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Reinvigorating The Post-Covid Gen Z English Major, Gaby Bedetti May 2024

Reinvigorating The Post-Covid Gen Z English Major, Gaby Bedetti

Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence

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The decline in English majors has energized instructors to upskill for the post-COVID Gen Z student. Toward that end, this small-scale (n=20), one-semester study of an upper-division literature class identifies the preferred learning styles of English majors at a public comprehensive regional university in Kentucky. The participants represent national English major demographics. The research methods are quantitative and qualitative. Eight figures and an appendix are included. Three guidelines emerge for responding to the needs of Gen Z students: 1) keep communication brief, 2) co-create, and 3) interact in-person. The findings about …


Spring Music Series (April 25-28, 2024), Lindenwood University Apr 2024

Spring Music Series (April 25-28, 2024), Lindenwood University

Student Music Performance Programs

Event program for the Spring Music Series (April 25-28, 2024), Lindenwood University.


Spring Concerts (April 22, 23, 2024), Lindenwood University Apr 2024

Spring Concerts (April 22, 23, 2024), Lindenwood University

Student Music Performance Programs

Event program for the Spring Concerts (April 22, 23, 2024), Lindenwood University.


...The End (April 18, 20, 2024), Lindenwood University Apr 2024

...The End (April 18, 20, 2024), Lindenwood University

Student Dance Programs

Event program for ...The End (April 18, 20, 2024), Lindenwood University.


The Beginning Of... (April 17, 19, 2024), Lindenwood University Apr 2024

The Beginning Of... (April 17, 19, 2024), Lindenwood University

Student Dance Programs

Event program for The Beginning of... (April 17, 19, 2024), Lindenwood University.


Ordinary Days (April 10-13, 2024), Lindenwood University Apr 2024

Ordinary Days (April 10-13, 2024), Lindenwood University

Student Theatre Programs

Event program for Ordinary Days (April 10-13, 2024), Lindenwood University.

To view the photos from this production of Ordinary Days, please click here.


Voices Only Reunion Concert (March 23, 2024), Lindenwood University Mar 2024

Voices Only Reunion Concert (March 23, 2024), Lindenwood University

Student Music Performance Programs

Event program for the Voices Only Reunion Concert (March 23, 2024).


The Degree Of Public School Teachers' Practice Of Moral Education In Irbid Governorate From The Parents' Point Of View, أثير الكوري, علي السندي, ميرنا زريقات Mar 2024

The Degree Of Public School Teachers' Practice Of Moral Education In Irbid Governorate From The Parents' Point Of View, أثير الكوري, علي السندي, ميرنا زريقات

Jerash for Research and Studies Journal مجلة جرش للبحوث والدراسات

The study aimed to identify the degree of public school teachers' practice of moral education in Irbid governorate from the parents' point of view. The study followed the descriptive survey method, and the study used a questionnaire consisting of (14) items to collect its data. It consisted of two areas: the teacher's role in the school, and the school's role in applying moral education. Its validity and reliability were confirmed. The study sample consisted of (280) parents. Where they were chosen randomly. The results of the study showed that the degree of public school teachers' practice of moral education in …


The Degree Of Public School Teachers' Practice Of Moral Education In Irbid Governorate From The Parents' Point Of View, أثير حسني الكوري, علي كاظم السندي, ميرنا سامي زريقات Mar 2024

The Degree Of Public School Teachers' Practice Of Moral Education In Irbid Governorate From The Parents' Point Of View, أثير حسني الكوري, علي كاظم السندي, ميرنا سامي زريقات

Jerash for Research and Studies Journal مجلة جرش للبحوث والدراسات

The study aimed to identify the degree of public school teachers' practice of moral education in Irbid governorate from the parents' point of view. The study followed the descriptive survey method, and the study used a questionnaire consisting of (14) items to collect its data. It consisted of two areas: the teacher's role in the school, and the school's role in applying moral education. Its validity and reliability were confirmed. The study sample consisted of (280) parents. Where they were chosen randomly. The results of the study showed that the degree of public school teachers' practice of moral education in …


The Winter's Tale (February 21-24, 2024), William Shakespeare Feb 2024

The Winter's Tale (February 21-24, 2024), William Shakespeare

Student Theatre Programs

Event program for The Winter's Tale (February 21-24, 2024).

