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    • Fish Passage Culvert Assessment in the St. Louis River Area of Concern in Wisconsin 

      Eliot, Amy (Lake Superior Research Institute, 2017-09-27)
      This project assessed 159 culvert crossings within the Wisconsin St. Louis River Area of Concern (AOC) to identify those disrupting hydrology and impeding aquatic organisms from accessing upstream and downstream habitats. ...
    • Implementing WI DNR's Lake Superior Nearshore Monitoring Plan 

      Schmude, Kurt; Balcer, Mary; Eliot, Amy (Lake Superior Research Institute, 2014-07-31)
    • Integrating Art Therapy and Ecotherapy to Help Young Adults in Higher Education Settings 

      Molin, Lori (2018-06-04)
      This thesis paper was written to show the collaboration of ecotherapy and art therapy and how they can be applied to work with young adults in higher education settings. Currently throughout the United States, there are ...
    • Art Therapy and Other Creative Modalities Used for Children/Adolescents Suffering from Grief 

      Gidlund, Jeanne M. (2018-05-31)
      Art therapy and other creative modalities have been proven to promote healing for children and adolescents suffering from the effects of grief and loss, as well as providing a vital communications tool that does not ...
    • Great Waters Research Collaborative: Great Lakes Ship Ballast Monitoring Project 

      Mays, Nicole; Knight, Ivor; Gruwell, Matthew; Beesley, Kimberly M.; Balcer, Mary; Gebhard, Steven; Fanberg, Lana; Anders, Olivia; Cangelosi, Allegra; TenEyck, Matthew; Saillard, Heidi; Ruzycki, Elaine; Schwerdt, Tyler; Schaefer, Heidi; Prihoda, Kelsey; Polkinghorne, Christine N.; Regan, Deanna; Reavie, Euan; Murphy, Marylee; Venditto, Tony; Tudor, Karada (Lake Superior Research Institute, 2018-05-31)
      This Technical Report, developed by the Great Waters Research Collaborative (GWRC), presents methods and findings from the Great Lakes Ship Ballast Monitoring Project (Project), a two-year effort supported by the United ...
    • The Nemadji Review, Volume 7 

      Postal, Katie; Tolas, Allison; Lockwood, Ben; Hage, Marcia; Schwartz, Joseph; Fields, Rylan; Murillo, Tania; Lewandowski, Doug; Birman, Martyann E.; Reiten, Jennifer; Wetzel, Carsen; Gardner, Susan; Hewitt, Brittany; Johnson, Sophia; Hedman, Joey; McGarvey, Megan; Yam, Deb; France, Melissa; White, Erika D.; Brand, George; Dietsche, Lucas (University of Wisconsin-Superior, 2018)
      Volume 7 of The Nemadji Review. Includes poetry, short fiction, creative non-fiction, and research.
    • Art Therapy and the Quality of Life among Elderly with Dementia 

      Krohn, McKenzie (2018-01-09)
      This thesis will discuss how art therapy works with elderly who are going through different stages of Dementia. History and background will be discussed as well as statistics to emphasize how elderly are affected by this ...
    • A Mindful Way to Heal: Discussing Efficacy of Mindfulness Based Expressive Arts Therapies in Treating Trauma Affected Adults 

      Folz, Amber (2018-01-09)
      The purpose of this paper is to analyze the efficacy of mindfulness based expressive arts therapies in treating trauma affected adults. I will explore the notion of mindfulness and its many benefits separately as well as ...
    • The Power of Art Therapy and The Mind of Dementia 

      Hodgkinson, Calla J. (2017-12-19)
      This paper explores the multiple dimensions of the disease dementia. It is also an exploration of how art therapy is useful and beneficial in treating the psychological and psychosocial needs of people living with one form ...
    • The McNair Scholars Journal, 2017 

      Semanko, Reggie L.; Milbradt, Nataly A.; Cabak, Jenessa I.; Jensen, Jade; Pitts, Gregory; Lee, David; Robinson, D’Andre; Nelson, Chantele; Bennett, Amber J.; Hammer, Alexandria; Kindstrand, Adelia (University of Wisconsin-Superior, 2017)
      The McNair Program at the University of Wisconsin-Superior prepares income eligible, first generation college students and students from groups underrepresented in graduate education for doctoral study. It is a nationwide ...
    • The Joys and Surprises of Telling Your Life Story 

