Recent Submissions

  • Traumatic Brain Injury in the Military 

    Contributor:Peterson, Brian
    Although it is agreed that Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is not a newly discovered injury in either military or civilian medical science, the frequency of incidents during the past 7 1/2 years of combat operations in ...
  • Why Go Metric? 

    Contributor:Driver, Beau
    The purpose of this paper is to present the major arguments for and against the implementation of the International System of Units in the United States of America. As well as synthesize a recommendation based on the ...
  • Rethinking the Policy on Humanitarian Aid 

    Contributor:Bristol , Josie
    For developed nations the solution to the ongoing conflict in Darfur, Sudan has been humanitarian aid in the form of money, supplies, and people. This solution has been problematic as it has not addressed the underlying ...
  • Create an End and New Beginning For GMOs 

    Contributor:Horton, Rebecka
    The advent of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) possesses a potential benefit to human agriculture as well as potential negatives. The unnatural modification of plant genetics creates both practical and moral unease ...
  • Price of Sudanese Politics: Violence and Khartoum's Economic Agenda, The 

    Contributor:Young, Tanner
    This paper analyzes possible causes of violence in Darfur, acknowledging both economic and racial factors as relevant candidates. It examines the relationships and interconnections of both viable causes and offers an ...
  • Proposal to Hone Client-Centered Treatment at Pikes Peak Mental Health, A 

    Contributor:Sprague, Lillian M.
    Designed as a proposal for Pikes Peak Mental Health (PPMH), this paper examines the institutional benefits of adopting the Coolidge Axis II Inventory (CATI) and the Coolidge Personality and Neuropsychological Inventory for ...
  • Aid Worth of a Human Being According to Geography, The 

    Contributor:Myers, Jonatho
    The author focuses on the effects of the media towards the conflict in Sudan. The lack of media attention towards the genocide in Darfur, not to mention the abundance of mistakes within the erratic coverage, is performing ...
  • Blended Learning and UCCS Launching UCCS into the 21st Century through Technology-Based Education 

    Contributor:Andre, Jennifer
    Due to budget constraints and student growth, educators are looking for innovative ways to deliver quality higher education. In the last few years, blended learning has emerged not only as a cost-effective educational ...