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  • ORSP Newsletter [Fall 2018] 

    Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, Texas State University (2018-10)

    Fall 2018 issue of Engaging Research, a triannual newsletter from the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.

    Table of Contents:

    • Faculty Research Spotlight
      • Eugene Lee, Theatre ...
  • ORSP Newsletter [Summer 2018] 

    Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, Texas State University (2018-05)

    This is the Summer 2018 issue of Engaging Research, a triannual newsletter from the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.

    Table of Contents

    • Faculty Research Spotlight
      • Timothy ...
  • ORSP Newsletter [Spring 2018] 

    Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, Texas State University (2018-02)

    This is the Spring 2018 issue of Engaging Research, a triannual newsletter from the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.

    Table of Contents

    • Faculty Research Spotlight
      • Shetay ...
  • ORSP Newsletter [Fall 2017] 

    Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, Texas State University (2017-09)

    This is the inaugural issue of Engaging Research, a triannual newsletter from the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.

    Table of Contents:

    • Faculty Research Spotlight
      • Ty ...
  • Self-Compacting Concrete using Recycled-Concrete Aggregate 

    Jiong, Hu (2009-01)
    A preliminary study has been conducted to evaluate the feasibility of using recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) in self-compacting concrete (SCC). Two different sources of RCA were collected and used in proportioning SCC ...
  • The Poetry of Schoenberg’s Opus 6: Jacobowski's Neue Lieder der besten neueren Dichter für’s Folk 

    Gonzales, Cynthia (2009-01)
    The poetry anthology Neue Lieder der besten neueren Dichter für’s Volk (Ludwig Jacobowski, ed., Berlin: M. Liemann, 1899), was the source of several song texts for Arnold Schoenberg’s opera 6 & 8. In fact, no other anthology ...
  • Preserving Black Theatre in Texas 

    Holt, Elvin; Mayo, Sandra (2009-01)
    The grant allowed me to conduct more than a dozen interviews with informants (individuals knowledgeable about black theatre in Texas) in Austin, Prairie View, Houston, and San Antonio. My research included several trips ...
  • Cager: Cross-page Web Search 

    Gao, Ju (2009-01)
    Under the umbrella of "new paradigms in web search", there are three related projects. They investigate mass-collaboration-based web search with a wiki-interface, two-box search for disambiguation, and cross-page web search. ...
  • Underlying Mechanisms of Change in Spoken Discourse: Close Linguistic Inspection 

    Fleming, Valarie B. (2009-01)

    The purpose of this retrospective study was to examine a corpus of spoken discourse samples and to determine how EF ability contributes to spoken discourse production. The specific aims of the proposed project were to ...

  • Syria and Iraq in Moscow Archives 

    Bishop, Elizabeth (2009-01)
    I used an innovative research method to follow the labor laws of postcolonial Syria and Iraq, by consulting documents in Moscow archives. In terms of their labor codes, these are among the Arab world's most progressive ...
  • Hormonal Basis to Mate Choice Behavior in a Unisexual-bisexual Mating System 

    Gabor, Caitlin R. (2009-01)
    Steroid hormones play an important role in reproductive behavior. Steroid hormone levels might explain individual differences within species in the frequency of sexual behavior and species recognition. One system where ...
  • Social Capital and Civic Engagement of Marginalized Youth on MySpace 

    Deepak, Anne C.; Russell, Amy C. (2009-01)
    The Social Capital and Civic Engagement of Marginalized Youth on MySpace study sought to examine the relationships among social capital, civic engagement, and MySpace usage for socio-economically and racially marginalized ...
  • An Economic Analysis of the Factors Affecting the U.S. Chile Pepper Production 

    Gandonou, Jean-Marc (2009-01)
    Twenty-four novelty varieties (Mexican and Asian) of hot peppers were grown in field and hydroponic conditions on the campus of Texas State University. Peppers were evaluated for suitability for production in Central Texas ...
  • Dynamic Postural Control in Physically Active Persons with Chronic Ankle Instability Compared to Healthy Individuals 

    Vela, Luzita Isabel (2008-01)
    The original proposed topic for the REP grant was A Kinematic and Kinetic Comparison between a Toe-to-Heel Landing and a Heel-to-Toe Landing in Physically Active Females. This topic changed after the original Co-PI, Erin ...
  • Sex Offender Recidivism: 6 to 8 Year Follow-Up of Registered Sex Offenders 

    Vandiver, Donna (2008-01)
    The research problem is as follows: More information is needed about recidivism rates of male and female sex offenders for the purpose of establishing appropriate criminal justice sanctions, treatment plans, and prevention ...
  • Spaces of Narrative: Melville's Literary Cartography 

    Tally, Robert T., Jr. (2008-01)
    This project contributed to a book-length, interdisciplinary study of the relations between narrative and mapping, specifically as figured forth in the narrative writings of Herman Melville. The Research Enhancement Program ...
  • A Nation of Friends: Diffusion of Online Social Networking 

    Royal, Cindy L. (2008-01)
    The purpose of this study is to understand the diffusion patterns of online social networks. The past five years have seen the growing popularity of these spaces. Several companies have emerged on the forefront of this ...
  • A Study of Consolidations between Banks and Non-Banks: Motivations and Consequences 

    Yi, Ha Chin (2008-01)
    This study focuses on the reasons for and the implications of banks' decisions to acquire non- bank financial service firms (non-banks). The choice to acquire non-banks is driven by both external forces such as deregulation ...
  • Advancing Educational Equity: Does K-12 Outreach Participation Affect College Success? 

    Yamamura, Erica K. (2008-01)
    Findings revealed that both academic and social benefits from participating in the outreach program continued through the college years. Academic Benefits: Developing navigational capital. Students gained navigational ...
  • Development of ‘E-glass/Bio-based Polyurethane’ ‘Multifunctional Reinforced Nanocomposites’ using ‘low-cost VARTM process’ 

    Tate, Jitendra S. (2008-01)
    Low viscosity soy-based polyol was modified using nano-silica and Halloysite nanotubes (HNT) at different loadings. Nano-silica that was dispersed in high concentration in petroleum based polyol.HNT was dispersed using ...

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