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A Geospatial Analysis Of A Transit Program On California Community College Students, Alicia Kathryn De Toro Apr 2018

A Geospatial Analysis Of A Transit Program On California Community College Students, Alicia Kathryn De Toro

Doctoral Dissertations

Subsidized transit policy is a strategy used to lessen environmental impacts and increase institutional accessibility in higher education. Program funding to support this subsidized transit policy can vary between institutions. This research focuses on the geographic analysis of Eco Pass, a student led initiative implemented in the Foothill De Anza Community College District in California to offset transportation costs for students. Through the use of Environmental Science Research Institute software, the research aimed to determine which geographic areas, if any, were of high and low probability of Eco Pass use from data during 2011-2017 using Tobler’s first law of ...


Walking The Line Between Reality And Fiction In Online Spaces: Understanding The Effects Of Narrative Transportation, Sarah Gretter, Aman Yadav, Benjamin W. Gleason Jan 2017

Walking The Line Between Reality And Fiction In Online Spaces: Understanding The Effects Of Narrative Transportation, Sarah Gretter, Aman Yadav, Benjamin W. Gleason

Education Publications

Recent contentions about "fake news" and misinformation online has shed light on the critical need for media literacy at a global scale. Indeed, digital stories are one of the main forms of communication in the 21st century through blogs, videos-sharing websites, forums, or social networks. However, the line between facts and fiction can often become blurry in these online spaces, and being able to distinguish between reality and fantasy can have important consequences in the lives of young Internet users. Using contemporary examples from news stories, fan- fiction, advertising, and radicalization, this article outlines the features, affordances, and real-life implications ...


Policy Perspectives On State Elementary And Secondary Public Education Finance Systems In The United States, Deborah A. Verstegen Apr 2016

Policy Perspectives On State Elementary And Secondary Public Education Finance Systems In The United States, Deborah A. Verstegen

Educational Considerations

The purpose of this article is to describe and compare individual state funding systems for public elementary and secondary education in the United States.


Beefing Up The Beef Transport System, Lindsey Elliott Sep 2015

Beefing Up The Beef Transport System, Lindsey Elliott

Seek

Electrical and computer engineering, psychological sciences, agricultural economics and veterinary epidemiology. These may not be the first disciplines you think of when it comes to solving issues in the beef industry, but a team of Kansas State University researchers believes the complex beef transportation system can be improved by using tools from their fields.


The George-Anne Aug 2013

The George-Anne

The George-Anne

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The George-Anne Jul 2012

The George-Anne

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The George-Anne Jun 2012

The George-Anne

The George-Anne

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The Grizzly, October 10, 1980, Thomas A. Reilly, Diane Niemy, Leah Whitman, Karen L. Reese, Alan Miller, Deborah Scimeca, Robert Chevaller, Carl Buck, Kenneth C. Taylor, Elizabeth P. Harp, John Squire, David Garner, Jean Morrison, Brian Ballard, James Wilson Oct 1980

The Grizzly, October 10, 1980, Thomas A. Reilly, Diane Niemy, Leah Whitman, Karen L. Reese, Alan Miller, Deborah Scimeca, Robert Chevaller, Carl Buck, Kenneth C. Taylor, Elizabeth P. Harp, John Squire, David Garner, Jean Morrison, Brian Ballard, James Wilson

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Alternative Housing Investigated • Unchanged since 1960: Activity Fee Increase Likely • Freshman Class Select Officers • Work Stalled On Campus Beautification • Bermans Give Sculpture To College • Ursinus News In Brief: Student chemistry group honored; Study skills workshop to be repeated; College appoints pol sci lecturer • Off-Campus Houses Rewired • Fast Method Discovered for Wismer • African Politics Subject of Oct. 15 Forum • IF Council, USGA Host Fall Picnic • Inactive Alarm System Questioned • Steranko Plays To Sparse Crowd • The Art of Procrastination • Toga! Toga! Toga! • New Ritter Center Dedicated • How To Get To Philly Without A Car • Guide To Ursinus Vocabulary • Science Fiction Books Discussion ...


