Recent Submissions

  • EUCLIDEAN SPHERES PACKING TRANSFORMATION ON VOLUME DATA USING SLICER3D 

    Contributor:Alhazmi, Anod Hassan;
    Date Submitted:2019-12
    The rapidly growing usage of imaging technologies in medical research and applications increase the demand for automatic volume’s shape analysis algorithms. Considering 3D volumes that are arbitrary positioned and oriented ...
  • SISTERS ARE DOIN’ IT FOR THEMSELVES”: EXPERIENCES OF WOMEN VETERANS TRANSITIONING TO BECOMING COLLEGE STUDENTS 

    Contributor:B., R.;
    Date Submitted:2019-12
    As both the number of women in the military and number of student veterans increase, college campuses must be prepared to serve both men and women student veterans. Student veterans differ from other student populations ...
  • Exceptional Recruiting: Identity Intersections' Impact on Decision Making for Young Black Women Athletes During the NCAA Recruiting Process 

    Contributor:Houston, Beau Manierre Walker;
    Date Submitted:2019-12
    This qualitative critical phenomenological study describes the lived experiences of Black collegiate women student-athletes attending predominantly White institutions. Interviews and written narratives of ten Black woman ...
  • LEVERAGING SPARK PERFORMANCE WITH BOTTLENECK-AWARE TUNING, CACHING AND SCHEDULING 

    Contributor:Barreto Goes Perez, Tiago;
    Date Submitted:2019-12
    Driven by the rapid increase in the scale of data to be processed, massive clusters with data analytic frameworks such as Spark, operate around the clock to reduce operational cost, achieve higher resource utilization and ...
  • Beth-El Hospital Kitchen (colored slide) (cracked slide) 

    Contributor:Made by Committee on Conservation and Advance, 740 Rush St., Chicago, Ills.; Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
    Date:1922-1926
    A man and a woman stand in a kitchen, each working on different food items. Two large windows let in light and a large stove and boilers can be seen.
  • Beth-El Student Nurses on Front Steps (colored slide) 

    Contributor:Made by Committee on Conservation and Advance, 740 Rush St., Chicago, Ills.; Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
    Date:1922-1926
    28 nurses (five nurses and 23 student nurses) stand on the front steps of the west wing of Beth-El Hospital.
  • Beth-El Hospital, Nurse in Patient Room (colored slide) 

    Contributor:Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
    Date:1922-1926
    A nurse stands in an empty patients room, nearly identical to the one featured in slide 39.
  • Beth-El Hospital, Serving Room (colored slide) 

    Contributor:Made by Committee on Conservation and Advance, 740 Rush St., Chicago, Ills.; Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
    Date:1922-1926
    A nurse and two student nurses stand at an array of four tables and four sinks. The room appears to be well-lit with three large windows.
  • Beth-El Hospital, Serving Room 

    Contributor:Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
    Date:1922-1926
    A nurse and two student nurses stand at an array of four tables and four sinks. The room appears to be well-lit with three large windows.
  • Patients Room (colored slide) 

    Contributor:Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
    Date:1922-1926
    An empty patients room features a bed, bed side table, two chairs, a large window, and a cupboard holding a mirror.
  • Beth-El Hospital Women's Ward (colored slide) 

    Contributor:Made by Committee on Conservation and Advance, 740 Rush St., Chicago, Ills.; Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
    Date:1922-1926
    A nurse stands over a patient lying in a bed. There are three beds, two windows, and a few chairs and bed tables in this room.
  • Beth-El Hospital and Nurses Home (cracked slide) 

    Contributor:Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
    Date:1922-1926
    Veiw of the entire south facing side of Beth-El General Hospital and Training School. Similar image to slide 23, but there are fewer powerlines over the building and the porches on the east wing to not have windows.
  • Beth-El Hospital Kitchen (colored slide) 

    Contributor:Made by Committee on Conservation and Advance, 740 Rush St., Chicago, Ills.; Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
    Date:1922-1926
    A man and a woman stand in a kitchen, each working on different food items. Two large windows let in light and a large stove and boilers can be seen.
  • Beth-El Hospital Dining Room (colored slide) 

    Contributor:Made by Committee on Conservation and Advance, 740 Rush St., Chicago, Ills.; Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
    Date:1922-1926
    Two dining tables are seen, fully set with food and silverware. No people seen in image; large windows let in light.
  • Nurses in Nursery (colored slide) 

    Contributor:Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
    Date:1922-1926
    A nurse and a nursing student stand in the nursery in their all-white uniforms. Six cribs can be seen in the image, but no infants. A table with an array of medical devices stands in the center of the room.
  • Beth-El Student Nurse holding Infant (colored slide) 

    Contributor:Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
    Date:1922-1926
    Nurse holds baby in white. Pink crib and flowers can be viewed in image background. Although this image has the same title as slide 33, the image is different.
  • Beth-El Hospital Men's Ward (cracked slide) (colored slide) 

    Contributor:Made by Committee on Conservation and Advance, 740 Rush St., Chicago, Ills.; Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
    Date:1922-1926
    Two men sit in chairs, one man sits in a bed, and two nurses stand in this image. Each man wears a purple robe. There are three large windows and fours beds seen in this room.
  • Child in bed in traction, doctor and nurse behind (colored slide) 

    Contributor:Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
    Date:1922-1926
    Doctor and nursing student stand behind bed, in which patient child lies in traction for left leg.
  • Beth-El Hospital Children's Ward (cracked slide) (colored slide) 

    Contributor:Made by Committee on Conservation and Advance, 740 Rush St., Chicago, Ills.; Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
    Date:1922-1926
    Two nursing students stand over two infants sleeping in their cribbs. There are large windows letting in light as well as an additional vacant crib and two vacant beds.
  • Beth-El Student Nurse holding Infant (colored slide) 

    Contributor:Made by Committee on Conservation and Advance, 740 Rush St., Chicago, Ills.; Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
    Date:1922-1926
    Nursing student holds baby with white head band around head. Although this image has the same title as slide 34, the image is different.

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