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    • ART, PRIDE AND HERITAGE : LEARNERS RESPONDING TO MULTICULTURAL IMAGES 

      Waller, Angela Rae (East Carolina University, 2012)
      Do students naturally select artwork that is of their own heritage or do they choose what they find inspiring for other reasons? The purpose of this study was to detect if students prefer artwork based on what they find ...
    • Cultural Competence and Referral Rates of Hispanic Students 

      Pahl, Jennie (East Carolina University, 2014)
      Hispanic students continue to be disproportionately placed in special education compared to their Caucasian peers. Special education referral rates have been examined based on a number of variables including teacher race, ...
    • Effects Of Nutrient Availability And Disturbance On The Composition And Diversity Of Soil Microorganisms 

      Thigpen, Joshua C. (East Carolina University, 2015)
      Determining how factors such as disturbance and nutrient availability affect species diversity in a community has been a major goal of community ecology. The purpose of this study was to look at how species diversity and ...
    • Escapist Ideations 

      Hutchinson, Katya Lee (East Carolina University, 2022-04-22)
      Escapist Ideations is a series of intaglio etchings exploring personal anxieties around global and systemic crises. Visualized as a series of escapist fantasies, each print represents a theme which is explored using ...
    • Merit Scholarships: Are They Accessible For All Students 

      Raleigh, Shaelyn R (East Carolina University, 2022-05-04)
      Higher education should be accessible to all who reach for it. However, it is often out of reach for students from low socioeconomic backgrounds largely due to the cost barrier. Merit scholarship programs help make education ...
    • THE LIVED EXPERIENCES OF AFRICAN AMERICAN PUBLIC UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATORS 

      Prince, T. Greg (East Carolina University, 2015-11-18)
      This study explores the lived career experiences of African American university development administrators who work at public higher education institutions. In a society that is growing increasingly ethnically diverse, ...