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How Covid-19 Changed Us: Compassion, Leadership, And Policy, The Lincy Institute Apr 2024

How Covid-19 Changed Us: Compassion, Leadership, And Policy, The Lincy Institute

Lincy Institute Events

Nevada was one of the hardest hit states during the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the past three years, researchers at The Lincy Institute and other institutions collected interviews from 80 Nevada leaders across sectors including elected officials, leaders in education, community organizations, government agencies, and the business community. Four years after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, our communities continue to build a resilient and healthy Nevada. This forum discusses how the crisis prompted us to rethink how we lead and how we can prepare for future challenges. Following a presentation of the project and its deliverables, leaders across sectors discuss …


Issues Of Description And Access For The Graystone And Other Collections At The Detroit Sound Conservancy, Daniel Joseph E. Kelly Jan 2024

Issues Of Description And Access For The Graystone And Other Collections At The Detroit Sound Conservancy, Daniel Joseph E. Kelly

School of Information Sciences Student Scholarship

In this mixed case study research paper, I examine how Community Archives deal with issues of access and difficulties of description, especially with hard-to-describe materials. I first discuss the general role of a community archive. I then discuss some of the issues faced by community archives through the lens of three collections at the Detroit Sound Conservancy (DSC) that are complicated when it comes to matters of description. The case study part of this project is based on my own experience working on collections at the DSC and from interviews with Michelle McKinney, the Archivist at the DSC. The first …


Being Open About Cancer: Interview With Barbara Reul, Author Of The Open-Licensed Memoirs Perfect Timing And Right On Time, James Thibeault Jan 2024

Being Open About Cancer: Interview With Barbara Reul, Author Of The Open-Licensed Memoirs Perfect Timing And Right On Time, James Thibeault

Library Publications

While surviving cancer is a difficult endeavor, writing a book about the whole experience and publishing it with an open license is an additional struggle. Barbara Reul, a full professor of musicology at Luther College, University of Regina in Canada, was diagnosed with endometrial cancer in 2020. After undergoing twenty-eight targeted radiation therapy treatments and six rounds of chemo (all of which also occurred during the Covid-19 pandemic), Reul is fortunately cancer-free and has written two memoirs, Perfect Timing (2021) and Right On Time (2023), which chronicle her treatment and battle with cancer.


Sustainability Innovation In Small Medium Enterprises (Smes): A Qualitative Analysis, Budi Harsanto, Asep Mulyana, Yudi Ahmad Faisal Mr, Venny Mellandhia Shandy, Muntasir Alam Nov 2023

Sustainability Innovation In Small Medium Enterprises (Smes): A Qualitative Analysis, Budi Harsanto, Asep Mulyana, Yudi Ahmad Faisal Mr, Venny Mellandhia Shandy, Muntasir Alam

The Qualitative Report

Prior research suggests that today, sustainability is an important key in innovation. While the integration of sustainability into innovation in large enterprises has been widely studied, research on small-medium enterprises (SMEs) is still lacking. The aim of this study is to understand the sustainability innovation practices in SMEs. We interviewed 30 SME owners and managers in Indonesia and analyzed the data using thematic analysis to understand how SMEs practice sustainability innovation. The findings show that sustainability innovation in the form of product innovation is commonly practiced through the use of more environmentally friendly raw materials and packaging materials. As for …


Exploring The Importance Of Values, Place, And Perceptions In Conservation Decision-Making In Maine: A Mixed Methods Approach, Alyssa R. Soucy Aug 2023

Exploring The Importance Of Values, Place, And Perceptions In Conservation Decision-Making In Maine: A Mixed Methods Approach, Alyssa R. Soucy

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Conservation inherently involves intertwined ecological systems and human societies. In Maine, USA conservation decision-making brings together many viewpoints, values, motivations, and experiences to balance diverse goals. Socio-cultural, experiential, financial, and ecological factors can all influence an individual’s ability to make or support a decision. This dissertation aimed to broadly explore how people perceive their role in conservation decision-making in Maine. In doing so, we articulate a diverse set of perspectives, experiences, and values. We used a mixed methods approach which enabled an in-depth understanding of the complexity of conservation decision-making while providing the opportunity for different voices to be heard. …


Understanding “Service Learning” In A Traditional Islamic Boarding Schools In Aceh, Indonesia, Ismail Anshari, Teuku Zulfikar, Tihalimah Tihalimah, Irwan Abdullah, Mujiburrahman Mujiburrahman Jul 2023

Understanding “Service Learning” In A Traditional Islamic Boarding Schools In Aceh, Indonesia, Ismail Anshari, Teuku Zulfikar, Tihalimah Tihalimah, Irwan Abdullah, Mujiburrahman Mujiburrahman

The Qualitative Report

Traditional Islamic educational institution, known as Dayah, has been popular in Aceh for their ability to produce highly qualified Muslim scholars. This popularity was due to its ability to implement a special type of learning strategy known as beut pubeut or service learning (SL) in the Dayah across Aceh. In spite of the emergence of modern teaching approach, the SL in the Dayah is persistent. Therefore, this research aims to discuss the nature of SL and its strengths and investigate the effectiveness of the SL as implemented in the Dayah. As this is a qualitative study, the data for …


Dr. Debak Das, Elijah Kruger May 2023

Dr. Debak Das, Elijah Kruger

DU Undergraduate Research Journal Archive

An interview of Dr. Debak Das by our Editor at Large, Elijah Kruger.


