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• [2010-06-28]The Dilemma of Dezra: An Adolescent Manifesto in Five Parts ﻿

The adolescent body and the space of performance both employ a dynamic of liminality - constantly changing and shifting, never “complete,” never able to be fully defined, understood, or categorized. There is a compulsion ...
• [2013-09-03]Directing, Orienting and Orienteering: Supporting Students to Engage Consequentially ﻿

It is often difficult for teachers to support students to engage at a consequential level. The purpose of this study is to explore how learners orient themselves in learning environments and how this can support consequential ...
• [2011-08-31]The Discourse and Practice of Native American Cuisine: Native American Chefs and Native American Cooks in Contemporary Southwest Kitchens ﻿

This dissertation analyzes the emergent Native American cuisine of the American Southwest. It consists of an ethnography of both Native American cooks, who are largely self-taught and practice in noncommercial settings, ...
• [2010-09-10]DISCOURSES OF DIVERSITY: NEGOTIATING THE BOUNDARIES FOR EQUITY, INCLUSION, AND IDENTITY THROUGH THE DISCOURSE OF SOCIALLY SITUATED SUBJECTS ﻿

The demographic changes in the U.S. and the contestation of taken-for-granted social dynamics are breeding fragmentation and discursive struggles over individual, group, institutional and national identities. Questions of ...
• [2013-07-11]The discovery of baddeleyite (ZrO2) and chrome spinel in the basal Rooiberg Group of the 2.057 Ga Bushveld Complex, South Africa: Implications for the impact and igneous scenarios for the petrogenesis of the Rooiberg Group. ﻿

The ~75 wt % SiO2 Basal Rhyolite is one of seven chemically distinct units of the Dullstroom Formation, the oldest of four formations that comprise the 4-6 km thick siliceous Rooiberg Group of the 2.057 Ga Bushveld Complex, ...
• [2014-07-12]Discovery of the Bc(2S) Meson and Development of Pixel Detectors for Future Particle Collider Experiments ﻿

This work involves an analysis of data recorded at the Large Hadron Collider combined with a program to develop detectors for future collider experiments. Using the full 4.9 fb$^{-1}$ of 7 TeV data collected in 2011 and ...
• [2014-09-15]Disentangling Historical Biogeography and Anthropogenic Introductions: A Case Study of Red Shiner (Cyprinella lutrensis) ﻿

Structured abstract: Aim: Determine evolutionary events that have shaped observed patterns of diversity in Red Shiner within the Rio Grande Basin, New Mexico. Location: Pecos, Delaware, Rio Grande and Canadian Rivers, ...
• [2010-06-28]Dispersal, facilitation, and burrow architecture in banner-tailed kangaroo rats ﻿

The largest and most dominant kangaroo rat species in the Chihuahuan Desert is the banner-tailed kangaroo rat (Dipodomys spectabilis). This keystone species constructs mounds containing a complex burrow system around which ...
• [2010-06-25]Dispersion, controlled dispersion, and three applications ﻿

Causality dictates that all physical media must be dispersive. (We will call a medium dispersive if its refractive index varies with frequency.) Ordinarily, strong dispersion is accompanied either by strong absorption ...
• [2013-07-11]DISPLAY OF PEPTIDES AND SINGLE-CHAIN ANTIBODIES ON BACTERIOPHAGE MS2 VIRUS-LIKE PARTICLES ﻿

Phage display is a powerful technology for selection of novel binding functions from large populations of peptide or antibody fragments. From a sufficiently complex library, phage bearing peptides or antibodies with ...
• [2013-07-11]Disposable Boys: Emotional Location as Applied to the Experience of a Contemporary Theatrical Audience ﻿

This essay is informed by my evolution as a dramatic writer. Along with developing a definition and understanding of the term “emotional location”, this essay will explore the growth of my work, and how it relates or ...
• [2013-09-03]Disruption of Ritual: Doctor/Patient Interactions in the Era of Internet ﻿

The historical establishment of medicine as a profession laid the foundation on which it claims dominance and authority over medical decision-making. Through scientific discoveries and a state-recognized monopoly over ...
• [2009-08-27]Dissecting disgust : an investigation of the validity of the Three Domain Disgust Scale ﻿

Research on the emotion disgust, and particularly individual differences in disgust sensitivity, has exploded in the past 15 years. However, most of this research has been based on outdated theory and poorly designed ...
• [2013-01-30]Distributed force model for arbitrarily shaped IMPC actuators ﻿

A model that describes the relationship of an arbitrarily shaped artificial muscle to the force it produces does not currently exist for actuators made of ionic polymer-metal composites (IPMC), a type of electroactive smart ...
• [2009-07-08]Distributed Internet security and measurement ﻿

The Internet has developed into an important economic, military, academic, and social resource. It is a complex network, comprised of tens of thousands of independently operated networks, called Autonomous Systems (ASes). ...
• [2009-08-27]Distributed load balancing over directed network topologies ﻿

Due to the increasing demand for high performance computing and the increasing availability of high speed networks, it has become possible to interconnect various geographically distributed computational elements (nodes) ...
• [2012-08-28]Distributed multi-domain network survivability ﻿

Wireline backbone networks have evolved to support many different end-user bandwidth services, including private leased lines, packet voice, high-definition packet video, virtual private networks (VPN), etc. From a functional ...
• [2010-02-09]Distributed, adaptive deployment for nonholonomic mobile sensor networks : theory and experiments ﻿

In this work we show the Lyapunov stability and convergence of an adaptive and decentralized coverage control for a team of mobile sensors. This new approach assumes nonholonomic sensors rather than the usual holonomic ...
• [2011-07-02]Divergence in the ecology of two species of Gambusia in secondary contact ﻿

Gambusia nobilis, a federally endangered species, and G. affinis (Poeciliidae) are small, livebearing fishes found in the southwestern U.S. The invasive G. affinis has been introduced globally to control mosquito populations. ...
• [2011-02-08]Divergence of thioesterase function : human BFIT2, Escherichia coli EntH, and YDII ﻿

My doctoral research primarily focuses on two hotdog-fold thioesterases, EntH (also known as YbdB) from E. coli, and BFIT2 from Homo sapiens. The EntH (YbdB) gene is included in a large gene cluster that encodes the enzymes ...

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