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    • Characterization of Staphylococcus equorum and Staphylococcus succinus Nasal Swab Isolates 

      Herman, Savannah; Furger, Larissa; Moore, Evan; Herman, Daniel P. (2017-03-09)
      Staphylococcus equorum and Staphylococcus succinus are bacterial species commonly associated with animals (3,8) and certain food products (5,6,9). Only rarely are incidents of human infection due to these species reported ...
    • Check Her Out! Does Viewing Sexy Individuals Affect Perceptions of Self and Partner? 

      Moua, Lydia; Xiong-Her, Hua (2009-02-04)
      Exposure to atypically attractive women, such as those found in soft-porn magazines, can have a negative effect on view of self and partner. This study aimed to extend existing research in two ways. First, we investigated ...
    • Chemical Diffusion in Watermelon Tourmaline : Parallel Versus Perpendicular to C-axis 

      Tollefson, Kyle; Ihinger, Phillip D. (2018-02-09)
      The chemical composition of tourmaline can provide unique insights into the thermal evolution of their growth environment, including that of pegmatites (in igneous systems) and hydrothermal veins (in metamorphic systems). ...
    • Chemical Effects of Glass Hydration in the Natural Environment 

      Conde, Giselle (2012-04)
      The hydration of glass is of great interest to industry, archaeology, and geology. Molecular water species react with silicate bonds to form hydroxyl species that allow for rapid exchange of elements into and out of the ...
    • Chemical Fingerprint of Quartz Crystals Sampled Across the Lepontine Zone in the Swiss Alps 

      Wipperfurth, Scott A.; Johnson, Aleisha C.; Lindblad, Todd A. (2013-05)
      Quartz crystals record the evolution of hydrothermal fluid systems that accompanied the uplift of the Swiss Alps. Crystals from twenty localities were collected along a geologic traverse across four distinct temperature ...
    • Chemical Fingerprint of Quartz Crystals Sampled at Windgallenhutte, Switzerland 

      Johnson, Aleisha C.; Wipperfurth, Scott A.; Lindblad, Todd A. (2013-05)
      The spatial distribution of chemical impurities in hydrothermal quartz crystals documents the evolution of their host hydrothermal fluids and offers potential insights into their post-crystallization thermal histories. ...
    • Chemical Weathering in Heterogeneous Bedrock 

      Lepak, Lindsey (2013-05)
      Chemical weathering is a natural process that disintegrates rock and supplies solutes and nutrients for plant uptake and the hydrologic cycle. The extent of chemical weathering is commonly assessed using a geochemical mass ...
    • Chemistry of Bridged Vitamin K Model Compounds 

      Anderson, Katherine M.; Tsogtbaatar, Enkhtuul (2012-04)
      Warfarin (Coumadin) has been in extensive clinical use since 1954. Although widely prescribed, warfarin is associated with a high incidence of adverse drug events (ADEs). This study continues research begun in 2009 when ...
    • Chinese Elderly : Psychological Wellbeing and Social Supporting Resources 

      O'Brien, Saffron; Riley, Ciara; Lefler, Zoya; Ji, Jianjun (2018-05)
      With an increasing population of elderly in China due to improved living conditions, increased health technology, and the former One Child Policy, understanding how social resources affect this population is increasingly ...
    • Chinese Elderly Studies : An Analysis on the Daily Activities and Their Associations of the Chinese Elderly 

      Wagner, Michelle; Benner, Ann; Ji, Jianjun (2018-02-15)
      Using data from a national survey conducted by the China Research Center on Aging (CRCA) in 2006, this study seeks to examine the relationship between the ability of the Chinese elderly to perform the Activities of Daily ...
    • Chinese Students Perceptions of American English Teachers (ESL) in Comparison with Chinese English Teachers (ESL) 

      Cooley, Delaney; Kocen, Katherine; Kong, Kaishan (2018-04-30)
      This research observes the interaction between Chinese students and American Teachers in an English learning summer camp located in Chengdu, China. The main objective was to study Chinese student’s perceptions of American ...
    • Chord Transformations and Beethoven 

      Knauf, Jeanne (2011-05)
      There are a number of transformations to mathematically describe transitions between notes, phrases, and chords. Examples of these transformations are prevalent throughout the works of L. V. Beethoven and especially ...
    • Church Communication Preferences 

      Huibregtse, Justin; Rohr, Patrick; Toufar, Josh; Weise, Jon; Parsons, Josh (2010-04)
      Research has shown that more than 100 million Americans rely on the internet to deliver some aspect of their religious experience. Despite this widespread use, little is known about which spiritual needs Christians prefer ...
    • Church Online : the Emerging Trends in Virtual Church. 

      Teuteburg, Matt; Brandt, Katie; Lukes, Drew; Kolosso, Katie (2009-07-27)
      Research shows that by 2010 as many as 50 million individuals may rely solely upon the Internet to provide all of their faith-based experiences (Campbell, 2004). This relatively new phenomenon of virtual church has been ...
    • "A Church, A Bar, and A Brewery" : Prohibition and Ethno-Religious Identities in Berlin, Wisconsin, 1910-1933 

      Schroeder, Danielle Ann; Oberly, James Warren, 1954- (2017-03-21)
      This research studies how the residents of Berlin—a small, central-northeastern Wisconsin city with a heavy German-Polish population—reacted to Prohibition. Religious, ethnic, and class identities play a significant role ...
    • Citing and Referencing in APA Style : Preliminary Insights 

      Cowan, Amanda R. (2014-04)
      APA Style emerged as a part of the Behaviorist movement in psychology. Documentation (i.e., citations and references) distinguishes scholarly work from popular work. Although a number of citations reflect the intellectual ...
    • Citizen's Guide to Useful Resources on the Science and Public Policy of Climate Change 

      Ponkratz, Ben; Stroik, Paul; Sackmann, Matt; Kuqali, Nicholas (2010-04)
      Global warming has become a hotly debated topic with much discussion occurring worldwide. The US is currently considering passing legislation mandating reductions in carbon emissions possibly coupled with tax policies ...
    • Civil Rights Pilgrimage Immersion Experience 

      Och, Anthony; Tweedale, Sarah; Watson, Ann (2010-04)
      The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire campus and surrounding community, a twice yearly Civil Rights Pilgrimage immersion experience which provides an opportunity for students to enhance their multicultural experience and ...
    • Civil Rights Pilgrimage Immersion Experience 

      Kraus, Elsa; Severson, Nicholas; Tweedale, Sarah; Wolf, Mary (2011-05)
      The Civil Rights Pilgrimage domestic-intercultural immersion experience provides an opportunity for University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire students to learn about key individuals, events, and other aspects surrounding the ...
    • Civil War as Total War : Madison, WI and the Creation of a Homefront 

      Barth, John (2011-05)
      This project studied Madison, Wisconsin during the Civil War and analyzes how it served as a ?homefront? during the conflict. It examined how the media, government, soldier interaction, and involvement of women created ...