Investigating The Viability Of Virtual Job Interview Training Through Pre-Ets, Elyse Hayes May 2023

Investigating The Viability Of Virtual Job Interview Training Through Pre-Ets, Elyse Hayes

Honors Theses

This study used a between-subjects repeated measures design to determine the efficacy of virtual reality job interview training (VR-JIT) as an instrument for providing workplace readiness training under pre-ETS when compared to current real-world methods. Of the total participants (N=19), 57.89% were male and 42.11% were female, and autism (36.84%) and cognitive impairment (47.37%) were the most frequently reported diagnoses. The results of a paired samples T-test were non-significant with t (8) = 0.13, p = 0.9029 with the use of mock interviews and t (9) = 0.68, p = .5156 with the use of virtual reality. The results of …


Mixed Speak: Towards A Re-Poetics Of Race And Self, Celina Mizuki Ohga Samuelson Apr 2023

Mixed Speak: Towards A Re-Poetics Of Race And Self, Celina Mizuki Ohga Samuelson

Media and Cultural Studies Honors Projects

This paper tells the stories of mixed-race Japanese people. I engage in a re-poetics, positing storytelling as an essential tool into complicating our understandings of race and self. I examine the relationship between language and race, exploring how subjects existing within a space of mixedness navigate identity-formation and racial belonging. Operating under a socio-constructivist lens, I begin with a brief re-telling of the history of race in Japan, re-framing mythologies of race throughout literature, legislation, and into national and colonial projects. While popular discourse alleges Japan was and is a country of racial homogeneity, I argue that this falsifies colonial …


The Call Sheet: A Six-Part Podcast Interview Series On The Film Industry In Nebraska, Tanner Dykstra Mar 2023

The Call Sheet: A Six-Part Podcast Interview Series On The Film Industry In Nebraska, Tanner Dykstra

Honors Theses

My University of Nebraska-Lincoln Honors Thesis project is a six-part podcast interview series entitled The Call Sheet. This is classified as an Applied Knowledge project and encapsulates my interests and areas of study in Journalism, Broadcasting, and Film Studies. I sought out interviews with people who currently reside or once resided in the state of Nebraska who work in association with the film industry. This industry is broad, and my interview subjects reflected this. The six episodes comprising my project are as follows: writer/director Aliza Brugger, writer/professor Michael Svoboda, director of the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center Danny Lee …


Dr. Paul Sutton, Ayanna Schubert Feb 2023

Dr. Paul Sutton, Ayanna Schubert

DU Undergraduate Research Journal Archive

This interview with Dr. Paul Sutton was conducted by the DUURJ Editor At Large.


Dr. Andrew Goetz, Ayanna Schubert Feb 2023

Dr. Andrew Goetz, Ayanna Schubert

DU Undergraduate Research Journal Archive

This interview with Dr. Andrew Goetz was conducted by the DUURJ Editor At Large.


Overcoming The Challenges Of Covid-19 By Hospitality Educational Administrators: A Grounded Theory Approach, Senthilkumaran Piramanayagam, Partho Pratim Seal Jan 2023

Overcoming The Challenges Of Covid-19 By Hospitality Educational Administrators: A Grounded Theory Approach, Senthilkumaran Piramanayagam, Partho Pratim Seal

The Qualitative Report

The coronavirus pandemic has affected all walks of life across the globe. Higher education institutions confronted multiple challenges and disruptions in teaching and learning. However, the challenges hospitality education administrators need to resolve are distinct compared to other traditional higher education programs. This study aimed to understand the experiences and responses of hospitality educational administrators under crisis. The findings of the study are expected to assist hospitality education institutions to be prepared and respond better to any crisis in the future. To understand the challenges faced and strategies adopted by hospitality educational administrators, we interviewed 23 hospitality administrators across India. …


Instructional Designers' Perceptions Of The Practice Of Instructional Design In A Post-Pandemic Workplace, Donna Petherbridge, Michelle Bartlett, Jessica White, Diane Chapman Jan 2023

Instructional Designers' Perceptions Of The Practice Of Instructional Design In A Post-Pandemic Workplace, Donna Petherbridge, Michelle Bartlett, Jessica White, Diane Chapman

Educational Foundations & Leadership Faculty Publications

This article explores instructional designers’ perceptions of changes to instructional design practice in a post-pandemic workplace. A thematic analysis of interviews conducted with 33 instructional designers revealed that instructional designers believe that the profession is profoundly altered post-pandemic. Findings around post-pandemic instructional design practice include adopting agile instructional design practices, increasing collaborations with others within a context of empathy, recognizing the importance of accessibility, and increasing reliance on technology to deliver both instruction and training within the context of an expanded portfolio of how instruction will be delivered in the future.


