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  1. MFA Show 2015 — Projects and Texts by MFA students with Art Education and Art History graduate students

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    Type: StudentWork
    Description/Abstract: UC SCHOOL OF ART MFA GRADUATING SHOW 2015 — TEXTS AND PROJECTS This collection of texts and images brings together the work of graduate students and faculty in art history, art education, and fine arts at the University of Cincinnati in the spring of 2015. We invited students in art education and art history to write accompanying texts for the final projects of their peers in the fine arts graduate program – projects encompassing everything from multimedia installation, abstract painting, video animation, fiber-based sculptural assemblages, photography, and drawing. The students’ projects were presented at the Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, as part of the School of Art’s MFA Thesis Exhibition, which ran from April 1 and April 25, 2015. A process of looking, talking, looking again, writing, reading, and re-writing unfolded. Shorter versions of the texts were shown at the CAC alongside the artworks at the CAC. The process created a working space for artists and writers in dialogue, giving rise to new ideas and projects in turn. Morgan Thomas Vittoria Daiello [from Foreword] Design: Sso-Rha Kang
    Creator/Author: Asadipour, Saeedeh; Daiello, Vittoria; Stenger, Kate; Klimesh, Colin; Girandola, Joe; Spires, Lauren; Turner, Miles; Lang, Gabrielle; Johnson, Leigh; Norton, Ben; Tinney, Ross; Karimi, Saeide; Thomas, Morgan; Wolhoy, Rick; Drout, Julie; Wyatt Bauman, Emily; Oswald, Sean; Horwitz, Ian; Kang, Sso-Rha, and Morren, Samuel
    Submitter: Morgan Thomas
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati
    Geographic Subject: Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati, Ohio, and School of Art, College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning
    Language: English
    Date Uploaded:
    Date Modified: 2018-11-11T22:46:57Z
    Date Created: 2018-09-20
    Rights: All rights reserved
    Time Period: 21st century
    Required Software: PDF reader
    Genre: Document
    Degree: MA (Art History), MA (Art Ed.), MFA
    Advisor: Daiello, Vittoria, Kang, Sso-Rha (design), and Thomas, Morgan
  2. Bulkhead St. Xavier High School

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    Type: StudentWork
    Description/Abstract: Senior design capstone report
    Creator/Author: Fischer, Ryan; Kellerstrass, Gretchen, and Greiwe, Nicholas
    Submitter: CEAS Library Staff
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati
    Date Uploaded:
    Date Modified: 2018-07-09T13:57:17Z
    Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 International
    Genre: Document
    Degree: BS
    Advisor: Elgafy, Ahmed
  3. How Society is Racialized in America: A Content Analysis on Sherman Alexie’s The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian

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    Type: StudentWork
    Description/Abstract: This research explores race related issues within Sherman Alexie's novel The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian to generalize how race and racism is portrayed between different races within America, in this case Native Americans and white Americans. From there, the research presents the need to present these racial aspects through high school classroom instructions in order to raise awareness of race in secondary education. This research was presented at University of Cincinnati's 2018 Scholarly Showcase and was awarded in Top 25 poster presentation at the showcase.
    Creator/Author: Nguyen, Thao
    Submitter: Thao Nguyen
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati
    Geographic Subject: Cincinnati, Ohio
    Language: English
    Date Uploaded:
    Date Modified: 2018-05-25T11:20:04Z
    Date Created: December 14, 2017
    Rights: Attribution 4.0 International
    Time Period: 21-22 Century
    Required Software: Microsoft Office
    Genre: Poster
    Advisor: Sulzer, Mark
  4. A New Sarcoidosis Diagnostic Score

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    Type: StudentWork
    Description/Abstract: Summary: The diagnosis of sarcoidosis is made by the combination of clinical features and biopsy results. The clinical features of sarcoidosis can be quite variable. We developed a Sarcoidosis Diagnostic Score (SDS) to summarize the clinical features of possible sarcoidosis patients. Biopsy confirmed sarcoidosis patients seen during a seven-month time period at the University of Cincinnati Sarcoidosis clinic were prospectively identified. Non-sarcoidosis patients seen at the same clinic were used as controls. Using a modified WASOG organ assessment instrument, we scored all patients for presence of biopsy, one or more highly probable symptom, and one or more at least probable symptom for each area. Two sarcoidosis scores were generated: SDS biopsy (with biopsy) and SDS clinical (without biopsy).The 980 evaluable patients were divided into two cohorts: an initial 600 patients (450 biopsy confirmed sarcoidosis, 150 controls) to establish cut-off values for SDS biopsy and SDS clinical and a validation cohort of 380 patients (103 biopsy confirmed sarcoidosis patients and 277 controls). The best cutoff value for SDS biopsy was > 6 (sensitivity =99.3%; specificity=100%). For the total the 980 patients, an SDS clinical > 3 had a sensitivity of 94.2%, specificity of 88.8%, and a likelihood ratio of 7.9. An SDS clinical score > 4 had a lower sensitivity of (76.9%) but higher specificity (98.6%). For sarcoidosis, the presence of specific clinical features, especially multi-organ involvement, can enhance the diagnostic certainty. The SDS scoring system quantitated the clinical features consistent with sarcoidosis. Awards/Publications: Published in CHEST Journal 2018 Oral presentation at the 2018 American Thoracic Society Conference
    Creator/Author: Lower, Elyse E., M.D.; Bickett, Alexandra, and Baughman, Robert P., M.D.
    Submitter: Alexandra Bickett
    Publisher: CHEST Journal
    Geographic Subject: Cincinnati, Ohio
    Language: English
    Date Uploaded:
    Date Modified: 2018-05-24T15:34:10Z
    Date Created: 2018-04-15
    Rights: Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International
    Genre: Poster
    Advisor: Baughman, Robert P., M.D.
  5. Hockey puck passer

