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Switching Behavior in Ferromagnetic Nanorings
Magnetic nanorings have unique closed-flux vortex states that exhibit no stray field. The chirality of the vortex can be used to represent a "1" or a "0" in magnetic bits for data storage purposes. Atomic Force Microscopy ...
This project discusses my exploration into depth and space using three-dimensional elements within a two-dimensional surface. Individually drawing different elements from sculptures I have previously created and then ...
Poverty in an Affluent Nation
Stoppard Gone Wilde: The Invention of Identity
Tom Stoppard is arguably best-known for two works the play "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead" (1967) and the film "Shakespeare in Love" (1998) that draw on the works of William Shakespeare. What many people don't ...
When Does Warmness Become Warmth? An Investigation of Children's Vocabulary Acquisition Through Their Writing
This study examined differences between third and fifth graders in the use of morphologically complex words in written and oral storytelling, as well as how morphological awareness predicted the use of morphologically ...
The Relationship Between Music and Emotion, as Conveyed by Prosody, in Individuals With Williams Syndrome
This study examined the relationship between musical training and the emotional comprehension of prosodic sentences in a special population, individuals with Williams syndrome. Many of the stimuli and procedures of Thompson, ...
Mutational Analysis of T. brucei Components of Motile Flagella (TbCMF) Genes in the African Trypanosome
Flagella and cilia play significant roles in mobility and environmental sensing in microbes as well as organ and gamete function in more complex organisms. The African trypanosome, Trypanosoma brucei, is a model organism ...
Matrices in Motion
This thesis studies the patterns found in contra dance, representable by manipulations of 2x2 matrices, and investigates their use onstage in performance dance idioms. On March 26 and 27, 2010, eight dancers explored these ...