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    • HUMAN ANATOMY LAB MANUAL 

      WILK-BLASZCZAK, MALGOSIA (Mavs Open Press, 2018)
      This is a lab manual for a college-level human anatomy course. Mastery of anatomy requires a fair amount of memorization and recall skills. The activities in this manual encourage students to engage with new vocabulary in ...
    • No Limits: Foundations and Strategies for College Success 

      University of Texas at Arlington (Mavs Open Press, 2017)
      Student Success and First Year Experience (UNIV 1131 and UNIV 1000, respectively, at UTA) are learning community courses that teach new students academic success skills to aid their transition to college. The goal of the ...
    • DEVELOPMENT OF CANCER TRAP FOR CAPTURING CANCER CELLS THAT METASTASIZE IN THE PERITONEAL CAVITY: A PRELIMINARY STUDY 

      Okpokwasili, Chuka I; 0000-0001-7332-1743 (2017-05-25)
      Our laboratory has recently developed an implantable device - cancer trap that can recruit and trap circulating cancer cells inside the bloodstream. Since several types of cancer cells can metastasize inside the peritoneal ...
    • Deconstructing the Syllabus: Re-envisioning Digital Learning with the Shift to Canvas 

      Bold, LaShaunn; Breuer, Kimberly; Brown, Brian; Kilpatrick, Cynthia; Reed, Michelle; Semingson, Peggy (Region 11 Leveraging Canvas Conference, 2019-06-13)
      A group of four faculty members and a librarian present ideas for integrating innovative tools and ideas into Canvas for student in higher education (The University of Texas at Arlington), with an overarching focus on ...
    • UNDERSTANDING SCALP EEG IN RESPONSE TO NEWSVENDOR DECISION-MAKING AND FEEDBACK 

      Akash, Mobasshir (2019-05-22)
      Neuroeconomics is an emerging field integrating economic theories with neuroscience to enhance the understanding on how humans make decisions under different cost-effective conditions. Understanding the brain network ...
    • SHALE GAS/OIL RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION AND MATURITY DETERMINATION BASED ON VARIOUS EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSES 

      Kibria, Md GOLAM (2019-05-31)
      Despite the successful shale hydrocarbon exploration and production in the U.S. started about 20 years ago, the producing wells experience a current low total recovery of tight oil (5%-10%) and shale gas (12%-30%). One of ...
    • Community Ecology and Population Dynamics of the Nearshore Marine Fauna in the Middle Atlantic Bight (USA) 

      Levesque, Juan Carlos (2019-05-06)
      Natural resources are among the most valuable commodities on earth. Some natural resources (air, land, and water) are essential for human survival and many often constitute a large percentage of local, regional, and national ...
    • Long Term Performance Monitoring of Shallow Slope Stabilization Utilizing Recycled Plastic Pins 

      Rauss, Cory Alan (2019-05-14)
      Shallow slope failures are prevalent within the North Texas region. As highway slopes are underlain with high plastic clayey soils that experience cyclic shrinking and swelling, the soils shear strength generally decreases ...
    • The acute effects of a rotational medicine ball throw exercise on baseball pitching biomechanics 

      Rogers Sullivan, Avery Pierce; 0000-0002-6110-0000 (2019-06-03)
      Throwing fast is a competitive advantage for baseball pitchers and doing so with proper mechanics can decrease injury risk. Pitching utilizes the kinetic chain, wherein momentum is generated by the proximal core segments ...
    • Processing L2 scripts in highly-proficient bilinguals 

      Shafiee zargar, Ehsan Shafiee (2019-06-04)
      This dissertation explores second language (L2) word recognition in different-script bilinguals (i.e., bilinguals whose first language (L1) is written in a different script than their L2). Previous examinations of L2 word ...
    • Analysis of Flood Vulnerability and Transit Availability with a Changing Climate in Harris County, Texas. 

      Pulcinella, Joshua A; Winguth, Arne M E; Allen, Diane Jones; Gangadhar, Niveditha Dasa (Sage, 2019-04)
      Hurricanes and other extreme precipitation events can have devastating effects on population and infrastructure that can create problems for emergency responses and evacuation. Projected climate change and associated global ...
    • A Sensory Garden for the Dallas Arboretum 

      Presnall, Betty Bornefeld; Smith, Patricia Lobit (University of Texas at Arlington, 1988-05)
      Design is most often carried out as an aesthetic exercise in visual affect and spatial treatment. If more stimulation of other human senses (orienting, auditory, smell / taste, visual, and haptic) were to occur in a place, ...
    • A Dance Facility for Los Angeles 

      Price, Martin, Professor Emeritus (Studio Martin Price, 2019)
      A dance facility for Los Angeles, expressing motion and rhythm of the dance. Sited adjacent to the Design High School. Studio Martin Price; students Stephanie Cline, Craig Tomlin, Serge Aleksejevs, and Ryan Thomason. ...
    • CfMD Research Journal 2015 Volume 4 

      Center for Metropolitan Density (University of Texas at Arlington, 2015)
      The Center's research efforts focus on best practices to develop multi component urban projects, such as this Journal's article on Public Private Partnerships, and on Designed Open Space to create value. Our scenarios are ...
    • CfMD Research Journal 2014 Volume 3 

      Center for Metropolitan Density (University of Texas at Arlington, 2014)
      The Center's mission is to demonstrate that greater density, including suburban scale density, will produce the most economically productive, operationally effective, fiscally efficient, environmentally responsible, and ...
    • CfMD Research Journal 2013 Volume 2 

      Center for Metropolitan Density (University of Texas at Arlington, 2013)
      The Center's mission is to demonstrate that greater density, including suburban scale density, will produce the most economically productive, operationally effective, fiscally efficient, environmentally responsible, and ...
    • CfMD Research Journal 2011-2012 Volume 1 

      Center for Metropolitan Density (University of Texas at Arlington, 2012)
      The Center's mission is to demonstrate that greater density, including suburban scale density, will produce the most economically productive, operationally effective, fiscally efficient, environmentally responsible, and ...
    • Stereoscopic Architectural Photography and Merleau-Ponty's Phenomenology 

      Klahr, Douglas M (Zarch, 2017-12)
      Stereoscopic photography utilizes dual camera lenses that are placed at approximately the interocular distance of human beings in order to replicate the slight difference between what each eye sees and therefore the effect ...
    • Traveling via Rome through the Stereoscope: Reality, Memory, and Virtual Travel. 

      Klahr, Douglas M (Architectural Histories, 2016)
      Underwood and Underwood's, Rome through the Stereoscope, of 1902 was a landmark in stereoscopic photography publishing, both as an intense, visually immersive experience and as a cognitively demanding exercise. The set ...
    • Luxury Apartments with a Tenement Heart: the Kurfürstendamm and the Berliner Zimmer. 

      Klahr, Douglas Mark (JSAH, 2011-09)
      The residential architecture that defined Berlin's famous boulevard of luxury, the Kurfürstendamm, has receded within the collective memory of Germans and non-Germans on account of the narrative that historians and novelists ...