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  • Woltring, Mitchell (Middle Tennessee State University, 2013-03-25)
    A game defined and measured by hitting and pitching performances, baseball exists as the most statistical of all sports (Albert, 2003, p. ix). Probably more than any other sport, the game's present is couched in references ...
  • Lester, Evan (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2015-11-11)
    In 2010, Dr. Paul Craig, an aerospace professor at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU), was awarded two National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) grants to create the NASA Flight Operations Center – Unified ...
  • Knowles, Susan W.; Simpson, Lydia; Sirna, Angela (Center for Historic Preservation, Middle Tennessee State University, 2013)
    As described in the Multiple Property Submission, “Marble Industry of East Tennessee, ca. 1838-1963,” the marble industry was once an important sector of the regional economy. The Mead Marble Quarry stands as an example ...
  • West, Carroll Van (Center for Historic Preservation, Middle Tennessee State University, 2015-01-02)
    The RCA Victor Studios Building, at 30 Music Square West, Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, is eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places under Criterion A for its exceptional significance in the ...
  • Knowles, Susan W.; Simpson, Lydia; Sirna, Angela (Center for Historic Preservation, Middle Tennessee State University, 2013)
    As described in the Multiple Property Submission, “Marble Industry of East Tennessee, ca. 1838-1963,” the marble industry was once an important sector of the regional economy. By the early 1850s, the varicolored marble ...
  • West, Carroll Van (Center for Historic Preservation, Middle Tennessee State University, 2013-02-05)
    The Sullivan Jackson House is a nationally significant landmark of the Civil Rights Movement in Selma, Alabama. Dr. Sullivan Jackson and his wife Richie Jean Jackson were important local leaders. The house served as a ...
  • Ferrell, DaJuan (Middle Tennessee State University, 2014-06-25)
    There has been little research done that addresses the socio-emotional experiences of individuals who are graduate assistants and students. In working to fill this gap in the literature, my thesis project explores the ...
  • Johnson, Ashley (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2016-12)
    This thesis is a reflection of my undergraduate nursing student college experience. My objective was to demonstrate to college students, and nursing students in particular, that they are not alone in their journey and to ...
  • Copp, Daniel Voldemars (Middle Tennessee State University, 2015-06-29)
    When Kenneth Johnson's NBC science fiction miniseries V premiered on May 1, 1983, it took America by storm. The two-part alien invasion epic netted forty percent of the viewing audience; more than eighty million households ...
  • Thompson, Joseph Davis (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2015-08-14)
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  • Cumming, Amanda (Middle Tennessee State University, 2013-12-12)
    The present study aimed to investigate the N1 response for both narrow band and broadband sound in order to better understand auditory spatial localization, as well as the role of the "where" stream for localizing elevated ...
  • Mackey, Warren (Middle Tennessee State University, 1980)
    In the field of history, as well as other disciplines throughout academia, there is a problem that constantly plagues instructors teaching survey level courses: the problem of equally distinguished historians studying the ...
  • Badley, William (Middle Tennessee State University, 1993)
    Andrew Marvell's Mower poems, as a group, have been seen divergently as "charming" pastoral divertissements, ironic anti-pastorals, emblematic soul struggles, and theological allegories but have not been examined carefully ...
  • Elizabeth Vest (Middle Tennessee State UniversityTAMS Journal, 2015-03-20)
    From a social constructivist and pragmatist point of view, this qualitative case study looks at how new teacher navigate working within a Professional Learning Community or PLC team. Through structured interviews, the ...
  • JEWLScholar (James E. Walker Library, Middle Tennessee State University, 2015)
  • Hill, Joshua Michael (Middle Tennessee State University, 2013-06-06)
    An individual's decision making and life outcomes are often affected by noncognitive factors such as social skills and personality traits. A small but growing literature investigates the impact of noncognitive factors and ...
  • Calatrello, Stephen (Middle Tennessee State University, 2009)
    Although Norman Maclean is best known for his novella A River Runs through It, in Young Men and Fire, he asserts a central premise that undergirds his work: "The problem of identity is always a problem, not just a problem ...
  • Clements, Joel S. (Middle Tennessee State University, 2016-03)
    A meeting should help an organization better accomplish its mission. Many times our meetings do not achieve this goal. This does not have to be the case. Individuals and organizations invest significant time and resources ...
  • Tillner, Olivia Lane (Middle Tennessee State University, 2016-03-23)
    The term ‘museum school’ suggests a seemingly straightforward concept; one in which a museum and school coexist and benefit together. While, this is true, it does not include the wider and varied definitions associated ...

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