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    • Language In-Form : a Retrospective Exhibition and Catalogue 

      Berg, Margie; Konsella, Rachel J.; Durocher, Kaleb (2010-04)
      This project curated and produced a retrospective exhibition and catalog of photographs by Wanrudee Buranakorn. A retrospective exhibition is an exhibition of works produced by an artist over a considerable period, or of ...
    • Language over Mind or Mind over Language : the Problem with Fuzzy Agreement. 

      Lance-Parsoud, Kathryn (2009-04)
      This project analyzed the function of restrictive clauses in the languages of French, German, and English, comparing usage and logic through linguistic and historical research. The investigation focused on various authentic ...
    • Late Quarternary Eolian Dunes and Fluvial Terraces of the Lower Chippewa River Valley. 

      Olson, Lindsay M.; Larson, Phillip H. (2009-02-06)
      The Lower Chippewa River Valley (LCRV) extends south-southwest ~100 km from Eau Claire, Wisconsin to its confluence with the Mississippi River near Wabasha, Minnesota. A sequence of seven paired alluvial terraces were ...
    • Lateral Stratigraphic Variations in the Volcanic Lithofacies of the Eisenbrey Zn-Cu-Pb VMS Deposit, Rusk County WI 

      Jackson, Nathaniel R.; Lodge, Robert W.D. (2018-04-12)
      The primary objective of this project is to complete a property-scale assessment of the volcanic and hydrothermal stratigraphy hosting the poorly understood Zn-Pb-Cu mineralization of the Eisenbrey deposit. The deposit is ...
    • Leadership in the Community : Clinical Immersion to El Salvador 

      Fernandes, Jill Hecker; Miller, Allie; Walin, Courtney; Riedesel, Eva; Housh, Haley; Troge, Kaitlyn; Nakano, Karen; Peterson, Kelly; Rolfzen, Leah (2017-02-27)
      The cultural immersion experience in El Salvador is meant to change how nursing students advocate for patients, families, and communities. Our goal was to make an impact in the community. To do this, we learned the country’s ...
    • Learning About the Research of Teaching and Learning in Art Education. 

      Curwick, Jennifer; Reddy, Stacy (2009-01-09)
      The work focuses on winter and spring semester Art 300 non-art major teaching methods courses. The work focuses on analyzing the differences between cognitive and affective learning in two different learning timeframes.
    • Learning How to Collaborate Using Music and Theater 

      Cleven-Peterson, Clarissa; Walczak, Brianna; Dunbar, Laura; Chapman, Jennifer (2018-02-08)
      Over the course of the Fall Semester 2016, we constructed four standards-based lessons in the content areas of math, English, science and social studies, integrating theatre and music concepts. Our lessons were created to ...
    • Learning Styles to the Test : An Experimental Investigation of the Effect of Matching Learning Preferences with Learning Context 

      Krunnfusz, Andrea; Matula, Bethany K. (2011-05)
      The term "learning styles" refers to the idea that individuals differ in which mode of instruction or study is most effective for them. This study presents the results of a controlled experiment designed to test the ...
    • The Legend of King Arthur in history. 

      Pevan, Erin (2007-05-01)
      An analysis of original medieval sources in the search for the historical King Arthur. Candidates include the 2nd century Roman general Lucius Artorius Castus, the 5th century Breton leader Riothamus, and the 6th century ...
    • Let's Go! Female Travelers 

      Jarvais, Stephanie (2011-05)
      Tourism is an important medium for public engagement with the European past. Americans encounter and engage with narratives about the European past prior to their trip when reading travel guides and during their trip when ...
    • LGBT Healthcare Needs and Concerns 

      Jagusch, Sydney; Mercer, Lisa; Liffrig, Erin; Turell, Susan (2010-04)
      The purpose of this study is to contribute to knowledge regarding Lesbian-Gay-Bisexual-Transgender (LGBT) healthcare needs and concerns. Research indicates that LGBT individuals are at risk for significant health concerns, ...
    • LGBTQ Mentoring Needs Assessment 

      Schmidt, Roxie (2012-04)
      Through the use of an LGBTQ needs assessment, the purpose of this study was to discover whether or not students at the University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire felt a need for LGBTQ-specific mentoring support.
    • Libraries and Censorship : The Accessibility to Information in Wisconsin Public Library Systems 

      Alt, Annalyn; Anderson-Lind, Seth; Fritz, Derek; Kassner, Austin; Knapp, Karin; McCarty, Clare; Smith, Hillary; Wacholz, Blake; Kaldjian, Paul J. (2017-11-08)
      Public libraries are centers for accessing ideas and information, some of which is perceived as controversial by members of their communities. As such, libraries often receive challenges from community members over books ...
    • Life History Theory and Condom Use Intentions 

      Kosiak, Michael (2014-04)
      When exposed to descriptions of economic recession, individuals who experienced a harsh childhood indicated a greater interest in immediate rewards and risky investing than individuals who did not, even though there were ...
    • Lifetime Price Tag on Smoking 

      Halfrich, Sara; Day, Herschel E. (2017-03-08)
      The goal of this project was to develop an expected lifetime cost for the purchasing of cigarettes. By creating a model and putting a more realistic number on the cost of cigarettes, I hope to emphasize the major economic ...
    • The Lights Are On But Nobody is Home : a Study of Proenvironmental Behavior on a College Campus. 

      Dobbe, James R. (2009-01-09)
      Proenvironmental behaviors refer to the actions of individuals that help the environment such as conserving energy. The current study is a field experiment on the UWEC campus which investigates two simple and cost effective ...
    • Limitations on the Acceleration of the Morita-Baylis-Hillman Reaction by Alcohols 

      Mirzaei, Yousef R. (2010-04)
      This study examined the kinetic effects of added glycols to the Morita-Baylis-Hillman reaction.
    • Linguistic Analysis of Well-Being 

      Westaby, Katelyn A. (2010-04)
      This study investigates whether a person's word choice correlates with their well-being level. Positive and negative well-being has significant effects on welfare thinking patterns. Previous research has shown that a ...
    • Linguistic Demands of Preschool Cognitive Assessments 

      Bieno, Glenna; Eparvier, Megan; Kulinski, Anne (2012-04)
      The linguistic demands of assessments can pose significant challenges to a practitioner's ability to validly estimate a child's cognitive functioning. If the spoken directions of an assessment demand receptive language ...
    • Linguistic forms critical for academic success in preschool-aged Hmong children. 

      Axelson, Emily; Gordon, Ashley; Graves, Brittany (2007-05-01)
      This study investigated the semantic and syntactic skills of young children learning Hmong as a first language and English as a second language. These oral language skills lay the foundation for literacy and future academic ...