Results: 18
Newcomers, Creative Spaces, and Connection Through Art
Historically, the island of Newfoundland has had  a culturally homogeneous population. For this reason, newcomers report a distressing insider/outsider dynamic of disconnect and challenges accessing local social support systems...
The Sinking of the Titanic
Heather Kelly
Apr 09, 2013
The Titanic was a British luxury passenger ship completed in 1912 that was one of the largest of its kind at the time. When built it was widely deemed to be virtually unsinkable, but the ship met with disaster after hitting an...
False Start
Heather R. Nelson
Jan 30, 2014
In the aftermath of the Civil War, higher education in the South had been all but depleted. Vanderbilt University was inaugurated in 1875 to begin to fill the gap in education for Southern men. Rigdon McCoy McIntosh, a prolific...
Published by: Faculty of Education
Degree Attainment in Online Learning Programs
The purpose of this study is to compare degree attainment rates in online and not wholly online degree programs, using longitudinal data from a national sample. Longitudinal data, collected from the National Center for Education...
Published by: IGI Global
People Who Need Data People
UW-Madison has a thriving community of support around research data management and sharing, computational skills, and research reproducibility which are all building blocks for supporting campus data science needs. Support is...
Published by: IGI Global
Cyber Threat Hunting
Security and Information Event Management (SIEM) systems require significant manual input; SIEM tools with machine learning minimizes this effort but are reactive and only effective if known attack patterns are captured by the...
Published by: IGI Global
Antigen discrimination by T cells relies on size-constrained microvillar contact.
T cells use finger-like protrusions called 'microvilli' to interrogate their targets, but why they do so is unknown. To form contacts, T cells must overcome the highly charged, barrier-like layer of large molecules forming a...
Published by: Nature Communications