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Cooper has studied metal artifacts from Roman-Byzantine period sites in the Near East and historic Russian sites in Alaska, but his recent research has focused on the use of copper by the Native people of Alaska, the Yukon Territory, and greater northwestern North America.
Furthermore, Adam has an interest in examining how technology can be utilized to enhance the delivery of health education content in a classroom setting.
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Kisselburgh said they were so nervous about the prospect that they took orders at a Wednesday night Bible study before buying the doughnuts Sunday morning. Kory Cooper is an archaeologist in the Department of Anthropology.
The book argues that many medieval writers, including Chaucer, were attentive to ways in which relics, and the highly politicized space at saints' shrines, often functioned as tools for articulating hierarchical social, political, and human relationships.
Originally from Kitchener, Ontario, Professor Malo completed her graduate work at the University of Toronto and The Ohio State University, and she is pleased to be joining a public research university with such a dynamic and rigorous community of scholars.
Bryant's research includes investigations in ensemble improvisation; she is interested in ensemble interaction as a training method, a performance practice and a model of collective action and consensus-building. Accuracy and Stability of Peer and Self-Report.Lauren Daigle - Trust In You (Live)
College of Liberal Arts. Her research interests are motor and cognitive development. After serving as a clinical supervising audiologist since July of 2005, Dr. Using a multidisciplinary system approach, Haslyn seeks to bridge the gap between the social and biological sciences by understanding health as a result of complex and dynamic interactions between physiological, behavioral, psychological, and sociodemographic factors. Craig Harrison told his congregation to go forth and multiply last month, but it's not what you might think.
Her work is materials based, but includes any medium or dimension that will lend itself to her interest in our attachment to religion, judgment and the constant sacrifice of our children to war.
Matthias Steup earned his MA in philosophy from J. College Resources. Harrison issued the challenge as a way of teaching the Parable of the Talents Matt.
She is also currently developing an ethnography of cyborgian identity. Harrison had read about a Georgia congregation that raised money for a new church building in a similar way. Lorraine's research interests include the social implications of emerging technologies; privacy and digital identity; social networking; and the intersections of technology, organizations, and difference.