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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  • Marcantonio, Philip (2022-05-16)
    Throughout the turn of the 20th century humanity saw a shift in its way of life as technology evolved ever so rapidly. This technological integration, having lasted for already over a half of a century, has crossed ...
  • Short, Chelsea (Blurb, 2022-05-13)
    Shifting urban planning methodologies to reintroduce equity, support the foundation of a city and emphasize the strength of community engagement through networking. Urban contexts are compositions of interwoven systems of ...
  • Kile, Taylor (2022-05-16)
    Tourism is not a new concept; however, only recently have individuals begun to fully understand the positive and negative effects tourism can play on a local community. For example, in the book, Tourism: Economic, Physical ...
  • Tavernier, Neteya (2022-05-16)
    This thesis explores how underprivileged communities can be supported and transformed to overtime become self-sustaining. A self-sustaining community is one that is planned, built, or modified to promote sustainable living ...
  • Duranovich, Sean (2022-05-16)
    The practice of adaptive reuse can shape views of the past and inspire visions of the future through expressions of memory and place as being transmitted through the users lived experience. Collective memory, sense of ...

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