The Grizzly, September 19, 1980, Thomas A. Reilly, Deborah Scimeca, Kevin O'Neill, Karen L. Reese, Jennifer Bassett, John Squire, Larry Muscarella, Howard Miller, Ross Schwalm, Christine Battle, Ann Edris, Elizabeth P. Harp, Barbara Foley, Carol A. Hykel, Kay Buckwalter, Pat Keenan, Susan Colaiezzi, Amy Angst, David Garner, J. Paul Ii, Brian Ballard, Jean Morrison Sep 1980

The Grizzly, September 19, 1980, Thomas A. Reilly, Deborah Scimeca, Kevin O'Neill, Karen L. Reese, Jennifer Bassett, John Squire, Larry Muscarella, Howard Miller, Ross Schwalm, Christine Battle, Ann Edris, Elizabeth P. Harp, Barbara Foley, Carol A. Hykel, Kay Buckwalter, Pat Keenan, Susan Colaiezzi, Amy Angst, David Garner, J. Paul Ii, Brian Ballard, Jean Morrison

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Reagan, Anderson Leading Carter In Campus Poll • Wismer Lunch Off to Optimistic Start • Explosive Bomb Found At NMD • College Van Policy Drastically Revised • Campus Expands With Enrollment • Bad Conditions Haunt New Women's Dorm • Kane Appointed As New Executive Assistant • Ursinus Still Packing Them In • Ursinus News In Brief: Myrin Hosts Davison Exhibit; Davies Promoted In Admissions • TG Annex Almost Complete • Evening School Expands Services • Freshmen Class & USGA Treasurer Elections Coming Soon • Ron Baltz and Jenny Perform • Ritter Center To Open October 4 • For The Musically Inclined • WRUC - On The Air? • "Yes" A "Maybe" • Alternatives To "Typical Parties" • The Rush Is On • Switchboard Under New Operation • Police Rally To Cut Down Thefts • 1978 Alumnus Selected To Receive Award • Freshmen Offer Good Stats And Great Figures • Pre-Medical Evaluation Committee Reorganized • Bomberger Tower Finally To Be Replaced • Booters Sloppy in Close Call Over Drew • Delta Pi, ZX Defend Title; Intramural Football Underway • MAC Title: Cross Country Goal • Lack of Offense Hurts in Loss to Alfred • Hockey Starts Strong at Penn State Tourney


The Ursinus Weekly, December 12, 1955, Richard Winchester, Alfred L. Creager, Ismar Schorsch, Christopher Rohm, Lawrence C. Foard Dec 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, December 12, 1955, Richard Winchester, Alfred L. Creager, Ismar Schorsch, Christopher Rohm, Lawrence C. Foard

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dr. Gilbert Bayne, an Ursinus graduate, speaks tonight • Ursinus Women's Club offers gift • Payments due this week on 1956 Ruby • Meistersingers first performance a success • WSGA, MSGA plan Christmas dance for Wed. evening • Contest begun by Chesterfield Co. • Chess team opens season by defeating F&M, 4 to 1 • Drum, Levin, Earle, Fretz, Blood honored at senior prom Friday night • Carol sings and worship programs highlight "Y" Christmas activities • Debaters split in recent events • Members chosen for Pi Nu Epsilon • Fraternity row • Chi Alpha to hold service Thursday • Editorial: What is thinking? • Student opinion varies on how to spend an ideal Christmas vacation • Living on a Christian campus • Letters to the editor • Two suggestions are offered to cure insomnia at Ursinus • New faces in starting spots aid Bruins; "Shoes" hopeful • Ursinus Cubs open against F&M Tues. • Bruin cagers cop initial win over Nat. Aggies 63-55 • Bears' hide carried home by Indians in tight 80-64 win • Champs return to help racket squad • Bell tower