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Identifying the needs of student teachers.
An e-mail survey and follow-up focus group were used to gain perspective into how a particular group of K-12 student teachers identified to what extent their needs were met in course work and field experiences in their ...
A moderate-intensity exercise program, fulfilling the ACSM net energy expenditure recommendations, improves health outcomes in premenopausal women.
The purpose of this study was to quantify the health outcomes associated with a moderate-intensity 10-week exercise program designed to achieve the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) net caloric expenditure guideline ...
Linguistic forms critical for academic success in preschool-aged Hmong children.
This study investigated the semantic and syntactic skills of young children learning Hmong as a first language and English as a second language. These oral language skills lay the foundation for literacy and future academic ...
Peer pressure in the potty? : the relationship between the presence of others and an individual's decision to wash their hands.
The purpose of this study was to determine whether females at a Midwestern public university were just as likely to wash their hands when they were alone or whether the presence of others pressures them to practice healthy ...
Alcohol is a metabolic bully.
The purpose of this project was to review the literature on the metabolic effects of alcohol and synthesize the information into a message that is applicable to college students.
Physical assessment of youth ski jumpers.
The purpose of this study was evaluate the fitness levels of Eau Claire Area youth ski jumpers and to aid the coach in designing individualized training programs to optimize each athlete’s performance and, subsequently, ...
The Use of LIWC to understand how undergraduate students learn the APA style.
This study measured how undergraduate college students learn to write in the American Psychological Association writing format. Using LIWC, a text analysis software program, comparisons were made between students in ...
Wisconsin students secure scientific evidence for nursing practice in Alaska.
This project involved nursing students working with staff members of the Alaska Native Medical Center (ANMC) via phone and e-mail to provide evidence-based research for various policies, programs, and procedures at the ANMC.
Community case studies in collaborative leadership.
This case study is the second in a research series examining the key characteristics, actions, and beliefs of collaborative leaders. The project is designed as a study of Chippewa Valley region leaders involved in the ...
Communicator style and evangelism style.
This case study focuses on the relationship between communicator style and evangelism on the UW-Eau Claire campus. It examines two questions: What is the relationship between communicator style and evangelism? What factors ...