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    • The Administration of Arthur St. Clair, Governor of the Northwest Territory (1787-1802) 

      Ragen, Alice Anne (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 1937)
      With the enactment of the Northwest Ordinance in 1787, Congress laid down a series of fundamental principles which were of great significance in the development of the Union and the government of the territories west of ...
    • The Administration of Women Students in Catholic Colleges and Universities in the United States 

      Engles, Mary Alice (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 1943)
      This study purports to discover what solution to the problem of the administration of women students in Catholic colleges and universities in the United States has been made by the various institutions where women are ...
    • Advanced Glycation End Products and Cigarette Smoking Affect Collagen Phenotype in Rotator Cuff Injury 

      Ruckstuhl, Alison D. (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 2019)
      Rotator cuff tendon injuries are common, particularly amongst patients who suffer from type 2 diabetes mellitus and patients with a history of smoking. In these patients, rotator cuff injuries also heal more slowly and are ...
    • The Aesthetics of John la Farge as Expressed in his Paintings, Grant, and Writing 

      Mulick, Genevieve E. (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 1943)
      John La Farge, the eldest of nine children, was born in New York City in 1835. His parents were French refugees.1 As a young man, the father had been an officer in the French Navy, and took part in the famous but ill-fated ...
    • Affective Insurgencies: Circular Narratives of Conflict in Contemporary South Asian Novels 

      Webber, Ryan (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 2020)
      My thesis will explore how our everyday discourses and notions of truth and epistemic validity which we use in a variety of academic disciplines and other contexts can be deconstructed within the textual space of contemporary ...
    • "Against and Within" ˸ Neoclassicism and the Social Plan in Early Romantic Period Laboring-Class Poetry 

      Osborn, Katherine Marie (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 2013)
      This paper will argue that rather than using neoclassical forms and topoi as a means of garnering influence, pleasing patrons, or, in the case of couplet verse, ease of “memorability,” these Romantic period laboring-class ...
    • Age and Loss Aversion: Impact on PGA Tour Professionals 

      Satchell, Jason (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 2021)
      Understanding how age impacts individual decision-making behavior has piqued the interest of researchers and practitioners. While numerous neuroscience, emotional, motivational, and cognitive experts have explored how older ...
    • The Aged Reducing Mechanisms of the Duodenum in Duodenal Ulcer 

      Organ, Claude H. (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 1957)
      Peptic ulceration of the stomach and duodenum is pparently a disease of modern times. While the older writers during the days of Aesculapius and Celsus occasionally mentioned the disease, it was not until 1829 that ...
    • An Agent-Based Model of the International Nuclear System 

      Marascuilo, Anne (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 2012)
      Despite efforts from the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, the last decade has seen a growing number of states in possession of nuclear weapons. As states enter and exit the nuclear ...
    • Air Force Leadership Innovation through the Utilization of Social Media: A Qualitative Study 

      Singsaas, Joshua Andrew (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 2016)
      The field of sociology describes a wealth of leadership practices derived from research conducted across complex fields of study. In one particular field these practices comprise a fundamental element of the successful ...
    • Albert Camus : Existentialist and Humanist 

      Schauls, Carole (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 1966)
      During the two decades since World War II there has evolved a literary-philosophic movement which has been termed existentialism. Although the "ism" itself is new, its roots lie, admittedly, in the nineteenth century ...
    • The Alcott Home in Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women 

      Hayden, Marie Benedict O.P. (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 1950)
      Time and again writers of fiction have divulged the sources of their story material. Even a cursory glance at these occasional confessions reveals that authors utilize a surprising amount of their personal experiences. ...
    • The Alexandria Quartet by Lawrence Durrell: A Study of Man in Space-Time 

      Stratton, Myra B.V.M. (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 1969)
      Reality as presented in the Alexandria Quartet of Laurence Durrell, is relative; and as such, the Quartet, using the form of the relativity proposition, translates the scientific principles of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity ...
    • Alkaline Phosphatase Activity in Wound Healing in Normal and Scorbutic Guinea Pigs 

      McNair, Clarence Leroy (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 1973)
      The phosphatase enzymes are numerous in living systems and appear to function in a broad range of biological activities. Common to all phosphatase enzyme reactions are phosphorylated substrates wherein the phosphate moiety ...
    • Alluring and Engaging the Crowd: A Look at United States Crowdfunding Offerings Using Sentiment Analysis 

      Borchers, Sarah (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 2020)
      Equity crowdfunding has grown exponentially in the United States since the passage of the JOBS Act in 2013, yet it continues to be an area that is relatively unexplored in the United States due to the limited availability ...
    • Ambition to Run: Women Veterans Pursuing Elected Office 

      Neihoff, Crystal (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 2017)
      The purpose of this phenomenological study was to discover what experiences fostered political ambition in women veterans who anticipated running for state or federal office within the next 10 years. The aim of this study ...
    • America Looks at the Hungarian Revolution 

      Myers, Richard F. (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 1968)
      In a democracy, public opinion shapes policies or at least influences them. American public opinion is shaped by the conditions in which Americans live. Americans have always been sympathetic toward revolutions in countries ...
    • The American Labor Movement: 1815 - 1827 

      Lefave, Donald G. (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 1957)
      The following pages represent an effort to tell a story. The story of a confused and downtrodden people who were suddenly shifted from one type of society into another. The shilled worker of the decade 1815 — 1827 was ...
    • American-Japanese Relations 1914-1917 

      Keaney, Mary Charleen S.L. (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 1947)
      Each year as high school classes study the history of World War I, great surprise is shown when they learn that Japan was one of the Allies and an associate of the United States. Particularly since pearl Harbor have students ...
    • American-Japanese Relations Regarding the Intervention in Siberia 

      Welsch, Garnet C. (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 1947)
      This thesis deals with the parts played by the United States and Japan during the Allied intervention in Siberia. In presenting this material, it was thought necessary to discuss the different interpretations of the ...