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  • Esham, Kathryn (2014-05-13)
    Nuclear energy makes up a significant portion of today's energy industry, unfortunately the by-products are radioactive and need to be safely contained. Glass is currently being considered for use in such a containment ...
  • Sundlof, Brian (New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. Kazuo Inamori School of Engineering., 1999-12)
    The goal of this research was to produce ceramic alumina microstructures with controlled porosity attained through the exploitation of polymeric phase separation. In order to accomplish this goal, a fundamental understanding ...
  • Sloane, Kristin E. (2000-05)
    Pine Hill is a tract of land that is used often by Alfred University students and faculty, but its history has not been well recorded. The forest has been mentioned fondly in diaries and memoirs of students and faculty, ...
  • Sloane, Kristin E. (2000-05)
    Pine Hill is a tract of land that is used often by Alfred University students and faculty, but its history has not been well recorded. The forest has been mentioned fondly in diaries and memoirs of students and faculty, ...
  • Mahoney, Cory (2018-05)
    My work seldom begins with a clear idea in mind. To know too much about what I am going to do is to lose all purpose in doing it. The need to induce surprising results is crucial. Permutations of construction, glaze ...
  • Schnepf, Robin (2017-05-06)
    This thesis is a personal account of the relationship between art and mental health. It is a common misconception that being mentally ill is a ticket to creativity. While there is a known and studied phenomenon of mentally ...
  • Arteev, Polina (2019-05-07)
    Equal parts art and creative writing, this project is an exercise in worldbuilding that recontextualizes original character design ideas to fit into a brand new world.
  • Rennie, Ryan (2017-05)
    Much of my practice functions as a means to reflect selectively on my surroundings. This usually begins in the form of collecting, often in relationship to being an active practitioner of consumerism. I am undeniably ...
  • Mullen, Jillian (2017-05-09)
    This project examines the problem of gender socialization as it begins in childhood. My campaign, Genderation, reflects the difficulties of discussing gender. It centers on parents, the key audience, in an informal way ...
  • Piedmonte, Allison (2018-05-09)
    This project aimed to teach the Alfred community more about a topic that most shy away from: Feminism.
  • Vose, Jeremy John Cranston (2010-12)
    Family assessments that consider multiple levels of family functioning serve to provide a more comprehensive picture of family functioning, as well as highlight those areas most in need of problem remediation and intervention. ...
  • Rice-Mitchell, Ean (2012-05)
    I examined the effects of environmental variables on benthic macroinvertebrate community structure in four stream catchments in the Upper Genesee Watershed of Allegany County. I proposed that some variables would be more ...
  • Alfred University (1965-09)
    Each year, the AWS Council sponsored many educational and social events for the women on campus. In addition, a branch of the Associated Women Students, the Senior Court, functioned as a disciplinary body.
  • Alfred University (1966-09)
    Each year, the AWS Council sponsored many educational and social events for the women on campus. In addition, a branch of the Associated Women Students, the Senior Court, functioned as a disciplinary body.
  • Denne, Roselynn (2016-05-06)
    This project has been about exploring the cosmos through glass and light. I wanted to create an interactive piece that emulated the light from the sun striking the earth, following the night, dawn, day, twilight cycle. ...
  • Stohr, Darren (New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. Kazuo Inamori School of Engineering., 2004-04)
    Atomistic computer simulation techniques were used to model the surfaces of five crystal structures in the hexa-aluminate family. Calcium, strontium, and the theoretical barium hexa-alumunates with the magnetoplumbite ...
  • Wang, Bu (New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. Kazuo Inamori School of Engineering., 2012-02)
    The defect structures in two promising intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cell electrolytes, gadolinia-doped ceria (GDC) and scandia-doped zirconia (SDZ), were studied by atomistic computer simulations. In GDC, ...
  • Enders, Arica; Wang, Xingwu; Morrison, Bryce; Klossner, Jeffrey; Naar, Enderson; Abuelmaali, Rashid; Lu, Dan; Bao, Zhen; Li, Zuyi; Zhao, Dongbo; Farajifijani, Ramin; Ahmadian, Saeed; Ebrahimi, Saba; Ghotbi, Ehsan; Benham, Joshua; Gong, David; McGunnigle, Liam; Kogachi, Weston; Cerrato, Justin; Azimian, Behrouz; Stark, Adam; Piraino, Elias; O'Dell, Brian; Norwood, Jackson; Miller, Ryan; Smith, Gabriel; Sundaram, S. K.; Tidrow, Steven C.; Simmins, John J.; Saavedra, Fernando; Paul, Peter; Misture, Scott T.; Leigh, Wallace; Kirk-Davidoff, Daniel; Pennock, Kenneth; Enke, Evan; Dorn, Drew; Bedi, Harpreet; Conroy, Brian; Badesha, Santokh (Alfred University, 2018-10-12)
  • Nichols, Eric (New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. Kazuo Inamori School of Engineering., 2010-09)
    The systematic design of materials for energy production and remediation of environmental concerns, based on direct knowledge of the structural and optical absorption characteristics of layered and traditional perovskites, ...
  • Alfred University. Archives. (1871)
    This collection of documents includes Vernon Babbitt's diary detailing his life in 1871 as he attended Alfred University, as well as his obituary and a compiled overview that gives some context to the diary and his life in 1871.

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