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    • Triumph and tragedy of early Christianity 

      Dahlin, Connor (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2017-04)
      This research aims to elaborate on women’s influence on the formations of Early Christianity and their underplayed role in affecting Europe’s intellectual movements. Women, both prior to and during the formation of ...
    • "Troubled Waters" impact study: student environmentalism in the Red Cedar River Basin 

      Fox, Christopher (2013)
      As a research initiative by the University of Wisconsin-Stout and the Tainter Menomin Lake Association, Minnesota's Bell Museum of Natural History's acclaimed documentary film Troubled Waters: A Mississippi River Story ...
    • Trust and credibility from desktop to handheld 

      Barone, Elizabeth (2013)
      A discussion of the responsibilities of both the rhetorician and audience regarding issues of trust and credibility, this essay lays an historical background of rhetoric dating from ancient Greece through to modern-day ...
    • Ultraviolet/electron beam inks modernize packaging 

      Prissel, Beth (2007)
      Ultraviolet/Electron Beam (UV/EB) technology is changing the ink industry rapidly. As the technology continually improves and expands, it will soon overpower traditional ink systems. The cost of UV/EB materials and machinery ...
    • Unfixing agency 

      Niebur, Rachel (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2015-04)
      In my work, I strive to combine conceptual bricolage and drawing by using different and sometimes unrelated ideas and systems that I possess to create drawings. This often requires calling upon physical objects and subjects ...
    • University alcohol policy and student attitudes 

      Perkins, Maxwell; Bord, Jessica (2011)
      The problems associated with high-risk drinking affect campus and community health, safety, and academic functioning (Lavigne, Francione-Witt, Wood, Laforge & DeJong, 2008). This non-random pilot study examined gendered ...
    • University of Wisconsin, Stout campus climate: university staff job satisfaction 

      Edwards, Tyler D. S.; Stoeklen, Phillip; Wisner, Deven; Miller, Justin M. (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2017-04)
      A mixed-methodology research approach was taken to understand what job aspects impact university staff job satisfaction at the University of Wisconsin, Stout (UW-Stout). First, thematic analysis of a small number of ...
    • Unsuccessful empirical study of problem solving via concept mapping 

      Moren, Aaron (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2015-04)
      This pedagogical study explores the problem solving technique of concept mapping (CM) as opposed to word problem solutions in operations and supply chain management. Concept mapping (CM) is a relatively common technique ...
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      Roesler, Briana (2010)
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      Larson, Sean (2010)
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      Rudolph, Alec (2013)
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      Gruetzmacher, Adam (2010)
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      Van Note, Kiley (2010)
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      Mann, Charlotte (2007)
    • The US adoption system: media depictions and why they are ignored 

      Quilling, Alyssa (2012)
      This study investigated the U.S. adoption system, media influence, and welfare spending. It was undertaken to understand how the media frames adoption and the U.S. adoption system and how certain factors influence how ...
    • Using a consumer matrix model to determine the voice of student bodies 

      Riha, Tamara (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2015-04)
      This paper provides an introduction to a “voice of the student” methodology as it is applied to higher education students’ needs and wants. The methodology is a modification that simplifies the normal, commercial QFD ...
    • Using light to create perceptual experiences in space and wayfinding 

      Todd, Katherine (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2014-04)
      Although ephemeral, light can visually be read as a physical form becoming a material to be utilized by architects and artists. The Light and Space Movement has brought forth an awareness of our psychological and ...
    • Variety series 

      Kasinskas, Valerie (2006)
    • Vegetation biodiversity response to excessive flooding in permanent and ephemeral wetlands 

      Genrich, Connor (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2017-04)
      Ephemeral wetlands vary greatly in water depth and animal diversity in a highly dynamic habitat. The vegetation response of these wetlands to flooding in comparison to their more permanent counterparts is poorly understood. ...
    • Visible body modification in hiring practices 

      Aspen, Stephanie.; Barrett, Melita (2009)
      Due to increasing competition for jobs, employers are able to select from a large pool of candidates. A tattooed person may experience negative social consequences, including negative perceptions because of tattoos and ...