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  • USOAR Reflection and Final Report 

    Arizpe, Alyssa G, 1996-- (Northern Illinois University, 2019-01)
    Through the centuries, communities have maintained contact, recorded history, and learned from past mistakes through storytelling. This timeless, oral tradition first burst to life in Ancient Greece. While literature and ...
  • Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures 

    Huck, Rachel A., 1997-- (2018)
    Psychogenic non-epileptic seizures are a sub-type of seizures that are typically associated with trauma and dissociative disorders. This paper explores the overall nature of these seizures. The presentation of the actual ...
  • Making Middle School Science Curriculum Lesson Plans More Culturally Relevant to Early Adolescent Ethnic Minorities 

    Grazutis, Ashley M., 1996-- (Northern Illinois University, 2018-12-09)
    The changing needs of our students, such as an increased knowledge of social justice and equity issues, are gaining importance in teacher training programs as world views of social norms are broadened to address the changing ...
  • Animals and Death: An Analysis of Animal Remains at the Castledyke South Cemetery Site 

    Ercolani, Jesse A., 1996-- (Northern Illinois University, 2018-12-11)
    This thesis explores the placement of animal remains in the Castledyke South Cemetery Site in Barton-on-Humber. The site itself was used by the Anglo-Saxons during the period of the late 5th or early 6th to the late 7th ...
  • Navigate, Balance, and Retain 

    McCord, Chris; Rigg, Lesley; Levin, Amy; Coller, Brian; Reynolds, Jeff (2014)
    "Navigate, Balance, and Retain: Developing Success in Mid-Career For Female STEM Faculty" is a two-year collaboration between NIU's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and College of Engineering. We are examining factors ...

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