Brookens Library Undergraduate Research Award Winners
Undergraduate research, scholarly and creative activities are foundational components of a complete liberal arts education. This award was created to recognize and reward UIS undergraduate students whose academic work incorporates the use of Brookens Library’s collections and services and demonstrates exceptional information literacy skills. In addition to recognition at UIS, the award includes a monetary prize.
(2017)In the American legal system, when a person commits a crime, he or she is arrested, given the right to a trial, and if he or she is convicted for that crime, he or she is punished. The purpose for implementing this type ...
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(2017)Between 130 and 150 million people globally have chronic hepatitis C. Hepatitis C is a communicable liver disease caused by the hepatitis C virus (HCV). Many infected individuals have no knowledge that they have acquired ...
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(2017)There are few studies performed on the toxicity of e-liquid components particularly without a focus on nicotine. Many studies focus on cigarette vs. e-cigarette nicotine levels especially as e-cigarettes are examined as ...
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Is the Clean Water Act Always Applicable? : What New Water Quality Standards Mean for the State of Illinois, Its Waterways, and Small Town Dischargers (2016)The Clean Water act of 1972 brought the nation together in agreeance that surface waters of this country need to be protected and safe for recreation. Although this sounds good as a concept, is it truly applicable in all ...
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Adherence to Themes in Rural Local Education Agency Reorganization Research: a Meta-analysis Review (2015)As the United States education system has developed, local education agencies (LEAs) have found the role of serving as a tool to define collective identity within rural communities. The purpose of this study is to understand ...