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FALL 5490-4j se13jun 10 - - - OKabe 3B - - - ps - - - j LEADERSHIP-8 UNDERGRADUATE Helping Collegiate-Level Millennials Explore Authentic Leadership Apr14...5485...2014-to5-ooth....2013-to6-ooth...2012-t10-ooth...2011-t19-22nd...2010-t18-22nd...2009-t12-30th...2008-t17-21st...2007-t11-23rd...2006-t15-24th...2005-t16-16th...2004-t14-23rd...2003-t27-15th... 5487-4j *e24may 10 - - - MAabe 3b - - - wd - - - j COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY Propinquity in Education: The Importance of Knowing How to Use Technology 5485-4l se24may 10 - - - IDabe 4B - - - wd - - zlj EXPERIENTIAL HEALTH Experiential Learning and Clinical Education 5480-4l *e24may 10 - - - MAabe 1B - - - ws - - zlj EXPERIENTIAL STUDENT Challenging Stereotypes Through Experiential Learning 5470-4z se08may10 - - - NJabp 1B - - - - - - - - z CENTER-2 ONLINE Social Networking and the Writing Center: Blogs and Twitter as a Community of Practice 5468-4z se08may10 - - 2 NMabe 3B - - - - - - - z CENTER-2 TUTORS Morphological Awareness Instruction 5456-4v se05apr 10 - - 5 INabe 1B - - - - - jzvl ISTEM* MATH Mathematics Teachers and Problematic Problems 5440-4v se31jan 10 - - 2 OHabe 2B - - wd - - zjlv PSYCHOLOGY-3 STUDENT Cocurricular Student Philanthropy Outcomes Mar14...5478...2014-to6-ooth....2013-to6-ooth....2012-t15-21st...2011-t16-22nd...2010-t17-16th...2009-t13-27th...2008-t17-20th...2007-t13-24th...2006-t14-16th...2005-t17-11th...2004-t18-09th...2003-t21-14th... 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