SNHU Academic Archive: Recent submissions

  • Ippolito, Sandra (Southern New Hampshire University, 2019-05)
    During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Immigration laws would be drastically changed due in part to nativism and other factors. It would be the first time in history that the federal government would get involved ...
  • Weltsek, Bernadette M. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2019)
    Increasing numbers of high school students are identifying openly as transgender and gender nonconforming even as they navigate violence, discrimination, and harassment from peers and others. Many of the scholarly work ...
  • Salomone, Nicole C. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2018-12)
    While the concept of the misdiagnosis of death resulting in premature burial sounds like a theme from Hollywood, it was a real circumstance that took place in Western Europe from antiquity through the nineteenth century. ...
  • Hobson, Luke Anthony (Southern New Hampshire University, 2019)
    This explanatory sequential mixed methods study aims to understand the relationship perceptions of online Millennial Generation students with their online academic advisors. The study asks the question: How do online ...
  • Workman, Tara Leigh (Southern New Hampshire University, 2019-03)
    Throughout the history of Ireland, England, and the United States there have been many differing opinions about the causes, and yet more importantly, the effects of the An Gorta Móhr, also known as the Great Hunger or the ...
  • Khan, Pauline Bary (Southern New Hampshire University, 2019)
    Conflict, and the methods by which conflict is handled in organizations, may lead to obstacles when solving problems or may contribute to constructive feedback and progress. In a higher education organization, interpersonal ...
  • Welby, Kathryn (Southern New Hampshire University, 2019-03)
    In response to the growing opioid epidemic, this multiple case study investigation explored multiple schools in opioid crisis regions of the Northeast. Select elementary schools in Massachusetts, Maine, and New Hampshire ...
  • Thompson, Jonathan Patrick (Southern New Hampshire University, 2019-02)
    As the Vietnam War drew to a close during the spring of 1975, the United States determined it had a responsibility to save South Vietnam’s at-risk children from the communists. Americans largely pushed for this humanitarian ...
  • Sheffield, Kathleen Bunker (Southern New Hampshire University, 2019)
    When a sojourner travels to a new place they often acculturate to their new surroundings and the host culture in which they are living. There is also a readjustment when that same sojourner returns home, changed by their ...
  • Wilson, Gregory Stone (Southern New Hampshire University, 2018-12)
    The Cuban Missile Crisis of October 1962 was provoked by the US in response to the discovery of Operation Anadyr, the Soviet deployment of military equipment to Cuba. Operation Anadyr was intended to deter further US ...
  • Flickinger, Joseph (Southern New Hampshire University, 2018-12)
    Bridgetown Cemetery, a small 22-acre cemetery located in the Bridgetown suburb of Cincinnati Ohio, is technically two cemeteries contained in one property. The first cemetery, named the First German Protestant Cemetery ...
  • Wisman, Kelsey (Southern New Hampshire University, 2018-12)
    York County, much like the rest of the nation, experienced political and societal strife during the Civil Rights Movement. Certain locations received national media attention due to the events that occurred. Although ...
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  • Shebop 
    Saars, Alison (2019)
    Copacetic, published in 2019, is a suite of eight multi-block linocuts on handmade Hamada Kozo, backed with Sekishu Kozo, based on images created in 2018 at the 125th Street subway station in New York City. Saar expanded ...
  • Eastman, Micheal H. (2002)
    A single lady's slipper fills the foreground against a forested background.
  • Bruno, Eric; Ryman, Gabby; Ann, Leilani; Matis, River Arya; Morrison, Pearl; Lewis, Hannah; Way, Ruth; Pelletier, Correy; Tryance, Jasmine; DiSorbo, Sabrina; Vance, Kaylee; Quinn, Harrison; Martone, Rebecca; Wilcox, Branden; Krane, Amber; Elise, Abby; Vonschantz-Ricci, Nicholas; Franco, Michael; Treadwell, Dominique (Town & Country Reprographics, 2019)
  • Cardelus, Maggie (2019)
    Ocean Oil Pour is part of Maggie Cardeuls' 2019 body of work called Split sun which revisits American Landscape Photography using crude oil as a painting medium in order to create evocative works that suggest a new more ...
  • Oil Burst 
    Cardelus, Maggie (2019)
    Oil Burst is a photo painting from Maggie Cardelus's most recent body of work called Split Sun, which revisits American landscape photography using crude oil as a painting medium in order to create evocative works that ...
  • Oil Storm 
    Cardelus, Maggie (2019)
    Oil Storm is part of a larger body of work by Maggie Cardelus called Split Sun. It consists of 16 photo paintings. Split Sun revisits American landscape photography using crude oil as a painting medium in order to create ...