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Honor To The Dead Of Dixie? Examining The Impetus And Enduring Devotion To The Confederate States Of America And The Emblems That Commemorate The Failed Experiment Of Governance In North America, Bruce Ray Greer Dec 2020

Honor To The Dead Of Dixie? Examining The Impetus And Enduring Devotion To The Confederate States Of America And The Emblems That Commemorate The Failed Experiment Of Governance In North America, Bruce Ray Greer

Morehead State Theses and Dissertations

A thesis presented to the faculty of the Caudill College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Morehead State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree Master of Arts by Bruce Ray Greer on December 13, 2020.


Developing Critical Thinking With Rhetorical Pedagogy, Elizabeth Ismail Jun 2020

Developing Critical Thinking With Rhetorical Pedagogy, Elizabeth Ismail

OSSA Conference Archive

The development of critical thinking skills is emphasized as a fundamental attribute of successful graduates (Ritchhart & Perkins, 2005; Willingham, 2008). Some critical thinking textbooks inform students to “see beyond the rhetoric to the core idea being stated” (Moore and Parker, 2009, p. 21); however, other scholars have begun to suggest that rhetoric is intrinsically interrelated to critical thinking and plays a pivotal role in everyday interactions (Saki, 2016). This paper explores the later.


Graduate School Awareness For First-Generation Latinas: Cracking The Glass Ceiling - A Validation Study, Deborah D. Grijalva Jun 2020

Graduate School Awareness For First-Generation Latinas: Cracking The Glass Ceiling - A Validation Study, Deborah D. Grijalva

Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations

At this time, the Latinx population is the fastest-growing population in the United States. Latinas account for one in five women in the United States, and by 2060 Latinas will likely make up one-third of the nation’s females. Education is the foundation for both personal and economic well-being, especially as the job market continues to demand higher levels of educational attainment. The Latinx population continues to make up a large portion of the workforce. Latinas’ attendance and admission rates at the graduate level are low. Studies have found that Latinas have obtained the lowest percentage of graduate degrees compared ...


2020-06-01 Message From The President, Morehead State University. Office Of The President. Jun 2020

2020-06-01 Message From The President, Morehead State University. Office Of The President.

Staff Congress Records

Message sent by the President to the campus community on June 1, 2020.


2020-06-01 Message From The President On Protests, Morehead State University. Office Of The President. Jun 2020

2020-06-01 Message From The President On Protests, Morehead State University. Office Of The President.

Staff Congress Records

A message from the President from Morehead State on the nationwide protests to the campus community on June 1, 2020.


Coronavirus Community Updates_Faq_Academic Questions, University Of Maine May 2020

Coronavirus Community Updates_Faq_Academic Questions, University Of Maine

FAQ & Health Advisory

Screenshot of University of Maine Coronavirus Community Updates FAQ for academic questions webpage.


2020-05-29 Message From The President, Morehead State University. Office Of The President. May 2020

2020-05-29 Message From The President, Morehead State University. Office Of The President.

Staff Congress Records

Message sent by the President to the campus community on May 29, 2020.


“Because Like – And So I Don’T – So I Think It’S Maybe, I Don’T Know”: Performing Traumatic Effects While Reading Lynda Barry’S The Freddie Stories, David Lewkowich, Michelle Miller Stafford May 2020

“Because Like – And So I Don’T – So I Think It’S Maybe, I Don’T Know”: Performing Traumatic Effects While Reading Lynda Barry’S The Freddie Stories, David Lewkowich, Michelle Miller Stafford

SANE journal: Sequential Art Narrative in Education

As a picture of childhood composed from the point of view of a young boy named Freddie, who suffers the effects of repeated and ongoing trauma, the experience of reading The Freddie Stories presents a number of interpretive challenges: its main character is often split and in various states of disassociation, the difference between dreaming and waking life is not always obvious, multiple monsters appear in different and changeable forms, and as Freddie experiences repeated difficulties with language and cognitive function, his traumatic past enfolds upon the time in which the story is set. In this paper, we analyze how ...


Recreation Center_ Opening Update, Kristie Deschesne May 2020

Recreation Center_ Opening Update, Kristie Deschesne

Recreation Center

Email updates from Kristie Deschesne, University of Maine Recreation Center regarding the Center's plans to remain closed through June 30, 2020 in compliance with guidance and directives from the State of Maine and the Chancellor.


