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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  • Placeless 
    Tran, Jason (2020-09-15)
    To be in place is to known where you belong in the world. However, before you are in place, you must first find it. Traditionally, the idea of place is a fixed concept. Usually, it is the place in which we are born and ...
  • Begin, Nathalie (2020-09-15)
    This thesis project began with an investigation of the current healthcare industry and healing design practices. A gap exists in the current healthcare industry between hospital and home. This gap forces people to rush ...
  • Gatto, Amanda (2020-09-14)
    Educational developers are the root system of higher education; not often seen, but they keep teaching and learning alive and healthy. They do this by creating connections between people, places, and ideas. Their methods ...
  • Unknown author (2020-09-14)
    A new model of sustainable housing is called for by the growing number of natural disasters. Current disaster relief housing fails to meet sustainable standards and does not consider the personal impacts of natural disasters ...
  • Stawiarski, Thaddeus (2020-09-14)
    These design methods propose a potential future for growing Detroit communities. Detroit exists in a very complex state of urbanity. The centrality on industry during the development of the automotive boom structured the ...

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