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  • Zuk, Lara (Kansas State University. Dept. of History, 2011-04-19)
    With Germanic and possibly surviving medieval European culture ways implanted in Pottawatomie County, a shared rural slaughterhouse in early Westmoreland provides clues. From oral accounts only, the author locates the site ...
  • Zuk, Lara (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2010-03)
    With Germanic and possibly surviving medieval European culture ways implanted in Pottawatomie County, a shared rural slaughterhouse in early Westmoreland provides clues. From oral accounts only, the author locates the site ...
  • Caldas, Marcellus M.; Bergtold, Jason S.; Peterson, Jeffrey M.; Graves, Russell W.; Earnhart, Dietrich; Gong, Sheng; Lauer, Brian; Brown, J. Christopher (2014-07-01)
    Energy conservation has emerged as one of the biggest challenges of the world in the XXI century, and not different from many countries, the US has created plans and policies to stimulate renewable energy alternative. Among ...
  • Winder, V. L.; Carrlson, K. M.; Gregory, A. J.; Hagen, C. A.; Haukos, David A.; Kesler, D. C.; Larsson, L. C.; Matthews, T. W.; McNew, L. B.; Patten, M. A.; Pitman, J. C.; Powell, L. A.; Smith, J. A.; Thompson, T.; Wolfe, D. H.; Sandercock, Brett K.
  • Barnett, Mark A.; Nichols, Marcella B.; Sonnentag, Tammy L.; Wadian, Taylor W. (2013-08-16)
    A total of 69 sixth- through eighth-grade students rated their experiences with antisocial and prosocial teases as well as their general attitudes toward teases. Subsequently, the participants read hard copies of four ...
  • Conard, Jonathan M.; Sandercock, Brett K.; Gipson, Philip S.; Ballard, Warren B. (2013-04-10)
    Understanding the influence of management actions and environmental conditions on demographic vital rates is important for effective conservation and management of wildlife populations. We used radio-telemetry to monitor ...
  • Johnson, James; Parker, Craig; Fassler-Kerstetter, Jacqueline; Hunt, Paul; Maxwell, Steven; Yu-Oppenheim, Julie (Kansas State University; School of Music, Theatre, and Dance, )
    April 9, 2019 7:30pm All Faiths Chapel J. S. Bach - Coffee Cantata, "Ah, How Sweet Coffee Tastes" Aaron Copland - Old American Songs: I. Simple Gifts, II. Zion's Walls, III. At the River Eugene Zador - Brass Quintet: ...
  • Lin, Bo (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2017-03)
    This is an exploration of the Covenanter Church in Eskridge, Wilmington Township, Wabaunsee County. The Eskridge Covenanter Church belongs to the Reformed Presbyterian Church, which was from the Reformed Presbyterian Church ...
  • Muturi, Nancy W. (2010-09-13)
    HIV/AIDS continues to advance relentlessly in the developing countries with the Caribbean ranking second to sub-Saharan Africa in rates of infection. Using the social influence theory that recognizes the role of opinion ...
  • Dirks, Rachel; Cranford, Jerry Jay (Kansas State University; School of Music, Theatre, and Dance, )
    October 23, 2018 7:30 PM McCain Auditorium Program: Jerry Jay Cranford - An Introduction to the Orchestra Camille Saint-Saens - Carnival of the Animals Sergei Prokofiev - Peter and the Wolf Leonard Bernstein - ...
  • Powers, Angela M.; Sohn, Ardyth B.; Briggs-Bunting, Jane
    Since small town newspapers are facing increased competition and technological changes that are threatening their survival, the purpose of this paper was to analyze the strategy-making activities of these organizations ...
  • Cook, Kevin (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2011-09)
    Fancy Creek was not a town at all, but a loose collection of settler homesteads in a township originally named Goshen. Goshen Township was first established and settled on March 18th, 1860 by Capt. G. Shaubel and others ...
  • Budke, Brady; Huntington, Bret; Yu, Han; Joglekar, Shreepad; Hallaq, Tom G. (Kansas State University, 2018)
    Kansas farmers produce much of the nation’s crops including wheat, beef, corn and sorghum, yet many of these farmers live more than 10 miles from a grocery store, placing them in food deserts. This story shows how anyone ...
  • Ramm, Alexander G.; Tran, Nhan Thanh (World Academic Publishing, )
    Scalar wave scattering by many small particles of arbitrary shapes with impedance boundary condition is studied. The problem is solved asymptotically and numerically under the assumptions a d where k = 2 = is the ...
  • Gould, Thomas H. P. (2013-04-09)
    Perhaps nothing strikes more fear into the hearts of all tenure-track professors than the process itself. Are four papers in this journal good enough? Are eight papers in another okay? What if someone doesn’t like me or ...
  • Fluker, Morgan (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2017-09)
    A presentation of the information gathered regarding the Kanza Indian tribe of northeastern Kansas. The information pertains to the tribe’s dietary practices, specifically those that utilized the wild and native resources ...
  • Mundell, Julie (Kansas State University. Dept. of History, 2013-03-27)
    After the stock market crash of 1929, the country fell into a deep financial depression. Devastated by losses, the citizens of the United States were eager for relief. President Franklin D. Roosevelt promised the people a ...
  • Manougian, Eric J.; White, Patrick W.; Hallaq, Tom G. (Kansas State University, )
    Dr. Sharda and his colleagues and students do work in precision agriculture to increase efficiency of farming through innovations in farm machinery, sensors and technology, and agronomic algorithm development. We want to ...
  • Aranda, Crystal (Kansas State University. Dept. of History, 2011-01-24)
    This study concerning health reform in Mexico focuses on the effects of gender roles on syphilis epidemics in Mexico, 1910-1940. Accepted gender roles of Mexican males and females, especially those pertaining to femininity ...
  • Rudenko, A.; Inhester, L.; Hanasaki, K.; Li, X.; Robatjazi, S. J.; Erk, B.; Boll, R.; Toyota, K.; Hao, Y.; Vendrell, O.; Bomme, C.; Savelyev, E.; Rudek, B.; Foucar, L.; Southworth, S. H.; Lehmann, C. S.; Kraessig, B.; Marchenko, T.; Simon, M.; Ueda, K.; Ferguson, K. R.; Bucher, M.; Gorkhover, T.; Carron, S.; Alonso-Mori, R.; Koglin, J. E.; Correa, J.; Williams, G. J.; Boutet, S.; Young, L.; Bostedt, C.; Son, S.-K.; Santra, R.; Rolles, D. (2017-06-01)
    X-ray free-electron lasers enable the investigation of the structure and dynamics of diverse systems, including atoms, molecules, nanocrystals and single bioparticles, under extreme conditions1,2,3,4,5,6,7. Many imaging ...

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