Development Of The Spur Tool: A Profiling Instrument For Patient Treatment Behavior, Béatrice Tugaut, Selam Shah, Kevin Dolgin, Hanna Rebibo Seror, Benoit Arnould, Marie Eve Laporte, Aaron Lee, Lydiane Nabec, Reem Kayyali, Joshua Wells, John D. Piette, Guillaume Hubert Dec 2022

Development Of The Spur Tool: A Profiling Instrument For Patient Treatment Behavior, Béatrice Tugaut, Selam Shah, Kevin Dolgin, Hanna Rebibo Seror, Benoit Arnould, Marie Eve Laporte, Aaron Lee, Lydiane Nabec, Reem Kayyali, Joshua Wells, John D. Piette, Guillaume Hubert

Faculty and Student Publications

Background: Long-term treatment adherence is a worldwide concern, with nonadherence resulting from a complex interplay of behaviors and health beliefs. Determining an individual’s risk of nonadherence and identifying the drivers of that risk are crucial for the development of successful interventions for improving adherence. Here, we describe the development of a new tool assessing a comprehensive set of characteristics predictive of patients’ treatment adherence based on the Social, Psychological, Usage and Rational (SPUR) adherence framework. Concepts from existing self-reporting tools of adherence-related behaviors were identified following a targeted MEDLINE literature review and a subset of these concepts were then selected …


The Influence Of A Showup Identification On A Subsequent Witness Description, Kelsey Lynne Hess Jun 2022

The Influence Of A Showup Identification On A Subsequent Witness Description, Kelsey Lynne Hess

FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Showups account for 30%-77% of initial identification procedures conducted by police (Flowe et al., 2001; Gonzalez et al., 1993; McQuiston & Malpass, 2001). Unlike lineups, showups are typically administered within a few hours of the crime event. The administration of a showup, due to its timing, is likely to precede a more formal police interview. The showup may introduce new characteristics of the suspect’s physical appearance to the witness. Any new characteristics inconsistent with the perpetrator’s appearance at the crime can be considered misinformation, which has the potential to contaminate witness recall. Although the contaminating effects of a showup have …


Dr. Jennifer Greenfield, Anit Tyagi May 2022

Dr. Jennifer Greenfield, Anit Tyagi

DU Undergraduate Research Journal Archive

Interview of Dr. Jennifer Greenfield.


Where The Rainbow Ends: The Hidden Humanitarian Crisis For Members Of The Lgbtqia+ Community In International Business, John R. Krendel May 2022

Where The Rainbow Ends: The Hidden Humanitarian Crisis For Members Of The Lgbtqia+ Community In International Business, John R. Krendel

Senior Honors Projects, 2020-current

Before pursuing an international career, members of the LGBTQIA+ community must be aware of the hardship that may be exacerbated by living and working abroad. This study addresses the trends in laws, including employment and anti-discrimination laws, that provide and restrict certain rights of members of the LGBTQIA+ community in eight countries. These nations, both progressive and discriminatory, include the United States, England, Switzerland, Germany, Taiwan, China, the Philippines and Kazakhstan. Eight LGBTQIA+ business professionals spoke on their experiences living and working in each of these countries and provided advice to members of the community wishing to pursue an international …


The Effects Of Sports Simulation On Motor Competency: Bandura’S Social Cognitive Theory, Kevin Nicolas F. Marquez, Danna Angela G. Viray, Claire Jasmine T. Lim, Jillian Claire O. David May 2022

The Effects Of Sports Simulation On Motor Competency: Bandura’S Social Cognitive Theory, Kevin Nicolas F. Marquez, Danna Angela G. Viray, Claire Jasmine T. Lim, Jillian Claire O. David

DLSU Senior High School Research Congress

The constant growth of video games allows concept innovations such as sports simulation, incorporating realism into video games. In line with this, a study suggests that digital sports can be a tool to improve motor skills, to which Bandura's Social Cognitive of Observational Learning (BCST) became the key concept in both. Therefore, the researchers focused on studying the effects of sports simulation in enhancing motor competencies through BCST. In attaining this, the researchers aim to discover the effects of NBA2k22 on the fundamental basketball skills of novice players and identify how Bandura's Theory contributes to the motor learning and competency …


Preschool And The Pandemic: Perspectives On Remote Schooling From Parents And Teachers, Annie Mudick May 2022

