Scholars' Bank at the Knight Library: Recent submissions

  • O'Shea, Ellen (University of Oregon, 2024)
    This text serves as a companion to my terminal creative project, Shapeshifter, which documents the transformation from woman to slug and elaborates on the sociopolitical and cultural contexts that inform my artistic ...
  • Wylie, Samuel (University of Oregon, 2024)
    On November 17, 2022, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approved the surrender of licenses to operate four hydroelectric dams on the Upper Klamath River.2 Their approval, conveyed in a written order and filed ...
  • Tsolakos, Dylan Ray (University of Oregon, 2023)
    The goal of this book is to demystify historic preservation for communities interested in potentially designating their own historic industrial sites. It will also benefit those interested in industrial history, and historic ...
  • Possert, Nicole Y. (University of Oregon, 2023-06)
    Starting in the late 1980s, I lived in the Highland Park community of Los Angeles for nearly thirty years. Over half of that time, I helped infuse new energy into the landmark Highland Park Ebell Club (HPEC), one of the ...
  • Winz, April (University of Oregon, 2024-05)
    This research project explores ethics in professional practice within the public relations and communications field, particularly in the context of higher education. Through qualitative one-on-one interviews, it investigates ...
  • Wilfong Joblin, Sarah E. (University of Oregon, 2024)
    The Michael Torke Violin Concerto, Sky, was composed for violinist and fiddler Tessa Lark in 2019. Torke based each of the movements of Sky around different principles of bluegrass and Irish fiddling, which Lark interpreted ...
  • Gordon, Conner (University of Oregon, 2024)
    The photographs in The Overlook are made in the scenic viewpoints that dot the Oregon Coast, which attempt to flatten the land into a definitive vista. Within these spaces, I depict overlook infrastructure with a large ...
  • Taylor, Noa (University of Oregon, 2024)
    This terminal creative project report is the written accompaniment to the art exhibition Machines of Loving Grace, originally installed at Ditch Projects in Springfield, Oregon in May 2024. As such, it examines the ...
  • Campbell, Ashley (University of Oregon, 2024)
    My artistic practice is rooted in process-based research, manifesting as a type of pastiche—an interdisciplinary collage of video, sculpture, and sound performance. I'm interested in how seemingly disparate things come ...
  • Wilson, Nathan (University of Oregon, 2024)
    As climate change alters landscapes and exacerbates natural hazards like wildfires, people increasingly experience anxiety, dread, and loss, all of which negatively impact mental health. When the print media reports on ...
  • Hubbert, Mary; Yu, Tien-Tien (2020)
    A digitally drawn comic exploring multiple explanations for dark matter, including axions, WIMPS, and primordial black holes. Created in collaboration between undergraduate cartoonist Mary Hubbert and UO researcher Tien-Tien ...
  • Um, Dasol (University of Oregon, 2024-06)
    The world of piano pedagogy is rich with diverse methodologies, each crafted by pedagogues with distinct teaching philosophies. These methods have been the subject of extensive study and debate among piano teachers, ...
  • Bordeaux, Leo; Herman, Alyssa; Kondo, Emily
    Transgender and gender diverse individuals face a significantly elevated risk of suicide, largely attributable to minority stressors and marginalization. It is imperative that online mental health resources be inclusive ...
  • Calderón, Esteban José Zúñiga (University of Oregon, 2024-05)
    The classical music industry is a complex and ever-changing landscape. Opera companies rise and fall, and musical programs open and close throughout the United States and the American continent. Hence, an efficient ...
  • McNeil, Melanie Claire (University of Oregon, 2024-06)
    This thesis examines supernatural personal experience narratives presented in “true horror” podcasts. Through content analysis, I investigate four podcasts featuring supernatural personal experience narratives and compare ...
  • Metzger, Sam (University of Oregon, 2024-06)
    Land use change, invasion of non-native species, and other modes of habitat loss contribute to native bee population declines. A key contribution to population decline may be a loss of nutritional resources, which can ...
  • Lopez, Isabel; Fisher, Scott (2021)
    This digitally drawn comic introduces readers to astronomy research at the University of Oregon and follows a group of students from their first days as undergraduates, through their educational journey as they research ...
  • Stockard, Jean; Johnson, Miriam (1982)
    The sample includes all juniors and seniors in Sweet Home High School who were present in the required social studies classes on the day the questionnaires were distributed in the spring of 1982. The questionnaires were ...
  • Stockard, Jean; Greene, Jessica; Lewis, Priscilla; Richmond, Geraldine (American Chemical Society, 2010-06-20)
    A growing body of research documents numerous factors that contribute to women's under-representation in the top tiers of technical and scientific fields. This literature describes the ways in which biases against women, ...
  • Stockard, Jean (JAI Press Inc., 1993)
    For a full understanding of student achievemenJ it is essential to use multi-level analyses, which take into account the characteristics of individual students, as well as the nature of their families, classrooms, schools, ...

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