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Catalysts For Change: The Sacralizing Impulse Of The Second Great Awakening And Its Transformative Impact On American Higher Education, Blake S. Hart Apr 2024

Catalysts For Change: The Sacralizing Impulse Of The Second Great Awakening And Its Transformative Impact On American Higher Education, Blake S. Hart

Doctoral Dissertations and Projects

This dissertation delves into the profound impact of the Second Great Awakening on American higher education and its enduring social consequences. Examining the period from the late eighteenth century to the mid-nineteenth century, the research uncovers the core belief that drove the Awakening—that America and its citizens were chosen for a divine purpose, endeavoring to manifest the kingdom of heaven on Earth. It explores how Protestant-led revivalism and social reform movements fueled by this core belief influenced the establishment and evolution of American higher education. Through in-depth case studies of Andover Theological Seminary, Lane Seminary, and Oberlin College, the research …


Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 6, Sacred Heart University Mar 2024

Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 6, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Controversial IVF Law in Alabama Raises Questions on Reproductive Freedom - Inside SHU’s Faculty Peer Coaching Program - Faculty Peer Coaching Program - A Look Into The Music Education Program - Multicultural Center Wisdom Wednesdays - The Comfort of Stuffed Animals for College Students - Professor Produces New Film Featuring Students


The Reality Of Applying The Requirements Of The Flipped Learning Strategy For The Subject Of History For The Upper Basic Stage In Public Schools In The University District In Light Of The Corona Pandemic From The Point Of View Of Its Teachers, نور البياتــي Mar 2024

The Reality Of Applying The Requirements Of The Flipped Learning Strategy For The Subject Of History For The Upper Basic Stage In Public Schools In The University District In Light Of The Corona Pandemic From The Point Of View Of Its Teachers, نور البياتــي

Jerash for Research and Studies Journal مجلة جرش للبحوث والدراسات

This study aims to identify the level of application of the requirements of flipped learning for the subject of history for the upper basic stage in the university district in public schools under the shadow of the Corona pandemic, according to the estimates of its teachers, over the period between the years 2022 and 2023, and also aimed to identify the extent of the existence of statistically significant differences The level of application of flipped learning is attributed to the variable of gender (male, female) & practical experience, according to the responses of history teachers for the upper basic stage …


Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 5, Sacred Heart University Feb 2024

Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 5, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: New Wing to Sing: Naclerio Commons to Become Performing Arts Wing - Changes to the FAFSA Cause Initial Delays - A Whole New Virtual World at the NeXReality Lab - What’s SHU Listening to? - SHU Alum Premiere’s Film At TCL Chinese Theatre - SHU Influencers Take on Fashion Week


Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 4, Sacred Heart University Feb 2024

Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 4, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: The Road to Recovery for Student's Facing Addiction - A "Heart to Heart on College Student Mental Health" - "Destination Senior Week" - A Learning “Playground for Everybody” at the IDEA Lab - Embracing Faith Through Sisterhood - A Guide to SHU Global


Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 3, Sacred Heart University Feb 2024

Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 3, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: SHU to purchase Notre Dame High School for $15 Million -- New Executive Director of Undergraduate Admissions --Mixtape Art Gallery, Eco To-Go at 63's Leaves Students Unimpressed -- SHU Shares Because SHU Cares -- Finding Weekly Peace through Guided Meditation -- Celebrating Love and Laughter: Valentine's Day at SHU -- Sports: Men's Golf Teeing Up for Last NEC Season -- The Powerhouse of Pioneers: Women's Wresting


Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 2, Sacred Heart University Feb 2024

Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 2, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: The Results are in: Student Government Election - SHU's New Distillation Science Certificate Program - Chi-O Goes to Chicago for Leadership Training - FTMA at Sundance - A Heartfelt Impact: Social Work Club - Need to Get Your Nails Done? - Meet 2026 Snowboard Hopeful and SHU Student, Joey Okesson - navigating the News: A Guide to Staying Informed in a Digital Age - Bat Boy Signing at the Edgerton - SHU Celebrates Black History Month - Women's Basketball Leading the NEC


Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University Jan 2024

Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Shu Honorary Doctorate Recipient, Vince McMahon, Resigns from WWE Parent Company Amid Sex Trafficking Allegations - 2 Graduate Students Found Dead in Apartment - SHU Hires New Manager of LGBTQ+ Affairs - SHU Professors Rediscovers Tomb on Dingle Peninsula - Connecting Hearts Through the Office of Community Engagement - In the Classroom: Exploring the Interesting Classes SHU Has to Offer - From Campus to Canvas: Illustration Students Accepted to Competitions - SHU Band Tours the Emerald Isle - SHU Choir Takes Voices Across Borders - Rowing with Heart: Saige Harper Makes Paralympic Team - Cheer Clinches Third at …


Digitizing Delphi: Educating Audiences Through Virtual Reconstruction, Kate Koury Jan 2024

Digitizing Delphi: Educating Audiences Through Virtual Reconstruction, Kate Koury

The Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research

Implementing a 3D model into a virtual space allows the general public to engage critically with archaeological processes. There are many unseen decisions that go into reconstructing an ancient temple. Analysis of available materials and techniques, predictions of how objects were used, decisions of what sources to reference, puzzle piecing broken remains together, and even educated guesses used to fill gaps in information often go unobserved by the public. This work will educate users about those choices by allowing the side-by-side comparison of conflicting theories on the reconstruction of the Tholos at Delphi, which is an ideal site because of …


From Program To Practice: Purpose, Empowerment, And Persistence In Doctoral Education, Laura Beasley, Heather Biedermann, Davidson L. Blanchard, Danilo Lj. Bojic, Erin Carter, Matthew J. Flugum, Sadie Gunnink, Megan L. Hansen, Martha G. Haugerud, Elizabeth Herzog, Matt Howard, James E. Hu Gammon, Yanmei Jiang, Jenna K. Ladd, Patrick W. Leeport, Katey R. Leverson, Regina Mustafa, Lindsey M. Reishus, Kelli Snyder, Ixchell L. Tolentino, Kari Vollrath, Stephanie Walker, A. Brooke Boulton, Joel J. Traver, Steven M. Baule Jan 2024

From Program To Practice: Purpose, Empowerment, And Persistence In Doctoral Education, Laura Beasley, Heather Biedermann, Davidson L. Blanchard, Danilo Lj. Bojic, Erin Carter, Matthew J. Flugum, Sadie Gunnink, Megan L. Hansen, Martha G. Haugerud, Elizabeth Herzog, Matt Howard, James E. Hu Gammon, Yanmei Jiang, Jenna K. Ladd, Patrick W. Leeport, Katey R. Leverson, Regina Mustafa, Lindsey M. Reishus, Kelli Snyder, Ixchell L. Tolentino, Kari Vollrath, Stephanie Walker, A. Brooke Boulton, Joel J. Traver, Steven M. Baule

Education Doctorate Books

The book From Program to Practice: Purpose, Empowerment, and Persistence in Doctoral Education is a collection of graduate student writings from the 2022 summer Education Doctorate Residency at Winona State University.

"As practitioners in education and adjacent fields embark upon their journeys toward earning a doctorate, they soon realize the importance of this collection’s theme: the intersection of purpose, empowerment, and persistence (PEP). These concepts prove critical to a student’s success at all stages of the doctoral process, from program admission, to topic exploration, to graduation. The essays in this collection explore how students define, identify, and leverage “PEP” as …


Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 10, Sacred Heart University Nov 2023

Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 10, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Student Government Hosts Town Hall with Dr. Petillo - Annual Turkey Drive Raises $14,928 - International Education Week - Three Sisters, One Campus: Meet the Catino Family - Local Record Store Becomes Subject of New Reality Series - Curtain Up: New Shows Make Their Broadway Debut - Women's Basketball Shoots for 2nd Consecutive NEC Championship - Down for the Count: Men's Wrestling Season Faces Early Challenges


Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 9, Sacred Heart University Nov 2023

Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 9, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: SHU Introduces Two Muslim Prayer Rooms - Diner Diaries: Behind the Scenes at JP's - Pioneer Guides World Tour - The Beatles "Come Together" for Final Song - Field Hockey Takes Home NEC Championship - Meet Nine-Time NEC Rookie of the Week: Gaby Zovko


Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 8, Sacred Heart University Nov 2023

Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 8, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: The Importance of Media Literacy Amid the Israeli Crisis - Media Literacy and the Israeli Conflict - A Fresh Chapter for Jeff Orrico, SHU's New Librarian - Nursing Students in Guatemala - Beyond the Stage: Celebrities and Voter Impact - Women's Lacrosse Celebrates NEC Championship


Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 7, Sacred Heart University Nov 2023

Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 7, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Chemical Spill in SC -- SHU Hosts Connecticut GOP Panel for Students -- Audrey''s Corner -- Kaiser Wins NEC Athlete of the Week


Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 6, Sacred Heart University Oct 2023

Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 6, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: The State of Israel - Bridgeport Primary Under Review - A Spectrum Love Story - Center for Career and Professional Development Fair - Reflecting on 4 Decades - Celebrating the Legacy of Gloria Naylor - Celebrating 40 Years Of SHU Sports


Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 5, Sacred Heart University Oct 2023

Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 5, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: SHU Celebrates LGBT History Month - Clery Compliance Report - The US is moving quickly to boost Israeli's military. A look at what assistance it's providing - Watch SHU Sports On WWAX - Audrey's Corner - To Say or To Not Say - A New Era of Influencers - Anna Stark: Women's Field Hockey Retires #30 - Breaking the Ice: Women's Hockey Opens New Season


A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Study Of American And British Military Bandmasters’ Experiences And The Influence On The Development Of The American Public School Band Movement, Michael L. Burrage Oct 2023

A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Study Of American And British Military Bandmasters’ Experiences And The Influence On The Development Of The American Public School Band Movement, Michael L. Burrage

Doctoral Dissertations and Projects

This study investigates the history of British and American Military Bandmasters’ lived experiences through a Phenomenological Hermeneutic Analysis construct to the development of the Public-School Band movement. This thesis aims to provide insight through transcribed interviews, historical documentation, and pre-recorded transcriptions of the thoughts and practical influences of developing the effectiveness of band teacher preparation in American public school band programs. A better understanding of these advances warrants a comprehensive overview of military band history and a sense of how the curriculum process, formation, and growth in British and American Military Bands influenced approaches and philosophical thought through experiences of …


Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 4, Sacred Heart University Oct 2023

Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 4, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Five SHU Students, One Adult Injured In Two-Car Collision on Jefferson Street - Emergency Blood Drive Held due to National Blood Shortage - New Dean of Welch College of Business and Technology - SHU's Dance Company's Italian Summer - Diner's, Drive-in's, and Dining Halls - Alix Earle Launches "Hot Mess" Podcast - Football Fumbles First Half of Season


Sacred Heart University Magazine, Volume 5, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University Oct 2023

Sacred Heart University Magazine, Volume 5, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University

Sacred Heart University Magazine

Celebrating 60 years of Sacred Heart University, past and present.


History Lessons From Esther: The Leopold Von Ranke Lecture Delivered At The Phi Alpha Theta Induction Ceremony, Kent R. Olney Oct 2023

History Lessons From Esther: The Leopold Von Ranke Lecture Delivered At The Phi Alpha Theta Induction Ceremony, Kent R. Olney

Scholarship – Academic Affairs Office

The German historian, Leopold Von Ranke, noted the following: “Every epoch is immediate to God, and its value is not based on what emerges from it, but on its very existence.” My assignment was to respond to Von Ranke’s thoughts. I have done so by drawing on four observations made from the OT book of Esther. These observations pertain to truth, years, obscurity, and heroes; all of them matter to God and all of them should matter to the historian. In a sense, these four elements are the raw materials, or building blocks, of history in any generation. I conclude …


Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 3, Sacred Heart University Sep 2023

Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 3, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: The Results Are In: New Faces of Student Government -- Hacking the Constitution -- Cheers, Beers, Pioneers: “Pack the Pub” at Red’s -- Behind the Seams: Fashion Club Visits Mitchell’s -- Book Talk: Editors^ Picks -- Arts and Entertainment: Hollywood on Hold -- The Rising Stars of the Sports Media Word



Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 2, Sacred Heart University Sep 2023

Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 2, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Pioneer Vote Brings Candidates to Campus -- Guess Who’s Back: COVID on Campus -- Tens of thousands march to kick off climate summit, demanding end to warming-causing fossil fuels -- We Are Family: Weekend Preview -- First 50 Days: We’re Halfway There -- The Importance of Campus Involvement for All Students


Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University Sep 2023

Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: The Suite Life of Students at the Guest House -- Gotta Get Down on Big Red Fridays -- The Spectrum of Politics: Student Government Elections -- Empowering Educators -- Seeing the World Beyond Bridgeport: Study Abroad Applications Open -- Spotlight: Denise Tiberio


City On A Hill: A History Of American Exceptionalism (Book Review), James C. Schaap Sep 2023

City On A Hill: A History Of American Exceptionalism (Book Review), James C. Schaap

Pro Rege

Reviewed Title: City on a Hill: A History of American Exceptionalism by Abram C. Van Engen. Yale University Press, 2020. 379 pp. ISBN: 9780300229752.


