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Jazz and the Great Migration: How African Americans and the Great Migration Changed the Sound of American Music
The Great Migration impacted America in countless ways from its very beginnings at the end of the nineteenth century. The arrival of new residents in the Northeast, West and Midwest regions altered the economic and social ...
Development of Virtual Reality Simulation for Emergency Evacuation in Education
Virtual Reality has recently developed as a prevalent technique adopting in numerous fields of scientific experiments. The thriving concept of simulating an interaction environment broadens the researchers’ competence to ...
Financial Aid and College Graduation
Using data for about 3,800 colleges and universities in the US, this paper examines the effects of financial aid on graduation rates. It estimates a linear regression model with graduation rates as the dependent variable ...
A Visit From Mr. Death
Now, more than ever, reflecting on the world around us in a creative manner is of the highest importance to continue to understand and connect with each other. In this panel, we strive to highlight the diverse and different ...
Growth rates and lifespans of Glycymeris Americana from North Carolina, USA during the Pliocene and Pleistocene
Poster about the lifespan of modern bivalves by measuring shells. Applied von Bertalanffy growth was fit to size at age data
Examining the Impact of Critical Incidents, Organizational Variables and Coping Skills on Sleep Quality in Law Enforcement Officers
Previous research demonstrated that police stress negatively affects sleep quality with coping skills moderating this association (Hartley et al., 2014). The present study aims to expand on these findings by including other ...
Examining Asymmetries in Microfractures
In forensic anthropology the study of bone trauma has historically focused on gross anatomical patters in fractures. More information may be available using CT technology to examine trauma at a microscopic scale. This ...