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  • Digital Scholarship Initiatives (Digital Scholarship Initiatives, Walker Library, Middle Tennessee State University, 2020)
    A Digital Scholarship Center Assessment. Digital Scholarship Initiatives began at Walker Library several years ago as a way to build out the library’s collections digitally. More recently, other initiatives have been added ...
  • Caggianelli, Kathryn (University Honors College Middle Tennessee State University, 2020-12-22)
    The purpose of this Creative Thesis Project is to see if ancient Greek myths and their many themes and retellings can be modernized and put into a lyrical and musical format and still retain their true meanings as well as ...
  • Lynn, Nicholas (University Honors College Middle Tennessee State University, 2020-12-09)
    Games have been a part of the Earth since the beginning of time. Animals and humans alike bond over playing games with one another. We use games as entertainment, learning devices, and for relationship building from the ...
  • Walden, Russell (University Honors College Middle Tennessee State University, 2020-12-14)
    Zea mays is one of the most highly produced crops in the world. It plays a big role in food security, fuel production, and economic stability. A factor that contributes to the production cost and yield of Zea mays is its ...
  • Teeples, Charles (University Honors College Middle Tennessee State University, 2020-12-02)
    The nitrile oxide-alkyne 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition reaction is a concerted reaction between a nitrile oxide, which is usually generated in situ, and an alkyne to afford an isoxazole. This reaction has been previously ...

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