University of Detroit Mercy Dissertation, Thesis, and Student Project Collections

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University of Detroit Mercy Dissertation, Thesis, and Student Project Collections


The University of Detroit Mercy Libraries/Instructional Design Studio present these bachelors theses, masters theses, and doctoral dissertations as fulfillment of students' requirements for graduation. This set of collections also includes student projects, including capstones and other creative and academic student work. The documents reflect the research, analysis, creative interpretation, and writing of the respective students. The University of Detroit Mercy accepts these theses as the original work of each student without endorsement of any specific theories, themes, architecture structure or creative interpretation.

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  • Mayes, Dakota (2018-08-23)
    Power is everywhere. It is a part of everyday life and there will always be someone in control for one reason or another. It does not matter whether or not it is considered good or bad, power happens regardless of the ...
  • Klee, Jacob (2018-08-23)
    Strolling a small town Main Street, the mind starts to drift—recalling a better time, where happy people read the newspaper and tip their top hats at the general store. Indeed, such towns often cling to this nostalgic past, ...
  • Dushane, Adam (2018-08-23)
    This thesis looks to explore a new way to in which stadiums are being designed. The idea is that the stadium will be reused after it is vacated by the franchise.
  • 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 ...
  • DiNicola, Dustin (2018-08-23)
    While it is common for an architectural thesis to culminate in the production of a building, this thesis takes a different approach. Rather than the production of a singular building, This thesis seeks to defend the argument ...

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