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  • GREMLIN CONUS2 Dataset 

    Author(s):Hilburn, Kyle
    Date:2022
    Format:NetCDF; PDF
    The objective of this research is to develop techniques for assimilating GOES-R series observations in precipitating scenes for the purpose of improving short-term convective-scale forecasts of high-impact weather hazards. ...
  • Genes, genesis and God: Holmes Rolston III: Richard J. Burke lecture in philosophy, religion and society 

    Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
    Date Issued:2006-03-13
    Format:born digital; motion pictures (visual works); digital moving image formats
    Holmes Rolston delivers the inaugurating Richard J. Burke Lecture in Philosophy, Religion and Society at Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan on March 13, 2006. Professor Rolston discusses the debate about order and ...
  • Behind the curtain of scholarly publishing: editors in writing studies 

    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; books
    Provides new and seasoned scholars with behind-the-scenes explorations and expositions of the histories of scholarly editing and the role of the scholarly editor from the perspectives of current and former editors from ...
  • Making progress: programmatic and administrative approaches for multimodal curricular transformation 

    Author(s):Bearden, Logan
    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; books
    An empirical investigation into the strategies and processes first-year composition programs can use to center multimodal work in their curricula. Presenting a series of flexible strategies, evolving considerations, and ...
  • Bodies of knowledge: embodied rhetorics in theory and practice 

    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; books
    Challenges the homogenizing (mis)understandings of knowledge construction and provides a complex discussion of what happens when we do not attend to embodied rhetorical theories. Language is always a reflection of culture, ...

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