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Fifty Years Later, The Class Of '68 Remembers, James C. Schaap Nov 2018

Fifty Years Later, The Class Of '68 Remembers, James C. Schaap

Dordt Voice, 2016-

No abstract provided.


Arcade Exhibit Showcases Rwu History Professor’S Research, Edward Fitzpatrick Jun 2018

Arcade Exhibit Showcases Rwu History Professor’S Research, Edward Fitzpatrick

Featured News Story

Research focuses on the Narragansett Pacer, the first “truly American” breed of horse, featured in “The Last of the Mohicans”.


6 Questions On: Providing Expert Witness Testimony For Asylum-Seekers, Jill Rodrigues Jun 2018

6 Questions On: Providing Expert Witness Testimony For Asylum-Seekers, Jill Rodrigues

Featured News Story

No abstract provided.


Rwu Students Work With Organization That Helps Intellectually Disabled Students Transition To Jobs, Juan Siliezar Jun 2018

Rwu Students Work With Organization That Helps Intellectually Disabled Students Transition To Jobs, Juan Siliezar

Featured News Story

This hands-on experience shows how community-engaged writing projects help students develop key writing, teamwork and research skills.


Rwu Students Design Graphics And Website For R.I.’S First Teen Recovery Center, Juan Siliezar Jun 2018

Rwu Students Design Graphics And Website For R.I.’S First Teen Recovery Center, Juan Siliezar

Featured News Story

Students partnered with The Providence Center to develop graphics and a fully functioning website for the organization’s new teen center.


Rwu Graduate Wins Tony Award As A Producer Of “The Band’S Visit”, Edward Fitzpatrick Jun 2018

Rwu Graduate Wins Tony Award As A Producer Of “The Band’S Visit”, Edward Fitzpatrick

Featured News Story

Roger Williams University alumnus Charlie Stone received a Tony Award on June 10 as a producer of “The Band’s Visit,” which swept the Radio City Music Hall ceremonies with 10 awards, including best new musical.


Alumnotes, Summer 2018, Cedarville University Jun 2018

Alumnotes, Summer 2018, Cedarville University

Alumnotes

No abstract provided.


2018 Commencement Speech, Miriam Bensalah-Chaqroun May 2018

2018 Commencement Speech, Miriam Bensalah-Chaqroun

Commencement

No abstract provided.


Marching Toward The Finish​, Juan Siliezar May 2018

Marching Toward The Finish​, Juan Siliezar

Featured News Story

A quick look at the work master's of architecture students are presenting as part of their graduate thesis.


Examining Alumni Perceptions Of Social And Cultural Capital Accumulation Through Ursinus’S Summer Fellows Program, Sydney Dickson Apr 2018

Examining Alumni Perceptions Of Social And Cultural Capital Accumulation Through Ursinus’S Summer Fellows Program, Sydney Dickson

Anthropology Honors Papers

A common offering among undergraduate institutions is an intensive summer research program, which allows students to complete a project independently without any other academic obligations. These programs are designed to foster useful skills, valuable relationships, and scholarly work. Ursinus College, a small liberal arts college in Pennsylvania, has such a program: Summer Fellows. With colleges attempting to appeal to a decreasing number of high-achieving applicants, student desire to pursue intellectual interests, and employers looking for skilled job candidates, it is worthwhile to examine the perceived efficacy of this program. This paper utilizes the perspectives of alumni reflecting on what they ...


History Mysteries: Crowdsourcing To Involve Alumni With Swosu's Institutional Repository, Phillip Fitzsimmons, April Miller Apr 2018

History Mysteries: Crowdsourcing To Involve Alumni With Swosu's Institutional Repository, Phillip Fitzsimmons, April Miller

Faculty Articles & Research

Crowdsourcing is the strategy Southwestern Oklahoma State University Libraries is using to fill in the gaps for many unidentified images in the SWOSU Digital Commons (https://dc.swosu.edu/). A photo gallery was created of some of the repository's unidentified images of persons, events and activities. An intriguing title - "History Mysteries" - was chosen to attract attention, and the page requested help from the public in identifying the unnamed items in the photographs. SWOSU Libraries began promoting the page during he SWOSU Homecoming in 2016, which was the 20th anniversary of winning the NAIA Football Championship. The increased number of ...


