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    • Teacher Crisis: A Qualitative Analysis of Strategic Interventions Utilized by Educators to Avoid Burnout 

      Mugerwa, David N.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 2018)
      This qualitative study examined the strategies that were utilized by teachers to avoid burnout in the classroom. The researcher interviewed 15 secondary public school teachers with at least two years of experience as a ...
    • Teaching Home Living to Boys in Secondary Schools 

      Kuckelman, M. Virginia O.S.B.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1948)
      Rebuilding of society along Christian principles presupposes and demands that boys as well as girls participate intelligently in all the aspects of personal and home-life activities. Education for family living is as ...
    • A Technique for the Study of the Survival of Transfused Blood in Hospital Patients 

      Byrne, John Patrick
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1960)
      Whole blood transfusion is among the most important items in the modern physician's therapeutic armamentarium. Its value in shock, exsanguinating hemmorrhage, and the preparation of patients for surgery is obvious; but its ...
    • The Technique of Oral Choirs in Secondary Schools as a Classroom Medium for Teaching an Appreciation of Poetry 

      Woolfe, M. Sylvania O.S.B.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1950)
      Many students, especially boys, often express a definite dislike and, at times, an aversion to poetry when the poems are long. At the same time they show great lack of appreciation for the inspiring, engaging and the ...
    • Technology, Education and Copyright Harmonization Act Best Practices 

      Shaver, Marc S.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 2017)
      Educational institutions continually work to balance between providing students with access to data and protecting copyright owner’s exclusive rights. The Copyright Act of 1976, effective in 1978, provided exemptions for ...
    • Tennyson's Historical Dramas 

      Mattingly, Mary Anna
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1931)
      It was not until 1875, after Tennyson had attained fame as a lyric poet, that he began to publish dramas. In the Memoir by his son1 is found the statement that he wrote dramas as a boy of fourteen. Considerable Interest ...
    • Text, Translation, and Commentary on the Acts of SS. Dativus, Saturninus the Priest, and Their Companions 

      Fink, M. Laurita S.C.L.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1968)
      The persecution begun by Diocletian and Galerius which lasted from 303 to 312 is known as the "Great Persecution.” During recent decades it has been the object of much research, but it still presents many problems, some ...
    • TGF-β1-induced Chloride Channel Activity and Migration of Human Eosinophils 

      Moore, Benjamin
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 2009)
      Asthma is a chronic disease of the airways characterized by airway hyperresponsiveness, airway inflammation, and airway remodeling. Eosinophils migrate to the airways and play a significant role in the pathogenesis of ...
    • TH17 Cells and Suppressor of Cytokine Signaling in House Dust Mite Model of Asthma: Effect of by FLT-3 Ligand 

      Stallworth, Arthur L.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 2009)
      Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the airways. In this disease an allergic reaction occurs that shifts T-helper (Th) cells towards a Th2 subtype response to innocuous antigen characterized by a predominant ...
    • The Theme of Search in May Swenson's Poetry 

      Davenport, Mary Aaron O.S.B.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1969)
      May Swenson, a Utah native and a New York City resident, is a relatively unknown contemporary American poet who is beginning to gain momentum in literary circles. Her poetry can best be described as gay and sober, enlightening ...
    • Theodore Roosevelt and Wilhelm II: Personal Relationships 

      Fleischman, Joseph P.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1965)
      A student would hardly have to read Macchiavelli's The Prince in order to be convinced that national self-interest has been the prime consideration in the formulation of a nation's foreign policy. This all-important factor ...
    • Theodoret and the Greek Pagan Writers 

      Vossman, Edwin A.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1932)
      The object of this thesis, entitled "Theodoret and the Greek Pagan Writers," has been to determine how much Theodoret, a Christian writer of the fourth and fifth centuries, knew about the Greek pagan writers in so far as ...
    • The Theology of George Eliot 

      Robertson, Norma Forbes
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1941)
      Christian theology has always paralleled great intellectual movements and leading developments of Literature. The close mental relations of Christian doctrine with Platonism and Neo-Platonism, Greek and Roman classic ...
    • Theotokos and Other Stories About Love 

      Bouzis, Rachel
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 2013)
      “Theotokos” and Other Stories About Love is a collection of short fiction. The first and titular story of the collection, “Theotokos,” describes an elderly Greek woman’s journey to convince any one of her five busy children ...
    • Thermal Coefficients and their Relation to the Onsacer Coefficients 

      Chen, Chunote W.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1976)
      Nonequilibrium thermodynamics is a phenomenological theory of matter, which describes the behavior of a system due to differences within the system or between the system and its surroundings. These differences give rise ...
    • Thermal coefficients and their relation to the Onsager coefficients 

      Chen, Chungte W.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1976)
      Nonequilibrium thermodynamics is a phenomenological theory of matter, which describes the behavior of a system due to differences within the system or between the system and its surroundings. These differences give rise ...
    • They Inadvertently Forgot the Midwives: Autoethnography of a Midwife in the Early 21st Century 

      McFarland, Ann Kristienne
      (Laura Heinemann: Omaha, Nebraska, 2017)
      The anthropological research on midwifery is extensive. It often, though, presents a view of the midwife struggling to maintain her commitment to childbirth without routine medical intervention in the face of a persistent ...
    • Thomas Hardy's Concept of Woman as One of the Destructive Forces of the Universe 

      Friis, Kirsten
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1969)
      "To write criticism about Hardy is to encounter uncertainties, embarrassments, challenges and revisions as opposed to criticism of Jane Austen, George Eliot, and Joseph Conrad whose positions have been established." The ...
    • Thou Shall Not Suffer a Witch to Live: A History of Witchcraft in Scotland During the Reigns of James VI and Charles I, 1563-1649 

      Maciejewski, Cynthia Helen
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1973)
      Since the beginning of time, man has believed in forces possessing far greater powers than he, forces which could control his life either for his benefit or for his destruction. These forces soon took on names but were ...
    • Three Comic Characters of Washington Irving: His Distinct Contribution to World Literature 

      Neville, Elizabeth C.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1948)
      (First paragraph) The writings of Washington Irving enrich world literature with a laughter that is both subtle and gay. His works afford a perennial source of good wholesome humor for every reader from youth to old age. ...