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To see a listing of theses and dissertations completed before August 2001, see Masters, Doctoral and Specialists Theses Written by Eastern Michigan University Students: A Listing by Department of Theses Available in the Eastern Michigan University Library as of August 2001.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2020

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Hermione syndrome: Reexamining feminist sidekicks and power in 2000-2010 children’s and young adult fantasy literature, Josiah Pankiewicz

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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

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Narrative of the wild: An autoethnographic exploration of protected areas within the United States of America, Isaac S. Reimer

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Culturally responsive school leadership: Examining White male principals’ practices, Alex Schukow

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College choice and African American males: A case study exploring the intersection of family, school, and society on the college choice decision-making process, W. Samino Scott II

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Nutritional adequacy comparison of Paleo and healthy U.S. dietary patterns followed by athletic adults, Emily L. Sherwood

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Evaluation of pediatric acute ulcerative colitis management protocol, Samantha Simons

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The effects of low-level pharmaceuticals on stream biofilm structure and function across a land-use gradient in streams of the Huron River watershed, Elizabeth Mae Stover

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Accuracy of predicted energy expenditure from a Fitbit Inspire HR activity monitor during short- and long-duration exercise, Cailyn Van Camp

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Post-military service coping behaviors of student veterans, Benjamin Wilson

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The Monument of Memories as a place/space of multifarious rhetorical action, Meagan K. Winkleseth

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Higher education disability professionals perceptions on transition processes for college freshmen with autism spectrum disorders, Shontaye M. Witcher

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Motor skill performance and physical activity in children with features of autism spectrum disorder, Morgan K. Wright

Theses/Dissertations from 2019

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Design,formulation and synthesis of UV/Thermal dual cure, bio-based polyurethane coatings, Ozlem Kubra Akdogan

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Mentorship experiences of doctoral students: Effects on program satisfaction and ideal mentor qualities, Alicia Apperson

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Communication of sexual information from child to parent, Andrew Armbruster

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“So, what do you do?” Transformative advising: Reconceptualizing the role of student government advisors in higher education, Clyde Barnett III

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Exploring the relationship between fraternal organizations and the University of Michigan: An organizational analysis, Devin Berghorst

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The American phantasmagoria: The rise of spiritualism in nineteenth-century America, Daniel Bowlin

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Para los hijos y nuestro futuro: Reconceptualizing Costa Rican identity through the Civil War, Amberlyn Britt

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Volunteering to lead: Combat affairs that shaped the command philosophy of Major Rufus R. Dawes, U.S.A. and Captain James Cooper Nisbet, C.S.A. (1861-1862), Trace Brusco

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Instructional communication in preservice education: Rapport, conflict, and classroom management, Vanessa Callanan

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Unravelling the D1R-D2R heteromer, Margaret M. Champion

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Development of optimal dyeing methods with natural dyes for environmentally friendly hemp textile, Natalie Chipot

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Perceptions and experiences of LatinXs in nontraditional Hispanic-serving institutions (NTHSIs), Susanna Coll-Ramírez