Preschool And The Pandemic: Perspectives On Remote Schooling From Parents And Teachers, Annie Mudick

Child Development Theses

The pandemic affected many different aspects of family life, including children’s education. This thesis will explore the experiences of preschool children ages 3-4 over 2020 and 2021 through interviews with both teachers and parents from the beginning of the pandemic through the current time of spring 2022. The first section addresses how teachers interviewed felt about the use of online education in a preschool setting and examines the different factors that either promoted or hindered student participation and teachers’ feelings about the past two years. The second section considers how parents felt about their and their child’s experience with remote …


Focus Groups For The Social Science Researcher: A Book Review From A Beginning Researcher’S Perspective, R. Suzanne Legg May 2022

Focus Groups For The Social Science Researcher: A Book Review From A Beginning Researcher’S Perspective, R. Suzanne Legg

The Qualitative Report

Focus Groups for the Social Science Researcher: Methods for Social Inquiry, by Jennifer Cyr (2019), is an essential research tool for the first-time researcher who is utilizing focus groups. The book breaks the information down into digestible bites and spirals the material reiterating the major points to ensure understanding. For a beginning researcher, this is a thorough resource for guidance in establishing effective research questions to yield usable data that may be coded and themed in a usable format. Readers will find a descriptive walk through the focus group process, from start to finish giving the reasoning for the focus …


Creating A Power Map: An Interview With Karma Chávez, Karma Chávez, Aylin Castro, Kelly Ferguson, Shawna Irissarri, Shruthi Parthasarathy Apr 2022

Creating A Power Map: An Interview With Karma Chávez, Karma Chávez, Aylin Castro, Kelly Ferguson, Shawna Irissarri, Shruthi Parthasarathy

disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory

No abstract provided.


Relations, Ethics, And Storytelling: On Ecology Without Culture, Christine Marran, Lee Mandelo, Abby Rudolph Apr 2022

Relations, Ethics, And Storytelling: On Ecology Without Culture, Christine Marran, Lee Mandelo, Abby Rudolph

disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory

No abstract provided.


Constellations Of Strange Bodies: Engaging With The Concept Of Mess And Its Shifting, Swirling Conditions, Martin Manalansan Iv, Jed Debruin, Lee Mandelo, Sydney Mullins Apr 2022

Constellations Of Strange Bodies: Engaging With The Concept Of Mess And Its Shifting, Swirling Conditions, Martin Manalansan Iv, Jed Debruin, Lee Mandelo, Sydney Mullins

disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory

No abstract provided.


Translating Across Difference: Affect, Animal Studies, And Anthropology, Radhika Govindrajan, Qingfei Zhang, Morgan Keith Stewart Apr 2022

Translating Across Difference: Affect, Animal Studies, And Anthropology, Radhika Govindrajan, Qingfei Zhang, Morgan Keith Stewart

disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory

No abstract provided.


Studying Other Species: Understanding The Webs Of Living, Kathryn Gillespie, Aylin Castro, Jed Debruin, Kelly Ferguson Apr 2022

Studying Other Species: Understanding The Webs Of Living, Kathryn Gillespie, Aylin Castro, Jed Debruin, Kelly Ferguson

disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory

No abstract provided.


Authoritarianism, Affect, And Queerness: Engaging The Role Of Subjectivity, Identity, And Social Movements In An Asian American Context, Wen Liu, Jingxue Zhang, Lukas Bullock Apr 2022

Authoritarianism, Affect, And Queerness: Engaging The Role Of Subjectivity, Identity, And Social Movements In An Asian American Context, Wen Liu, Jingxue Zhang, Lukas Bullock

disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory

No abstract provided.


In The Queerest Of Ways: A Conversation On Sexuality, Desire, And Futurity, Juana María Rodríguez, Ivy Monroe Apr 2022

In The Queerest Of Ways: A Conversation On Sexuality, Desire, And Futurity, Juana María Rodríguez, Ivy Monroe

disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory

No abstract provided.


Avoiding Epistemic Imperialism: Queerness, Contingency, And Translation In Postcolonial Scholarship, Neville Hoad, Jacob Saindon, Kirsten Corneilson Apr 2022

Avoiding Epistemic Imperialism: Queerness, Contingency, And Translation In Postcolonial Scholarship, Neville Hoad, Jacob Saindon, Kirsten Corneilson

disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory

No abstract provided.


“Write Something That Somebody Can Use”: Openness, Porosity, And Opportunities For Others To Do Their Own Things, Roderick Ferguson, Alessandra Del Brocco, Ivy F. Monroe Apr 2022

“Write Something That Somebody Can Use”: Openness, Porosity, And Opportunities For Others To Do Their Own Things, Roderick Ferguson, Alessandra Del Brocco, Ivy F. Monroe

disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory

No abstract provided.