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    • Making Tacos, Saving Grades 

      Reichenbach, Blake (2014-09)
      Blake Reichenbach is a writing consultant at Bellarmine University's Writing Center. He delivers a witty monologue about the connections between working at a trendy Mexican restaurant and consulting a fellow student during ...
    • Male-to-Female Transgender Clients: Voice Assessment and Therapy 

      Peña, Naomy (2015)
      Male-to-Female transgender clients seeking voice feminization therapy are not considered having an organic voice disorder. Because the perception of their voice often does not align with their new identity it negatively ...
    • The Man I Never Knew 

      Cohen, Alice (2015)
      The atrocities of the Holocaust have left many without grandparents, husbands and wives, sons and daughters; generations were wiped out, cutting family trees short and memories to never be made. This poem is in honor of ...
    • Mannequin Renewal 

      Suphan, Jessica (2018)
      In a small, sheltered home of modern day United States, an older man named Josef paints those slaughtered in the Holocaust on mannequins. But his solitary passion is interrupted by a high schooler named Lydia; she bursts ...
    • Maternal Drug Abuse and Neonatal Hearing Impairment 

      McKenna, Michael (2015)
      Mothers who abuse legal and/or illicit drugs while pregnant harm not only themselves, but their unborn children as well. Of the many detriments caused to the developing fetus by maternal drug abuse, hearing impairments ...
    • A Measure of Mobile Technology Familiarity 

      Kelley, Steven (2015)
      Utilizing personal computer technology in the classrooms has been shown to have a positive impact on student classroom achievement (Butzin, 2001). Despite known gains, incorporation of technology into the classrooms is a ...
    • The Mekong River: An Expedition Proposal 

      Cooper, Garrett (2012)
    • Meme Essay 

      Simon, Jasper; Whealdon, Jordan; McGuinness, Miles; Thomas, Dan (2016)
    • Methods for Determining New Biovolumes for Copepods and Cladocerans 

      Binggeli, Casey; Waring, Allison; Mihuc, Timothy (Scientia Discipulorum: SUNY Plattsburgh, 2011)
      Zooplankton are an important component of the food web in freshwater lake ecosystems. Despite there being an abundance of density data for zooplankton taxa in these lakes, there is very little information that exists about ...
    • Micro-plastic Bioaccumulation in Yellow Perch (Perca flavescens) of Lake Champlain 

      Moseman, Erin (2015)
      Micro-plastics are discharged into watersheds through wastewater treatment plant effluent and onward into waterbodies. Studies have shown that micro-plastics are bioaccumulating within aquatic organisms found in both fresh ...
    • Micro-plastic Pollution: A Comparative Survey of Wastewater Effluent in New York 

      Chaskey, Elizabeth; Hirsch, Taylor; Drake, Todd; Ehmann, Karyn; Chu, Yvonne (2014)
      Micro-plastics are hypothesized to be discharged into the waterways through wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) effluent. Students from SUNY Fredonia, jointly with students from SUNY Plattsburgh, have conducted a survey of ...
    • Microaggression Prevalence in a Mid Sized College 

      Gaston, Venessa (2015)
      Microaggressions are defined as everyday verbal or nonverbal exchanges that convey contemptuous and derogatory messages that may be interpreted as acts of non-physical aggression. They can also be described as subtle acts ...
    • Microplastic Bioaccumulation in invertebrates, fish, and cormorants in Lake Champlain 

      Hammer, Chad; VanBrocklin, Hope (2016)
      It is estimated in the United States that 8 trillion microbeads enter our waterways daily. Microplastics are typically discharged into local watersheds through wastewater treatment plant effluent and marine debris, with ...
    • Microplastic Biomagnification in Invertebrates, Fish, and Cormorants in Lake Champlain 

      Putnam, Alexandra; Clune, Alexis; Buksa, Brandon; Hammer, Chad; VanBrockin, Hope (2017)
      Microplastics are plastic particles that are microplastics, which are pellets commonly found in personal care products, and secondary microplastics, which are degraded plastics. Microplastics have made their way into ...
    • Microplastic Biomagnification in Invertebrates, Fish, and Cormorants in Lake Champlain 

      Stewart, James; Walrath, Joshua; Putnam, Alex; Hammer, Chad; VanBrocklin, Hope; Buksa, Brandon; Clune, Alexis (2018)
      The goal of this research was to determine whether microplastics (MP) are uptaken by invertebrates, fish, and Phalacrocorax auritus (double-crested cormorants) resident to Lake Champlain. We did so by quantifying and ...
    • Microplastic Pollution: A Survey of Wastewater Effluent in Plattsburgh, NY 

      Buksa, Brandon; Niekrewicz, Thomas (2016)
      Microplastic pollution in freshwater ecosystems is an emerging topic in aquatic pollution science. Primary microplastics were designed to be small (e.g., microbeads, pre-production plastic nurdles) and secondary microplastics ...
    • Microplastic Pollution: A Survey of Wastewater Effluent in the Lake Champlain Basin 

      Moriarty, Melissa; Lee, Erin; Brown, Sadie; Buksa, Brandon; Niekrewicz, Thomas; Barnes, Jason; Chaskey, Elizabeth (2018)
      Microplastic is defined as particulatefragments, fibers, films, foams, pellets, and beads. Microplastic pollution was first documented in the 1970s and interest has grown from initial characterization, to effects within ...
    • Monitoring the Efficacy of Biological Control Agent Ladybird Beetles to Manage Scale Insects 

      Goldman, Jessica (2015)
      There are multiple methods in which pests, or nuisance species, can be removed from infected target plants. One approach is via biological control, which is when a living organism is used to control or manage a pest, ...
    • Moving Beyond the Transmission of Feedback: Strategies to Engage Students 

      Squires, Maureen (The Common Good: A SUNY Plattsburgh Journal on Teaching and Learning, 2013)
      Feedback is an essential element of formative assessment. For students to grow, deepen their thinking, and improve their writing, they must understand and apply instructor comments. Moreover, students must be active ...