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    • Tainted Lives 

      Kiroy, Nicholas (2018)
      The work describes in a 20-line standard stanza the lives of six individuals who were affected in some way by the holocaust. I tried not to just define each character by their status and circumstances, but also by a dominant ...
    • Talk Amongst Yourself: A SoTL Manifesto 

      Neuhaus, Jessamyn (The Common Good: A SUNY Plattsburgh Journal on Teaching and Learning, 2015)
      This article identifies four ways that both public presentations as well as published work in the scholarship on teaching and learning could be improved, calling on all potential SoTL contributors to 1.) be yourself 2.) ...
    • Teaching Children with Autism to Join In 

      Titherington, Sarah (2016)
      In order to develop and maintain interpersonal relationships, one must possess certain social skills. Because children with an autism spectrum disorder have significant difficulty with social skills, it is imperative to ...
    • Teaching Global Issues through Public Intellectuals 

      Hornibrook, Jeff (The Common Good: A SUNY Plattsburgh Journal on Teaching and Learning, 2014)
      By focusing on individual writers, public intellectuals, who are both thoughtful and easily accessible—rather than reading about these broader topics in textbooks—students learn about many of the same important issues while ...
    • Texting Hotlines: A Pilot Study 

      Fournier, Kristen (2016)
      Texting has been integrated into virtually all aspects of society, including medical and mental health interventions. Researchers examined the use of crisis hotline among college students and their willingness to consider ...
    • Those Immersed Resurface: A Follow Up with Track 2 Participants of the First Information Literacy Immersion 

      Toth, Michelle (College and Research Libraries News, 2003-01)
      So what happens to all those great ideas and all that motivation that we get when we attend conferences and professional development opportunities? In the case of the first Track 2 participants of ACRL's Institute for ...
    • Threading The Needles of South Dakota and Storming Devils Tower of Wyoming 

      Commanda, Brandon (2010)
      For some time now it has only been a dream of mine to travel across the country to climb the classics and the natural wonders of America. For this expedition, that could rightfully be called an American safari, my team ...
    • Timing of Peak Acorn Yield in Northern Red Oaks at Flat Rock Forest in Relation to Small Mammals 

      Ellsworth, Janet; Peterson, Marc; Straub, Jacob; Garneau, Danielle (Scientia Discipulorum: SUNY Plattsburgh, 2015)
      Oak trees can produce pulsed, synchronous and large seed yields; a phenomena coined "masting" . Among the diversity of trees in northeastern forests, mast events from northern red oak (Quercus rubra) have been linked to ...
    • Timing of Peak Acorn Yield in Northern Red Oaks at Flatrock Forest in Relation to Small Mammals 

      Peterson, Marc; Ellsworth, Janet (2014)
      The pulsed, synchronous mass-production of seeds in tree species is a phenomenon called masting , which is an important event that occurs in forested ecosystems (Koenig and Knops 2005). Northern red oak (Quercus rubra) ...
    • To Stay or To Return: Factors Affecting the Immigration Decisions of African Students in the United States 

      Suberu, Mary (2017)
      There are a few factors affecting the decision of migrant African students' choice to stay in the United States or return to their home countries. From the ideological wish to return to spark change in their country, various ...
    • Training Communication Effectiveness in Individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease and Their Caregivers 

      Ferrell, Jackie (2014)
      Frequent communication breakdowns associated with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) negatively affect the patient-caregiver relationship. This indicates a need for proper communication training to achieve an improved quality of ...
    • Transitioning the Voice: Considerations for Transgender Voice Therapy 

      Finley, Abigail (2016)
      Transgender individuals are individuals whose gender identity does not match the sex they were assigned at birth. In order to live as their gender, transgender individuals may seek voice therapy. Researchers have tried to ...
    • TrashTracker 

      Garneau, Danielle (2013)
      The goal of the TrashTracker in-class service learning project was to increase awareness of litter habits on campus and inform buildings and grounds as to where improvements could be made. Students developed a smartphone ...
    • Treatment Efficacy for Landau-Kleffner Syndrome: Short and Long Term Outcomes 

      Rainville, Michelle (2015)
      Landau-Kleffner Syndrome (LKS) is a rare form of epileptic aphasia occurring in children characterized by abnormal electroencephalogram and a loss of language skills. There are many methods of treatment for LKS all with ...
    • Treatment of Vocal Abuse in Adult and Pediatric Populations 

      Reedy, Meghan (2015)
      Vocal abuse is a common problem faced by many individuals. This poster explains the treatment of vocal abuse, specifically in the adult and pediatric populations. Both groups experience vocal abuse, but there are differences ...
    • Treatment Options for Dysphagia 

      Chiudina, Nicole (2014)
      Dysphagia is a swallowing disorder that can affect both children and adults. Treatments include rehabilitative and/or compensatory swallowing strategies. The type of treatment used differs for each client depending on their ...
    • Trophic transfer of microplastics in Phalacrocorax auritus (Double-Crested Cormorants) and fish in Lake Champlain 

      Bullis, Kathleen; Stewart, James; Walrath, Joshua; Putnam, Alexandra; Hammer, Chad; VanBrocklin, Hope; Buska, Brandon; Clune, Alexis; Garneau, Danielle (2018)
      The goal of this research was to determine whether microplastics (MP) result in trophic transfer within invertebrates, fish, and Phalacrocorax auritus (Double-crested Cormorants) resident to Lake Champlain. We did so by ...
    • Tutoring Podcast 

      Martinez, Jonathon (2014-09)
      SUNY Plattsburgh's Jonathon Martinez sits down with Tom Halford to chat about writing tutoring. Martinez talks about learning to speak English fluently as a child, and he explains why he wanted to become a writing tutor.
    • Tutors 

      Smith, Carolyn (2015)
      Carolyn Smith's short story is from the perspective of an anxious student who has her first tutoring session.
    • Twitter: Tweets for Analysts 

      White, Susan (The Common Good: A SUNY Plattsburgh Journal on Teaching and Learning, 2015)
      Twitter is a popular social media outlet where companies can disseminate information about the firm. Students can obtain usable information that can potentially aid their analyses of firms, with the firm’s Twitter feed as ...