Historical Understanding In The U.S. Constitution, Kristopher W. Chesterman Jul 2023

Historical Understanding In The U.S. Constitution, Kristopher W. Chesterman

Doctoral Dissertations and Projects

How did the America’s Founding Fathers use historical knowledge to inform their actions and decisions that ultimately led to the creation of the Constitution? This dissertation begins to answer this question by providing context to the Framers’ education on both colonial and personal levels. Starting with exposure to historical content through learning Greek and Latin, this research explores the depth of historical knowledge possessed by the Founders and how they used that knowledge to explain their thoughts and ideas throughout the tumultuous years surrounding the American Revolutionary War. This aspect of the Constitution’s formation is overshadowed by the prominence of …


Gay & Lesbian History For Kids: The Century-Long Struggle For Lgbt Rights, James Bunch Jul 2023

Gay & Lesbian History For Kids: The Century-Long Struggle For Lgbt Rights, James Bunch

Diverse Families Bookshelf Lesson Plans and Activities

● The Students will utilize timelines to understand the history of the LGBT community. ● The Students will use primary and secondary sources to understand the challenges faced by the LGBT community throughout history. ● The Students will identify ways of being a good citizen including, acceptance, inclusion, and developing an appreciation of equity. ● The Students will use digital writing tools to collaboratively plan, draft, and revise a writing. ● The Students will use context clues, figurative language, word relationships, reference materials, and/or background knowledge to determine the meaning of multiple-meaning and unknown words and phrases.


Beyond Words: Exploring History Through The Lens Of Literary Theory And Research, Andrea Weaver Jul 2023

Beyond Words: Exploring History Through The Lens Of Literary Theory And Research, Andrea Weaver

Master of Arts in English Plan II Graduate Projects

The narrative of this Master's portfolio reflects on the academic journey of Andrea Weaver. The three projects showcased in this portfolio reflect her experience during the Master of Arts in English with a Specialization in English Teaching program. It includes a rhetorical Ohio Suffragist unit plan created for high school sophomores, a seminar paper critically analyzing the film Interview with the Vampire (1994), and a digital presentation of artifacts and research about literary theorist Wolfgang Iser and his work in Reader Response Theory presented on the platform Microsoft Sway. The framework of New Historicism is threaded throughout each project, linking …


Gender In Cultural History: Gender And Education, Dimitra Kalodimou, Maria Kapalika Jul 2023

Gender In Cultural History: Gender And Education, Dimitra Kalodimou, Maria Kapalika

Journal of Research Initiatives

The position of women in the oldest societies has often occupied the scientific community, which is a great reason to study it. Today's societies put tremendous effort into highlighting the importance of women's contribution. In this text, we will deal with the position of women in the recording of history, with women’s presence within the historical sources as well as the roles held in family business and education. In addition, the gradual changes regarding women's recovery in society will be presented and highlighted. The first steps to improve women's image started in Europe and continued worldwide. The critically studied articles …


Law School News: Dean Bowman On The Scotus Admissions Decision 6-29-2023, Gregory W. Bowman Jun 2023

Law School News: Dean Bowman On The Scotus Admissions Decision 6-29-2023, Gregory W. Bowman

Life of the Law School (1993- )

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Obstacles To Employing Virtual Reality Technology In History For The Second Secondary Grade In Jerash Governorate From The Point View Of Social Studies Teachers, Maen Hamdan S. Alzboun Jun 2023

Obstacles To Employing Virtual Reality Technology In History For The Second Secondary Grade In Jerash Governorate From The Point View Of Social Studies Teachers, Maen Hamdan S. Alzboun

Journal of the Association of Arab Universities for Research in Higher Education (مجلة اتحاد الجامعات العربية (للبحوث في التعليم العالي

The article aimed to identify the obstacles to employing virtual reality technology in the history subject for the second secondary grade in Jerash Governorate from the viewpoint of social study، in addition to developing procedures to overcome the obstacles to employing virtual reality technology in the history subject for the second secondary grade in Jerash Governorate from the social study teachers’ point of view. The researcher used the descriptive approach of the comprehensive survey، and the study tool was the questionnaire، and the study population consisted of all social studies teachers in Jerash Governorate. The sample of study consisted of …