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    • Oshkosh Scholar 

      Chomsisengphet, S. Larry; Buchmann, Beau; Schrauth, Jamie; Linberts, Andrea June; Linberts, Jessica; Mynsberge, Heath; Miller, Adeline; Simeth, Anna; Whitfield, Jonathan; Knitt, Joseph; Bodoh, Bruce; Schettle, Sarah; Marker, Erik (Office of Grants and Faculty Development, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, 2007)
    • Oshkosh Scholar 

      Castillo, Sofia; Fischer-Guex, Laura; Freund, Heather; Glazewski, Megan; Holcomb, Lisa; June, Andrea; Linberts, Jessica; Lyon, Nicole; Perry, August; Pouba, Katherine; Sasse, Katie; Stoll, Jennifer; Thompson, Hans; Tianen, Ashley (Office of Grants and Faculty Development, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, 2006-05)
    • Oshkosh Scholar 

      DeRosier, Ryan; Graham, Elizabeth; Knitt, Joseph; Filidoro, Erica; Karel, Scott; Kahl, Douglas; Zinoviev, Alexander; Miller, Katie; Brazeau, Christina; Fuiten, Melissa; Woelfel, Jessica; Koepnick, Erik (Office of Grants and Faculty Development, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, 2008-04)
    • Oshkosh Scholar 

      Beaupre, Michael; Willkomm, Sara; Stupka, Rebecca; Haegele, Jennifer; Tempas, Chris; Selenka, Nicole; Moebius, Matthew Alexander (2011-12)
      Contents: Clerical Conceptions of Magic and the Stereotype of the Female Witch; Theology, Psychology, and Politics : The Holy Trinity in Morrison's Beloved; The Pursuit of True Freedom : School Desegregation in Racine, ...
    • Oshkosh Scholar 

      Cowling, Audrey; Schuhart, Hope; Gearhart, Amy; Daron, Derek; Kuchera, Anthony; Hathaway, Chris; Mischler, Steven; Stroik, Jared; Ruff, Chelsea; Sanchez Vinueza, Dayana J. (2010-12)
      You might not know that the tagline for Oshkosh Scholar is "A journal of undergraduate discoveries." The editorial team is lucky to share in these discoveries each year, and we're excited to bring them to you today. Allow ...
    • Oshkosh Scholar 

      Breunig, Seth; Cowles, Joshua; Pietsch, Anthony; Hernandez, Amanda; Lakatos, Craig; Irwin, Beth; Newell, Krista; Schoenrock, Amanda; Weir IV, George L.; Short, Kraig; Gruber, Kathryn (2009)
    • Oshkosh Scholar Volume IX (2014) 

      Bady, Maria; Boll, Eric; Leonardelli, Ashley T.; Thompson, Karen; Phillips, Alex; McCorkle, Patrick D. (2014-12)
    • Oshkosh Scholar Volume VII (2012) 

      Morrow, Jackie; Tranquilli, Larissa; Buskager, Kevin; Moerchen, Kyle; Boese, Matt; Spaude, Lance; King, Jordan; Scott, Sarah J.; O'Connell, Sara; Boegh, Branden; Luna, Andre; Truell, Peter; Wilichowski, Tracy; Schultz, Gregory L. (2012-12)
    • Oshkosh Scholar Volume VIII (2013) 

      Gauthier, Carie; Kuhl, Michelle; Knoll, Amy; Lukyanova, Anna; Waring, Taylor D.; Wirth, Kristie; Dewitt, John; Duren, Michelle; Lyness, Rosalind (2013-12)
    • Oshkosh Scholar, Volume XI 

      Foster, Ashley; Jones, Taylor; Depew, Jennifer; Persson, Carly; Kanyuh, Charlotte R.; Schumitsch-Jewell, Taylor (2017-05-12)
      Oshkosh Scholar, the UW Oshkosh undergraduate research journal, is a collaborative effort between students and faculty at UW Oshkosh. Students are involved in editing and production coordination, and faculty review articles ...
    • The Pains of aging : the use of opioids in older adults with osteoarthritis 

      Meyer, Carissa J. (2011-05)
      Background/Purpose: Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis in the U.S. affecting over 12 million people over the age of 65 at a cost of approximately $15.5 billion dollars per year. Osteoarthritis is a ...
    • PARASITE COMMUNITIES OF TROPICAL FOREST RODENTS: INFLUENCES OF MICROHABITAT STRUCTURE AND SPECIALIZATION 

      Winker, Ashley M. (2013-05)
      Parasitism is the most common life style and has important implications for the ecology and evolution of hosts. Most organisms host multiple species of parasites, and parasite communities are frequently influenced by the ...
    • PARENTAL ASTHMA ILLNESS REPRESENTATION AND CHILDREN'S HEALTH RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE 

      Carter, Shane J. (2010-05)
      Asthma is the leading cause of chronic illness among children in the United States, affecting more than 6 million children. It results in an increase in the frequency of school absences, emergency room visits, and ...
    • Parents and Pamphlets: Unraveling the Mysteries of Parent Responses to Pediatric Handouts 

      Thompson, Karen (2014-12)
      Written handouts are usually provided to parents at routine pediatric visits, but little is known about how parents use this written medical information. To explore this topic, handouts provided by the American Academy ...
    • Parents' perceptions of assessment and treatment options for their child with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder 

      Wech, Carla (2011-05)
      Assessment and evaluation of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common complaint in primary care. Although, there are ADHD criteria, assessment, and treatment guidelines available to help diagnose a ...
    • Patient Perspectives on Hypertension Treatment 

      Janning, Anne Swanson (2011-08)
      Hypertension affects millions of people in the United States. Some patients do not realize the importance of following their prescribed hypertension treatment. Many do not realize they have hypertension, so when started ...
    • Patient safety and staffing in emergency departments 

      Ecklor, Nekole (2009-04-10)
      The purpose of this study was to investigate and describe nurse staffing methods, nurse skill mix, and patient safety in emergency departments (EDs) in order to address the question: How does nurse staffing impact patient ...
    • Perception of general health and self-efficacy for the coronary artery bypass graft patient 

      Schaffer, Sandra (2009-04-10)
      The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between perception of general health and self-efficacy in the coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) patient. Following CABG, risk factor modification and adoption ...
    • PERSUADED TO PREPARE: RHETORIC AND A COLD WAR FALLOUT SHELTER 

      Hollar-Zwick, Carol M. (2013-12)
      Between 1958 and 1962, at the height of the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union, a Wisconsin physician collected government pamphlets on civil defense, articles from medical journals and news magazines, ...
    • Photometric study of the galactic open cluster M11 

      Piehl, Dan M. (2012-05)
      The open cluster M11 (NGC 6705, Mel 213, Cr 391, OCl 76) is a concentrated, populous stellar system projected on the rich background of the Scutum star-forming field, towards the central part of the Galactic disk. Sometimes ...