Learning To Market A Labor Of Love, Juan Siliezar Apr 2018

Learning To Market A Labor Of Love, Juan Siliezar

Featured News Story

To help take a small business to the next level, RWU students learn the art it takes to make its signature treat.


The Alumni Connection: Tv Producer Shares Field-Reporting Experience With Journalism Students, Jill Rodrigues Apr 2018

The Alumni Connection: Tv Producer Shares Field-Reporting Experience With Journalism Students, Jill Rodrigues

Featured News Story

Kathleen Kiely ’13 takes students into the field as she reports for WCVB TV’s “Chronicle”. Jill Rodrigues.


Institutional Advancement At Historically Black Community Colleges: A Multi-Case Study, Lakeisha S. Carter Apr 2018

Institutional Advancement At Historically Black Community Colleges: A Multi-Case Study, Lakeisha S. Carter

Theses and Dissertations

In this multi-case study, three cases were studied and four participants were interviewed to understand institutional advancement (IA) at historically Black community colleges (HBCCs) and how the institutional advancement professionals engage the alumni in the fundraising process. The results of this study are presented in this dissertation and illuminate the work of the IA professionals at HBCCs. The participants reported what institutional advancement looks like at each individual HBCCs. This study shows the commonalities and differences in IA at HBCCs and the professionals' perceptions of their interactions with alumni. The professionals discussed the fundraising challenges for advancement at HBCCs. Finally ...


News From The Graduate School - Allied Health, Otterbein University Apr 2018

News From The Graduate School - Allied Health, Otterbein University

Graduate School

Newsletter that provides updates from the Graduate School and the Allied Health Graduate Program.


News From The Graduate School - Nursing, Otterbein University Apr 2018

News From The Graduate School - Nursing, Otterbein University

Graduate School

Newsletter that provides updates from the Graduate School and the Nursing Graduate Program.


News From The Graduate School - Education, Otterbein University Apr 2018

News From The Graduate School - Education, Otterbein University

Graduate School

Newsletter that provides updates from the Graduate School and the Education Graduate Program.


News From The Graduate School - Educational Mathematics, Otterbein University Apr 2018

News From The Graduate School - Educational Mathematics, Otterbein University

Graduate School

Newsletter that provides updates from the Graduate School and the Educational Mathematics Graduate Program.


News From The Graduate School - Masters Of Business Administration, Otterbein University Apr 2018

News From The Graduate School - Masters Of Business Administration, Otterbein University

Graduate School

Newsletter that provides updates from the Graduate School and the MBA Graduate Program.


Bristol/Rwu Cooperative Committee Accepting Applications From Local Groups, Individuals, Edward Fitzpatrick Mar 2018

Bristol/Rwu Cooperative Committee Accepting Applications From Local Groups, Individuals, Edward Fitzpatrick

Featured News Story

Spring is in the air, so that means it’s time for local groups and residents to submit applications for the Fund for Civic Activities, run by the Town of Bristol/Roger Williams University Cooperative Committee.


The Roots Of Racism And The Challenge Of “White Fragility”, Edward Fitzpatrick Mar 2018

The Roots Of Racism And The Challenge Of “White Fragility”, Edward Fitzpatrick

Featured News Story

The New York Times on March 19 reported that a sweeping new study found that black boys in America end up earning less than white boys with similar backgrounds, even when they’re raised in wealthy, two-parent families in good neighborhoods.


Alumnotes, Spring 2018, Cedarville University Mar 2018

Alumnotes, Spring 2018, Cedarville University

Alumnotes

No abstract provided.


Rwu Stay Break Part I: A Real-World Dive Into R.I.’S Food Insecurity Issues, Jill Rodrigues Mar 2018

Rwu Stay Break Part I: A Real-World Dive Into R.I.’S Food Insecurity Issues, Jill Rodrigues

Featured News Story

Students apply their hands-on lessons in food insecurity issues to make an advocacy pitch to state legislators.


Recruiting For Your Department: The Role Of The Chair, Jennifer Dennis, Stephanie Boss, Mary Dzindolet, Lisa Huffman Mar 2018

Recruiting For Your Department: The Role Of The Chair, Jennifer Dennis, Stephanie Boss, Mary Dzindolet, Lisa Huffman

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

The chairs of an Education, Sports & Exercise Science, and Psychology Departments, and their former dean, share how they have been able to implement innovative recruitment strategies from an academic standpoint to increase enrollment in their departments and in the School of Graduate and Professional Studies.