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    Type: StudentWork
    Description/Abstract: Senior design capstone report
    Creator/Author: Brandon, Edward
    Submitter: CEAS Library Staff
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati
    Date Uploaded:
    Date Modified: 2018-05-15T13:07:15Z
    Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 International
    Genre: Document
    Degree: BS
    Advisor: Elgafy, Ahmed
  6. Barriers to Serving the Latino Community in Northern Kentucky

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    Type: StudentWork
    Description/Abstract: This was a project presented at the 2018 UC Scholarly Showcase that placed within "Top 25" out of 405. Supporting Latino Families in Northern Kentucky partnered with students in Jenny Zhen-Duan’s Community Psychology class to assess work engagement and cultural competence among service providers as well as to examine the barriers that service providers face when serving the Latino population in Northern Kentucky. A mixed method approach was used to assess barriers that service providers face and how cultural competency and work engagement may be improved to better serve the Latino community in Northern Kentucky. Surveys containing three parts were distributed to the participating service providers. The academic partner administered the survey around Northern Kentucky and obtained 99 responses from community members. The mean age of the participants was 29 years with almost seventy percent being female. For cultural competence the subscale of service delivery was significantly higher than knowledge of community and reaching out. On work engagement the subscale of dedication was significantly higher than both vigor and absorption. Other findings were service providers have issues with lack of translators, interpretors, cultural knowledge and funding. Additional issues were not enough english as a second language resources, familial differences, attitudes towards education, mistrust towards institutions and high amounts of community level poverty. Several recommendations were made: ● The Supporting Latino Families in Northern Kentucky (SLFNK) could research where Latinos that are receiving services have immigrated from, which could help in finding an impact of origin on barriers when they are receiving the services. ● The SLFNK could have the Latino population, who receive the services from the providers, answer the survey. Then, the organization could look at and compare the two surveys to see what the similarities and differences are with the barriers. ● The SLFNK could provide lessons in cultural competence to its workers to enhance their understanding of the Latino culture. ● The SLFNK could apply for grants pertaining to gaining resources they need.
    Creator/Author: Supporting Latino Families in Northern Kentucky; Burkhart, Nicholas; Merkel, Tiffany, and Zhen-Duan, Jenny
    Submitter: Nicholas Burkhart
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati
    Geographic Subject: Northern Kentucky, Kenton County, Campbell County, and Boone County
    Language: English
    Date Uploaded:
    Date Modified: 2018-05-22T12:33:22Z
    Date Created: 2018-04
    Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International
    Genre: Poster
    Advisor: Zhen-Duan, Jenny
  7. Hematopoietic Development of iPSC Derived Human Liver Organoids

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    Type: StudentWork
    Description/Abstract: Human iPSCs (TkDA cell-line) were differentiated on laminin coated plates into endoderm by treatment of Activin and BMP, then treated with FGF4 and CHIR to further differentiate into posterior foregut. The cells were embedded into Matrigel droplets and cultured in Advanced DMEM. Droplet media was collected for ELISA to measure Albumin concentrations. The droplets were collected for histology and RNA isolation to test for AFP, ALB, and HBG1 genes. These methods resulted in the creation of a novel culture system containing both hepatic and hematopoietic lineage cells to model developing fetal liver.
    Creator/Author: Jallaq, Sahar; Takebe, Takanori, and Lewis, Kyle
    Submitter: Sahar Jallaq
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati
    Geographic Subject: Cincinnati, Ohio
    Language: English
    Date Uploaded:
    Date Modified: 2018-05-10T15:16:28Z
    Date Created: 2018-04
    Rights: All rights reserved
    Time Period: 2018
    Genre: Poster
    Degree: BS Biology
    Advisor: Takebe, Takanori
  8. Basic utility vehicle (BUV)

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    Type: StudentWork
    Description/Abstract: Senior design capstone report
    Creator/Author: Rardon, Cole
    Submitter: CEAS Library Staff
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati
    Date Uploaded:
    Date Modified: 2018-05-09T19:17:03Z
    Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 International
    Genre: Document
    Degree: BS
    Advisor: Cummings, Moise
  9. Assisted bench press

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    Type: StudentWork
    Description/Abstract: Senior design capstone report
    Creator/Author: Wirthlin, Brian T.
    Submitter: CEAS Library Staff
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati
    Date Uploaded:
    Date Modified: 2018-05-09T18:22:43Z
    Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 International
    Genre: Document
    Degree: BS
    Advisor: Cummings, Moise
  10. Hockey puck passer

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    Type: StudentWork
    Description/Abstract: Senior design capstone report
    Creator/Author: Uhl, Connor
    Submitter: CEAS Library Staff
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati
    Date Uploaded:
    Date Modified: 2018-05-14T16:58:18Z
    Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 International
    Genre: Document
    Degree: BS
    Advisor: Elgafy, Ahmed