      Kunz, John A., & Tyrrell, Mary O'Brien (University of Wisconsin Board of Regents, 2002)
      Designed to inspire older adults to tell their life stories informally, in writing, on video or in public performance. Introduces the idea of working with a life story professional and offers guidelines for choosing one. ...
    • Healing for Adolescents: An Art-based Approach to Coping with Trauma 

      Vaughan, Rebecca (2017-05-10)
      The purpose of this paper was to determine whether art therapy groups for middle school students dealing with trauma was beneficial or not. The students were given different materials and a different intervention each ...
    • How Art Therapy Can Assist College Students from Diverse Backgrounds in Overcoming Cultural Differences 

      Kim, Narae (2017-05-10)
      The opportunity for international students on university campuses to participate in art therapy is a beneficial student service. Through art therapy interventions, students may gain pride and confidence in their academics ...
    • The Nemadji Review, Volume 6 

      Wong, Jade; Koch, Emily; Greenwood, Leah; Strait, Micaela; Brunner, Hannah; Anderson, Amy; Adams, Robert; Maxwell, Joseph; Hafemeyer, Bryant; Wilken, Phillip; Smuda, Jacob; Sande, Kourtney; Greenwood, Kelci; Terway, Josh; France, Melissa; King, Faith; Johnson, Gavin; Hermans, Chad; Thompson, Justin; Audette, Auriana; McGarvey, Megan; Slattery, Patrick (University of Wisconsin-Superior, 2017)
      Volume 6 of The Nemadji Review. Includes poetry, short fiction, creative non-fiction, and drama.
    • The McNair Scholars Journal, 2016 

      Laroche-Theune, Trevor; Scott, Brandon; Rogers, L.S.; Hill-Dant, Asia S.; Neba, Marianne; Soto, Ernesto; LaVoie, Jodi; Banda, Nyanyika; Irungu, Valentine; Rose, Emily; Honness, Brian (University of Wisconsin-SuperiorUniversity of Wisconsin-Superior, 2016)
      The McNair Program at the University of Wisconsin-Superior prepares income eligible, first generation college students and students from groups underrepresented in graduate education for doctoral study. It is a nationwide ...
    • The McNair Scholars Journal, 2008 

      Sullivan, Michael; Van Dyke, Britney; Lutmer, Nina; Hooker, Stephanie; Wiggins, Jacky; Schlender, Jason; Gervais, Justin; Ojanen, Joseph (University of Wisconsin-Superior, 2008)
      The McNair Program at the University of Wisconsin-Superior prepares income eligible, first generation college students and students from groups underrepresented in graduate education for doctoral study. It is a nationwide ...
    • Art Therapy Considerations for Transgender Youth and Young Adults 

      Trussoni, Adam R. (2016-12-22)
      Social stigmas, being shunned by family and friends, violence, and sexual abuse are some of the hardships that transgender youth may face. The complex nature of being a transgender person almost inevitably creates emotional, ...
    • Shedding Internalized Shame and Guilt: The Use of Art Therapy in Substance Use and Mental Health Treatment Programs 

      Raasch, Nora C. (2016-12-22)
      Drug and alcohol abuse has become a costly epidemic in society. Helping those who suffer from addiction requires proper treatment and care. Addiction is defined as compulsive alcohol and drug seeking despite negative ...
    • The Role of Art Therapy for Adults with Cognitive and Physical Disabilities 

      Lindholm, Nikki M. (2016-12-22)
      The following research explores art therapy and how it is beneficial to persons living with disabilities on a day-to-day basis, whereas another type of therapy may not be so rewarding to them. A brief background of how art ...
    • Scaffolded Silent Reading: More Effective than Sustained Silent Reading? 

      Proepper, Elizabeth (2016-12-20)
      The purpose of this study was to measure the effect of Scaffolded Silent Reading on third grade students’ reading comprehension and fluency. During Scaffolded Silent Reading participants read independently and silently ...