Current theses and dissertations from Rowan University graduate programs are submitted electronically to Rowan University's Office of Graduate Research Services and are usually available in this repository within a few weeks of submission. Theses and dissertations submitted between 2010 and 2015 have been migrated from the library’s previous digital repository and are available here.

As of 9/29/16, theses and dissertations produced between 1996 and 2010 have been scanned and uploaded. If you are the author of a Rowan University (or Glassboro State College) thesis or dissertation produced before 2010, and you do not want your document to be publicly available in Rowan Digital Works, you must complete and submit this form to request its removal from the repository.

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Theses/Dissertations from 1997

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The effect of a word processing program on secondary students with mild learning disabilities in essay composition as compared with essays produced using paper and pencil, Donna J. Ewing

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Comparison of academic success between students who live in single parent households and students who live in two-parent households, Susan A. Ficco

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A survey of the 1997 Whitesbog Preservation Trust membership to determine motivational factors that successfully encouraged members to join or renew membership in Whitesbog Preservation Trust, Patricia L. Frasier

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African American children's literature: past and present, Annie L. Freeman

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A study of selected Hebrew high schools in Cherry Hill, New Jersey to determine how they confront the problem of assimilation in the American Jewish community, Linda Friedman

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The enhancement of verbalization skills of teenagers with moderate mental retardation through augmentative communication intervention, Marydee Gaidis

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A study of the perceptions of both parents and teachers on whether pharmacological interventions along with behavior modification work in controlling behavior in students with ADD, Carol L. Gallucci

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A survey of attitudes toward the proposed New Jersey Special Education Administrative Code revisions, Michael W. Gasky

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Teaching strategies and methodologies utilized in inclusion education classrooms, Christine Gentile

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A study of the viability of African American adoption recruitment videotapes as a promotional tool for the One Church, One Child of Pennsylvania, Incorporated recruitment campaign, Renee B. Gettys

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An annotated bibliography for the Jewish Holocaust Curriculum for Aura School, Elk Township, N.J., Eileen May Goodman

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A historical study of payola: advertising and public relations or bribery, Christina Guadagno

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Effectiveness of conflict resolution programs in the schools: a study of students’ coping skills before and after participation in a conflict resolution/peer mediation program, Tammy Hobbs

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Information technology inservice workshops for the teachers of the Cooper B. Hatch Middle School, Camden, New Jersey, Frank J. Indriso

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Company logos' contribution to corporate image, Jeanette L. Iversen

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Hydrocatalysis: a new energy paradigm for the 21st century, Peter Mark Jansson

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The relationship between career maturity and locus of control in college students, Maryann Kimchick

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A comparison of two pre-referral intervention committees, Tammy L. Kouser

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An evaluation of the efficacy of a social skills training program with young multiply handicapped students, Michele L. Kratz

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A study to integrate the history of mathematics into the geometry curriculum, Karen M. Laszecki

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The impact of interscholastic activity program participation on self-concept, Melanie L. Lawrence

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How does phonemic awareness affect reading ability with at-risk students on the primary level, Denise D. Layne

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A comparison of burnout levels between special educators and regular educators, Andrea Liddle

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The effects of print advertising campaigns on consumers' attitudes towards physician primary care practices affiliated with Jefferson Health System, Maryann LoBianco

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An investigation of the technology-related courses and experiences in five university undergraduate teacher education programs, Julie R. Mandes