DSpace at My University: Recent submissions

  • Jones, Seth (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2019-08-14)
    This project provides an overview of the story Christianity and Bible translations in Japan by cataloguing and critically examining selected Japanese biblical translations. It begins with the Jesuit missions in the 16th ...
  • Williams, Moose (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2019-04-16)
    Masculinity is a quality that we expect of a man. It’s a timeless concept that appears throughout American society. Boys are crafted and beaten until they embody what it means to be a man. Unfortunately, boys aren’t the ...
  • Warner, Beverly (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2019-04-26)
    This is a study of solar bursts utilizing a record of multiple radio telescope data from differing observation sites across the country. Since identifying and comparing solar bursts manually is both cumbersome and subjective, ...
  • Towle, Andrew (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2019-04-24)
    Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a disorder known for the chaotic behavior it facilitates in its sufferers, and the emotional and mental struggles it incites in those surrounding someone with the disorder[MOU1]. ...
  • Ross, Thomas III (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2019-07-09)
    Fungal endophytes inhabiting plant vascular tissue can alter the physiology of their host’s. Changes in growth rate, as well as resistance to disease and drought are some of the effects observed in plants whose tissue ...
  • Stallings, Kayley (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2019-04-21)
    Grape production in the United States is a $162 billion business. Vitis vinifera is the major species in this industry, but less than desirable growing conditions for these grapes predominate in the US, making it critical ...
  • Srisuriyo, Don (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2019-04-22)
    As advanced social animals, humans have adapted with the times to satisfy their social needs. The development and progression of the Internet and social media has connected people all over the world. People can socialize ...
  • Seaton, Destiny (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2019-04-23)
    To raise awareness of climate change, the media must become masters at engaging consumers with MCCC [media communication about climate change] and ensure the images shared induce feelings of saliency (importance of climate ...
  • Roldan, Peter (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2019-05-01)
    With the rise in demand for decorative concrete, colored concrete started to offer more to the market than its traditional earth-toned color palate. Color matching and blending in concrete and mortar mixes are necessary ...
  • Reece, Rachel (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2019-04-23)
    Poetry has long been an effective medium for survivors of extreme traumas to express their feelings and share their experiences. This is especially true for survivors of the atomic bomb in Hiroshima, Japan in 1945. There ...
  • Quinn, Steven (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2019-05-16)
    Phil Spector was one of, if not the most influential producer of the 1960s and was an instrumental part in moving music in a new direction. With his “Wall of Sound” technique, he not only changed how the start of the ...
  • Palmer, Dylan (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2019-04-23)
    Plea Bargaining is the primary method of convicting someone in the modern criminal justice system. Plea bargaining or a defendant pleading guilty is rooted throughout U.S. history. The usage of plea bargaining first became ...
  • Norsby, Alexa (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2019-04-24)
    This creative project, comprised of nine short stories, explores the lives of nine elementary-aged students of low socioeconomic status, the adversity they have faced, and how they have handled everything that has ...
  • Murriel, Jada (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2019-04-24)
    The pathogenic yeast Cryptococcus neoformans (Cn) is the cause of death of nearly 181,000 people annually. When Cn is inhaled, it is first detected by alveolar macrophages, innate phagocytic cells that engulf and attempt ...
  • Mohammed, Asfah (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2019-04-19)
    Aurones are a sub-family of natural compounds in the flavonoid family found in plants. Recent research has shown progress in the synthesis of aurones and their therapeutic potential as anti-cancer, anti-fungal, anti-microbial, ...
  • Miller, Caitlin (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2019-04-21)
    This study investigated the reasons why parents choose to send their children to charter schools in the Nashville/Davidson County area. Over 100 parents were given a survey at eight charter schools. The survey consisted ...
  • Marshall, Alexis (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2019-04-24)
    In an effort to bring better visibility and more nuanced coverage to an underreported issue, this project compiles available research on the topic of domestic violence, establishes the need for increased quality and quantity ...
  • Loveless, Megan (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2019-04-19)
    Nashville, Tennessee is brimming with the most talented musicians found anywhere in the world. Known as “Music City,” it is no surprise that there are a multitude of shows happening every night of the week of all different ...
  • Kulas, Benjamin (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2019-05-02)
    Methods of numerical integration in the Runge-Kutta family are parametrized by several arrays of coefficients used in the integration process. These coefficients can take any value and still form a valid integration method, ...
  • Kobeck, Elizabeth (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2019-04-24)
    An online survey was distributed to Middle Tennessee State University students who were or are affiliated with someone who is diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. This was done as a measure to know the campus population’s ...

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