To view the photos from this production of The Winter's Tale, please click here.


Winter Dance Concert (January 25-27, 2024), Lindenwood University Jan 2024

Winter Dance Concert (January 25-27, 2024), Lindenwood University

Student Dance Programs

Event program for the Winter Dance Concert (January 25-27, 2024).


Swastikas At Swat And Student Holocaust Memorial Culture, Nathanael D. Brown Jan 2024

Swastikas At Swat And Student Holocaust Memorial Culture, Nathanael D. Brown

Swarthmore Undergraduate History Journal

A series of antisemitic incidents on the campus of Swarthmore College in 2016 invoked a larger memory culture of the Holocaust for Jewish students. This phenomenon was not an aberration, but rather the product of a well-documented effort by Jewish organizations to create a Holocaust memorial culture that would leave a lasting impact on those who experienced it, especially students. By researching the larger picture of how Holocaust Memory culture was created, and using that and Maurice Halbwachs's “lieu de mémoire'' method of historiography as frameworks, we gain insight into how some Jewish students’ perceptions of antisemitism in 2016 were …


Zooming In On Zebrafish Findings, Lydia Post Jan 2024

Zooming In On Zebrafish Findings, Lydia Post

The Voice

No abstract provided.


Supporting Christian Gen Z Undergraduates Through Life Setbacks By Equipping Spiritual Directors, Brandon Taylor Jan 2024

Supporting Christian Gen Z Undergraduates Through Life Setbacks By Equipping Spiritual Directors, Brandon Taylor

Doctor of Ministry

The project within this portfolio seeks to help Christian Gen Z undergraduates at Biola University navigate setbacks in a way that fortifies their faith. Both anecdotal evidence at Biola and survey data demonstrate that Gen Z required increased support and intervention when they reached college campuses in the mid 2010’s. The American College Health Association has surveyed hundreds of thousands of Gen Z college students over the past seven years and found as far back as 2016 that 87.1 percent of the 27,787 undergraduate respondents to their Fall 2016 survey said they felt “overwhelmed by all they had to do'' …


To What Extent Does Lighting Affect Students’ Preference For Seating In The Georgia Southern University Henderson Library?, Hailey M. Hawkins Jan 2024

To What Extent Does Lighting Affect Students’ Preference For Seating In The Georgia Southern University Henderson Library?, Hailey M. Hawkins

Honors College Theses

This study highlights the importance of lighting in academic library spaces, specifically in relation to students' seating choices and overall experience. The research is significant as it emphasizes the role that environmental factors can play in creating a conducive learning environment for students. The study utilized a mixed-methods approach, which combines quantitative and qualitative data collection methods to provide a comprehensive understanding of students' lighting preferences. The quantitative data collected through open observations and the use of a light meter provided insights into the relationship between lighting and seating choices. The qualitative data collected through questionnaires helped to understand the …


The Role Of Leaders In Implementing Effective Leadership Strategies Towards The Educational Barriers Of Us-Based Refugee Students: A Qualitative Case Study Of Congolese Refugee Students, Faustin Busane Dec 2023

The Role Of Leaders In Implementing Effective Leadership Strategies Towards The Educational Barriers Of Us-Based Refugee Students: A Qualitative Case Study Of Congolese Refugee Students, Faustin Busane

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

This qualitative research study explored the experiences of three families of refugee school students, two school officials (a Superintendent and a Principal), three teachers, and one humanitarian agent all living in a Southeastern U.S. city. The results of the study revealed that the language barrier is the main academic challenge that refugee students encounter when they enroll in U.S. schools. The study also found that educators conceptualize their responsibilities toward refugee children by emphasizing the importance of high-quality teaching, and establishing through establishing strong relationships between parents, school officials, and exercising patience in the process. This study poses important implications …


Winter Music Series (November 30, December 1-2, 2023), Lindenwood University Nov 2023

Winter Music Series (November 30, December 1-2, 2023), Lindenwood University

Student Music Performance Programs

Event program for the Winter Music Series (November 30, December 1-2, 2023).


