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  • Lippman, Carol (2008-12)
  • Unknown author (FAY FOTO, 1992-05-12)
  • Unknown author (FAY FOTO, 1985-04-30)
  • Kaufmann, Arthur
    Semi-Abstract depiction of flags, funnels, superstructures, stacks, etc. of a ship. According to Hans Kaufman, this was painted during a trip via freighter from New York to Rio.
  • Ayers, Ryan (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015-04-22)
    Joseph Conrad's novella Heart of Darkness and its many adaptations approach central themes of madness and the uncertainty of man through a variety of differing settings. Each of these adaptations ask and present the viewer ...
  • Margileth, Lynn (1983)
    Lynn Margileth creates art in a variety of mediums, including etching, encaustics, painting and mixed media. Each of these mediums is represented on her official website. Themes that she currently explores in all of the ...
  • Eastley, Sophia Auset (Southern New Hampshire University, 2011-01-07)
  • Grover, Jayna (Southern New Hampshire University, 2015)
    This project explores how the emergence of social media negatively affects the youth of our nation by putting them at risk for many online dangers, most importantly online sexual predators. Children who use social media ...
  • Piatt, Faith (Southern New Hampshire University, 2013)
    The Village of Walden is facing an affordable housing crisis, leaving many residents in an extremely precarious, unsustainable situation, mirroring the nationwide crisis that has been amplified since the housing market ...
  • Fehr, David (Southern New Hampshire University, 2003)
    As stated in the working paper: "In recent years, most not-for-profits have set up an office of technology transfer to handle those R&D projects which may potentially have commercial value. In fact, in the current environment ...
  • Chang, Yan (Southern New Hampshire University, 2011-09)
    With the rapid increasing energy needs from all kinds of energy consumers, energy prices have increased dramatically, especially the price for fossil energy. How to lower energy consumption cost, which energy is optimal ...
  • Wood, David H. (Southern New Hampshire University, 1992)
    As stated in the thesis project, "Rural northern New Hampshire, from Plymouth north to the Canadian border, is the least affluent region in the state. While comprising almost one half of New Hampshire's geographical area, ...
  • Currier, Kevin
  • Missokia, Elizabeth Timothy (Southern New Hampshire University, 2005)
    Like people, organizations learn, grow and change over time. They develop personalities, skills, and habits. They have talents, interests, and ambitions. Organizations experience success and failure, become distracted, ...
  • Kitiku, Sebastian Francis (Southern New Hampshire University, 2005)
    This paper assesses the organizational capacity building gaps of the Local NGO (CISO) for the purpose of identifying the organizational strengths and limitations so as to find possible ways o f improving their performance. ...
  • McArthur, Karen R. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2018)
    This study examined the opinion of higher education information technology professionals on organizational mindfulness and mindful organizing in aligning their department’s organizational goals with the broader college/university ...
  • Winn, Gerald H. (Southern New Hampshire University, 1984)
    As stated in the thesis project, "The voice and face of our community are to a great extent the employees of our local retail establishments, town employees, waitresses, secretaries, receptionists, etc. Often the impressions ...
  • Gay, Merrill (Southern New Hampshire University, 1992)
    As stated in the thesis project, "This project describes the impact of the HUD guaranteed mortgages used to finance Beaver Brook (Ansonia, Connecticut) and about 3,000 other apartment complexes around the country. This ...
  • Boisvert, Alexis Leigh (Southern New Hampshire University, 2021)
    This thesis explores origami’s past, present, and future applications. Inspired by the Between the Folds documentary from PBS, we survey a wide variety of state of the art technologies which are possible because of origami. ...
  • Kambili, Dunstan Manjolo (Southern New Hampshire University, 2005)
    The population of HIV/AIDS orphans thereafter referred as orphans and vulnerable children is growing rapidly, the family, community and government capacities are overstretched, and the potentials of young people to develop, ...