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  • Hilton, Kurt (2017-06-15)
    Exploring international borders, their inherent absurdity and the consequences of that absurdity.
  • Lavendar, Lawrence R.; Liu, Lin (2023-01-09)
    The downtown capstone team project is an attempt to understand and formu late a plan to address some of the needs of residents in downtown Detroit in close proximity of St. Aloysius church and specifically related ...
  • Sims, Ethan (2014-05-20)
    This exploration wonders about space and wanders about ways to explore the space between Entities. Drawing is a medium and a method between the designer and the audience, similar to literature but not quite. It is in the ...
  • Johnson, Brandon (2015-06-24)
    A graphic novel about dressing appropriately for a interview.
  • Biros, Sister Mary Bonaventure O.P. (2012-05-18)
    Satire and the satirists have been in evidence in all ages of the world's history. Satire has always ranked as one of the cardinal divisions of literature, and it has been distinctly cultivated by men of genius. This was ...
  • Kreska, Elizabeth (2013-06-13)
    In order for people to make environmentally-friendly choices, they must first begin to care for people that are close to them. By living in a community with shared living functions, the residents will begin to care about ...
  • McMahon, Michael J. (2012-05-24)
    The following investigation showed that when thin-walled tubes fail in elastic instability from a dynamic torsion; there will be a characteristic deformation in this failure. The characteristic deformation is circumferential ...
  • Dysktiria 
    Joglar-Cadilla, Jose Arturo (2017-05-20)
    How can architecture become a tool of awareness at the hand of a disruption within the standardization of the built environment by using a science fiction narrative? Conventional architecture has made people unappreciative ...
  • Archbold, Ruth Grace (2012-05-18)
    The scientific question of how and the accompanying philosophic why an individual reacts to his environment has always been an object of interest. Yet there are but few techniques available to investigate why an individual ...
  • Monroe, Alyssa (2019-05-16)
    Dementia, a chronic and progressive disorder of the brain, affects 50 million people worldwide. There are no current successful treatments, preventions, or cures for dementia. This thesis focuses on the design of a set of ...
  • Wilson, Richard (2012-05-17)
    Currently within the United States we are witnessing the largest aging population demographic of any time in our history. This is the “baby-boomer” generation; the Post-World War II babies which were born between 1946 and ...
  • Bayer, Christopher (2012-05-17)
    With the national economy on the fall many have questioned the future of the country. The State of Michigan in particular has come into a very trying time in its economic history. With the future of the automotive companies ...
  • Zelenock, Julie (2012-05-17)
    A study of how the environment will effect the education habits of elementary school students.
  • Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) (2015-08-21)
  • Zaiour, Fatme (2022-01-05)
    Caregiver strain is associated with high mortality levels. A few interventions have examined the influence of art therapy on caregiver stress or burden. The present study aimed to investigate whether attending six 1-hour ...
  • Munday, Navkiran (2016-05-19)
    Planaria are free living flatworms that are known for their regenerative elasticity and ability to quickly regenerate body fragments. This is made possible by the totipotent neoblasts distributed throughout their body which ...
  • Rahman, Shurid (2012-05-22)
    Shifts caused by de-industrialization in Western societies in concert with the development of the global economy are directly challenging the primary school archetype in the United States and other developed nations. ...
  • Collard, Nathan; Devlin, Alan; Howard, Bethany; Kraus, John; Williams, Iva June (2023-01-18)
    This capstone project’s research opened dialogue between neighbors and community partners. Our written case studies identify a pattern of ineffective and incomplete engagement, specifically with the residents of the ...
  • Mehen, Sister Francis Bernard I.H.M. (2012-05-18)
    New England, in the opening years of the nineteenth century, was religious--very religious and very Protestant. I do not mean by this that the prevailing religious tendencies were necessarily anti-Catholic, but rather, ...
  • Bannon, Brian (2012-05-17)
    When designing architecture, an architect must always decide how best to engage the existing conditions to most effectively initiate the newly introduced conditions. Whether remodeling an older facility or building something ...

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