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 2017

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The effectiveness of using speech-to-text technology to support writing of students with learning disabilities, Jennifer Adams

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Exploring algorithms to recognize similar board states in Arimaa, Malik Khaleeque Ahmed

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Improving the outcomes of the I & RS process for students with exceptional learning needs, Erica Alimario

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Fostering social-emotional skills: a cross-county comparison of the New Jersey Early Intervention System, Abigail Alston

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The impact of mindfulness exercises on the verbal reactive behaviors of students identified with significant behavioral and emotional difficulties, Nicole Anderson

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Synthesis and identification of an investigational essential precursor compound for the purpose of the development of a vaccine treatment against the peanut allergy, Thomas F. Anguella

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Locus of control, parents involvement and college disability accommodations, Olivia Sara Aquino

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The impact of an elementary algebra course on student success in a college-level liberal arts math course and persistence in college, Lori Ann Austin

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The impact of blogs in the classroom: a qualitative analysis of elementary students using blogs to respond to texts, Jessica Bakan

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Exploring student use of social networking services (SNS) surrounding moral development, gender, campus crime, safety, & the Clery Act: a mixed methods study, Haley Baum

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The impact of learning communities on student and faculty engagement: the case for linking College Success and basic skills English courses at "A" Community College, Mary Beth Boylan

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Data analysis and processing techniques for remaining useful life estimations, John Scott Bucknam

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Aggression and self injurious behaviors: the effects of behavior interventions in young adults with autism spectrum disorder, Tara Buck

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Effects of class-wide positive behavior supports on the academics of students with learning disabilities, Valerie Ann Budd

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The effectiveness of the flipped classroom for students with learning disabilities in an Algebra I resource setting, Ashley Butterick

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Commuter student and residential student mattering in an honors concentration, Jamie Marie Cattell

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Aggression, impulsivity, and symptom severity: an examination of risk factors for violent behaviors, Melissa Charfadi

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Combinatorial efficacy of antimicrobial peptides and silver ions, Christina Lynne Chrom

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The effects of Kahoot! on vocabulary acquisition and retention of students with learning disabilities and other health impairments, Kathryn Elizabeth Ciaramella

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A case study of community college faculty attitudes toward students with disabilities, Mary C. Clark

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Enhancing teacher efficacy and pedagogical practices amongst general and special education teachers, Michael E. Coleman

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Sports involvement and academic functioning in college students, Mikala Connery

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The effects of graphic organizers to identify main idea and supporting details in informational text on students with learning disabilities, Heather Coombs

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Using information sharing between high school counselors and community college personnel to improve college readiness for incoming students: an exploratory case study, Dyron J. Corley

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Living-learning communities: The impact of freshmen engineering students and influence of student workers, Felicia Crockett