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    • JFK: The Dynamics Of Montana, 1958-1963 

      Laythe, Joseph (1987-04-01)
      I began this project in the Fall of 1986 as an assignment for a class--Research Seminar in History. As I searched for a topic I realized that there were many definitive accounts on John Kennedy--ranging from his political ...
    • John Dennis Ryan, Copper King 

      Dennehy, Edward (1950-04-01)
      This dissertation, JOHN DENNIS RYAN, COPPER KINGS, was written under the direction of the Reverend J. W. McCormick, Ph.D., head of the Department of History of Carroll College. I here attempted in the following chapters ...
    • John E. Rickards: Montana's Second Governor, A Republican In A Time Of Crisis 

      Wanken, Helen (1970-04-01)
      John E. Rickards was born and raised in Delaware City, Delaware. At the age of nineteen he left his hometown to find employment in Philadelphia in a mercantile establishment. By 1870 John Rickards felt the stirring of a ...
    • Justice Procedures Implemented On The Blackfeet Reservation And Blood Reserve In Regards To Domestic Violence 

      Carter, Sapphire (2016-04-01)
      Indigenous women disproportionately suffer from domestic violence more than any other race, in both Canada and the United States. Tribes residing in Canada and the United States are under differing legal systems. Due to ...
    • Justin Martyr And The Logos: A Study Of The Greek And Jewish Influences On The Church Father's Christology 

      Greiner, Katherine (2005-04-01)
      Justin Martyr’s works serve as theological examples of what needs to be engaged and interpreted. Through exploration of his influences and his works, we can come to understand his worldview and how he developed his theological ...
    • Kangaroo Care: The Low-Tech Phenomenon Saving Mothers and Babies Alike 

      Proue, Caroline (2007-04-01)
      Approximately 15.2% of all births in the United States end in low birth weight infants (less than 2,500 grams) resulting from prematurity (UVa Health.com, 2006). Nearly all of these babies will be sent to a Neonatal Intensive ...
    • Keats: A Tribute To Beauty 

      Moran, Kathleen (1965-04-01)
      'If I should die,' said I to itself, ‘I have left no immortal work behind me— nothing to make my friends proud of my memory— but I have lov’d the principle of beauty in all things, and if I had had time I would have made ...
    • Keynote: Copper, the Capital, and Carroll 

      Edgerton, Keith (2019-04-24)
      Carroll College was founded during the early, formative period of Montana’s colorful late 19th and early 20th century history. It was an age when copper mining in Butte influenced nearly all facets of political, social, ...
    • Keynote: Keck Observatory Laser Show: Technology that’s Improving our Vision of the Universe 

      Kassis, Marc (2019-04-25)
      The W. M. Keck Observatory uses two adaptive optics systems equipped with laser guide star technology to take the “twinkle” out of star light. The adaptive optics technology sharpens images taken with the two twin 10 meter ...
    • A Kick of Productivity for Teams: Determining Effective Teamwork 

      Bressler, Kristen; Ishibashi, Reina; Mancini, Ethan (2020-04-24)
      Teamwork is greatly valued in our society where human interactions are expected. How well one can work with others can determine the success of not only the individual but also the team. Successful teams have a conglomerate ...
    • Kidney Stones and the Zip10 Transporter: An Analysis of Calcium Oxalate Stone Formation Using Frog and Fruit Fly Models 

      Williams, Paige (2014-04-01)
      Kidney stones are a health ailment (~1% population occurrence), yet the mechanism and initiation of stone formation remains incompletely explained. Calcium oxalate (CaOx) stones seem to initially form on sites called ...
    • Kierkegaard's Dialectic Of Being And Becoming A Self 

      Glueckert, Dennis (1973-04-01)
      In the late Eighteenth and early Nineteenth centuries, philosophic thought was dominated by the movement of Idealism in Germany. It is important to have a basic understanding of this movement, because it is the soil from ...
    • Kin Recognition in Tadpoles of Rana luteiventris reared in different densities 

      Barber, Douglas (2000-04-01)
      After rearing Rana luteiventris tadpoles at high (80-100/L) and low (2/L) densities, I tested tadpoles for kin discriminatory behavior in a standardized choice tank. To test whether density manipulations influenced growth, ...
    • Kindergarten Literacy Program 

      Brustkern, Mattie; Pollard, Emily (2021)
      What does the best Literacy program look like for a Kindergarten classroom? The University of Arkansas at Little Rock produced a peer-reviewed comprehensive literacy model framework entitled “The Partnerships in Comprehensive ...
    • Kinetics Studies of the Chromium (II) H2esp Dimer 

      Randall, Marcellus (2018-04-20)
      This poster focuses on the kinetics of oxidation reactions involving the chromium (II) ?,?,??,??- Tetramethyl-1,3-benzenedipropionic acid dimer, Cr2(H2esp )2. After synthesizing the dimer and verifying its structure with ...
    • Kinetics Study of Solid-State Oxidation and Reduction 

      Wendt, Lindsay; Holm, Carl (2020-04-24)
      Solvent waste is a leading factor in the financial and environmental costs of synthetic chemistry. Solid state reactions are of interest to the greater scientific community because they have the potential to significantly ...
    • "Knowing Me, Knowing You" Self-Disclosure: Gender Gap Analysis 

      Santine, Rachel (1992-04-01)
      Self-disclosure, the unique sharing of information about oneself which would not otherwise be known, is examined in the following discussion. While knowledge of same-sex and mixed-sex disclosures are valuable, this research ...
    • Knowing Oneself Through God: Psychoanalyzing the Conversion of St. Augustine 

      Hague, Connor (2019-04-25)
      In many ways, St. Augustine’s "Confessions" resembles the stories of the patients Freud describes in his "Five Lectures of Psychoanalysis." Does Augustine’s religious conversion reinforce the benefits of Freud’s theory of ...
    • Knowledge Assessment of Anorexia Nervosa in Undergraduate Students 

      Becker, Rachel (2012-04-01)
      In the United States alone there are approximately ten million females and as many as one million males who are living with an eating disorder (National Eating Disorders Association, 2005). A 2007 study reported that 2.2% ...
    • Kokanee Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) Population Survey at the Helena Valley Reservoir 

      O’Neill, Daniel; Moen, Donald (1977-04-01)
      Using six surface gill nets, on October 17, 1975, a sample of Kokanee (On corhyn ohus nerka) were taken from the Helena Valley Reservoir, near Helena, Montana. The age and growth characteristics of these fish were studied ...