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  • University-based Principal Preparation Programs in Texas in 2019: Where is Special Education? 

    Lê, Ann Hoa; Combs, Julie P. (School Leadership Review, 2021)
    Most principal training programs in the United States focus very little on preparing aspiring instructional leaders to lead programs for students with disabilities. An examination of principal preparation programs and their ...
  • The Bounty's Primogeniture and the Thursday-Friday Conundrum Brief 

    Albert, Donald Patrick (Pitcairn Log, 2020-04)
    One page summary of the research article "The Bounty's Primogeniture and the Thursday-Friday Conundrum" published in Athens Journal of Humanities & Arts in April 2020
  • Analysis Report: Survey on the Needs of SHSU’s Hispanic/Latinx Student Population 

    French, Leif; Hasler-Barker, Maria; Roberts, Matthew; Artamonova, Tatiana; Feu, Montse; Velasquez, Edna (Center for Multicultural and Rural Development, 2021-09-03)
    The purpose of the CMRD Hispanic/Latinx (HLx) Survey and report is to deepen our understanding of the profile and needs of Sam Houston State University’s (SHSU) unique HLx student population. Rather than extrapolating ...
  • Implications of Malicious 3D Printer Firmware 

    Moore, Samuel Bennett; Glisson, William Bradley; Yampolskiy, Mark (Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2017-01)
    The utilization of 3D printing technology within the manufacturing process creates an environment that is potentially conducive to malicious activity. Previous research in 3D printing focused on attack vector identification ...
  • Attack-Graph Threat Modeling Assessment of Ambulatory Medical Devices 

    Luckett, Patrick; McDonald, J. Todd; Glisson, William Bradley (Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2017-01)
    The continued integration of technology into all aspects of society stresses the need to identify and understand the risk associated with assimilating new technologies. This necessity is heightened when technology is used ...

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