Covid-19 Personal Reflection, Abigayl Novak May 2020

Covid-19 Personal Reflection, Abigayl Novak

Personal Reflections

Personal reflection of University of Maine student Abigayl Novak. The reflection was submitted using the COVID-19 UMaine Community Archive Google Form.


Undocumented Asian Immigrants: Securing Higher Education And Cultural Citizenship, Ka Kui Lee May 2020

Undocumented Asian Immigrants: Securing Higher Education And Cultural Citizenship, Ka Kui Lee

Master's Theses

This research investigates how undocumented Asian immigrants navigate the obstacles of higher education. It inquires how undocumented Asian immigrant students navigated the higher education process and how institutional actors influenced their college experience, revealing the intimate interactions between undocumented students and the institutional actors. The political economy of their college application process is understood through the frameworks of liminal legality, narratives, cultural citizenship, borders and boundaries, and governmentality of migration, all of which frame the process of the data analysis.

Through the interviews of college-graduated undocumented Asian immigrants and ethnography at a local high school in the San Francisco Bay ...


2020-05-15 Message From The President, Morehead State University. Office Of The President. May 2020

2020-05-15 Message From The President, Morehead State University. Office Of The President.

Staff Congress Records

Message sent by the President to the campus community on May 15, 2020.


Anti-Racism In Higher Education: A Model For Change, Allison N. Ash, Redgina Hill, Stephen Risdon, Alexander Jun May 2020

Anti-Racism In Higher Education: A Model For Change, Allison N. Ash, Redgina Hill, Stephen Risdon, Alexander Jun

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

Racism continues to persist in higher education and traditional diversity initiatives that focus only on support resources and tolerance training continue to fall short in making lasting change on college and university campuses. The purpose of this scholarly paper is to present a model for change within higher education that distributes leadership and institutional power across racial lines and enlightens the White community about systemic inequities.


2020-05-12 Campus Update From The Office Of The President, Morehead State University. Office Of The President. May 2020

2020-05-12 Campus Update From The Office Of The President, Morehead State University. Office Of The President.

Staff Congress Records

Campus update issued by the Office of the President to the faculty and staff on May 12, 2020.


Covid-19 Personal Reflection, Richard B. Partridge May 2020

Covid-19 Personal Reflection, Richard B. Partridge

Personal Reflections

Personal reflection submitted by University of Maine Alumnus Richard B. Partridge during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The submission came via the University of Maine Alumni Association.


Students Come First: Deadline Extended For Neche Survey, Dan Malloy May 2020

Students Come First: Deadline Extended For Neche Survey, Dan Malloy

Chancellor

Message to the University of Maine System community from Chancellor Dan Malloy regarding the extension of a deadline for a NECHE survey and a thank you to the University of Maine community for work during Spring semester during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Reviewing Campus Life: In Search Of Community, Amanda Wilson May 2020

Reviewing Campus Life: In Search Of Community, Amanda Wilson

Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning for Christians in Higher Education

No abstract provided.


Reviewing Christian Higher Education: Faith, Teaching, And Learning In The Evangelical Tradition, Patrick Otto, Trevor Ellis May 2020

Reviewing Christian Higher Education: Faith, Teaching, And Learning In The Evangelical Tradition, Patrick Otto, Trevor Ellis

Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning for Christians in Higher Education

No abstract provided.


A Theoretical Perspective Of Culturally Responsive Andragogy For International English Learners In American Higher Education Institutions, Marcia P. Livingston-Galloway, Janet George May 2020

A Theoretical Perspective Of Culturally Responsive Andragogy For International English Learners In American Higher Education Institutions, Marcia P. Livingston-Galloway, Janet George

Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning for Christians in Higher Education

“Higher education institutions throughout the United States and other countries are experiencing signifi cant increases in the number of international students enrolled at their campuses” (Washburn & Hargis, 2017, p. 2). However, the rate of growth for this cohort of culturally, linguistically, economically, and ethnically diverse (CLEED) students exceeds the rate of faculty preparation and capacity to effectively serve their needs. Statistical evidence corroborates the view of Enright (2011) and others that today’s diverse student body is now “the ‘new mainstream’ of the 21st century classroom” (p. 80). Research in the last two decades points to a real need for ...


