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  • Blaikie, Andrew (University of Oregon, 2020-09-24)
    In the quest to probe the nanoscale, new materials have been discovered. One of these materials is graphene, a sheet of carbon a single atom thick. An especially exciting application of graphene is its use in thermal ...
  • Vold, Veronica (University of Oregon, 2014-10-17)
    In the postwar era of the United States, as military-industrial chemicals leak into airways, waterways, and foodways in unprecedented plumes and cancer clusters, comic art forms generate diverse environmental imaginations. ...
  • Koonce, Elizabeth (2021-06-13)
    The United States currently faces a range crisis on it’s public lands. Federally protected mustangs (Equus caballus) share a degraded range with millions of grazing livestock. Mustangs’ contentious status as an alleged ...
  • Martin, Tessa (2008-12-12)
  • Johnson, Cameron (University of Oregon, 2021-09-13)
    Here I present studies for the manipulation of free electrons using materialholograms and the application of holographically structured electrons in interferometry. The research in this dissertation can be divided into two ...
  • Leone, Steven (University of Oregon, 2018-09-06)
    While multiple questions drive this project, one fundamental query lays at its center. How did American approaches to mortality, their own and others, during the early national period (roughly 1770 to 1850) shape both their ...
  • Thapa Magar, Ritendra (University of Oregon, 2016-10-27)
    In Nepal, the harsh mountainous topography hinders a viable transport infrastructure, including roads, making trails and mule tracks the only available option for a majority of the population. This isolates communities and ...
  • Krause, Alan (University of Oregon, 2012)
    How do organizations assess and explain their performance? Prior studies have attempted to demonstrate that, like individuals, organizations take credit for good performance and blame poor performance on influences in ...
  • Pedroza, Jonathan (University of Oregon, 2021-11-23)
    Less than 10% of U.S. adults meet physical activity recommendations. Physical inactivity leads to poor physical and mental health conditions. Little is known about community factors on a county level associated with ...
  • Cyrus, Heather; Dillard, Suni; Young, Robert (University of Oregon, 2010)
    As one of the Sustainable City Year (SCY) projects this year, Green Cities students were asked to research, plan, and design environmentally friendly re-use and redevelopment options for the Salem Housing Authority ...
  • Stephens, Ric (University of Oregon, 2022)
    How can cities become more sustainable, resilient, and regenerative? This question is the foundation for studies in the“Green Cities”course that examines the history and future of the interface between urban growth and ...
  • Cunha-Rigby, Matthew; Young, Robert F. (University of Oregon, 2009)
    The Green Cities Project focuses on providing the City of Gresham with a set of policy and plan recommendations for the Springwater Community. Springwater, a 1272-acre site on the southeast edge of the Portland Metro ...
  • Byers, Rachel (2008-12)
    The goal of this master's project was to investigate the dynamic relationship between sustainability and museum administration in order to define what it might mean for a museum and its exhibitions to be green. Through an ...
  • Gratreak, Leesa (University of Oregon, 2012-06)
    Statements like "These windows are too old", "I need to build a new structure if I want it to be efficient", and "as long as it is LEED certified it must be a sustainable project" illustrate this point: There is a ...
  • Bohlinger, Brittany (University of Oregon, 2016-10-27)
    Over the past 30 years, the U.S. prison population has exploded. With only 5% of the global population, the U.S. now incarcerates more than 25% of the world’s prisoners (ACLU, 2011). This has led to increased attention ...
  • Falkenstein, Lizzie; Arms, Shannon (University of Oregon, 2010)
    Thirteen schemes were developed for the Gresham City Hall project under the Sustainable Cities Initiative during the winter term of 2010. Each group took a unique approach to the challenges and opportunities presented. All ...
  • Casselman, Kate; Holt, Nicole; Race, Craig; Kilgore, Elizabeth (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2009-12-10)
    Gresham, Oregon is growing, developing, and looking for a way to revitalize their downtown district. After speaking with representatives from the departments within City Hall, our group developed spatial relationship ...
  • Coyle, Megan; Frease, Aaron; Harkin, Tim; Johnson, Brianne; Riegelnegg, Craig (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2009-12)
    This programming document is a study for a new Gresham City Hall in Gresham, Oregon. Through interviews with city employees and personal observation, students came up with programming solutions to meet the needs of the ...
  • Newman, Adam; Lovett, Kelsey; Olson, Hilary; Varady, Stephen (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2009-11-05)
    This project investigates the programmatic needs of a new Gresham City Hall. This new building should be innovative in function and striking in appearance to reinvigorate Gresham's downtown area. It must also embody ...
  • Fracchia, Elena (University of Oregon, 2010)
    In this report, prepared for the City of Gresham and the Sustainable City Year program, climate change preparedness will be discussed as it pertains to the City of Gresham and the Lower Willamette Subbasin. The report ...

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