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    • Admissions in SEC Enforcement Cases: The Revolution That Wasn't 

      Rosenfeld, David (University of Iowa Law Review, 2017)
      In 2013, the SEC departed from its long-standing policy of settling enforcement matters on a no-admit/no-deny basis, and for the first time began to require admissions when settling certain cases. The new admissions policy ...
    • How Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Language Disorder, and Typical Language Learn to Produce Global and Local Semantic Features 

      Gladfelter, Allison; Barron, Kacy L. (MDPI, 2020-04-11)
      A local processing bias, often considered a cognitive style unique to autism spectrum disorder (ASD), may influence the types of semantic features acquired by children with ASD and could contribute to weaknesses in word ...
    • Documentation of the one-person show of paintings: Éprouver 

      Dorn, Gordon (Northern Illinois University, 1995)
      The following work is presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master of Arts degree at Northern Illinois University. The work was produced between June 1994 and April 1995. It was presented in an ...
    • Documentation of the one-person show of paintings: Epiphany 

      Dorn, Gordon (Northern Illinois University, 1996)
      The following work is presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master of Fine Arts degree at Northern Illinois University. The work was produced between June 1995 and March 1996. It was presented in an ...
    • “Enemy Soldiers” and “Ball Mates”: Intra-Imperial Football and Identity Politics in Interwar Northeast Asia 

      Atkins, E. Taylor, 1967- (Studies on Asia, 2021-06-01)
      Nowhere in the colonial world was intra-imperial competition in association football (soccer) more common than that between imperial Japan and colonial Korea. Korean sides won an impressive 73% of their matches against ...
    • Accessibility and UDL 

      Shotick, Kimberly C. (2021-05-24)
      This presentation will give an overview of Universal Design for Learning and how to incorporate the guidelines into online teaching.
    • Amazon’s Antitrust Fair Play, a Transatlantic Evaluation 

      Vlazakis, Angelos; Varela, Angeliki (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2020-11)
      For the first time after a century, antitrust law has been making headlines around the country. Amazon, among other technological giants, finds itself in the middle of a cyclone against economic power. This article joins ...
    • Circumventing Consultation Under the National Historic Preservation Act: How Judicial Misapplication of Section 106 is Putting Historic and Cultural Resources at Risk 

      Gieryn, Samuel W. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2020-11)
      The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation’s website proudly features “Section 106 Success Stories” where broad and meaningful consultation led to exemplary outcomes. But what if the consultation process that lead to ...
    • Governments “Erasing History” and the Importance of Free Speech 

      Chauvin, Noah C. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2020-11)
      Nationwide protests against police brutality and structural racism have led to a renewed push for governments to take down or alter Confederate monuments and symbols. Advocates for these changes argue that they will make ...
    • State Prisons Turning into De Facto Mental Health Institutes: A Comparative Look at the Illinois and Nebraska State Prison Systems 

      Kramer, Margaret (Northern Illinois University, 2020-11)
      This Comment discusses the systems of approaching mental health in Nebraska and Illinois state prison systems. Starting with how prison systems became some of the largest de facto mental health institutes in the country ...
    • Researching the Jury’s Internet and Social Media Presence: The Ethical and Privacy Implications 

      Hart, Whitni (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2020-11)
      This Comment discusses the lack of guidelines regulating attorneys’ online research of potential and sitting jurors. Instantaneous online access to the personal lives of jurors provides attorneys with the opportunity to ...
    • Secret Surveillance Scores: Pay No Attention to What’s Behind the Curtain 

      Piper Geber, Allison (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2020-11)
      This Comment discusses the potential and actual misuse of consumers’ secret surveillance scores in e-commerce, employment, and housing situations, as evidenced in a 2019 FTC complaint. The calculation and use of these ...
    • A History of Elector Discretion 

      Rosin, Michael L. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2020-11)
      In its opinion in Chiafalo v. Washington, the Supreme Court disposes of the actual history of elector discretion as too inconsequential to merit its serious analysis. A history of elector discretion not only includes a ...
    • Global Innovation Law 

      Morris, P. Sean (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2020-11)
      This Article is about opening up a debate on global innovation law. The Article argues that a new hybrid area of transglobal law has emerged in the past decade due to the rise of various disruptive and technological ...
    • Burnout Doesn't Frighten Me 

      Stange, Meredith A.G. (Legal Writing Institute, 2021-03)
      This past semester we all taught during an unprecedented worst-case scenario, moving our courses online at the literal drop of a hat. Although I know my experience is not unique, from March to the end of the semester in ...
    • Woodstock Illinois Age-Friendly Livable Community Action Plan 

      Evans, Mim; Blanke, Andy; Walzer, Norman (Northern Illinois University Center for Government Studies, 2021-06)
      The City of Woodstock has a vision for an age-friendly future: Age-friendly Woodstock, Illinois is widely recognized as a warm, welcoming vibrant community offering lifelong opportunity and enrichment for youth and adults ...
    • How To 

      Kang, Christina M. 1994-- (Northern Illinois University, 2021-05)
      How To is a one-person exhibition of mixed media drawings and prints. The exhibited work is meant to convey my personal explorations and representations of my identity crisis as a Taiwanese-American woman in the forms of ...
    • Going Dutch 

      Valentine, Aimee J. (Northern Illinois University, 2021-04-30)
      Going Dutch is a narrative exploration of the boundaries of object/subject relationships through image, material, and form. Beds, body parts, containers, food, and domestic appliances appear in the work as symbols of ...
    • Disappear Here 

      Barnat, Larissa (Northern Illinois University, 2021)
      Through the disappearance, destruction of the environment, and personal loss, my paintings have a feeling of dread. Regarding the destruction of the environment, coral reefs play an essential role for local communities and ...