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    • Queuing Theory and an Airline Problem 

      Park, Tae-ei; Clark, Elena; Jacob, Ruebush (Angelo State University, 2018-04-17)
      Queuing theory is a branch of mathematics that deals with waiting lines and the economic impact of varying waiting times. There are many issues associated with airlines that may be analyzed using queuing theory techniques. ...
    • Relative Timings of Structures and Mesozoic-Cenozoic Intrusions in the Sand Springs Range, Nevada 

      Czarnecki, Sean; Jarvis, Jacob; Satterfield, Joe (2016-04)
      The Sand Springs Range (SSR) in western Nevada exposes Mesozoic – Cenozoic structures of the eastern Sierra Nevada, Luning-Fencemaker Thrust Belt, Basin and Range province, and Walker Lane. Recent 1:8000-scale geologic ...
    • Reliabitliy of weaning weigth or age at weaning as a post growth predictor 

      Salisbury, Matthew; Robert, Aspen (2018-04-18)
      Seventy one Dorper lambs weaned at either 75 (n=39) or 105 (n=32) days of age (DOA) were placed on a growing diet and weighed every 7 days to determine body weight and growth rate. The objective of the project was to ...
    • Response of Great-Tailed Grackle (Quiscalus mexicanus) to indirect auditory evidence of predator presence 

      Minjares, Uriel; Skipper, Ben (2017-04-28)
      Predator detection is a key behavior promoting the survival of individuals. Animals rely on numerous direct sources of information to be aware of nearby predators.  These sources include, visual, olfactory, tactile, and ...
    • Seasonal Prevalence of Mosquitoes of San Angelo, TX 

      Stone, Quint (2018-04-28)
      Mosquitoes spread diseases to domesticated livestock, wildlife, and human populations. Mosquitoes are carriers of specified pathogens depending upon their genus and species as well as their geographic distribution and that ...
    • Soil Structure and Chemistries of Brine-Impacted Soils in West Texas 

      Foust, Michael; Dunlap, Maigan; Bond, William; Ward, James (2016-04)
      The goal of this research is to use geoinformatics, geochemistry, hydrogeology, and soil chemistry to form a multidisciplinary approach aimed at remediating brine impacted soils. The primary research location is a 14-acre ...
    • Sound Design - Brighton Beach Memoirs 

      Newman, Kyle (2018)
    • Spectroscopy and Physical Properties of RR Lyrae Variable Stars 

      Smith, Aaron (2018-04-20)
      The Large sky Area Multi-Object fiber Spectroscopic Telescope (LAMOST), Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS), and the General Catalog of Variable Stars are surveys which collect data on stars within the Milky Way Galaxy. Spectra ...
    • Stormwater Reduction on Campus 

      Halfmann, Mark; Freeman, Shelby; Gravell, Jake; Cox, Natile (2018-04-20)
      In response to the historic flooding issue on Avenue P, in San Angelo, this proposal examines the problems leading to the flooding as well as possible solutions. Since Angelo State University (ASU) contributes to approximately ...
    • "A Sun that Leaves No Shadows": Camus's Philosophy in Fiction 

      Erickson, Jodi (2018-04-18)
      Camus’s monograph The Myth of Sisyphus, novel The Stranger, and play Caligula were written and published in the same period of his life, between 1942 and 1945. Though they were published separately, Camus created these ...
    • T*Ranch Sedimentology 

      Doggett, Turner (Turner Doggett, 2018-04-19)
      3 Abstract: T*Ranch is located 15 miles north of San Angelo, TX on the edge of the Permian basin and the Edwards Plateau, in the North Concho River drainage basin. The area of study is around 10,000 acres. Rocks in the ...
    • Teach Me or Lie to Me 

      Curtis, Drew Dr.; Dickens, Chelsea (2016-02)
      Your nose does not grow when you lie, thankfully. However, there are a number of indicators of deception (Vrij, 2008). People who held more accurate beliefs about these indicators of deception were better lie detectors ...
    • Therapist Deception, Is It Ethical? 

      Curtis, Drew A.; Perez, Blake; Johnson, Jessica F.; Kelley, Leslie (Southwestern Psychological Association, 2016)
      People lie frequently in various contexts (Vrij, 2008). Even therapists lie (Curtis & Hart 2015). The current project explored students’ and therapists’ beliefs about the ethics of therapist deception within psychotherapy. ...
    • Third-Party Education of Girls in Kinder-und-Hausmärchen 

      Krause, Emily (2017-04-17)
      In this research, I am exploring the idea of third-party education in three fairy tales from the Grimm brothers’ Kinder- und- Hausmärchen. Using historical, cultural and biographical information, I will analyze the role ...
    • This is Nonsense: My Excursion Into Tractarian Mysticism. 

      Kiser, James (2016)
      It is my intention with this paper to show the way in which the mystical, inescapably bears upon the "picture of the world" (Wittgenstein 1999: 3.01). The way in which I will accomplish this is through a (spatial) revisioning ...
    • TO SEARCH OR NOT TO SEARCH: HARNESSING THE POWER OF STATE DATABASES FOR YELLOW BAT CONSERVATION RESEARCH IN TEXAS 

      Jimenez, P. Citlally; Ammerman, Loren K. (2015-04-27)
      Texas houses the largest bat diversity in the nation. Some species roost in caves, buildings, and old mines, while others roost in trees. Among these, little is known about three species of tree dwellers -- the Northern ...
    • Towards Clean Water Combining Multiple Filtration and Disinfection Techniques 

      Roy, Tony; Sanchez, Rafael; Butler, Jordan; Smith, Matthew; Justis, Michael; Davenport-Herbst, Alyssa; Anable, Daniel; Robinson, Jaime; Riddle, Deyton; Duran, Jose; Blandon, Juan (2016-04-09)
      We are working on a research project in which we are designing and building a water treatment system for an under-privileged community in Colombia. Our plan is to implement a 2-stage system in which we will filter and ...
    • The Transition of Former Student-Athletes into the Post-Athletic Life 

      Harrion, Klohe (2016)
      The research presented in this poster looks at the mental and emotional complexities of student-athletes and how they deal with life after their athletic careers are over.
    • The Traumatic Effects of Sexual Assault: A literature review of the effects of sexual assault on college students 

      Shields, Courtney (2017-04-21)
      Sexual assault ranges from any unwanted sexual experiences, physical or not, to rape. This literature review looks particularly at sexual assaults versus college-aged individuals and the traumatic effects that occur ...