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  • Bassie, Cummings, III (2012-05-18)
    In recent years, around 48 percent of non-hospital healthcare establishments employed fewer than five workers. In contrast, 72 percent of hospital employees were in establishments with more than 1,000 workers. How can ...
  • Charrier, Raquel (2019-06-04)
    This thesis intends to interrogate the psychological realm of architecture that has been under examined in today’s world. Through the evolution of architecture there has always been questions on how to design; however, ...
  • Unknown author (2018-01-22)
  • Mixed-Ag 
    Jacobs, Thomas (2014-05-21)
    Urban agriculture has taken root throughout Americas cities, and especially Detroit, with its shrinking population and expanding vacant land. It is a noble, effective, and productive conversion of unused blighted land ...
  • Sutton, Matthew (2018-08-23)
    This thesis is centered around the study of an individual in mobile spaces that are designed to allow one to experience environments and landscapes outside of their current dwelling. The study is designed to be interpretable ...
  • Gehring, Jake (2012-05-18)
    The twentieth century revealed the American metropolis as a space that has consistently extended outward rather than expanding upward. Because the expansion evolved horizontally, urban spaces and landscape entities grew ...
  • Mizak, Jeremy (2016-05-18)
    In questioning the dichotomy between individuals and collective society- where does there exist the balance between public and private space; the desire for privacy and the need for companionship. The humanistic need for ...
  • Jaber, Adnan (2017-06-15)
    Moral psychology has been an area of study advanced by philosophers and political scientists for the most part of its history. Although various psychological attempts have been made to study moral decision-making and ...
  • Nelsen, Brian (2012-05-18)
    Reconstructing the concept of place as a location of events fosters a greater social awareness of occasion. In an effort to adopt and encourage this reconstruction, this thesis will develop a specific Place Theory which ...
  • Dunklin-Stokes, Regina (2015-06-22)
    Everyone needs some encouragement. See how one school shares some inspiring words with a new student.
  • Dara, Christopher (2012-05-18)
    This thesis explores the architectural nuances of relinquished waterfront parcels of land in the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Because of deindustrialization in this area the city has been left fragmented in that the ...
  • Hanna, Jennifer (2012-05-18)
    Movement is defined by Webster’s Dictionary as a given change of place or position or posture; the act or process of moving. The intent of the project is to celebrate the movement of pedestrians and the experiences within ...
  • Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) (2015-08-21)
  • MacLachlan, Miriam (Blurb, 2017-04-24)
    This thesis is an attempt to explore and address the various systems of power and control and the mediums which are used within society to control and manipulate the perceptions of the populace. The goal of this thesis is ...
  • Liadis, Nicholas G. (2012-05-18)
    Music and sound, from simple rhythms and pulses to the most intricate harmonies and scales, offers the complexity of experience inherent in things dependent on a medium of time; habitually, musical perception corresponds ...
  • Castiglione, Benjamin (2012-05-23)
    This project is an investigation of how the built environment affects the natural environment, and how the natural environment affects the built environment. The goal of this project is to design multiple aspects of the ...
  • Beall, Eugenie Reagan (2012-05-18)
    Both as a poet and a critic, Thomas Stearns Eliot has profoundly influenced post-world War I literature. Not only has he conveyed his view of the human condition poetically, but he has articulated the philosophy which ...
  • Turner, Jonathan (2020-09-10)
    This thesis establishes a foundational understanding of current autism-friendly design approaches and conceptualizes new methods in research and design. Early on in the research an intimate connection between architecture ...
  • Russell, Alena (2012-05-18)
    The environment is adapting to its continually changing landscapes, modified by man to make way for cities and architecture that dominates over the surrounding green spaces that still exist. But over time, the once dominating ...
  • Gao, Jiyong (2017-06-14)
    Real-time navigation and mapping of an autonomous robot is one of the major challenges in autonomous robot systems. In this dissertation, a novel sensor-based biologically inspired neural network algorithm to real-time ...

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