Q&A: A Career In Christian Higher Education: An Interview, Linda Gray May 2020

Q&A: A Career In Christian Higher Education: An Interview, Linda Gray

Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning for Christians in Higher Education

Much has changed in U.S. culture since the 1970s, requiring teachers to adjust their methods of reaching students who are markedly different from their parents’ generation. But through the decades, Christian educators have tried to demonstrate God’s love through caring, patience, knowledge, and commitment, and in a Christian institution, they also seek to bring a Christian worldview to their students. But if some students at Christian universities are not believers nor seekers and when students lack basic biblical knowledge, teachers in Christian institutions must adjust their teaching methods. Online teaching creates even more challenges as students and teachers ...


Welcoming Unfamiliar Voices In Familiar Spaces: How Can Christian Colleges And Universities Respond To Their Graduate Populations Whose Faith Affiliation Is Different From That Of The School’S?, Ruth Givens May 2020

Welcoming Unfamiliar Voices In Familiar Spaces: How Can Christian Colleges And Universities Respond To Their Graduate Populations Whose Faith Affiliation Is Different From That Of The School’S?, Ruth Givens

Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning for Christians in Higher Education

Th is grant project surveyed students’ experiences from different faith affiliations (or none) who attended Christian graduate programs, asking how they navigated the university’s Christian worldview and language in light of their own beliefs (or non-belief). The goal was to conduct a small pilot study to explore how Christian universities with a definitively Christian ethos could maintain their identity but shift their paradigm from discipleship in their undergraduate schools to a mission field in their graduate schools. This project targeted schools with a definitively Christian undergraduate program but who opened their enrollment to graduate students of all faiths. To ...


Editorial: Post Covid 19 Christian Higher Education, Hayoung Lim May 2020

Editorial: Post Covid 19 Christian Higher Education, Hayoung Lim

Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning for Christians in Higher Education

No abstract provided.


Front Matter May 2020

Front Matter

Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning for Christians in Higher Education

No abstract provided.


Full Issue May 2020

Full Issue

Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning for Christians in Higher Education

No abstract provided.


Xavier University Newswire, Xavier University (Cincinnati, Ohio) May 2020

Xavier University Newswire, Xavier University (Cincinnati, Ohio)

All Xavier Student Newspapers

No abstract provided.


Giving Tuesday Umaine Email, University Of Maine Foundation May 2020

Giving Tuesday Umaine Email, University Of Maine Foundation

University of Maine Foundation

Email sent by the University of Maine Foundation to the University of Maine community to promote a special day of giving in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Chancellor Messages_Your Unified Accreditation Feedback Is Important!, Dan Malloy May 2020

Chancellor Messages_Your Unified Accreditation Feedback Is Important!, Dan Malloy

Chancellor

Message to the University of Maine System community from Chancellor Dan Malloy regarding seeking feedback on the united accreditation of the University of Maine System, sent during the COVID-19 pandemic.


2020-05-05 Campus Update From The Office Of The President, Morehead State University. Office Of The President. May 2020

2020-05-05 Campus Update From The Office Of The President, Morehead State University. Office Of The President.

Staff Congress Records

Campus update issued by the Office of the President to the faculty and staff on May 5, 2020.


Oer Guide For Wr 227 Instructors: Using Open Educational Resources (Oers) In Wr 227 Courses, Sarah Read, Jordana Bowen, Henry Covey May 2020

Oer Guide For Wr 227 Instructors: Using Open Educational Resources (Oers) In Wr 227 Courses, Sarah Read, Jordana Bowen, Henry Covey

PDXOpen: Open Educational Resources

The "OER Guide for WR 227 Instructors: Using Open Educational Resources (OERs) in WR 227 Courses" aims to help instructors make sense of and sort the massively decentralized and varying content of existing OERs available to support technical and professional writing courses. This guide is intended as a resource for introductory technical writing course instructors to adapt an existing course to integrate OER resources, or, to build a new course with all-OER student resources. This guide was developed for the specific use of WR 227 instructors at Portland State University and across Oregon; however, the material in the guide or ...


Covid-19 Personal Reflection_Unprecedented Times, Betty J. White May 2020

Covid-19 Personal Reflection_Unprecedented Times, Betty J. White

Personal Reflections

Personal reflection submitted by University of Maine Alumna Betty J. White during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The submission came via the University of Maine Alumni Association.