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    • Heart Failure Prevention Methods : Keeping Socioeconomically Unstable Heart Failure Patients Out of the Hospital 

      Neale, Eileen E. (2014)
      Heart failure (HF) is a national epidemic, affecting almost 5 million people in the United States, with an additional 550,000 people diagnosed each year. Currently, government organizations, like the Centers for Medicare ...
    • Heart Failure Prevention Methods: Keeping Socioeconomically Unstable Heart Failure Patients out of the Hospital 

      Neale, Eileen E. (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2015)
      This proposed study intends to compare the effect of two preventative techniques on hospital readmissions and mortality rates for HF patients, using a specific population that is socioeconomically unstable and considered ...
    • The Heart of a Child: A Study of the Social Development of Children with Congenital Heart Disorders 

      Gothard, Carrie L. (1994)
      The factors related with CHDs are numerous, thus, making their presence an important consideration in development. Beginning attachments have a hand in determining the future social development of children. Both of these ...
    • The Heart Still Beats 

      Quackenbush, Nicole (1995)
      The following work is my Senior Individualized Project, the product of four months of creative writing. I entitled this collection The Heart Still Beats because I felt that each story was, on some level, about survival--the ...
    • Heat in Activation Studies of 15-Lipoxygenase Isoenzyme-1 

      Skoures, Evan Tony (Kalamazoo College, 1994)
      Since research on lipoxygenase is still nascent, one of our research interests is to characterize the enzyme as much as possible. The X-ray structure, as already mentioned, has already been solved and will provide a ...
    • Heat in Activation Studies of 15-Lipoxygenase Isoenzyme-1 

      Skoures, Evan Tony (Kalamazoo College, 1994)
      Since the quaternary structure of soybean 15-lipoxygenase isoenzyme-l has been elucidated by X-ray crystallography, attempts were made to characterize of the enzyme further. Scanning calorimetry studies have revealed ...
    • Heaviness of Breasts: Poems 

      McCartney, Amanda A. (2001)
      My creative process is rooted in intuitive motion and guided by my truth in a particular moment; it resists over-thinking and contrived categorization. I am not concerned with writing exclusively about a particular subject ...
    • A "Heavy Metal Sponge" for Selective Removal and Recovery of Lead and other Toxic Metals from Water Sources 

      Ramirez, Yajaera (Kalamazoo College, 2018)
      The development of a "heavy metal sponge" protein for the removal and/or recovery of toxic and precious metal, especially in aqueous environments, was the focus of this experiment. Metal recovery and metal remediation are ...
    • The Hegel - Kierkegaard Correspondence 

      Kost, Robert (1978)
      The author presents a hypothetical correspondence between the two 19th century philosophers, based on actual quotations, in order to point out and explore the tension between a final systematic philosophical statement, ...
    • Hegel, Rawls, and the Communitarian Project 

      Cooper, Matthew (2008)
      My senior independent project is an engagement with the liberal-communitarian question, which is arguably the central debate in 20th-century social philosophy. My interest in this project stems largely from my analysis of ...
    • Hegemons and Power 

      Smith, Aaron (2013)
      This paper will take the form of a critical review essay to answer this question of power and hegemons. The paper will use varying sources such as, scholars ranging from political scientists, to naval historians, to ...
    • "Heinrich von Oftendingen" by Novalis: Translated from the German by Mara Abolins 

      Abolins, Mara (1965-02)
      In translating Heinrich von Ofterdingen, I have felt that my primary obligation was to Novalis' meaning and that the preservation of his style must be secondary. I have tried first to render that meaning with precision and ...
    • Helen Constance White Honorary Degree 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1957)
      Scholar Helen Constance White received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree at Honors Day in 1957. This is the text of the degree citation.
    • Helen in Egypt, a Hidden Hathor? An Intercultural Study of Ancient Female Agency 

      Jones, Brittany A. (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2017)
      This Senior Individualized Project utilizes feminist agency theory to explore intercultural connections between the Egyptian goddess Hathor and the semi-divine Greek heroine Helen of Troy. While Helen has received considerable ...
    • Helen Reeves: My Grandmother 

      Olson, Heather (1998)
      This is foremost of and about my grandmother, Helen Telford Reeves. She was a remarkable woman, and I am grateful that she was my grandmother. I could not have become who I am without her. She was first a comfort and ...
    • Helene chez Archimede; Wood Engraving [249] 

      Picasso, Pablo, 1881-1973 (Kalamazoo College, 1955)
      This is one of 21 wood engravings cut by Aubert after drawings by Picasso, printed in Helene chez Archimede by Andre Suares, Paris, Nouveau Cercle Parisien du Livre, 1955.
    • Hello: A Series of Oil Paintings 

      Lindholm, Amy (2008)
      I worked specifically in the medium of oil paint. I constructed three large pieces, all self portraits, that fell under the exhibition title of "Hello." The images represented by these three large paintings were a facial ...
    • Hello: A Series of Oil Paintings 

      Lindholm, Amy (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2008)
      I chose to paint for my senior project because I have a love for painting, especially oil painting. My inspiration for this series of paintings comes from a desire to improve the every-day through art. Rather than taking ...
    • The Helms-Burton Bill: The United States' Latest Effort to Bring Democracy to Cuba? 

      Haight, Travis G. (1996)
      On March 12th, 1996, President Clinton signed into law the Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act, better known as the Helms-Burton Act, named for the sponsors of the bill; Senator Jesse Helms (R, NC) and Representative ...
    • Helping Develop the World : Globalization and Development in Egypt 

      Ball, Anne (2001)
      In terms stated by the World Bank, globalization is the increased economic activity between persons and firms in different countries. According to the Washington Consensus it is more of a combination of privatization, ...