Recent Submissions

  • StoutQuest: the journal of research at University of Wisconsin-Stout, no.8, 2014-2015 

    Flom, Hannah; Mell, Doug; Buchanan, Elizabeth; Poling, Jerry (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Provost’s Office, 2015)
    StoutQuest is the UW-Stout annual journal of faculty and staff research. The journal highlights the growing and diverse scholarship and applied research that happens every day among faculty, staff and students of Wisconsin's ...
  • StoutQuest: the journal of research at University of Wisconsin-Stout, no.7, 2013-2014 

    Mell, Doug; Flom, Hannah; Poling, Jerry, 1958- (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Provost’s Office, 2014)
    StoutQuest is the UW-Stout annual journal of faculty and staff research. The journal highlights the growing and diverse scholarship and applied research that happens every day among faculty, staff and students of Wisconsin's ...
  • StoutQuest: the journal of research at University of Wisconsin-Stout, no.6, 2012-2013 

    Poling, Jerry, 1958-; Flom, Hannah; Mell, Doug (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Provost’s Office, 2013)
    StoutQuest is the UW-Stout annual journal of faculty and staff research. The journal highlights the growing and diverse scholarship and applied research that happens every day among faculty, staff and students of Wisconsin's ...
  • Identification of novel antimicrobial peptides to be used in functional foods 

    Lee, Eun Joo (Food scientist); Grant, Jennifer Elizabeth; Thomas, Michael; Doering, Sean (2016-04-02)
    This project was supported by a UW-Stout research and dissemination grant to present at the 2016 conference of the American Society of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology. A special thanks to Dr. Burritt for materials and ...
  • Comparative analysis of ELISA & MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry methods for microcystins in freshwater samples 

    Grant, Jennifer Elizabeth; Turczyn, Andrew; Kadlec, Kimberly (2016-04-02)
    This project was supported by a UW-Stout Research and Dissemination grant to present at the 2016 conference of the American Society of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology.
  • A Stout advancement of undergraduate research 

    Grant, Jennifer Elizabeth; Anderson, Jane; Kirk, John Samuel, VIII, 1978- (2014-03-28)
  • Journal of Student Research, v.XVI, 2017 

    Reim, Peter (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2017-04)
    Publication containing research articles by UW-Stout students.
  • Journal of Student Research, v.XV, 2016 

    Reim, Peter (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    Publication containing research articles by UW-Stout students.
  • Journal of Student Research, v.XIV, 2015 

    Reim, Peter (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2015-04)
    Publication containing research articles by UW-Stout students.
  • Projections 

    Nimmer, Raine (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    Lost objects intrigue me. Lost objects have been tossed aside by someone who had assumed they were useless, while others were unknowingly dropped on the sidewalk or street. Some were deliberately thrown into the trash ...
  • Discrete 

    Lee, Karlaya (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    A colleague once described my work as “sophisticated glitter.” The idea that glitter, which is a cheap material and considered kitsch, may be transformed into sophistication, has compelled me to create works of art ...
  • Bad Feminist (for Roxane Gay) 

    Lange, Tiffany (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    My work explores topics of feminism and how growing up in the Midwest has influenced it. In The Role of Feminist Aesthetics in Feminist Theory, Hilde Hein explains feminism as, “The perspective that women bring to experience ...
  • Absence 

    Xiong, Koua (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    Absences fill our lives. As an abstraction of the nonexistent, these variables can present themselves in myriad and miscellaneous forms. Sometimes they begin as an insignificant loss, but with time they become a considerable ...
  • Torture in art throughout history 

    Danielson, Anna (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    Abstract Art is a valuable asset in drawing attention to difficult issues in a different way. Controversial and taboo subjects, such as torture, are often ignored in people’s daily lives, but no subject is off limits ...
  • B vitamin supplementation in treating depression 

    Klemp, Melissa L. (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    Objectives: 1. To assess if B vitamin supplementation decreases symptoms of depression. 2. To assess if B vitamin supplementation decreases depressive symptoms in people who take antidepressants yet still experience symptoms ...
  • Justifying homosexuality: globalization and its impact 

    Feldkamp, Lucas (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    This research examines the topic of homosexuality on a global scale and what helps or harms the justification of it. On a global scale, homosexuality is a topic that gets very polarized responses with some nations ...
  • International influence on the displacement of refugees 

    Schuppe, Shelby (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    This research utilizes the United Nations Database for Refugees in order to establish the three countries that assisted Yugoslavia by taking in the highest number of refugees. Germany, the United States, and Sweden ...
  • Intention and consequences in stem cell research 

    Olson, Justin S. (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    With the increasing use of stem cells in research, discussion surrounding the use of embryos for the derivation of stem cells has often been the cause of heated debates. After defining stem cells and exploring methods to ...
  • Hegemonic masculinity as a predictor of body satisfaction 

    Verhagen, Megan (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    The relationship between men and body satisfaction is a topic with increased traction within the academic community. However, there is currently no model in place that measures body satisfaction, and without a complete ...
  • Gender disparities among Tanzanian public schools 

    Mollel, Esuvat (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    This research analyzed Tanzania’s education system and sought to find if there were a disproportionate number of males to females who continued on from primary school to secondary school. In order to gather data on this ...

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