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Impact of Civil Rights Movement Immersion Experience on UW-Eau Claire Student Participants.
The Civil Rights Pilgrimage is an evaluation study of the impact of immersion experiences on the development of multicultural competence at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Research was conducted by distributing a ...
Perceptions of Feminism on a University Campus.
The present study was interested in determining how students from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (UWEC) perceive feminism. The researchers conducted structured, face to face interview around the Eau Claire campus ...
A Survey of Attitudes & Perceptions of People with Disabilities.
This descriptive pilot study sought to gather insight into people's attitudes and perceptions of people with disabilities. The study was conducted via on online survey entitled People with Disabilities. The target population ...
RateMyProfessors.com: Instructor Ratings by Instructor Gender, Discipline, and Academic Degree Status.
RateMyProfessors.com (RMP.com) is a public forum where students rate instructors on several characteristics: clarity, helpfulness, overall quality (clarity & helpfulness), easiness (?how much work it is to get a good ...
Opening Up the Eau Claire Community : an Investigation into the Experiences of Members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community on the University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire Campus and in the Eau Claire Community.
This project investigates experiences of members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender community on the University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire campus, as well as in the Eau Claire community.
Watching Your Drink: How the Use of Preventative Measures Relates to the Consequences of Drinking.
The purpose of this study is to analyze practices and attitudes towards alcohol use among University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire students. The objectives of this project include determining why students drink, identifying ...
Attitudes Toward Language Variation and the Liberal Arts.
In this pilot study, we empirically assess students' attitudes with respect to several myths of English usage in the United States, including the myths that language use reflects a speaker's intelligence and that only ...