Scholars' Bank at the Knight Library: Recent submissions

  • Miles, Robyne Erica (University of Oregon, 2009-09)
    This thesis examines the interior design collaborations of Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh with Charles Rennie Mackintosh, most notably for Kate Cranston's Ingram Street Tearooms and Willow Tearooms. By considering these ...
  • Harp, Max William (University of Oregon, 1971-06)
    The present study examined the change in stated professional concerns of education students during a term of field experience. Three groups of students engaged in different kinds of field experience early in their training ...
  • Lovano, Jessie Jacquelyn (University of Oregon, 1969-08)
    Early research in cognition, perception and graphic expression attributes differences in the cognitive and graphic products of children of the same age to differences in the amount of knowledge, facility in reasoning, ...
  • Lombard, James Benjamin (University of Oregon, 1970-06)
    This study has incorporated the use of two evaluative criterion measures which purport to measure, in terms of their authors' defining and normative statements, the degree of creativeness visually manifest in art products. ...
  • Bedrick, Anja; Allcock, David (2022)
    An informational comic on the science behind quantum computing, exploring the physical technology of Ion traps, the science of quantum entanglement, and what quantum computing could mean for the world. An approachable ...
  • Cohen, Sam; Schofield, Robert (2022)
    This comic explores the science behind how leaf cutter ants can cut through the same skin and leaves as much stronger animals, despite their relative lack of power. Leaf cutter ants and some other insects have extremely ...
  • Biersdorff, Page; Jeanty, Laura (2021)
    A hand-drawn comic exploring symmetry in nature and physics, from symmetry in our everyday lives to symmetry in the universe and in atomic particles. This comic also explains asymmetries like the asymmetry between matter ...
  • Malouf, Naseeb Mahfoud (University of Oregon, 1951-06)
    The writer has attempted to trace, in this paper, the coming of Asahel Bush to Oregon and the part he played in its growth as a territory and in its creation and further maturation as a state. Intermingled in the story are ...
  • Kyser, Margaret; Raymer, Michael (2022)
    This comic explores quantum entanglement through the lens of a game show. It celebrates the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics by explaining how quantum entanglement can be applied in new technology. Created in collaboration ...
  • Ellis, Madison; Toner, John (2022)
    In this hand-drawn comic a young witch learns from her crow familiar about how birds flock and are able to fly together in the correct direction. Created in collaboration between undergraduate cartoonist Madison Ellis ...
  • Platenberg, Radio; McMorran, Ben (2023)
    A stylized comic about a future where humans must hide from destructive aliens that explains quantum mechanics phenomena including the Elitzur-Vaidman effect and the Quantum Zeno Effect. Created in collaboration between ...
  • Gomez, Nina; Mills, Kate (2024)
    A comic describing the elasticity of the adolescent brain. Gomez and Mills explain how the brain matures and why being an adolescent can be confusing and challenging. Created in collaboration between undergraduate cartoonist ...
  • Foxman, Maxwell; Harris, Brandon C.; Partin, William Clyde (Routledge: Taylor and Francis Group, 2024-04-05)
    Despite Twitch’s dominant position in Western livestreaming markets, institutional journalists rarely produce content on the platform. This paper investigates how journalistic practices, cultures, business models, and ...
  • McNamee, Audra; Mazzucato, Luca (2020)
    A comic about how serotonin impacts the brains perception of the world. Created in collaboration between undergraduate cartoonist Audra McNamee and UO researcher Luca Mazzucato as part of the Science and Comics Initiative, ...
  • Community Planning Workshop (University of Oregon, 2014)
    The Rogue Valley Transportation District (RVTD or the District) is the public transportation provider for residents of southern Oregon’s Rogue Valley. The RVTD partnered with the University of Oregon’s Community Planning ...
  • Goodwin, Evan; Motahari-Asi, Kiana; Cartwright, Virginia; Givens, James (University of Oregon, 2014)
    This report explores issues, opportunities, and design proposals for four different fire station sites in Medford, Oregon. The goal of this studio was to envision new fire-rescue facilities consistent with LEED certification ...
  • Yount, Heather; Ciscek, Erica; Curtin, Pat; Parker, Margy (University of Oregon, 2014)
    This report is the result of three terms of work by students in the University of Oregon’s School of Journalism and Communication. During fall term 2013, students in Strategic Communications Research (J495) conducted primary ...
  • Dobrinich, Stephen; Drlik-Muehleck, Aniko; Margerum, Richard; Parker, Robert; Lewis, Rebecca (University of Oregon, 2013)
    In the fall term of 2013, graduate students in the Department of Planning, Public Policy and Management (PPPM) at the University of Oregon developed concept plans for the Jackson County Health Site in Medford, Oregon. This ...
  • Nicolello, Bree; Ciscek, Erica; Curtin, Pat; Parker, Margy (University of Oregon, 2014)
    This report is the result of three terms of work by students in the University of Oregon’s School of Journalism and Communication. During fall term 2013, students in Strategic Communications Research (J495) conducted primary ...
  • Yount, Heather; Ciscek, Erica; Phillips, Laurie; Parker, Margy (University of Oregon, 2014)
    This report is the result of three terms of work by students in the University of Oregon’s School of Journalism and Communication. During fall term 2013, students in Strategic Communications Research (J495) conducted primary ...

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