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Tranformative Open Data Practices: TXST Inaugural Open Datathon

Description: Video recording of the second session of the Open Access Speaker Series. This session focuses on the organizing and hosting of Texas State University's inaugural Open Datathon. The Datathon was intended to promote Open Data, engage with students and faculty, and provide an opportunity for students to create and share original research. This session was held virtually, and it was organized as part of the Open Access Symposium.
Date: June 20, 2024
Duration: 56 minutes 33 seconds
Creator: Zhou, Xuan
Partner: University of North Texas
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Toward Equity in Global Scholarly Communication: The Role of OA in Reducing Epistemic Injustices

Description: Video recording of the first session of the Open Access Speaker Series. This session presents Dr. Ford and Dr. Alemneh's research into the impact of Open Access on global scholarly communication. It was held virtually, and it was organized as part of the Open Access Symposium.
Date: May 16, 2024
Duration: 58 minutes 01 second
Creator: Alemneh, Daniel Gelaw & Ford, Angel
Partner: University of North Texas

Additive Manufacturing of Refractory Metals

Description: Keen interest in additive manufacturing (AM) of refractory metals such as tungsten has been motivated by the demand for materials capable of enduring extreme temperatures in aerospace and nuclear applications. The aims of this work were to develop alloy compositions for high-temperature applications in the space propulsion and nuclear fusion sectors, and to establish processing windows for these compositions fabricated using laser powder bed fusion additive manufacturing (LPBF-AM). Tungsten (W)… more
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Date: May 2024
Creator: Awasthi, Prithvi Dev
Partner: UNT Libraries

Adult Attachment, Culturally Coherent Coping, Familism, and Psychological Wellbeing among Latine College Students

Description: Extant psychological research has consistently demonstrated that insecure attachment is negatively associated with psychological outcomes and positively correlated with the utilization of maladaptive coping strategies. However, no empirical studies could be located that examined the indirect effect of insecure attachment on wellbeing variables via coping focused on Latine populations. This study explored the direct and indirect effects of insecure attachment on psychological wellbeing indicator… more
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Date: May 2024
Creator: Koh, Ashley
Partner: UNT Libraries
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The Agency of Water

Description: The Agency of Water is an exhibition that explores the agency of water. I perceive water as a moving, living organism. Evidence of water’s agency can be seen in carved out underground caves, natural levees created by sediment depositions, and wind-driven flow. Through the lens of Post-Humanism and a decentered Anthropocene, I intend to explore the interconnected relationships between water, wind, and soil. Recognizing the agential capacities of these elements as a collaborator in my work decent… more
Date: May 2024
Creator: Mudd, Allison
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
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An Analysis of Legal Liability of Florida Public Educators and School Systems for Negligent Supervision of Students

Description: The doctrine of sovereign immunity in Florida has evolved over time as the common law and statutory environment within the state has changed. Public schools and public-school employees enjoy some level of immunity protection under both common law and statutory law. Nonetheless, Florida law creates a duty to provide a safe environment for students and creates potential liability in certain circumstances when a public school or public school employee fails to do so. In this dissertation, I analyz… more
Date: May 2024
Creator: Robinson, Deron Thomas
Partner: UNT Libraries
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Analysis of the Impact Hyperglycemia has on Neuronal Functions Using Genetic Approaches in Caenorhabditis elegans

Description: A chronic hyperglycemic state often results in neuropathological complications such as peripheral diabetic neuropathy (PDN). PDN is a debilitating medical condition that impacts over half of the US population with diabetes. In this study, we used the model organism Caenorhabditis elegans to determine that glucose-supplemented diet leads to an increased rate of intrauterine egg hatching (IUEH) and the reduction of dopamine and serotonin is sufficient to suppress the glucose-induced IUEH. Moreove… more
Date: May 2024
Creator: Ruiz, Manuel Axel
Partner: UNT Libraries
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An Annotated Repertoire List for Pre-Collegiate Collaborative Pianists

Description: This paper addresses the crucial need for comprehensive guidance in repertoire selection and technical development for pre-collegiate collaborative pianists. By compiling an annotated repertoire list, this research aims to assist teachers and pianists in navigating the developmental stages of collaborative piano work. The guide focuses on establishing foundational skills and techniques necessary for effective collaboration with various instruments, emphasizing the pianist's role as a musical pa… more
Date: May 2024
Creator: Guo, Jun
Partner: UNT Libraries
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Annual Survivorship and Movement Ecology of Migrant American Kestrels (Falco sparverius) Overwintering in North Texas

