Browse Student Research from the Ethnography of the University Initiative - Applied Health Sciences by Title

  • Lev, Danya (2008-06)
    Our hypothesis was that there is a stigma attached to those that tan on campus and that type of person can be found associated with certain types of campus organizations. More specifically tanning is thought to be influenced ...

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  • Millis, Brycie (2007-05-15)
    This project seeks to understand the history of the physical education department through a study of its faculty and staff, with a focus on material about Helga M. Deutsch.

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  • Lindley, Blake (2008)
    I find it interesting at what role the building plays on those inside of it. I want to look at and compare what is happening inside the Siebel Center and then a regular building such as Davenport Hall. I will be observing ...

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  • KIN199F08; KIN199F08 (2008)
    How does a student athlete manage their time between the athletics and schoolwork?

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  • Ashpole, Brian (2008)
    What are some myths related to race in college track? How do caucasian athletes respond to these myths? I wanted to look at these questions and have them answered by someone close to the source, a track and field ...

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    application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.documentMicrosoft Word 2007 (25Kb)
  • Hobart, Nicholas (2006-05-15)
    This study traces the developments in baseball since the late 1800s. On the basis of literature and archival research, the author argues that baseball played a vital role in the growth of athletics at the University of ...

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    application/pdfPDF (102Kb)Restricted to U of Illinois
  • Schneider, Megan; Weissenstein, Stephanie; Williams, Allison; Kenny, Elise; Freeman, Megan; Mallory, Jenna; Leavy, Lakecia; Henriksson, Lena (2006-12-15)
    This study investigates how groups function when putting together a project. The authors examine various aspects of group dynamics as they relate to their own group work. For this purpose, they conducted eight interviews ...

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  • Latarski, Adam (2008)
    Student athletes on this campus are perceived differently based on their athletic prowess. As long as the players continue to be glorified and celebrated throughout the community, the division will most likely remain. ...

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    application/mswordMicrosoft Word (31Kb)
  • Anderson, Eric (2008)
    Student athletes on this campus are perceived differently based on their athletic prowess. As long as the players continue to be glorified and celebrated throughout the community, the division will most likely remain. ...

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    application/vnd.ms-powerpointMicrosoft PowerPoint (580Kb)
  • Ivaska, James (2006-05-15)
    This project investigates the photographic representation of student athletes and references to their service in the military in the 1940s, specifically during World War II. On the basis of archival, literature, and internet ...

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    application/pdfPDF (574Kb)Restricted to U of Illinois
  • KIN199F08 (2008)
    I've reached a point in my life where I finally realized that my pitching career has most likely come to an end. However, I want to reflect on the past. I want to dig deeper into my life in the sport than just looking at ...

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  • Meyer, Andy (2006-05-15)
    This project investigates the events leading up to Roger Bannister’s record-breaking four minute mile in 1954. It focuses on the role of T.K. Cureton, founder of the kinesiology department and professor of physical education ...

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    application/pdfPDF (111Kb)Restricted to U of Illinois
  • Ziberna, Tracy (2008)
    Our hypothesis was that there is a stigma attached to those that tan on campus and that type of person can be found associated with certain types of campus organizations. More specifically tanning is thought to be influenced ...

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    application/vnd.ms-powerpointMicrosoft PowerPoint (4Mb)
  • Lindley, Keenan (2008)
    I find it interesting at what role the building plays on those inside of it. I want to look at and compare what is happening inside the Siebel Center and then a regular building such as Davenport Hall. I will be observing ...

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    application/pdfPDF (20Kb)
  • Wilson, Shannon (2008)
    For my research project, I wanted to learn more about the women’s crew team here at the University of Illinois. I attempted to find the history of the sport on campus, the present established program, and future goals that ...

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  • Hemmen, Becky (2007-05-15)
    This project examines the integration of the physical education programs in to the university. The author seeks to answer the following questions: What were the major reasons for the start of the program? What actions ...

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    application/pdfPDF (53Kb)Restricted to U of Illinois
  • Moy, Lauren (2007-05-15)
    This project examines the history and progression of the Women’s golf team at the university. The author seeks to answer how opportunities became available for these athletes, and how the women’s team has progressed since ...

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    application/pdfPDF (53Kb)Restricted to U of Illinois
  • Miyashiro, Ryan; Aguilar, John (2008)
    #1. We wanted to take an in-depth look into the Block I student section at Illini football games. John focused on the history and past of the section, while my main focus was when Block I moved and its current activities. ...

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  • Nitzsche Green, Rebecca (2008)
    Control of space, particularly at the University of Illinois, influences the movement of the human body and the resources the University provides for the student body. The current Office of Women’s Programs provides a large ...

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    application/mswordMicrosoft Word (41Kb)
  • Ham, Patricia (2008)
    Control of space, particularly at the University of Illinois, influences the movement of the human body and the resources the University provides for the student body. The current Office of Women’s Programs provides a large ...

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    application/vnd.ms-powerpointMicrosoft PowerPoint (5Mb)