MARS: Recent submissions

  • Lipack, Jeffrey
    Everything I Tell Myself is a collection of a stories made in an attempt to explore the truth, and how it exists in the lives of everyday people. It aims to search for the ways in which people come to decide their own ...
  • Radovich, Bradley Matthew
    Allison Rhodes, an author in the downhill side of her publishing career, summons her ex-husband Lindley, a skilled but unsuccessful writer, to help her excavate and write her family history as a biographical work. The ...
  • Yassa, Jacklin
    The leukotriene A4 hydrolase (LTA4H) protein is a zinc-containing bifunctional enzyme with epoxide hydrolase (EH) activity and aminopeptidase (AP) activity. LTA4H has long been regarded as an anti-inflammatory target ...
  • Art, Andrew
    “Sorry Ecology” is a collection of poems in which I explore the relationship between desire and loss through ecological, domestic, communal, and spiritual routes. I have rendered the poems through a lyric “I,” an “I” ...
  • Gonzales, Patricia
    Familial disputes or bicultural identities as a point of conflict for its characters will be a unifying theme of this collection of short stories, flash fiction, micro fiction and vignettes. Many of the stories can be ...
  • Greenburg, Jordan E
    Grade retention is a commonly used intervention for children who struggle in school. However, empirical research does not unequivocally support its efficacy. Some studies suggest that both the timing (e.g., early vs. late) ...
  • Laing, Sarah N
    This thesis explores intimacy and relationships over the course of three sections. The first section is focused primarily on sound and image and looks at connections between the speaker and many different iterations of the ...
  • Nelson, Margot D
    This thesis describes an early odontocete, here named Perditicetus yaconensis, gen. et. sp. nov., from the latest Oligocene-earliest Miocene Nye Formation in Oregon. I assign it to the Platanistoidea, a large superfamily ...
  • Orabona, Michelle
    This thesis is a novel exploring what happens to Shannon, and her relationship with her longtime partner, Eric, when they decide to change from monogamy to a non-monogamous relationship. We see Shannon’s character development ...
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    Knight, Brittney Lea
    This thesis is a memoir about family, birds and the act of birdwatching, motherhood and the ever changing struggles of anxiety. It outlines the story of teenagers having the narrator and the impacts that birth has on the ...
  • Singh, Siddharath
    Two series of triaxial compression tests were performed on vertical and horizontal specimens of sand to simulate the cross-anisotropic behavior of soil layers deposited by vertical gravitation in the field. Specimens with ...
  • Walke, Emani N
    Transnational feminist epistemologies seek to connect the lived experiences of women across nations. With the ongoing imperialistic nation-state building of the West, transnational feminist theorists currently center an ...
  • Woodruff, Susan B
    This thesis entitled “this dream, this house” is a collection of poetry written over the course of the six-year journey to complete this degree. A reflection of the reluctantly domestic, these poems comment on the ordinary ...
  • Stroup, David
    This thesis is a memoir about family, marriage, and divorce. It chronicles a journey that began just after my twenty-first birthday, when I married a woman I had only known for a few months. Over the following years I ...
  • Kubehl, Kayla
    This study explores the association between periodontal disease and periostosis in a sample of 874 individuals of known age at death originating from the Terry Collection, National Museum of Natural History. Because previous ...
  • Ii, Alexandra
    Francisella tularensis is the causative agent of tularemia and is considered a Category A, Tier 1 biological threat agent. We and others have shown that Francisella tularensis forms biofilms in vitro , and we have ...
  • Neely, Caroline L.C.; Lippi, Stephen L.P.; Lanzirotti, Antonio; Flinn, Jane M. (Brain Sciences, 2019)
    Biometals in the brain, such as zinc, copper, and iron, are often discussed in cases of neurological disorders; however, these metals also have important regulatory functions and mediate cell signaling and plasticity. ...
  • Lin, Mingkuan; Griessenauer, Christoph J.; Starke, Robert M.; Tubbs, R. Shane; Shoja, Mohammadali M.; Foreman, Paul M.; Vyas, Nilesh A.; Walters, Beverly C.; Harrigan, Mark R.; Hendrix, Philipp; Fisher, Winfield S.; Pittet, Jean-Francois; Mathru, Mali; Lipsky, Robert H. (Molecular Genetics & Genomic Medicine, 2019)
    Background: Aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (aSAH) has high fatality and permanent disability rates due to the severe damage to brain cells and inflammation. The SERPINE1 gene that encodes PAI‐1 for the regulation ...
  • Adebola, Tunde M; de Mutsert, Kim (Marine and Coastal Fisheries, 2019)
    In Nigerian coastal waters (NCW), fishing has increased steadily over the last seven decades. Artisanal fisheries cover the entire 850‐km length of the coast, where over 1 million fishermen exploit estuarine and oceanic ...
  • Perera, Kevin (2019)
    A leaky integrate and fire (LIF) model is a basic mathematical model designed to simulate a neuron. The simplicity and relative ease with which network architectures can be constructed using patterns of LIF neurons make ...

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