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    • Teaching Meetings: Providing a Forum for Learning How to Teach 

      Leadley, Sarah (Emerald Insight, 1998)
      "In 1996, librarians at the University of Washington Bothell Library gathered together their teaching librarians and the director of the Writing Center and began meeting on a regular basis to discuss issues of teaching and ...
    • Mt. Bachelor Observatory 2004 data 

      Jaffe, Daniel A. (2004)
      The Mt. Bachelor Observatory (MBO) is a high altitude atmospheric research station that is located at the Mt. Bachelor ski area in central Oregon. The observatory was started by Prof. Dan Jaffe in 2004. Since then he and ...
    • Mt. Bachelor Observatory 2005 data 

      Jaffe, Daniel A. (2005)
      The Mt. Bachelor Observatory (MBO) is a high altitude atmospheric research station that is located at the Mt. Bachelor ski area in central Oregon. The observatory was started by Prof. Dan Jaffe in 2004. Since then he and ...
    • Mt. Bachelor Observatory 2006 data 

      Jaffe, Daniel A. (2006)
      The Mt. Bachelor Observatory (MBO) is a high altitude atmospheric research station that is located at the Mt. Bachelor ski area in central Oregon. The observatory was started by Prof. Dan Jaffe in 2004. Since then he and ...
    • Mt. Bachelor Observatory 2007 data 

      Jaffe, Daniel A. (2007)
      The Mt. Bachelor Observatory (MBO) is a high altitude atmospheric research station that is located at the Mt. Bachelor ski area in central Oregon. The observatory was started by Prof. Dan Jaffe in 2004. Since then he and ...
    • Mt. Bachelor Observatory 2008 data 

      Jaffe, Daniel A. (2008)
      The Mt. Bachelor Observatory (MBO) is a high altitude atmospheric research station that is located at the Mt. Bachelor ski area in central Oregon. The observatory was started by Prof. Dan Jaffe in 2004. Since then he and ...
    • Mt. Bachelor Observatory 2009 data 

      Jaffe, Daniel A. (2009)
      The Mt. Bachelor Observatory (MBO) is a high altitude atmospheric research station that is located at the Mt. Bachelor ski area in central Oregon. The observatory was started by Prof. Dan Jaffe in 2004. Since then he and ...
    • Mt. Bachelor Observatory 2010 data 

      Jaffe, Daniel A. (2010)
      The Mt. Bachelor Observatory (MBO) is a high altitude atmospheric research station that is located at the Mt. Bachelor ski area in central Oregon. The observatory was started by Prof. Dan Jaffe in 2004. Since then he and ...
    • Mt. Bachelor Observatory 2011 data 

      Jaffe, Daniel A. (2011)
      The Mt. Bachelor Observatory (MBO) is a high altitude atmospheric research station that is located at the Mt. Bachelor ski area in central Oregon. The observatory was started by Prof. Dan Jaffe in 2004. Since then he and ...
    • Professional growth plans for clock hours: Effects of Washington state education policy on student outcomes 

      Cameron, Anne (2011)
      Since 1987 Washington State has mandated a set number of hours of continuing education from approved providers for teachers to maintain certification. In 2005, in an effort to link teacher professional development more ...
    • The role of government support for volunteerism 

      Funk, Susan (2011)
      The Taproot Foundation, a nonprofit organization based in San Francisco, operated a local Seattle office from 2007 to 2010. They closed the Seattle office in July of 2010. During their three years of operation, they ...
    • Troubled youth and the mental health care crisis 

      Hundley, Natasha (2011)
      The US government is not providing adequate mental health care to today‟s youth. Although $12 billion is being spent on behaviorally troubled adolescents, nearly seventy-five percent of adolescents who need mental health ...
    • Breaking new ground: Puget Sound agriculture 

      Brockman, Michael (2011)
      Farmers in Western Washington experience challenges when making business decisions. Among these challenges are regulations, input prices, and development pressures. With these challenges has come opportunity for the ...
    • Computers: turn them off or leave them on? 

      Munzi, Aimee (2011)
      With the advancement of technology, it is difficult to determine whether it is best to power-off computers during times of inactivity, or leave them on continuously in a low, power save mode. Questions that must be addressed ...
    • Factors in thorium fuel adoption 

      Ferguson, Scott (2011)
      The purpose of this study is to determine whether the United States government should support the research, development, and implementation of thorium‐based nuclear reactors as a primary supplier of electricity for the ...
    • Teaching Interdisciplinarity 

      Burgett, Bruce; Hillyard, Cinnamon; Krabill, Ron; Leadley, Sarah; Rosenberg, Becky (Duke University Press, 2011)
      This essay addresses the question of how to best teach interdisciplinarity through a detailed discussion of a common upper-division gateway course for multiple majors housed in an interdisciplinary studies unit. It argues ...
    • An alternative approach to emergency preparedness: a descriptive case study evaluation 

      Nogawa, Grover (2011)
      The Seattle Neighborhoods Actively Prepares (SNAP) program offers an alternative approach to emergency preparedness from more conventional programs. Program participants, staff and other associated individuals in this ...
    • Water reclamation in Washington State: an analytical review of WAC 173-219 

      Strock, Kaylene (2011)
      The purpose of this paper is to identify the implications of the proposed changes to water rights impairment analysis and the impacts on transaction costs for water reclamation facilities. Will the new impairment analysis ...
    • The fourth time is the charm: charter school legislation in Washington State 

      Wiggins, Ericka (2011)
      Washington State is amongst a handful of states without charter school legislation. Even in the absence of such legislation, the idea of charter schools is no new phenomenon in Washington. State residents voted against the ...
    • Discrepancy between role expectations and job descriptions: the impact on stress and job satisfaction 

      Barbouletos, Stephen (2011)
      This study’s purpose is to identify the difference between formal job descriptions and true job expectations (job discrepancy), assess its frequency, and identify its impact to the workplace. This study will explain the ...