Recent Submissions

  • The Meiji Secret: The Emergence of Zaibatsu Dominance in Japan 

    Ramirez, Marcus (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2019-04)
    This paper examines how the intervention of American sailors in Japanese politics created a dramatic social shift in Japan freeing Japanese merchants to begin building corporate enterprises. These corporate enterprises ...
  • Impacts and Factors of Women in STEM Education at UW-Stout 

    Guerrini, Michaela (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2019-04)
    The purpose of this research was to gain an understanding of the factors that contribute to women choosing science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) career paths. This research gathered information from other findings ...
  • Game of Sofas: Furniture Sales in Menomonie, WI 

    Buntrock, Derrick (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2019-04)
    In December of 2016, Slumberland opened its doors in Menomonie, WI thereby increasing the level of competition in a relatively small market. In this paper, the furniture market of Menomonie, Wisconsin is analyzed. Local ...
  • Friday the 13th: How Superstitions, Luck, and Mood Influence Decision Making 

    Dixon, Jacob; Franda, Katrina (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2019-04)
    A superstitious belief has the power to affect how people go about their everyday lives and how they even will go out of their way to protect or enhance their future. The purpose of this research was to examine the connection ...
  • School-to-Prison Pipeline; Its Creation, Effects, and How It Can Be Diminished 

    McConville, Madalaine (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2019-04)
    The school-to-prison pipeline is a term that refers to a system of policies and practices that pushes students out of the classroom and into the criminal justice system and mainly affects children of color, children with ...
  • The Curious Link Between Free Will & Time Travel 

    Roznak, Gina (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2019-04)
    Philosophers have debated the meaning of free will and if people have free will at all. Despite the years of discussion, no one can be sure if free will exists. When time travel is added to the equation, the discussion ...
  • Journal of Student Research, v.XVII, 2018 

    Reim, Peter (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2018-05)
    Publication containing research articles by UW-Stout students.
  • Journal of Student Research, v.XVIII, 2019 

    Reim, Peter (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2019-04)
    Publication containing research articles by UW-Stout students.
  • Journal of Student Research, v.XVI, 2017 

    Reim, Peter (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2017-04)
    Publication containing research articles by UW-Stout students.
  • Journal of Student Research, v.XV, 2016 

    Reim, Peter (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    Publication containing research articles by UW-Stout students.
  • Journal of Student Research, v.XIV, 2015 

    Reim, Peter (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2015-04)
    Publication containing research articles by UW-Stout students.
  • Projections 

    Nimmer, Raine (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    Lost objects intrigue me. Lost objects have been tossed aside by someone who had assumed they were useless, while others were unknowingly dropped on the sidewalk or street. Some were deliberately thrown into the trash ...
  • Discrete 

    Lee, Karlaya (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    A colleague once described my work as “sophisticated glitter.” The idea that glitter, which is a cheap material and considered kitsch, may be transformed into sophistication, has compelled me to create works of art ...
  • Bad Feminist (for Roxane Gay) 

    Lange, Tiffany (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    My work explores topics of feminism and how growing up in the Midwest has influenced it. In The Role of Feminist Aesthetics in Feminist Theory, Hilde Hein explains feminism as, “The perspective that women bring to experience ...
  • Absence 

    Xiong, Koua (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    Absences fill our lives. As an abstraction of the nonexistent, these variables can present themselves in myriad and miscellaneous forms. Sometimes they begin as an insignificant loss, but with time they become a considerable ...
  • Torture in art throughout history 

    Danielson, Anna (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    Abstract Art is a valuable asset in drawing attention to difficult issues in a different way. Controversial and taboo subjects, such as torture, are often ignored in people’s daily lives, but no subject is off limits ...
  • B vitamin supplementation in treating depression 

    Klemp, Melissa L. (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    Objectives: 1. To assess if B vitamin supplementation decreases symptoms of depression. 2. To assess if B vitamin supplementation decreases depressive symptoms in people who take antidepressants yet still experience symptoms ...
  • Justifying homosexuality: globalization and its impact 

    Feldkamp, Lucas (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    This research examines the topic of homosexuality on a global scale and what helps or harms the justification of it. On a global scale, homosexuality is a topic that gets very polarized responses with some nations ...
  • International influence on the displacement of refugees 

    Schuppe, Shelby (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    This research utilizes the United Nations Database for Refugees in order to establish the three countries that assisted Yugoslavia by taking in the highest number of refugees. Germany, the United States, and Sweden ...
  • Intention and consequences in stem cell research 

    Olson, Justin S. (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
    With the increasing use of stem cells in research, discussion surrounding the use of embryos for the derivation of stem cells has often been the cause of heated debates. After defining stem cells and exploring methods to ...

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