Holiday Concert (November 28, 2023), Lindenwood University Nov 2023

Holiday Concert (November 28, 2023), Lindenwood University

Student Music Performance Programs

Event program for Holiday Concert (November 28, 2023)


Fall Music Series (November 17, 20, 2023), Lindenwood University Nov 2023

Fall Music Series (November 17, 20, 2023), Lindenwood University

Student Music Performance Programs

Event program for the Fall Music Series (November 17, 20, 2023).


Fall Dance Concert (November 9-11, 2023), Lindenwood University Nov 2023

Fall Dance Concert (November 9-11, 2023), Lindenwood University

Student Dance Programs

Event program for the Fall Dance Concert (November 9-11, 2023).


Carrie, The Musical (October 26-28, 2023), Stephen King Oct 2023

Carrie, The Musical (October 26-28, 2023), Stephen King

Student Theatre Programs

Event program for Carrie, The Musical (October 26-28, 2023).

To view the photos from this production of Carrie, The Musical, please click here.


Kodachrome (September 27-30, 2023), Adam Szymkowicz Sep 2023

Kodachrome (September 27-30, 2023), Adam Szymkowicz

Student Theatre Programs

Event program for Kodachrome (September 27-30, 2023).

To view the photos from this production of Kodachrome, please click here.


Satori 2023, Madeline Schonitzer, Izabella Setla, Briana Strohbehn, Emily Venné, Madison Grove, Keaton Riebel, Catherine Fruzyna, Esther Stoy, Willow Swinbank, Arin Hendrickson, Brianna Strohbehn, Page Sutton, Augusta Drenckhahn, Patricia Corbera, Madi Bonebright, Savannah Egger, Danica Kilibarda, Tyler Janssen, Lily Gruenhagen, Beth L. Halleck, Daniel Schulz, Emma Rabehl May 2023

Satori 2023, Madeline Schonitzer, Izabella Setla, Briana Strohbehn, Emily Venné, Madison Grove, Keaton Riebel, Catherine Fruzyna, Esther Stoy, Willow Swinbank, Arin Hendrickson, Brianna Strohbehn, Page Sutton, Augusta Drenckhahn, Patricia Corbera, Madi Bonebright, Savannah Egger, Danica Kilibarda, Tyler Janssen, Lily Gruenhagen, Beth L. Halleck, Daniel Schulz, Emma Rabehl

Satori Literary Magazine

The Satori is a student literary publication that expresses the artistic spirit of the students of Winona State University. Student poetry, prose, and graphic art are published in the Satori every spring since 1970.

The Satori 2023 editors are Gabriel Hathaway, Van Herman, Madeline Schonitzer, Brianna Strohbehn, Page Sutton, Willow Swinbank, and Emily Venné. The Satori 2023 faculty advisor is Dr. Jim Armstrong, Professor of English.


The Effects Of Gender On Students’ Learning, Savannah Mansfield May 2023

The Effects Of Gender On Students’ Learning, Savannah Mansfield

Capstone Projects and Master's Theses

There are many struggles students face when pursuing an education. These barriers often leave students weary and disheartened, dreading the seven hours a day they are forced to spend at an institution that does not value their needs or identity. This paper will focus on how gender affects students’ learning in schools. In particular, it will discuss the sexualization of feminine-presenting students, the assumption of violence in masculine-presenting students, and the failure to provide safe and inclusive environments for gender-nonconforming students. All of this will be examined through the lens of gender’s effect on relationships within the education system, as …


A Thin Line Or Intimations Of Violence, Saul A. Rodriguez May 2023

A Thin Line Or Intimations Of Violence, Saul A. Rodriguez

Theses and Dissertations

This thesis is meant to be an honest discussion about the state of literature from the perspective of a student. Each chapter deals with a different aspect of writing, whether it be putting pen to paper, garnering sufficient experience to achieve verisimilitude, or dealing with critique. Interspersed between the essays are fiction vignettes.

