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Theses/Dissertations from 2020

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Assessing therapists’ attitudes toward consensually non-monogamous clients, Tara Baluck

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Climate change instruction in higher education: Pre-service teachers’ engagement in an interdisciplinary pop-up learning community, Mary Charlotte Bautistia

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Comparison of nutrition education approaches on fruit and vegetable intake in older adults, Noelle R. Blasch

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The effects of light level and temperature on freshwater microbial biomass, production, enzyme activity, and community composition, Joel Bonney

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Faring better or worse: A quantitative analysis of student success outcomes of the Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program at Eastern Michigan University, Kimberly J. Brown

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Reimagining schools: A descriptive analysis of effective practices for educating marginalized students, Tamela D. Brown

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Affirmation and reaction: Towards a critical biosemiotic sociology, Benjamin Dreyer

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The relationship between internet usage habits and student achievement, Jonathan L. Duley

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Body image/imagining bodies: Trauma, control, and healing in graphic memoirs about anorexia, Kristine M. Gatchel

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Maternal factors in the disordered eating of adolescent girls: Proposing and evaluating a new model, Miriam Goldstein

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Revenue policing, social control, and neoliberalism, Nathaniel Graulich

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Student success and geography: An analysis of contributing factors that determine college academic achievement and persistence of Black males, LaMarcus D. Howard

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A comparative analysis of the experiences of African American students at Eastern Michigan University during the Civil Rights era and in the 21st century: A historical case study, Maria A. Jackson-Smith

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The pursuit of procedural justice and police legitimacy: A case study of community police officers’ perceptions of the perceived benefits of higher education, Tara M. Kane

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Student activism at Eastern Michigan University 1961-1970, Philip J. Kotwick

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A study of sense of belonging and its relationship with engagement, persistence, and intersectionality in higher education, Christine Lancaster

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Uniting maternity care with neonatal intensive care: Analysis advancing hospital experiences for families of newborns through design, Stephanie Legg

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The athletic training clinical experience: A phenomenological study, Courtney M. Lewis

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An evaluation of co-culture parameters effecting antibiotic production in soil microbes, Rebecca Lindow

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Using unfolding case studies in a traditional classroom setting to enhance critical thinking skills in pre-licensure Bachelor of Science Nursing students, Elaine M. Lloyd

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Legal complexities of the sex trafficking of minors, Christine McCormick

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Temporal changes in unisexual and sexual Ambystoma salamander populations in southeast Michigan, Kelsey B. Mitchell

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Trajectory of trauma: The experiences of Black girls in the school-to-prison pipeline, Heather Nicholson-Bester

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Experiences and perceptions of students with disabilities in higher education, Lauren O'Toole

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The lived experiences of first-generation African American males during their freshman year at a rural, middle Atlantic predominately White institution, Sharon E. Procter