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  • Inclusion or Exclusion? Varieties of Americanization in the Early 20th Century 

    Blankenship, Anne (2021-10-20)
    At the turn of the twentieth century, millions of southern Italians and Eastern Europeans entered the United States. Their presence alarmed most Americans, not least their Catholic and Jewish co-religionists. By the late ...
  • Health Insurance in Rural America: A Partial Equilibrium Analysis 

    Nganje, William (2020-11-19)
    The cost of rural health continues to be high in the United States despite an overall improvement in national health insurance enrolment. Stakeholder’s perception of adverse selection remains a culprit in the challenges ...
  • Life and Politics on the US-Mexico Border 

    Wing, Heath (2020-02-25)
    Although national borders elicit geopolitical notions, in the 21st century borders are about people—their movements and migrations. In today’s terms, borders mark the point where politics and life converge, and are, ...
  • Historical Sex Work: New Contributions from History and Archaeology 

    Smith, Angela J; Fellows, Kristen R (2021-03-04)
    Vice districts, saloons, and prostitution are things of HBO series set in the West. And yet, the actual people who inhabited these roles and places had real effects on their communities. Melvina Massey, an African American ...
  • Micromobility Station Placement Optimization for a Rural Setting 

    Askarzadeh, Taraneh; Bridgelall, Raj (2021)
    Micromobility is an evolving form of transportation modality that uses small human- or electric-powered vehicles to move people short distances. Planners expected that bike sharing, the first form of micromobility, would ...
  • Bus Shelter Design Competition for Third Year Architecture Studio Students 

    Unknown author (Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, 2003)
    Shannon McDonald's Third Year Architecture Studio students were asked to design a state-of-the-art or "cool" bus shelter that could be stationed by the Dome or by University Village. On December 12, 2003, design entries ...
  • Bus Shelter Design Competition Entry from Erica Wachter 

    Wachter, Erica (Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, 2003)
    Shannon McDonald's Third Year Architecture Studio students were asked to design a state-of-the-art or "cool" bus shelter that could be stationed by the Dome or by University Village. On December 12, 2003, design entries ...
  • Bus Shelter Design Competition Entry from Tia Thomas 

    Tia, Thomas (Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, 2003)
    Shannon McDonald's Third Year Architecture Studio students were asked to design a state-of-the-art or "cool" bus shelter that could be stationed by the Dome or by University Village. On December 12, 2003, design entries ...
  • Bus Shelter Design Competition Entry from Jason Picka 

    Picka, Jason (Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, 2003)
    Shannon McDonald's Third Year Architecture Studio students were asked to design a state-of-the-art or "cool" bus shelter that could be stationed by the Dome or by University Village. On December 12, 2003, design entries ...
  • Bus Shelter Design Competition Entry from Chryso Onisiforou 

    Onisiforou, Chryso (Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, 2003)
    Shannon McDonald's Third Year Architecture Studio students were asked to design a state-of-the-art or "cool" bus shelter that could be stationed by the Dome or by University Village. On December 12, 2003, design entries ...
  • Bus Shelter Design Competition Entry from Michael Keim 

    Keim, Michael (Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, 2003)
    Shannon McDonald's Third Year Architecture Studio students were asked to design a state-of-the-art or "cool" bus shelter that could be stationed by the Dome or by University Village. On December 12, 2003, design entries ...
  • Bus Shelter Design Competition Entry from Jessica Johnson 

    Johnson, Jessica (Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, 2003)
    Shannon McDonald's Third Year Architecture Studio students were asked to design a state-of-the-art or "cool" bus shelter that could be stationed by the Dome or by University Village. On December 12, 2003, design entries ...
  • Bus Shelter Design Competition Entry from Matthew Heirigs 

    Heirigs, Matthew (Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, 2003)
    Shannon McDonald's Third Year Architecture Studio students were asked to design a state-of-the-art or "cool" bus shelter that could be stationed by the Dome or by University Village. On December 12, 2003, design entries ...
  • Bus Shelter Design Competition Entry from Justin Hayes 

    Hayes, Justin (Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, 2003)
    Shannon McDonald's Third Year Architecture Studio students were asked to design a state-of-the-art or "cool" bus shelter that could be stationed by the Dome or by University Village. On December 12, 2003, design entries ...
  • Bus Shelter Design Competition Entry from Joshua Caroon and Kurt Krumweide 

    Caroon, Joshua; Krumweidi, Kurt (Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, 2003)
    Shannon McDonald's Third Year Architecture Studio students were asked to design a state-of-the-art or "cool" bus shelter that could be stationed by the Dome or by University Village. On December 12, 2003, design entries ...
  • Bus Shelter Design Competition Entry from Nicholas Bruhn 

    Bruhn, Nicholas (Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, 2003)
    Shannon McDonald's Third Year Architecture Studio students were asked to design a state-of-the-art or "cool" bus shelter that could be stationed by the Dome or by University Village. On December 12, 2003, design entries ...
  • Bus Shelter Design Competition Entry from Sarah Bremer 

    Bremer, Sarah (Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, 2003)
    Shannon McDonald's Third Year Architecture Studio students were asked to design a state-of-the-art or "cool" bus shelter that could be stationed by the Dome or by University Village. On December 12, 2003, design entries ...
  • Bus Shelter Design Competition Entry from Katie Evans (3rd place) 

    Evans, Katie (Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, 2003)
    Shannon McDonald's Third Year Architecture Studio students were asked to design a state-of-the-art or "cool" bus shelter that could be stationed by the Dome or by University Village. On December 12, 2003, design entries ...
  • Bus Shelter Design Competition Entry from Daniel McGinnis (2nd place) 

    McGinnis, Daniel (Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, 2003)
    Shannon McDonald's Third Year Architecture Studio students were asked to design a state-of-the-art or "cool" bus shelter that could be stationed by the Dome or by University Village. On December 12, 2003, design entries ...
  • Bus Shelter Design Competition Entry from Jennifer Burke and Mark Schlanser (1st place) 

    Burke, Jennifer; Schlanser, Mark (Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, 2003)
    Shannon McDonald's Third Year Architecture Studio students were asked to design a state-of-the-art or "cool" bus shelter that could be stationed by the Dome or by University Village. On December 12, 2003, design entries ...

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