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    • The American Disability Act (ADA) protects disabled individuals against discrimination when seeking employment (U.S. Department of Justice Civil Right Division Disability Right Section 2009). However, unemployment rates amongst people with...
    • Pierrot M. Mpemwangi
    • People with Disabilities and the Workforce

    • 2015-04
    • The purpose of this research was to examine printmaking workshops. My theoretical approaches to the study were through the study of workshops written about in the history of printmaking. This included discussions with Dr. Lisa Schoenfielder who...
    • Nikki L. Richard
    • The Printmaking Workshop Community

    • 2014-11-14
    • Twenty-three million Americans are currently addicted to alcohol and/or other drugs. Only one in 10 of them (2.6 million) receives the treatment they need (""New Data Show Millions of Americans with Alcohol and Drug Addiction Could Benefit from...
    • Natalie R. Semrad
    • Exploring Relationship Maps Within The Substance Abuse Population

    • 2016-11-11
    • As schools continue to look for different ways to meet the needs of at-risk middle school students, many different types of mentoring programs have emerged to work with these students. Some schools have tried one type of mentoring program that...
    • Joseph J. Schmidt
    • The Effects of Peer Mentoring on Student Attitude and Behavior

    • 2013-07
    • The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of reflective reading on literacy achievement, based on the Northwest Evaluation Association's (NWEA) Measurement of Academic Progress [MAP] test (Northwest Evaluation Association, 2013) over a...
    • Whitney J. Wood
    • Effects of Reflective Reading on High School Student Achievement

    • 2013-07
    • The majority of studies describe mentoring effects within the business environment. Currently, there is a gap in the literature addressing mentoring among healthcare professionals. This study attempts to address this gap by analyzing questionnaire...
    • Lynne A. Dosch
    • Mentoring in Healthcare

    • 2013-05
    • The electric power industry, which includes electric cooperatives, has historically been one of the most stable employers in the world employing over 400,000 workers (Ashworth, 2006). In 2000, employees in the electric industry had an average...
    • Karla P. Yanske
    • CEO Leadership Styles in the Electric Cooperative Industry

    • 2015-04-24
    • Mathematical simulations provide a means of gaining greater insight in the development of novel technologies related to ultrasound imaging. This imaging modality is regarded as a preferred diagnostic technique, as ultrasound has the benefit of not...
    • Andrew P. Santoso
    • Simulating Ultrasound Echo Signals Using MATLAB

    • 2012-11-09
    • Immigration downside vs. benefits to communities: A case study Linda Landry*, Maribel Bird Viterbo University One of the main charges against welcoming immigrants to communities in many cities in the US includes the alleged depletion of resources...
    • Linda C. Laundry
    • Immigrant's downside vs. benefits to communities: A case study

    • 2012-11-09
    • Viterbo University seeks to instill in its graduates 5 core Franciscan values: Contemplation, Hospitality, Integrity, Stewardship, and Service. How can Viterbo and its graduates be sure that they are learning and living these values? This project...
    • Shannon M. Foss
    • Creating Survey Instruments of Institutional Core Values

    • 2012-11-09
    • Mathematical simulations provide a means of gaining greater insight in the development of novel technologies related to ultrasound imaging. This imaging modality is regarded as a preferred diagnostic technique, as ultrasound has the benefit of not...
    • Andrew P. Santoso
    • Simulating Ultrasound Echo Signals Using MATLAB

    • 2012-11-09
    • Autism is a disorder that affects three areas of cognition: communication, social interaction, and repetitive behaviors. Music therapy, which provides a secure environment for patients and works toward communication and social goals through music,...
    • Stacy L. Humfeld
    • Music Therapy for Autistic Students in the Classroom

    • 2014-11-14
    • The legume family is a class of vegetables which includes beans, peas, and lentils all of which are among the most versatile and nutritious foods available. Globally, of the more than 1300 legume species, about 20 are consumed by humans. Among...
    • Chris J. Pasquale
    • Growth Comparison Between Three Varieties of Yellow Beans

    • 2016-11-11
    • Servant leadership as first defined by Robert Greenleaf in the 1970s is a concept and practice that has grown in popularity in recent decades. The foundation of the term evolved from the model of Jesus's actions and leadership style within...
    • Elizabeth A. Elvekrog
    • Growing and Maintaining A Servant Led Culture

    • 2016-12
    • This case study explored how one of the fastest growing communities in the country embedded the principles of Robert Greenleaf's servant leadership principles into its civic DNAļæ½resulting in a remarkable success story. The unit of analysis for the...
    • Tracie R. Shipman
    • The City That Servant Leadership Built

    • 2016-07

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