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  • Munoz, Fidel A. (2013 May, thesis)
    The purpose of this project was to increase the awareness of policies stemming from the Americans with Disabilities Act regarding refueling assistance for disabled drivers. The needs of physically disabled drivers at ...
  • Morse, Michelle (2014 May, Thesis)
    The purpose of this research study was to identify gateways to human sex trafficking in the Central Valley of California. The three areas studied were the background of the survivors, the events that took place prior to ...
  • Donath, Samuel (2017 December, Thesis)
    The present study examined participant’s ratings on the acceptability of malingering physical pain within three situational contexts (i.e., malingering to obtain prescription pain medication, to avoid work, and to be ...
  • Virgen, Joel (2016 October, Thesis)
    By the late nineteenth century in Great Britain, the feminist movement began gaining traction by pushing for women’s suffrage. As women developed their political role in society, gender roles were also reevaluated. ...
  • Brummitt, Samantha (2014 May, Thesis)
    Umbilical cord blood presents a unique opportunity to gather and preserve hematopoietic stem cells for possible treatment of many diseases, including genetic conditions. Ongoing clinical trials are revealing new uses for ...
  • Geeter, Natalie (2015 May, Thesis)
    In 2013, Non-invasive Prenatal Screening (NIPS) for high-risk pregnancies began to include the ability to screen for sex chromosome anomalies (SCAs). This screening poses many challenges for genetic counselors due to the ...
  • Helm, Monica (2015 May, Thesis)
    Personalized medicine is an emerging practice in health care that promises improvements in disease treatment and prevention. The future of personalized medicine, however, depends on consumers and providers of ...
  • Auerbach, Edward (2015 December, Thesis)
    Geographic knowledge has become minimized in U.S. high schools as emphasis on core subjects has replaced elective courses. Even at the elementary level, Geography is embedded in other social science curricula. With the ...
  • Mensonides, Joel Andre (2017 September, Thesis)
    Disposable gloves represent a $4 billion global market, spanning multiple industries. While the uses and benefits of disposable gloves continue to grow, the method of manufacturing and packaging them contributes to ...
  • Dybas, Tara (2017 December, Thesis)
    The main objective of this project is to examine the female revenger in William Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus and Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl. The female revenger often signifies cultural attitudes about a given society, ...
  • Lynn, Kristina (2016 March, Thesis)
    Domestic violence affects families as a whole and is wide spread across the world. At any given moment a social worker can come into contact with a victim of domestic violence. Many social workers do work with victims on ...
  • Anderson, Patricia Jane (2017 November, Thesis)
    The project contained herein was developed to explore the necessary financing and feasibility of starting a small candy business in historic downtown Turlock, California, where there are no handmade candy stores within ...
  • Godfrey, Sophia (2014 May, Thesis)
    The Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts places an increased emphasis on teaching informational texts in the primary grades. However, many teachers may have little experience with using informational ...
  • Maxwell, Kelly Michelle (2016 August, Thesis)
    The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for English Language Arts place an increased emphasis on complex text in the primary grades. The Common Core Shifts explain how the CCSS are different from the previous standards. ...
  • Olide, Lorena (2017 April, Thesis)
    Writing brings about many challenges in the classroom for both teacher and students due to the many cognitive processes involved. Writing is complex and entails many skills. Many teacher preparation programs do not adequately ...
  • Aherne, Jennifer (2015 May, Thesis)
    Adoption of children from the foster care system is not only beneficial to foster youth, but also for society. When foster children are given permanent and loving homes, they are an asset to society instead of a burden. ...
  • Gonzalez, Alejandro (2015 April, Thesis)
    The purpose of this project is to create a handbook that is designed to assist secondary school educators in the implementation of an E-portfolio program. Educators can help students bridge the gap between secondary education ...
  • Maldonado-Higle, Erica (2014 May, Thesis)
    Parent participation in a dual immersion program is a critical factor for student success in the program. This thesis project examined research on this topic in order to identify successful strategies that schools can use ...
  • Croom, Kylee (2018 May, Thesis)
    This project focuses on the development and implementation of a collaboratively developed and presented workshop that can enable students to gain skills in stress-management using tools described in a book written by Russ ...
  • Menashe, Daniella Shaina (2018 May, Thesis)
    Health anxiety, or intense concerns about health that develop despite any organic pathology, can be adaptive or maladaptive (Abramowitz, Olatunji, & Deacon, 2007). While health anxiety has been studied with students of ...

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