the women’s basketball team and the other five from the sen’s basketball team, The ten biology students were more of a random choice. After getting a list of ...