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    • Modified Birch Reduction for the Introductory Undergraduate Organic Laboratory 

      Bradley, Lynn M.; Abourahma, Heba; Lareau, Nichole M.; Reesbeck, Megan (American Chemical Society, 2014)
      The Birch reduction is a reaction commonly taught in the second-year undergraduate organic curriculum that involves the reduction of an aromatic compound to an alicyclic product using sodium metal and liquid ammonia. The ...
    • Modifying membrane permeability with ionic liquids 

      Vogt, Kristen C.; Heyert, Alexandra J.; Lindberg, Gerrick E.; Baker, Joseph L. (2017)
      Room temperature ionic liquids (ILs) have been proven to have a range of biological applications, from influencing protein folding and structural stability, to affecting enzyme activity, to modifying the permeability profile ...
    • Morphological evolution of an anadromous threespine stickleback population within one generation after reintroduction to Cheney Lake, Alaska 

      Wund, Matthew; Singh, Omi D.; Geiselman, Ashley; Bell, Michael A. (Evolutionary Ecology, 2016)
      Background: In 2009, anadromous threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) were stocked in Cheney Lake, Alaska, following treatment with the ichthyocide rotenone to remove invasive northern pike (Esox lucius), but ...
    • Most compact parsimonious trees 

      Kennedy, Edward; Ott, Jan-Lucas; Papamichail, Dimitris (2016)
      Phylogeny is the evolutionary history of a set of species, represented in the form of a tree. Construction of phylogenetic trees has traditionally focused on binary trees where all species appear on leaves. However, certain ...
    • Multidimensional Instrument for the Measurement of Affective Responses to Music 

      McEneaney, Meghan; Nakra, Teresa M.; BuSha, Brett (2014)
      The goal of this study was to expand upon previous studies that investigated the relationship between personality type, physiological response, and music preference. We developed a multidimensional instrument that allowed ...
    • Multilateral Evolutionary Transitions in Individuality (ETIs) 

      Ahmed, Subhana; Gurram, Lakshmi Bhavana; Grochau-Wright, Zachariah I. (2020)
      Evolutionary transitions in individuality (ETls) occur when a group of individual units become integrated such that the level natural selection acts on shifts to the group as a single entity. Egalitarian transition: Group ...
    • Mural West Library Old Wing, William Penn and Indians by Richard Blossom Farley 

      Unknown author (College of New Jersey (Ewing, N.J.), 0000)
    • MUSE 2010 Booklet 

      MUSE (Mentored Undergraduate Summer Experience) (2010)
    • MUSE 2011 Booklet 

      MUSE (Mentored Undergraduate Summer Experience) (2011)
    • MUSE 2012 Booklet 

      MUSE (Mentored Undergraduate Summer Experience) (2012)
      TCNJ’s MUSE (Mentored Undergraduate Summer Experience) created an interdisciplinary scholarly community for eight weeks over the summer. The program brought together 40 faculty members and 76 students from five schools and ...
    • MUSE 2013 Booklet 

      MUSE (Mentored Undergraduate Summer Experience) (2013)
      TCNJ’s MUSE (Mentored Undergraduate Summer Experience) created an interdisciplinary scholarly community for eight weeks over the summer. The program brought together 45 faculty members and 92 students from all seven schools ...
    • MUSE 2014 Booklet 

      MUSE (Mentored Undergraduate Summer Experience) (2014)
      TCNJ prides itself on the teacher scholar model where faculty are not only excellent instructors to our students, but also generate new knowledge or creative projects in their disciplines. TCNJ’s 2014 MUSE (Mentored ...
    • MUSE 2015 booklet 

      MUSE (Mentored Undergraduate Summer Experience) (2015)
      TCNJ prides itself on the teacher scholar model in which faculty are not only excellent instructors to our students, but also generate new knowledge or creative projects in their disciplines. TCNJ’s MUSE (Mentored Undergraduate ...
    • MUSE 2016 booklet 

      MUSE (Mentored Undergraduate Summer Experience) (2016)
      TCNJ prides itself on the teacher scholar model where faculty are not only excellent instructors to our students, but also generate new knowledge or creative projects in their disciplines. TCNJ’s 2016 MUSE (Mentored ...
    • MUSE 2017 Booklet 

      MUSE (Mentored Undergraduate Summer Experience) (2017)
      TCNJ prides itself on the teacher scholar model where faculty are not only excellent instructors to our students, but also generate new knowledge or creative projects in their disciplines. TCNJ’s 2017 MUSE (Mentored ...
    • MUSE 2018 Booklet 

      MUSE (Mentored Undergraduate Summer Experience) (2018)
    • MUSE 2019 Booklet 

      MUSE (Mentored Undergraduate Summer Experience) (2019)
    • MUSE 2021 poster session 

      Unknown author (2021)
    • MUSE 2022 poster sessions 

      Unknown author (2022-09)
    • My Favorite Apocalypse 

      Rosemurgy, Catie (Graywolf Press, 2001)