Recent Submissions

  • Off the Beaten Path: Hidden Wonders of Menomonie, Wis. 

    Price, Kyra; Verbsky, Devon; Huey, Faith; Leukam, Gracyn; Nielsen, Hannah; Pedersen, Bailey; Callander, Grace; Van Brocklin, Laura; Romano, Cynthia; South, Holly; Lamparty, Autumn; Bialka, Isabel; Mueller, Adam; Boree, Hannah (A Professional Communication and Emerging Media Publication, 2023)
    Small towns can be deceiving. You might think there's nothing to do, no interesting places to eat or visit. But if you take a close look, you'll discover places and spaces that have always been around, as well as some that ...
  • Beyond 

    Shepherd, Kyra (University of Wisconsins--Stout, 2021)
    This is a short narrative piece created using 2D animation. It tells a fictional story with the theme of not judging a book by its cover. Everything is hand-drawn.
  • The Strewn Evidence Meant Something 

    Zajda, Zach (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2023)
    “There’s been time this whole time. You can’t kill time with your heart. Everything takes time. Bees have to move very fast to stay still.” —David Foster Wallace, Forever Overhead I believe in art as evidence. As a record ...
  • Tamarack Restoration in a Wetland Reserve Property: Comparison with a Natural Reference Site 

    Baemert, Kyle; Jones, Christopher (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2023)
    Wetlands are important ecosystems with high levels of productivity, biodiversity, and provision of ecosystem services. Recently, wetlands have become a focal point for ecological restoration; however, it is difficult to ...
  • Rare Vascular and Bryophyte Plant Survey: Diversity within the Devil's Punchbowl 

    Serafina, Britney (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2023)
    Rare plant surveys are important for plant species conservation. These types of surveys help with research, monitoring, management, and citizen engagement. Rare species are important due to their impact on the environment, ...
  • Impact of Personal Care Products on Tensile Strength and Structure of Hair 

    Kunze, Jordan (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2023)
    Currently, there is a lot of debate over hair products and the components within them. While sulfates and parabens have been the two most controversial components within hair products, there is very little public knowledge ...
  • Glove Tips & Chimp Pits 

    Spolar, Brodie (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2023)
    "Picture the flaccid tips of a disposable rubber glove, laboriously and unsuccessfully applied to a hand damp with perspiration. Those tips could be cut off and given to a very small man to be used as swim caps. The glove ...
  • For Its Season 

    Dillinger, Lauren (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2023)
    “Nature does not recognize it; she finds her own again under new forms without loss. Yet death is beautiful when seen to be a law, and not an accident. It is as common as life... Every blade in the field, every leaf in the ...
  • Exploring Family Dynamics, Mental Health, and Well-Being Among College Students with Foster Care Histories 

    Dickrell, Heather (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2023)
    The impact of a foster family environment on mental health and well-being has been studied; however, less is known regarding the experiences of foster youth who have transitioned out of foster care and are now pursuing ...
  • Dividing the Day 

    Holzem, Carley (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2023)
    I throw functional ware out of porcelain to create large sets of pottery made for two or more people to have meals together. The experience of life can be enhanced in the simplest of ways by bringing presence and purpose ...
  • Black Robes: God's Patriots that Prepared America for Indepenence 

    Walker, D.J. (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2023)
    The various causes of the American Revolution have been studied for centuries by numerous scholars. Of the many causes, the role of colonial clergy, while once studied regularly, has not received the same level of academic ...
  • Inner Flame 

    Kruger, Samantha (University of Wisconsin--Stout, 2023)
    This short animation focuses on a girl named Jean who encounters bullies at school. We see her personality manifest as a flame to reveal her inner emotions. I wanted to create an animation that reflects the impacts that ...
  • Party Fever 

    Capistrant, Carli; Emerson, Reem; Steder, Cameryn (University of Wisconsin--Stout, 2023)
    Party Fever offers Stress-free, customizable and modern party decorations at attainable costs. Both on-site setup and quick-ship DIY options are available. Post Covid-19 lockdowns, communities are celebrating more than ...
  • Antimicrobial Surfaces Fail to Kill Bacteria 

    Christianson, Mareike; Frischmann, Logan; Younker, Rachel; Cunningham, Brady (University of Wisconsin--Stout, 2023)
    This study investigated the ability of “antimicrobial” surfaces to effectively kill microbes in clinical and hospital settings. Using accepted microbiological techniques, we compared standard fabrics and solid surfaces to ...
  • Changes in Chemical Oxygen Demand of Surface Waters in Dunn County 

    Shumaker, Kennadi; Thiede, Kaito (University of Wisconsin--Stout, 2023)
    Chemical oxygen demand (COD) is an indicator of the amount of oxygen required to oxidize organic and inorganic substances in water. COD testing is commonly done on samples of water contaminated with domestic and industrial ...
  • A Happy Home Veterinary Clinic 

    Manderfeld, Grace (University of Wisconsin--Stout, 2023)
    A Happy Home Veterinary Clinic will provide many services for a variety of animals, focusing on cats and dogs. There will be eight total exam rooms, one being an outdoor exam, relief, and play area, and another being a ...
  • Pines Peak: Lodge & Resort 

    Aschebrook, Olivia (University of Wisconsin--Stout, 2023)
    This project was created with the intent of creating a resort where a middle-aged couple would be able to retire on a lake while still being able to earn a living as properties' owners. The part of the project I designed ...
  • The Villa 

    Carothers, Whitley (University of Wisconsin--Stout, 2023)
    No description is available.
  • Black Sheep Retreat 

    Nelson, Coco (University of Wisconsin--Stout, 2023)
    Black Sheep Retreat is tucked into a secluded area a half mile from beautiful Lake Pepin in Stockholm, Wisconsin. Anders and Erika Holt own and operate this unique retreat. Their mission is to make it a relaxing, inspiring, ...
  • The Halocline Ballet Company 

    Rohwer, Brielle (University of Wisconsin--Stout, 2023)
    No description is available.

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