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Life of Peter Peterson and his Son Everett: A Brief Biography of Both Men and a Discussion of Differing Levels of Racism Between Generations
Everett "Peter" Peterson I was a young slave living in the south during the time of the Civil War. He was taken in by a Lieutenant who was traveling with General William T. Sherman during his famous march. Peter was ...
A Longitudinal study of writing by psychology majors : a quantitative text analysis.
This study measured linguistic variables associated with APA style writing in a longitudinal study of academic writing by undergraduates. This study completes a pilot study exploring how psychology students write throughout ...
From Tomboys to Athletes: How Title IX Changed Women's Athletics at UW-Eau Claire, 1972-1980
Prior to the passage of Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972, women and men did not play on equal fields, literally. There were few, if any, athletic programs, had limited or non-existent budgets, and were not treated ...
Geochemistry of the New England Lamprophyre series : cross-comparison of analytical methods.
The New England Lamprophyre Suite comprises a series of magmatic intrusions that connects the age progressive Canadian kimberlite lineament spatially and temporally with the New England Seamounts. An analysis of trace ...
New methods in color image compression.
Research conducted to develop a lossy and lossless compression method for color images based on the WDR and ASWDR methods for grey-scale images.
Does students' analytic skill affect their ability to learn from a PowerPoint-assisted lecture?
PowerPoint has become an industry-standard aid to lectures in both academic and business spheres. This study provides a rigorous test of PowerPoint's effectiveness in a randomized experiment concerned with PowerPoint formatting.
Connecting oncology and nursing research.
Highlights of Nursing Honors student Jessica Branson's educational experiences and research activities at the University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire.
Introduction to the Busemann-Petty problem.
Poster display of analytic methods used to solve the Busemann-Petty problem and detail related open questions.
En Norsk-Amerikansk Faertelling: The Novels of Waldemar Ager, Eau Claire, Wisconsin and the Norwegian-American Ideal
Americans retaining linguistic and cultural ties with their ancestral homeland, so-called ?hyphenated Americans,? experienced great internal and external pressure to assimilate into American society, never more so than the ...
Survey of local food purchasing among Wisconsin Colleges.
This project documents local food production and consumption in Western Wisconsin. In order to characterize local food production and consumption, researchers surveyed 33 colleges and 23 school districts.