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    • Alternatives to Pesticides Workshops for County, Municipal, and School Properties 

      Yeh, Tamson; Camenares, Marie (New York State IPM Program, 2012)
      Fifteen paired 1 hour workshops, initial and follow-up, on Alternatives to Pesticides will be given at Suffolk County owned or managed facilities covering non-toxic pest management for indoor pests and for outdoor pests. ...
    • Alternumerics 

      Chan, Paul (2006-11-15)
      Alternumerics explores the intimate relationship between language and interactivity by transforming the simple computer font into an art form that explores the fissure between what we write and we what mean. By replacing ...
    • Alumni Access Task Force Final Report 

      Ochs, Mary; Solla, Leah; Taube, Marisue; Wicks, Scott (Cornell University Library, 2001-05)
      Sarah Thomas, University Librarian, created the Alumni Access Task Force and charged the group with examining potential services that Cornell University Library might provide to our alumni. The group was also asked to ...
    • Alumni Update 

      College of Human Ecology (2007-08)
    • Alumni Update: December 2006 

      College of Human Ecology (2007-07-24)
    • Alumni Update: March 2007 

      College of Human Ecology (2007-07-24)
    • Always Room At The Top: Black Students And Educational Policy In Ithaca, Ny 

      Bradwell, Sean W. Eversley (2009-05-22)
      Frequently referred to as the achievement gap, racial disparities in educational outcomes are reported in school districts across the nation. Most educational research focuses on this crisis in urban communities, and ...
    • Alyssa Wetterau 

      Carlacio, Jami; Howd, Eric Machan (Cornell University, Carlacio/Howd, 2010-07-31)
      Pre/Post video from Composing Literacies study
    • Alzheimer’S Disease Biomarker Discovery And Data Visualization Using Proteomics And Bioinformatics Approaches 

      D'Ascenzo, Mark (2013-05-26)
      Neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease possess complex pathologies that are only partially understood. As more comprehensive and sophisticated studies are implemented in an effort to ...
    • Am I Too Fat? Bulimia as an Epidemic 

      Gonzalez, Beverly; Huerta-Sanchez, Emilia; Ortiz-Nieves, Angela; Vazquez-Alvarez, Terannie; Kribs-Zaleta, Christopher; Cornell University. Biometrics Unit.; Cornell University. Dept. of Biometrics.; Cornell University. Dept. of Biological Statistics and Computational Biology. (2001-08)
    • Amanita muscaria toxicosis in a 3 month old puppy 

      Busayawatanasood, Rosie (2010-04-07)
      Case Description: A 3 month old male puppy was evaluated for acute ataxia and obtunded mentation after suspected mushroom ingestion in June of 2009. A presumptive diagnosis of Amanita muscaria toxicosis was made following ...
    • Amashyua : Trypanosomiasis in Rwandan Cattle 

      Watson, Sallie (2004-08-25)
      African animal trypanosomiasis is a disease of great importance in the cattle populations of Africa. It poses a hindrance not only to economic development of third world nations but also impacts individual farmers who ...
    • The amazing bouncing droplet 

      Terwagne, Denis; Dorbolo, Stephane; Vandewalle, Nicolas; Gilet, Tristan (2008-10-06)
      When a low viscosity oil droplet is laid on the surface of a high viscosity oil liquid, it stays at rest for a moment before coalescencing. The coalescence can be delayed and sometimes inhibited by injecting fresh air under ...
    • Amazing DPs 

      Castroviejo, Elena; Schwager, Magdalena (2009-06-30)
      From the Proceedings of SALT XVIII, 2008

      Issar, Sukriti (2005-10-28)
      This study looks at the effects of manipulating the ambiguity of health risk messages on worry and perceived susceptibility. In view of literature that indicates robust emotion-congruent effects of anxiety on the interpretation ...
    • Ambiguity In Securitization Markets 

      Anderson, Alyssa (2013-08-19)
      During the financial crisis of 2008, origination and trading in asset-backed securities markets dropped dramatically. This dissertation considers the role that ambiguity can play in such a market freeze both theoretically ...
    • Ambiguous Polymeric Surfaces For Marine Anti-Fouling Applications 

      Weinman, Craig (2009-08-19)
      Marine biofouling is defined as the undesirable accumulation of biomacromolecules, microbial slimes, plants, and animals on a surface immersed in seawater. Due to the extra surface area and roughness generated by biofouling, ...
    • Ambivalent Aspirations: Aid And The Cultural Politics Of Proximity In A Japanese Ngo In Burma/Myanmar 

      Watanabe, Chika (2013-05-26)
      Japanese aid has generally been understood to focus on developmentalist infrastructural projects, but since the 1990s, Japanese aid actors have also emphasized "soft" aid. One example of soft aid is hitozukuri ("making ...