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    • Barium titanate and barium titanate/aluminum oxide ceramics for capacitors and transducers 

      Brigman, Lewis E.; Pedretti, Jake (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2014-04)
      An inexpensive solid-state powder compaction and sintering method to make barium titanate disc structures for use in capacitors and piezoelectric transducers was researched. Barium titanate powders were uniaxially pressed ...
    • Benefits and limitations of e-textbook use 

      Lor, Chang (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2017-04)
      E-textbooks are sometimes known as e-books, digital books, or online textbooks. E-textbooks are a growing alternative to printed textbooks at many academic institutions. At a university like the University of Wisconsin- Stout, ...
    • Biomorphic reality 

      Carr, Erin (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2015-04)
      The motivation for my work stems from my desire to create serenity and beauty within the repetition, balance, rhythm, and attention to detail in my structures. By mentally manipulating cellular form to challenge its ...
    • Blow out, flight, untitled 

      Walley, Emily A. (2006)
    • Breaking the chains: student organizations and social integration as means to the development and academic emancipation of African American students 

      Drury, Lakayana (2012)
      As far as the United States has come in terms of racially equality, including the advent of the first African American president, African American college students continue to have some of the lowest retention rates in ...
    • Brokenness and transformation 

      Grant, Lauren (2013)
    • Caddisfly larvae visual system: reponse to light 

      Grinager, Jeff. (2009)
      Understanding the behavior the caddisfly larvae (Trichoptera, Integripalpia) can have implications in a variety of areas (i.e. the fishing industry) and issues surrounding environmental impacts. This study examines the ...
    • The cell cycle effect of Inonotus obliquus extract on cultured human cells 

      Krueger, Michael (2013)
      The fungus Inonotus obliquus, referred to as "Chaga," has been used as a folk medicine since the 16th century. This fungus is endemic from 40 degrees N to 68 degrees N latitudes and is often found on white birch trees. ...
    • Characterization of vacuum brazed advanced ceramic and composite joints 

      Jacobson, Logan (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2014-04)
      The microstructure and hardness of nineteen vacuum brazed joints of zirconium diboride and silicon nitride made using a variety of braze alloys were evaluated. Samples were cut and mounted in epoxy, ground and polished, ...
    • Child life specialist: the chief executive officer perspective 

      Fehlen, Phylicia (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
      Within the pediatric hospital environment, child life specialists are changing the practice of pediatric medicine, turning traumatic encounters into growth promoting experiences with lasting effects on the health ...
    • Closer look at challenges faced by women in the military 

      Fly, Valerie A. (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2017-04)
      Research surrounding female service members in the United States military has shown differences in the effect of the military on male and female mental health. However, the reasons for these differences, as well as ...
    • College stress and strategies to reduce it 

      Stinson, Alyssa (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2015-04)
      The college years can be a stressful time, contributing to the manifestation of physical and emotional concerns among students. While stress cannot be completely avoided, using the proper stress management techniques will ...
    • College student's definitions of infidelity 

      Antolik, Brittany; Zander, Alyssa (2010)
      The increasing frequency of the internet and other technology use to engage in social activities has spurred the question of how individuals currently view infidelity, related to the many virtual and non-virtual aspects ...
    • College students' attitudes on the causes of infidelity 

      Koss, Jamie; Lee, Kaisa L. (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2007)
      Infidelity is a problem in today’s society associated with instability in relationships and the high divorce rates. The study consisted of 23 male and female students at a Midwestern university. It was hypothesized that ...
    • College students' attitudes toward LGBT individuals 

      Johnson, Tessa M.; Greeley, Ashley A. (2007)
      Discrimination and oppression of the lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender (LGBT) community is still very prevalent in society, as well as on college campuses. This study investigated attitudes toward LGBT individuals by surveying ...
    • College students' attitudes towards eating disorders in males 

      Strommer, Christina.; VanDeLoo, Joy K. (2007)
      Eating disorders are a prevalent and serious health problem in the United States. Eating disorders are generally associated with young women. However, people are less aware of eating disorders among male; thus, there are ...
    • College students' attitudes towards homosexuality 

      Lehman, Megan; Thornwall, Megan (2010)
      Attitudes towards homosexuality are influenced by several factors: religion, media, family, peers, gender and contact with homosexual individuals (Riaz, 2006; Calzo & Ward, 2009). How these factors intersect to form one's ...
    • Comparison of antioxidant loss during storage of freshly-prepared and ready-to-drink green tea 

      Sakata, Tomomi (2010)
      Green tea is an important source of antioxidants that can provide protection from cancer and other diseases. Unlike black and oolong, green tea processing does not involve a fermentation stage. Consequently, the antioxidant ...
    • Conceptual lithography using inexpensive materials 

      Javener, Matthew (2012)
      Lithography is an important process that has many applications but is also very expensive. The high cost associated with the process makes it difficult to teach with a limited budget. A method was established for teaching ...