Impact Report 2018: Equity And Excellence, Illinois Mathematics And Science Academy Mar 2018

Impact Report 2018: Equity And Excellence, Illinois Mathematics And Science Academy

Impact Reports

For over 30 years, the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy (IMSA) has pioneered the future of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education through its two legislative charges: 1) to provide a uniquely challenging education for students talented in the areas of mathematics and science; and 2) to stimulate further excellence for all Illinois schools in mathematics and science. IMSA champions these goals through:

  • Residential education: Helping talented 10th-12th graders representing over 93% of Illinois counties to date reach their fullest potential.
  • Student and educator outreach: Leading the charge to continually innovate K-12 STEM education, creating a strong and diverse ...


Augustana Seniors Fall 1883: John Morén, Patrick Turyna, Abigail Overmann, Jonathan Reaban Jan 2018

Augustana Seniors Fall 1883: John Morén, Patrick Turyna, Abigail Overmann, Jonathan Reaban

Augustana Seniors Fall 1883 (Class of 1884)

John Morén was a senior at Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois, in the fall of 1883. His name appears in the college catalog of 1883 – 1884, along with his birthplace, the year of his birth, and a few other facts. From this start, we researched the genealogy and family history of John Morén. This paper contains a short biography of John Morén, a report on his ancestors, a report on his descendants, and some open questions for further research.


Augustana Seniors Fall 1883: Algott Holmén, Emily Brooks, Grace Carpenter, Morgan Collazo Jan 2018

Augustana Seniors Fall 1883: Algott Holmén, Emily Brooks, Grace Carpenter, Morgan Collazo

Augustana Seniors Fall 1883 (Class of 1884)

Algott Holmén was a senior at Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois, in the fall of 1883. His name appears in the college catalog of 1883 – 1884, along with his birthplace, the year of his birth, and a few other facts. From this start, we researched the genealogy and family history of Algott Holmén. This paper contains a short biography of Algott Holmén, a report on his ancestors, a report on his descendants, and some open questions for further research.


Augustana Seniors Fall 1883: Johan August Frost, Kathryn Boyle, Shelby Limbach, Paul Cabrera Jan 2018

Augustana Seniors Fall 1883: Johan August Frost, Kathryn Boyle, Shelby Limbach, Paul Cabrera

Augustana Seniors Fall 1883 (Class of 1884)

Johan August Frost was a senior at Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois, in the fall of 1883. His name appears in the course catalog from 1883-1884, along with this birthplace, the year of his birth, and a few other facts. From this start we researched the genealogy and family history of Johan August Frost. This paper contains a short biography of Johan August Frost, a report of his ancestors, a report of his descendants, and some open questions for further research.


Augustana Seniors Fall 1883: Gustaf Sven Swenson, Ryan Thornton, Samuel D. Jones, Nathan Black Jan 2018

Augustana Seniors Fall 1883: Gustaf Sven Swenson, Ryan Thornton, Samuel D. Jones, Nathan Black

Augustana Seniors Fall 1883 (Class of 1884)

Gustaf Swenson was a senior at Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois, in the fall of 1883. His name appears in the college catalog of 1883 – 1884, along with his birthplace, the year of his birth, and a few other facts. From this start, we researched the genealogy and family history of Gustaf Swenson. This paper contains a short biography of Gustaf Swenson, a report on his ancestors, a report on his descendants, and some open questions for further research.


Augustana Seniors Fall 1883: William P. Anderson, Giavanna Schwager, Megan Mcdonald, Danielle Williams Jan 2018

Augustana Seniors Fall 1883: William P. Anderson, Giavanna Schwager, Megan Mcdonald, Danielle Williams

Augustana Seniors Fall 1883 (Class of 1884)

William P. Anderson was a senior at Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois, in the fall of 1883. His name appears in the college catalog of 1883 – 1884, along with his birthplace, the year of his birth, and a few other facts. From this start, we researched the genealogy and family history of William P. Anderson. This paper contains a short biography of William P. Anderson, a report on his ancestors, a report on his descendants, and some open questions for further research.