The nonfiction aspects of this body of work are inspired by the voices of philosophers and traditional essayists alike: people such as Fyodor Dostoevsky, T.S. Eliot, Aristotle, D.H. Lawrence, Henry Adams, and Ralph Ellison. The topic of liminality regarding culture and migration is also addressed, mainly through …


Growing In Global Perspectives: A Book Conversation Of Reading The Bible Around The World, Hannah Landman, Jaelyn Dragt, Eoghan Holdahl, Joya Schreurs, Susan Wang Apr 2023

Growing In Global Perspectives: A Book Conversation Of Reading The Bible Around The World, Hannah Landman, Jaelyn Dragt, Eoghan Holdahl, Joya Schreurs, Susan Wang

Student Work

"... God uses the oppressed to represent Jesus, the Savior, in [the Good Neighbor] story."

Posting about the book Reading the Bible Around the World from In All Things - an online journal for critical reflection on faith, culture, art, and every ordinary-yet-graced square inch of God’s creation.

https://inallthings.org/growing-in-global-perspectives-a-book-conversation-of-reading-the-bible-around-the-world/



Growing In Global Perspectives: A Review Of Reading The Bible Around The World, Eoghan Holdahl, Jaelyn Dragt, Joya Schreurs, Susan Wang, Hannah Landman Apr 2023

Growing In Global Perspectives: A Review Of Reading The Bible Around The World, Eoghan Holdahl, Jaelyn Dragt, Joya Schreurs, Susan Wang, Hannah Landman

Student Work

"Effects of colonization, refuge seeking, and persecution affect how communities interpret meaning in Scripture."

Posting about ­­­­­­­­the book Reading the Bible Around the World from In All Things - an online journal for critical reflection on faith, culture, art, and every ordinary-yet-graced square inch of God’s creation.

https://inallthings.org/growing-in-global-perspectives-a-review-of-reading-the-bible-around-the-world/


Teaching In Medicine, Saleena Nasary Apr 2023

Teaching In Medicine, Saleena Nasary

be Still

Writing this piece helped me tap into my feelings and reflect on how far I've come professionally and mentally.


Hardly Working: The Labor Concerns Of Graduate Student Assistants In Writing Programs, Lily Victoria Howard-Hill Apr 2023

Hardly Working: The Labor Concerns Of Graduate Student Assistants In Writing Programs, Lily Victoria Howard-Hill

Theses and Dissertations

The instructors of undergraduate writing courses are very often graduate students who exist in a space between student and teacher, subsequently shouldering a dual burden of responsibility. This is particularly the case in freshman writing and composition classes. Graduate students that hold assistantships and work in writing programs have a number of concerns related to their academic labor, specifically the benefits and compensation they receive in exchange for their work. To further illustrate these issues, this project offers the results of an IRB-approved study that highlights the tight connection between graduate student assistants’ working conditions, the financial and material benefits …


Relationship Building For Evangelism Among English Language Learners In China, Ryan Jensen Apr 2023

Relationship Building For Evangelism Among English Language Learners In China, Ryan Jensen

Great Commission Research Journal

This empirical research revealed that relationship-building by missionaries among English language learners in China was a factor that facilitated their verbal communication of the gospel. For this study, I interviewed 15 missionaries who were identified by various leaders as being active in evangelism and who had shared the gospel with at least 10 Chinese people in the last year that they were on the field. Participants explained that they used the strategy of “funneling” interactions with Chinese individuals by narrowing down a large number of people with whom they had contact to a select few who were interested in spiritual …