APEX: Student Scholarship in the Classroom and Community

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Controlled Flight into Terrain
Controlled Flight into Terrain
Baxter, Collin, & Abdulaziz Alqrainees. "Controlled Flight into Terrain." Poster presentation for AVI349: Aviation Safety Management, Spr '18, Prof. Foster.
Controlled Rest in Position: Consumer Perceptions in the United States
Controlled Rest in Position: Consumer Perceptions in the United States
Stevens, Peter. “Controlled Rest in Position: Consumer Perceptions in the United States.” Poster presentation for AVI 495: Aviation Safety Management, F ’19, Prof. Savage.
Correctional Utopia
Correctional Utopia
Manhalter, Ashley, & Shannon Parker. "Correctional Utopia." Poster presentation for SCJ 305: Corrections, Spr '16, Prof. Shook.
Correctional Utopia
Correctional Utopia
Manhalter, Ashley, & Shannon Parker. "Correctional Utopia." Poster presentation for SCJ 305: Corrections, Spr '16, Prof. Shook.
Cortisol Administration: A Treatment for combat Veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PSTD)
Cortisol Administration: A Treatment for combat Veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PSTD)
Heister, Raelle E. “Cortisol Administration: A Treatment for combat Veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PSTD).” Poster presentation for NRS 401: Nursing Research Utilization, Spr ’15, Dr. MacNaughton.
Cost-Effectiveness of CRNAs for Chronic Pain
Cost-Effectiveness of CRNAs for Chronic Pain
Schnell, Jordin “Cost-Effectiveness of CRNAs for Chronic Pain.” Poster presentation for NRS 401: Health Care Research, Spr’17, Mr. MacNaughton.
Coupon Kings
Coupon Kings
Bries, Logan, Logan O'Reilly, & Curtney Moore. "Coupon Kings." Poster presentation for BAC324: Leadership & Motivation, Spr '18, Prof. Johnson.
Courage to Compost
Courage to Compost
Koehler, Elainee, Dakotah Riemer, Anna Vincent, & Wynston Wright. "Courage to Compost." Poster presentation for BAC324: Leadership & Motivation, Spr '19, Prof. Johnson.
Courage to Compost
Courage to Compost
Koehler, Elainee, Dakotah Riemer, Anna Vincent, & Wynston Wright. "Courage to Compost." Poster presentation for BAC324: Leadership & Motivation, Spr '19, Prof. Johnson.
Creative Minds Dubuque
Creative Minds Dubuque
Overton, Isaiah. "Creative Minds Dubuque." Project for DART281: Dubuque Design Studio Tour, J-Term '19, Prof. Sabers.
Creative nonfiction: Spiritual Exploration
Creative nonfiction: Spiritual Exploration
Phillips, Danielle. “Creative nonfiction: Spiritual Exploration.” Panel chair at the Sigma Tau Delta National Convention, Portland, March 20-23, 2013.
Critical Analysis of Winnie-the-Pooh: Happy Children’s Characters or Neurologically Damaged Individuals?
Critical Analysis of Winnie-the-Pooh: Happy Children’s Characters or Neurologically Damaged Individuals?
Temperly, Sydney. “Critical Analysis of Winnie-the-Pooh: Happy Children’s Characters or Neurologically Damaged Individuals?” Paper for RES 104 H: Intro to Research Writing, Spr ‘14, Prof. McKinlay.
Crossover Music
Crossover Music
Wissing, Nicholas. “Crossover Music.” Poster Presentation for REL 210: Jesus in America, Spr ’15, Dr. Coffman.
Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.
Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.
Feliz, Melissa, Herrera, Catalina C., Orozco, Sarai M., & Ruiz, Shaniece M. “Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.” Service work in Havana and Guinës, Cuba, UDLS/ART 368: Cuba and Culture, J-Term ‘14, Prof. Ken Godwin & Dr. Julie Phillips.
Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.
Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.
Feliz, Melissa, Herrera, Catalina C., Orozco, Sarai M., & Ruiz, Shaniece M. “Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.” Service work in Havana and Guinës, Cuba, UDLS/ART 368: Cuba and Culture, J-Term ‘14, Prof. Ken Godwin & Dr. Julie Phillips.
Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.
Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.
Otchere, M., Iandola, Colin, & Whitehead, Dallis. “Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.” Service work in Havana and Guinës, Cuba, UDLS/ART 368: Cuba and Culture, J-Term ‘14, Prof. Godwin & Dr. Phillips.
Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.
Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.
Otchere, M., Iandola, Colin, & Whitehead, Dallis. “Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.” Service work in Havana and Guinës, Cuba, UDLS/ART 368: Cuba and Culture, J-Term ‘14, Prof. Godwin & Dr. Phillips.
Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.
Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.
Feliz, Melissa, Herrera, Catalina C., Orozco, Sarai M., & Ruiz, Shaniece M. “Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.” Service work in Havana and Guinës, Cuba, UDLS/ART 368: Cuba and Culture, J-Term ‘14, Prof. Ken Godwin & Dr. Julie Phillips.
Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.
Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.
Feliz, Melissa, Herrera, Catalina C., Orozco, Sarai M., & Ruiz, Shaniece M. “Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.” Service work in Havana and Guinës, Cuba, UDLS/ART 368: Cuba and Culture, J-Term ‘14, Prof. Ken Godwin & Dr. Julie Phillips.
Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.
Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.
Otchere, M., Iandola, Colin, & Whitehead, Dallis. “Cuba: Our Forbidden Neighbor.” Service work in Havana and Guinës, Cuba, UDLS/ART 368: Cuba and Culture, J-Term ‘14, Prof. Godwin & Dr. Phillips.

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