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  • Raspberry pi embedded operating system and runtime 

    Perry, James J. (2016-05)
    This thesis explores the creation of a small footprint, high-performance Embedded Operating System (EOS) for the Raspberry Pi (RPi). Using a customization approach, the image is configures to include only required functions ...
  • A Re-evaluation on racism: how a strong U.S. tradition of anti Mexican sentiment was responsible for the 1930s Mexican repatriation crisis 

    Donofrio, Nikki (2018-10)
    My paper will discuss the events that led to the 1930s Mexican repatriation crisis as well as the social and cultural motivations of racism that allowed for both the local and national government to repatriate around 400,000 ...
  • Reactions to behaviors: the role of education on people’s perceptions of body-focused repetitive behaviors 

    Scarimbolo, Katrina (2018-05)
    Reactions to body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs) (trichotillomania, excoriation disorder, onychophagia, and trichophagia) were measured by evaluating people's reactions on a Likert scale. A total of 221 participants ...
  • Recall disruption produced by noise-vocoded speech: a study of the irrelevant sound effect 

    Dorsi, Josh (2013-11-11)
    The Irrelevant Sound Effect (ISE) is the finding that serial recall performance is impaired under complex auditory backgrounds such as speech as compared to white noise or silence (Colle & Welsh, 1976). Much of the current ...
  • RECUERDOS: MFA Thesis - Metal 

    Wilson, Katherine (2014-05)
    My work revolves around the concept of memory, with a concentration in familial and collective memory. The objects I create have been affected by memory. The understanding of material choices, forms and construction have ...
  • The relationship between achievement goals and the academic success of first-generation college students 

    Perry, Andrew Holmes (2018-06)
    Recent research has established that first-generation college students, or those students without a parent with a four-year college degree, tend to underperform academically compared to continuing-generation college students, ...
  • Resistance in music therapy 

    Williams, Kimberly (2018-05)
    This study explores music therapists’ experiences of resistance in therapy. Resistance has been defined as the direct or indirect oppositional behavior of a client due to possible reluctance to change (Newman, 2012). Though ...
  • "Revolting Behavior" Conference papers: Finding Aid, Press Release 

    Sojourner Truth Library (2013-08-15)
    Local finding aid for papers related to the SUNY NP Women's Studies Program conference titled "Revolting Behavior" held November 1, 1997 on the New Paltz Campus. Materials cataloged include planning minutes, correspondence, ...
  • Rise of the Cyborg: MFA Thesis - Sculpture 

    Solimanto, Rosary (2015-05)
    The historical social injustice of disability identity creates traumatic experiences from institutionalized biomedical infrastructure. Art on this subject has been long overdue to empower the disabled minority group and ...
  • Rock paper scissors: MFA Thesis - Painting & Drawing  

    Strauss, Sharon (2019-05)
    For me, making art is a ritualistic process bound up in observations of the material world. It speaks to my desire to interpret the world around me. How can spaces we consider "ordinary" allow an opportunity for transcendence? ...
  • The role of personal music therapy for music therapists 

    Wanamaker, Cara (2019-08)
    The purpose of this paper is to examine whether or not music therapists engage in music therapy as personal therapy. A 32-question survey was electronically distributed to board-certified music therapists (MT-BC) who were ...
  • Rules of Disorder: MFA Thesis - Painting and Drawing 

    Nomer, Emily T. (2018-05)
    Rules of Disorder is a composition painted in acrylic paints on 13 wood panels, overall dimension 64" x 92", inspired by line 116 of Hesiod's Theogony: "Truly at first Chaos came to be".
  • Seams: The wall, The body, The land, MFA Thesis - Painting and Drawing 

    Ozeri, Michal (2017-05)
    The world is full of seams. Seams that split and bind our society, open and stitch up gaps between us. Borders that are transient and enduring, able to be minimized and expanded, mobile and static. They can be ripped, ...
  • Second language acquisition in immigrant groups in Germany 

    Cagar, Nicole (2018-05)
    After the fall of the Nazi regime, Germany’s immigration policy drastically changed. The need for guest workers (Gastarbeiter) was high in order to rebuild German infrastructure, with a majority of the guest workers coming ...
  • Self / Conscious : MFA Thesis - Painting and Drawing 

    Guile, Lindsey (2014-05)
    My art work explores the intimate contact of physical interaction, especially with one's self. Beyond the sexual nature of touch, the focus is on discovery, acknowledgment, embodiment and eventually ownership. This series ...
  • Self-Promotion and Gender in the Work Place 

    Waterous, Kathleen (2010-03-18)
    Gender role attitudes are blamed for problems women have self-promoting in the workplace. This study examines the differences in the perceptions between men and women on self-promotion. It was expected that men would find ...
  • Shakespearean process guided by feminist ideals: the drive of presence with an engine of collaboration 

    Amiran, Maayan (2018-12)
    This thesis seeks to explore how Feminist ideals simultaneously guide and emerge from Shakespearean theatrical process through my observations of the actors’ experiences in our production of William Shakespeare’s, The ...
  • Shift: MFA Thesis - Metal 

    Fiorentino, Mary Beth (2018-05)
    My interest lies in the adaptability and persistence of the living world, particularly in the face of adverse conditions—like a young fern that unfurls through a small crack in the sidewalk. Patiently, the forces of nature ...
  • Shifting sandstone: German monuments as vessels of collective memory 

    O’Riordan, Conor (2019-05)
    Based on the extensive history each and every single one of these monuments bears witness to, the preconceived notion that monuments represent only a static period of time is incorrect. Rather, monuments shift to reflect ...
  • Shui 

    Ma, Jingdi (2019-05)
    Shui is the Pinyin form of the Chinese word for water. This thesis centers itself around the complexities of how water is connotative to the emotional state of human nature. In the forms of a fifteen minute compilation ...