Description: American Kestrels (Falco sparverius) are a small falcon with an expansive range across North America. However, kestrels have been reported to be declining since the 1960s, with the primary cause of decline unknown. With previous research focusing on the summer breeding season, researchers have called for additional investigation in understudied wintering and migratory periods. In Chapter 2, I quantified annual survivorship against five covariates of migrant kestrels wintering in north Texas to … more
Date: May 2024
Creator: Kaleta, Madeleine Grace
Partner: UNT Libraries
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Application of Spatiotemporal Data Mining to Air Quality Data

Description: This thesis explores the use of spatiotemporal data mining in the air quality domain to understand causes of PM2.5 air pollution. PM2.5 refers to fine particulate matter less than 2.5 microns in diameter and is a major threat to human and environmental health. A review of air quality modeling methods is provided, emphasizing data-driven modeling techniques. While data mining methods have been applied to air quality data, including temporal sequence mining algorithms, spatiotemporal sequence min… more
Date: May 2024
Creator: Biancardi, Michael Anthony
Partner: UNT Libraries
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Appraisal Practices in University Special Collections

Description: This exploratory and qualitative study examined the appraisal practices of archivists in university special collections, including how archivists define appraisal, decide what to keep and discard, apply a collection policy in their decision process, and contend with problematic aspects of the practice. The first part of this study examined the special collection policies of member libraries of the Association of Research Libraries in the United States. The collections' policies were analyzed us… more
Date: May 2024
Creator: Faulkner III, James Donald
Partner: UNT Libraries
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Atomic Layer Deposition of h-BN(0001) for Passivation on Germanium and Lithium Garnet Substrates and Oxygen Radical Surface Interactions

Description: Boron nitride (BN) protective coatings have found extensive use in electrochemical batteries. Atomic layer deposition (ALD) was employed to deposit a thin BN layer onto solid Li-garnet electrolytes, utilizing a halide-free precursor, tris(dimethylamino)borane, and NH3 at 723 K. This process resulted in a 3 nm BN cap that effectively prevented Li2CO3 formation, a detrimental compound within Li-based electrolytes. The BN-coated Li-garnets exhibited remarkable stability under ambient conditions, c… more
Date: May 2024
Creator: Omolere, Olatomide Bamidele
Partner: UNT Libraries

Autism Knowledge, Awareness, Misinformation and Stigma: Mixed-Methods Study

Description: This study aimed to analyze the progression of autism information over time and investigate the relationships among various factors such as autism knowledge, awareness, stigma, misinformation, cultural beliefs, and social norms. Utilizing the knowledge-attitude-behavior (KAB) model, a conceptual framework was devised to examine the connections between these variables. Employing a mixed-method approach comprising of systematic literature review and survey, the study initially examined articles s… more
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Date: May 2024
Creator: Pampapura Madali, Nayana
Partner: UNT Libraries
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becoming

Description: Artist's Statement from the MFA Exhibition: "Enshrouded ecological ubiquities unveil persistent, muted presences existing in neglected spaces as ghostly survivors of anthropogenic impositions upon land. Cobwebs and their remnants of animals hide secret conspiracies of resurrection, conjured speciations, and resilience amid destruction: a space emblematic of Anthropocenic and girlhood survival that further serves as a locus for an intimate intercross yielding a resuscitation and becoming-with an… more
Date: May 2024
Creator: arrows enoire, kate
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

"Bottoming for Dummies"

Description: This book is a guide to bottoming. There are more ways to do it than you might think. Bottoming may be read as passive and intransitive today, but for most of its nearly six hundred years as a verb, "to bottom" has been active and transitive. One goal of this guide is to activate the passive sense of bottoming by connecting it to a wider linguistic history. If the bottom so wishes, their bottoming may be as transitive as bottoming has ever been. A bottom may bottom their top, not merely for the… more
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Date: May 2024
Creator: Davis, James Phillip
Partner: UNT Libraries

Characterization and Optimization of Perception Deep Neural Networks on the Edge for Connected Autonomous Vehicles

Description: This dissertation presents novel approaches to optimizing convolutional neural network (CNN) architectures for connected autonomous vehicle (CAV) workload on edge, tailored to surmount the challenges inherent in cooperative perception under the stringent resource constraints of edge devices (an endpoint on the network, the interface between the data center and the real world). Employing a modular methodology, this research utilizes the insights from granular examination of CAV perception worklo… more
This item is restricted from view until June 1, 2026.
Date: May 2024
Creator: Tang, Sihai
Partner: UNT Libraries
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