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    • H-NS Counter-silencing as a Primary Regulatory Mechanism of Curli Gene Expression in Salmonella Typhimurium 

      Newman, Shannon L.
      Incorporation of horizontally acquired genes into transcriptional networks is essential for regulated expression of virulence in the bacterial pathogen Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium. The nucleoid-associated protein ...
    • Habitat connectivity and spotted owl population dynamics 

      Schumaker, Nathan H (1995)
      The ecological consequences of habitat fragmentation include the direct effects of habitat loss and the indirect effects of reduced inter-patch dispersal. I examine these consequences of habitat fragmentation through two ...
    • Hablemos de Arte: Bilingual Spanish/English Family Programs in Art Museums 

      Maldonado, Pamela
      The purpose of this research was to describe the experience of participants in bilingual Spanish/English family programs in art museums. Bilingual programs are providing access to a greater proportion of our changing society ...
    • Haggling With the Muses: Negotiating Value in 18th Century English Poetry 

      Morgan, Paige Courtney
      "Haggling With the Muses: Negotiating Value in 18th Century English Poetry" argues that English poets writing in the 1730s and 1740s were substantially engaged with the emergent economic system as a result of their ...
    • Haggling With the Muses: Negotiating Value in 18th Century English Poetry 

      Morgan, Paige Courtney
      "Haggling With the Muses: Negotiating Value in 18th Century English Poetry" argues that English poets writing in the 1730s and 1740s were substantially engaged with the emergent economic system as a result of their ...
    • Hair as a Biomarker for Manganese Exposure Among Welders 

      Reiss, Boris
      Quantifying exposure to manganese (Mn) in airborne welding fume, and the resultant dose, presents many challenges. Common biomarkers such as Mn in blood or Mn in urine have not proven to be practical even in studies where ...
    • Hair Cell Regeneration in the Crista Ampullaris of the Mammalian Vestibular System 

      Slowik, Amber
      The sensory modalities of hearing and balance are mediated by the six sensory organs of the inner ear that are each comprised of the same two main cell types, support cells and mechanosensory hair cells. Loss of the sensory ...
    • Haiti’s community-based ART distribution strategy and its role in supporting patient retention 

      Rangnekar, Mahika
      Haiti developed a community-based ART distribution strategy (by its French acronym, “DAC”) to reduce barriers to active ART participation and adherence. Patients who are stable on ART after the first six months of treatment ...
    • Hallmarks of Reversible Phase Separation in Living, Unperturbed Cell Membranes 

      Rayermann, Scott
      Controversy has long surrounded the question of whether spontaneous lateral demixing of membranes into coexisting liquid phases can organize proteins and lipids on micron scales within unperturbed, living cells. A clear ...
    • Handmade Future: A Field-based Inquiry of Innovation through Making and Craft 

      Shorey, Samantha
      This project analyzes the impact of mediated discourse on the skills, materials, and tools of innovation through a multi-method, three-part study of “making” practices— a growing method of Do-It-Yourself technology design ...
    • Handmeal 

      Thompson, Siolotuma Elizabeth
      A monograph on savory pastry, this book explores meat pies from a historical, art historical, and contemporary viewpoint. From Italy to the South Pacific, Bolivia to England, these linked essays examine the migration of ...
    • "Hanging On With Both Hands": Teacher Leaders and Small School Reform 

      Coryelle, Stephen (2010)
      Because many schools that are naturally small have experienced successful student outcomes, there has been a recent trend of converting large, comprehensive schools into smaller units, with the idea of replicating these ...
    • The Hangzhou dialect 

      Simmons, Richard VanNess (1992)
      This dissertation is a description of the dialect of Hangzhou, including phonology, grammar, and lexicon. The history and classification of the dialect are also discussed. The data upon which the description is based was ...
    • Haptic Virtual Fixtures for Robotic Surgery 

      Nia Kosari, Sina (2013-11-14)
      This dissertation presents a method to protect objects from touch by the robot during teleoperation. Using the point cloud obtained in real-time by a depth camera, a virtual fixture is placed around protected areas of the ...
    • Hardening DGA Classifiers Using Adversarial Attacks and IVAP 

      Grumer, Charles Arthur
      Domain generation algorithms (DGAs) are utilized by botmasters as a way to connect malware-infected machines with the botmaster's command-and-control center (C\&C). Such a connection allows the botmaster to send and receive ...
    • Hardening Inline DGA Classifiers Against Adversarial Attacks 

      Sivaguru, Raaghavi
      Domain Generation Algorithms (DGAs) are widely used by cybercriminals to generate domain names on-the-go for C&C (command-and-control) purposes of establishing communication with the bots and instructing them to perform ...
    • Hardware and Software for Approximate Computing 

      Sampson, Adrian
      Approximate computing is the idea that we are hindering computer systems' efficiency by demanding too much accuracy from them. While precision is crucial for some tasks, many modern applications are fundamentally approximate. ...
    • Harlem Holiday: The Cotton Club, 1925-1940 

      Womack, Malcolm (2013-07-25)
      This study looks at the Cotton Club, the most famous nightclub in American history, and its position in the histories of the American urban landscape and the white imagination. The Cotton Club is remarkably both very ...
    • Harmonic Encoding in Cochlear Implants 

      Ganter, Tyler
      Today’s standard in cochlear implant (CI) signal processing is based on incoherent tem- poral envelope and temporal fine structure (TFS) extraction. Incoherent envelopes are suffi- cient for the baseline task of speech ...
    • Harnessing cell-to-cell variations to probe bacterial structure and biophysics 

      Cass, Julie Ann
      Advances in microscopy and biotechnology have given us novel insights into cellular biology and physics. While bacteria were long considered to be relatively unstructured, the development of fluorescence microscopy techniques, ...