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    • Why doesn't nectar robbing decrease seed set in some bee-pollinated plants? 

      Park, Jisung (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2016)
      Unlike hummingbird-pollinated plants, some bee-pollinated species do not suffer reproductive loss by nectar robbing. This observational study investigated the probability that Bombus sp forage on either Mertensia ciliata ...
    • Why I Had to Break iTrax; A Discussion of PDT, ISO and TQM 

      Beights, Andrew S. (2001)
      This project deals with a company's pursuit of quality and standardization to facilitate that company's goal of being their client's first choice. I detail my internship responsibilities at Portable Data Technologies, ...
    • Why I Live at the P.O.; A Dramatization in One-Act of a Short Story by Eudora Welty 

      Kassab, Ariette (1981)
      Several years ago, I read Eudora Welty's "Why I Live at the P.O.", a story so vivid and so full of life that it has excited my thoughts ever since. With my theatrical imagination running rampant, I have dearly wished to ...
    • Why Romans Play: An Adventure in Creating a Portable Exhibition for Children 

      Passiak, Amy (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2006)
      The following Senior Individualized Project is the culmination of a years worth of activities. It is the result of my interest in museums studies, which I hope to explore further after graduating from Kalamazoo College. ...
    • Why Should The Devil Have All The Good Music?: Jesus and Song in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Popular Culture 

      Petrovich, Leslie Kerr (2009)
      In examining the extensive, shifting constructs of music, culture, and identity, I am sure to get things wrong. To prevent as many problems as possible, I have identified three organizational devices (centripetal tools) ...
    • Why Teach?: A Case Study 

      Kansman, Kevin (1983)
    • Why the Book was Better: Adaption of Fiction in Three Media 

      Jones, Matthew (2009-05-06)
      I’ve been involved in creative writing since I was ten. Before I came to K, however, most of my work was based on my own personal exploration of the field. Much of my coursework outside of the Biology department has been ...
    • Why Voting Matters Program, 2008 

      Montgomery, Breigh (Kalamazoo College, 2008-10-13)
      A special presentation was held on September 29, 2008 in Stetson Chapel entitled "Why Voting Matters." Members of both the College Republicans and the College Democrats as well as President Wilson-Oyelaran, faculty, staff, ...
    • Why We Teach? An In-Depth Understanding of Why People Teach 

      White, Troy'e (2007)
      The author surveyed 200 teachers across the country and interviewed local teachers during a student teaching experience to answer the question “Why We Teach?” The author concludes “I will teach because it is a noble ...
    • Why We Watch : Understanding Fans Infatuation with Violence in Sports 

      Gregory, Ryan (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College., 2013)
      The purpose of this research is to explain why we, as fans, love to watch sports; specifically why we absorb the violence involved in these sports. When you look at gladiators, football players, boxers, etc. they square ...
    • Why We Watch: Understanding Fans Infatuation with Violence in Sports 

      Gregory, Ryan (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2014)
      The purpose of this research is to explain why we, as fans, love to watch sports; specifically why we absorb the violence involved in these sports. When you look at Roman gladiators, football players, boxers, etc., they ...
    • Wigbert Holle Honorary Degree Citation 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1978-06)
      Educator Wigbert Holle received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree at Commencement in 1978. This is the text of the degree citation.
    • Wilbour Eddy Saunders Honorary Degree Citation 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1961-06)
      William Eddy Saunders, former President of Colgate Rochester Divinity School, received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree at Commencement in 1961. This is the text of the degree citation.
    • Wild Game Ranching: A Study of Conservation Through Utilization in Kenya 

      Costanza, Madeleine (1986)
      In the course of the last twenty years wildlife management in Kenya has had its ups and downs. At the time of independence little recognition of the need for any action existed. Shortly thereafter, President Jomo ...
    • The Wilderness 

      Thompson, John Mark (J. Mark), 1929-; Schmeichel, Waldemar, 1938-; Spencer, John B., 1919-1987 (Kalamazoo College, 1982)
      The 1980 Homer J. Armstrong Lectures featured three members of Kalamazoo College's own religion faculty -- Dr. John B. Spencer, Dr. J. Mark Thompson, and Dr. Waldemar Schmeichel. Speaking on the theme of "The Wilderness," ...
    • Wilderness Experience and Identity 

      Weisner, Madeline A. (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College., 2013)
      This paper examines the predominant anthropological and sociological theories on behavior and identity and their connections with wilderness experiences. It attempts to define the concept of a wilderness experience in the ...
    • Wilderness Experience and Identity 

      Weisner, Madee (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2014)
      Throughout my childhood, I participated in numerous wilderness experiences. Over the summer of 2013, I worked for the first time as a trail guide at YMCA Camp Menogyn, a Wilderness Adventure camp in northern Minnesota. ...
    • Wilderness Solitude as a Rite of Passage 

      Bartz, William (2016)
      Wilderness solitude has been used as a rite of passage for adolescents to adulthood in cultures and societies around the world, but it had never been studied as a rite of passage into emerging adulthood, a new period of ...
    • Wilderness Therapy for Youth of Color : An Examination of Program Length, Cultural Relevance, and Post-Program Care 

      Bogard, Hannah (2014)
      Researchers have identified factors that make wilderness therapy an effective form of therapy for youth experiencing mental health challenges, home environment challenges, and academic and behavioral challenges. But little ...
    • Wilderness Therapy for Youth of Color: An Examination of Program Length, Cultural Relevance, and Post-Program Care 

      Bogard, Hannah (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2015)
      Researchers have identified factors that make wilderness therapy an effective form of therapy for youth experiencing mental health, home environment, and academic challenges. Little research has been done to identify ...